According to a prominent Apple leaker, who goes by the Twitter handle "L0vetodream," Apple will not launch nor announce its sixth-generation Apple Watch in September. Rather, fans of the wearable device should expect an official Apple Watch Series 6 announcement in October.
The alleged manual for Apple's unreleased fourth-generation iPad Air has leaked, indicating that the device might integrate a Touch ID fingerprint sensor into an elongated power button.
A leaker claims that the flagship iPhone 12 Pro models — the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max — will come outfitted with six gigabytes of RAM while a pair of non-Pro models will apparently remain stuck with four gigabytes of RAM like the current iPhone 11 family.
Of the four new iPhones coming down the pike this all, the high-end iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max models should be equipped with displays featuring Apple's ProMotion screen-refresh technology that made its debut in the iPad Pro tablets back in 2017.
Apple's upcoming Tile-like AirTags tracking accessory designed to be attached to easily misplaced items such as keys and wallets will apparently use a plethora of sounds to signal its various states to the user, including subtly indicating when an AirTag is nearby.
Prolific and increasingly reliable leaker Jon Prosser today tweeted out an image suggesting Apple may have solved overheating and interference issues plaguing its multi-device AirPower wireless charger which has been hyped since the summer of 2017 but has yet to materialize.
iOS leaker @blue_kanikama yesterday shared some additional details regarding AirTags, which is Apple’s rumored and unannounced Bluetooth accessory that can be attached to items like keys for tracking purposes.
Based on recently discovered CAD designs, a leaker claims only the flagship iPhone 12 model, the rumored 6..7-inch iPhone 12 Pro Max, will come equipped with LiDAR.
Apple is working on a set of premium over-ear headphones for release sometime in 2020, with increasingly reliable leaker John Prosser now claiming that the upcoming audio accessory will be priced at $349 and use AirPods rather than Beats branding.
The next iPhone should double the storage, with the baseline model expected to start at 128 gigabytes rather than 64 gigabytes like the current iPhone 11 family. On top of that, the baseline iPhone 12 should be cheaper at launch by $50 versus its iPhone 11 counterpart.
According to Max Winebach and EverythingApplePro, the flagship version of the next iPhone will be equipped with a ProMotion screen, a 3x telephoto zoom lens out the back, a massive battery rated at more than 4,400mAh, improved Face ID and other perks.
We could be in for another Apple production introduction soon, and this time around the Cupertino company is predicted to release an updated Apple TV model featuring the company's fast A12X Bionic processor that debuted in the 2018 iPad Pro.