It wasn't too long ago that, every other year, we'd get an "S" variant for Apple's iPhone. It was a very, very obvious way to tell the world that this was an "iterative" update. Not that that's a bad thing, mind you. Not by any means. But, now, at a glance, it would appear that Apple's moved away from that plan of attack.
Apple continues to evolve in regards to how it handles the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, especially as it relates to in-office work. The company has made it clear that, while it will endeavor to consider a hybrid work situation for many of its employees, it prefers being back in the office. So, one day.
When unveiling the iPhone 13 lineup, executives who appeared in Apple's pre-taped presentation broadcast on September 14 spent air time highlighting headline new features like Cinematic Mode, the improved rear cameras and a 120HZ display. In this video, we're going to tell you about a few hidden features of iPhone 13 that Apple didn't talk about.
Now that the iPhon 13 lineup is officially official, the rumor mill can switch gears and really focus in on what's coming next. Like the iPhone 14, for instance. And sure enough, we've got a new report that aims to shed some light on what Apple may bring to the displays of its future handsets.
Today, the iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max went up for pre-order. While Apple's shipping windows have slipped back to October for the majority of variants, third-party retailers might still be able to get your new phone to you on launch day. Which is September 24. And if you needed some extra time to make a decision on the matter, Apple's here to help try and convince you to upgrade.
Apple has eliminated the outer plastic wrap from iPhone 13 boxes as part of a broader packaging redesign, which the company hopes will help it avoid 600 metric tons of plastic.
While Apple champions all sorts of things, including individual privacy, user security, being a positive element for the environment, and no software backdoors which could give government agencies too much access. The reality is, if it wants to work in certain markets, then it must abide by local laws, regulations, and even demands. Which can lead to some noteworthy changes.
Apple's California Streaming event wrapped up pretty quickly, all things considered. The company unveiled a handful of new products, including the iPhone 13 lineup. But arguably the star of the show was the brand new, oft-rumored, all-new redesigned iPad mini.
If you're in the market for a new Apple Watch, and you've got your sights set on the less expensive SE variant, then you're in some luck. At least, as far as the charging cable inside the box is concerned. Nothing is different about the watch itself, but there is an important change to how you'll charge the smartwatch.
Support for ProRes on the iPhone 13 Pro and Max models won't be available at the September 17 launch of the handsets. Instead, ProRes video support will be arriving at a later date.
One of the best parts of the brand new, redesigned iPad mini is the fact it features an A15 Bionic processor. That's the newest chip from Apple, and it's also what's present in the iPhone 13 lineup, too. However, if you were thinking the speeds would be the same across devices, it turns out that isn't the case.
Way back in February of this year, Microsoft announced that its newest version of its ridiculously popular suite of productivity apps, Office, would launch sometime later in the year. And now, all these months later, and just a few weeks out from the newest version of Windows arriving, we now know when we'll get to install the new Office. And it just so happens to coincide with the launch of the new version of the company's desktop OS.