Apple yesterday released the first developer beta of the upcoming iOS 14.3 software update for the iPhone and iPad. The software apparently includes an icon that may reveal a possible design for the AirPods Studio, the company's rumored premium over-ear headphones.
It appears that Apple’s upcoming third-generation AirPods will feature a design that’s very similar to the current AirPods Pro model but without one premium feature.
Apple introduced its third-generation iPad Air with skinnier bezels, the A14 Bionic chip and other perks on September 15, but the new tablet still doesn't have a release date. According to a well-respected leaker, that could change at today's Apple event as both the new tablet and the iPhone 12 models are expected to debut later this week.
Prominent smartphone leaker Evan Blass, who runs Twitter channel @evleaks, has now revealed the first look at all five colorways for the upcoming iPhone 12 ahead of today's event.
Ahead of the Apple event scheduled at 10am PT today, prominent leaker Evan Blass has shared press images of what he claims is Apple's upcoming $99 HomePod mini.
Apple fans should not expect unveilings of the company's rumored over-ear headphones and an alleged item-tracking accessory, dubbed AirTag, at its online product event next Tuesday.
Apple may unveil wireless chargers and magnetic cases for the iPhone 12 at its online product presentation Tuesday, with both accessories expected to use Apple's MagSafe branding.
The Chinese Weibo account "Kang," which has accurately predicted the iPhone SE price, the watchOS hand-washing feature and the iPad Air 3 specs, shared this morning several details regarding Apple's smaller, more affordable HomePod model that's rumored to be on the docket.
Aside from the new iPhone 12 family, Apple's upcoming October 13 “Hi, Speed” event will serve as a launchpad for a smaller, more affordable HomePod speaker model, according to a serial leaker who also cautioned against a second-generation update to the current model.
According to a serial leaker, Apple's Pro-branded iPhone 12 models will start at 128 gigabytes of baseline storage while their non-Pro counterparts, including so-called "iPhone 12 mini," are apparently going to start at 64 rather than at 128 gigabytes of storage (as previously rumored).
The entire source code for Windows XP, Microsoft's previous most popular desktop operating system, has apparently leaked online recently. As if that wasn't enough, Microsoft's source code for Windows Server 2003 is also included in the leaked torrent files.
The new iPhones coming down the pike later this year will be available in three display sizes, with the most compact 5.4-inch model likely marketed as "iPhone 12 mini" (yes, with the lowercase "m"). For those keeping track of the iPhone 12 rumors, the moniker was first floated a few days ago by anonymous Twitter leaker “L0vetodream”.