iPhone production is taking a pretty big hit with the news that Apple might cut production targets for the latest iPhone 13 models by ten million units due to the current chip crunch.
New CarPlay features for deeper in-car integration that Apple is allegedly developing as we speak reportedly include, among others, controlling air conditioning and adjusting seats.
The leading music service Spotify has officially kicked off work on support for Apple's upcoming SharePlay feature in its mobile app for iPhone and iPad.
There should be an Appleevent in October to discuss new Macs and iPads, including a revamped iPad mini as well as 14 and 16-inch MacBook Pros powered by the new A1X chip.
iPhone satellite communication features are thought to be limited to emergency uses, with support for the rumored capability understood to be limited to certain markets.
Speculation is swirling around that reported production snags might cause customers to experience limited Apple Watch Series 7 availability when the wearable device launches.
Apple Watch Series 7 won't have a blood-pressure sensor, Bloomberg claims, although that doesn't mean that a future model won't include it. Also, expect launch availability issues.
Tim Cook may not sign his resignation letter until Apple launches one major new-category product, likely the company's heavily rumored head-worn gear and augmented reality glasses.
Within months, Apple should launch a redesigned version of the lone Intel-based Mac mini with the M1X chip, additional ports and other perks.
After successfully hiring Google's search and artificial intelligence chief John Giannandrea, now Apple's Senior Vice President of Machine Learning and AI Strategy, the company has failed to lure Ben Gomes, who was Giannandrea’s top search deputy at the time.
Due to COVID, Apple has informed its stay-at-home employees that it's delaying its planned return to in-person office work from October of this year to at least February of next year.
New Apple Fitness+ audio workouts may be in the works, arriving as extensions of the existing ”Time to Walk” fitness feature alongside an upcoming Apple Watch Series 7 revision.