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This is the new iPhone 15: thinner bezels, brighter display, and more

Apple on Tuesday announced the new iPhone 15, its latest entry into the smartphone market. The handset features a number of improvements over its predecessor, including thinner bezels, a 2x brighter display, a Dynamic Island, A16 Bionic chip, 48MP camera, 2nd gen Ultra Wide band chip, and much more. Keep reading for a full breakdown of everything you need to know about the iPhone 15.

iOS 17 announced: new Journal app and StandBy mode, big updates to Messages, FaceTime, Phone, AirDrop, and more

Collage of new iPhone features in iOS 17

Apple's 2023 WWDC keynote is well underway, and the company just made one of its biggest announcements yet: iOS 17. As expected, the mobile OS isn't getting a complete makeover, but the update does bring about a few new apps and features, and a number of major improvements to stock apps like Phone and Messages, features like AirDrop and AutoCorrect, and much more.

macOS Sonoma: desktop widgets, major Safari updates, all-new Game Mode, and more

Continuing our coverage of the 2023 WWDC keynote, Apple today announced the next generation of its Mac operating system, which it's calling macOS Sonoma. Similar to iOS 17, it's a modest update over the previous major release, but there are plenty of new features and improvements to be excited about such as desktop widgets, an all-new Game Mode, Safari profiles, and more.

The new 15-inch MacBook Air features an M2 chip, 18 hours of battery life, and starts at $1,299

Kicking off its 2023 WWDC keynote today, Apple announced the all-new 15-inch MacBook Air. It features a 15.3-inch Liquid Retina display, an M2 processor, and up to 18 hours of battery life. It's largely the same package you get with the 13-inch Air, with a larger screen, but Apple claims it's the world's thinnest 15-inch laptop. It starts at $1,299, and is available to order today.

Apple “Take Note” iPad announcement wallpapers for iPhone

Apple surprised us with a non-event for October 2022. Historically, Apple hosts an event in October that usually covers the iPad line up and sometimes new Mac hardware. However, this year, rumors correctly determined no October event would take place. Instead a myriad of press releases came from Apple's Newsroom and a single, fun tweet from Tim Cook encouraged fans to #TakeNote. This wallpaper pack is designed around the "Take Note" iPad announcement.