According to a sketchy new rumor, an iPad Pro featuring a horizontal camera layout along with a landscape Apple logo on the rear could be in the works.
Tomorrow, the iPhone 13 lineup goes on sale. And for those who pre-ordered in time, will start being delivered to doorsteps, too. But according to a new report, for the folks with an iPhone 13 Pro who plan on using their MagSafe Duo wireless charger, there may be an issue.
The iPhone 13 lineup is about to launch to the public, which means that retail store employees at Apple's physical shops are going to be very busy (which is not necessarily a new occurrence by any means). But, in addition to that, the holiday shopping season is also right around the corner. As a result, Apple's decided to shell out some more money.
The iPhone 14 may adopt a radical new design (compared to the iPhone 13), but that doesn't mean Apple is going to rest on big new things for what comes after that handset. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is still planning on introducing an iPhone with under-display Touch ID. And, what's more, the company's first foldable iPhone is still on the way, too.
As is par for the course, now that the newest iPhone is officially official, it's all about what's coming next. The cycle never dies! And today, legendary analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is hoping to keep the ball rolling at least for a bit longer. And this time, it's all about the display and camera in a future Apple-branded smartphone.
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.
Earlier this week, Apple unveiled the brand new Apple Watch Series 7. There was a lot of speculation surrounding this new smartwatch, and the final result didn't necessarily match up with the expectations built by rumors. Still, the new Apple Watch does offer some important changes from the previous model.
Apple was predicted to unveil the third-generation AirPods during its iPhone 13 reveal, but that hasn't happened. Industry sources claim the earbuds have now entered mass production, but does it mean that AirPods 3 could be launching in the next few weeks?
Hot on the heels of finding out just how much RAM the new iPhone 13 lineup has, we now know how much is tucked inside the newest iPad models, too. Of course, this isn't official, as Apple isn't going out of its way --as usual-- to tell anyone just how much RAM is in these products. But, considering the source, it's all but confirmed.
When any new Android handset is revealed, it usually comes along with news about the amount of RAM tucked inside. Most manufacturers don't keep that information a secret, and usually it's a point of pride. However, that is most certainly not the case for Apple, as the company never typically talks about RAM at all.
There's a possibility that today's California Streaming event is, well, very streamlined. We know we'll see the iPhone 13 lineup debut later today, and the Apple Watch Series 7 is a safe bet as well. What's up in the air, though, is whether or not we'll see any new iPad models showcased today, or if we'll see the third-generation AirPods for that matter.
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.