Apple’s upcoming iPhones and Tile-like device will feature ultra-wideband (UWB) technology, according to a new research note from Ming-Chi Kuo obtained by MacRumors. The short-range radio tech uses little power and offers more precise indoor positioning than Bluetooth or Wi-Fi.
Apple is working to add major new features to its digital assistant Siri such as on-the-fly machine translation and the ability to have a back-and-forth conversation about health problems, reports The Guardian. The details were gleaned from leaked internal documents obtained by the outlet, located in a section titled ‘fall 2021’ upgrades.
This year’s high-end iPhones will reportedly have significantly upgraded video recording capabilities, “getting them closer to professional video cameras,” and be outfitted with a third sensor for capturing ultra-wide-angle photos and videos.
A trio of new iPhone smartphones coming down the pike this fall that will succeed the current iPhone XR, iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max offering will be reportedly branded as “iPhone 11”, “iPhone 11 Pro” and “iPhone 11 Pro Max,” respectively.
Bloomberg today offered some fresh new Apple Card details, like the existence of a dedicated app for signing up and managing the card with iPad support.Moreover, Apple Card management app for iPad is in the works, per authors Mark Gurman and Jennifer Surane.