Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claims that new iPad Pro, Mac, and Apple TV models are under development at Apple and will be released this October. Gurman, though, is still skeptical that Apple will have an event this month.
According to Gurman’s latest Power On newsletter, “the big iPhone 14 unveiling last month was probably it for Apple in 2022 in terms of major presentations,” with any future iPad, Mac, or Apple TV product launches likely being announced via press releases, media briefings, and updates to Apple’s online store.
There are “very likely to debut” new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro, 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, and Mac mini models using M2 series chips by the end of 2022, according to a report from Gurman last week. A new Apple TV with a faster A14 processor and 4GB of RAM, he added, is “coming closer and might potentially arrive this year.”
Apple could add a significant new feature to the original AirPods Pro
While Gurman claims Apple has experimented with under-screen Touch ID in previous years, he does not anticipate the feature’s comeback in the iPhone 15 or any other high-end models very soon. Despite his speculation, Gurman has “heard nothing about that actually being in the pipeline,” meaning that Apple has no plans to release an iPhone SE with a Touch ID power button on the side.
Gurman’s newsletter also reveals that Apple tested sleep monitoring functionality for the HomePod (it is not clear which model was tested), but he does not anticipate this feature being released to the public anytime soon.
When it comes to cameras, which iPhone is better: the iPhone 14 Pro Max or the iPhone 13 Pro Max?
The new Photonic Engine and 48-megapixel lens in the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max are significant upgrades to the already impressive camera technology of previous iPhone models. Since last Sunday, we’ve been hard at work on a comprehensive comparison of the new iPhone 14 Pro Max and the iPhone 13 Pro Max to determine the full extent of the improvements made by the newer model. Subscribe…
Apple’s VP of Procurement resigns after making a sexist remark about TikTok
This article was originally published at 12:38 PM PDT on September 29, 2022. written by Juli Clover
According to Bloomberg, Apple’s vice president of purchasing, Tony Blevins, is leaving the business due to a recent TikTok video in which he made a snide remark about his job. Daniel Mac, the man behind the popular video-sharing app TikTok, published a series of videos featuring Blevins and other people who he saw had fancy automobiles but no apparent work. Mac Blevins asked Blevins what he was doing after seeing him driving a pricey Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren.
Before Apple’s impending shutdown, the dark sky app was pulled from the iOS app store.
Time: 4:27 PM PDT on September 28, 2022, Clover, Juli
Dark Sky, a weather software owned by Apple, has apparently been pulled from the US App Store before its scheduled removal. In March of 2020, Apple acquired Dark Sky and began integrating some of the app’s features into the iOS weather app (and soon iPad). Dark Sky continued to be sold independently as a weather app…
The original AirPods Pro now has adaptive transparency thanks to iOS 16.1’s beta.
Last week, Apple announced the third beta of iOS 16.1. It adds support for the original AirPods Pro to the Adaptive Transparency feature that debuted with the second generation of AirPods Pro. According to a post on Reddit, users with the first generation of AirPods Pro and the AirPods beta software will notice a new “Adaptive Transparency” option in the AirPods section of the Settings app. Beta 5A304A…
In the not-too-distant future, you’ll look back and wonder how you ever got along without augmented reality, says Apple CEO Tim Cook.
9:26 AM, PDT, Thursday, September 29, 2022, authored by Sami Fathi
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently gave a speech at the Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II in Naples, Italy, where he emphasized the “profound” impact augmented reality will have on the future. Cook received an Honors Degree in Innovation and International Management from his alma mater and also gave an interview there.
Google Pixel 7 Facial Unlock and eSIM Information by Play Console Spilled
The new lock screen depth effect in iOS 16: 5 wallpaper apps to try
This page was last updated at 9:08 AM PDT on September 29, 2022. , Author: Sami Fathi
One of the most noticeable changes to the iPhone lock screen in iOS 16 is the addition of a new fingerprint sensor. The new iPhone lock screen lets you personalize your device in countless ways, from altering the color scheme to installing new widgets and backgrounds. In fact, you could use custom wallpaper on your lock screen even before iOS 16. The lock screen wallpaper on iOS 16 is…
Apple’s response to a video showing its collision detection capability being tested with old, rusty cars
For her recent article in the Wall Street Journal, Joanna Stern went to Michigan to put Apple’s new accident detection feature on the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Ultra to the test. Apple then elaborated on the functionality of the addition. Stern enlisted Michael Barabe to drive a demolition derby car made of heavy-duty steel into two unoccupied automobiles in a junkyard: 2003…
iOS 14 has been hiding a popular Mac function.
A long-lasting Mac feature is available on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, although it is disabled by default. This is a new accessibility option that makes it so the iPhone can play a startup chime like the Mac. When activated, a unique shutdown tone will play in conjunction with the sound. As far back as the Macintosh II in 1987, there has been a startup chime, and the distinctive “bong” has become…
- Ten Companies Likely Hit by State-Sponsored Hackers Aiming to Use M.S. Exchange Zero-Day Flaws
- Google Stadia will end in 2023 and refund all purchases