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Pre-orders of the new iPhone 13 start this Friday. With four models, new colors, and more storage options to choose from, are you buying the iPhone 13? If so, which model? Head below to take our poll and read more details about iPhone 13.
One of the best surprises of the “California Streaming” event was the brand new iPad mini 6. With a redesigned look, better cameras, up to 256GB storage, Touch ID on the Top button, and 5G support, this is the best iPad mini ever created.
However, there are some things that Apple didn’t announce during the event that you may want to know before buying this new iPad mini. Check out our tidbits roundup.
Apple Pay is expanding to a second South American country. After Brazil, Chile is now receiving support for Apple’s own payment system.
After its “California Streaming” event, Apple announced it was releasing iOS 15, iPadOS 15, and watchOS 8 to the public on September 20. Now, the company has confirmed that tvOS 15 and HomePod 15 will launch alongside the other operating systems on Monday…
During the WWDC21 keynote in June, Apple almost didn’t mention tvOS 15. And if the Apple TV software was almost forgotten, what could we say about HomePod 15, which is a variation of the tvOS operating system?
Luckily, with the Release Candidate version of HomePod 15, we are able to confirm everything new coming to Apple’s smart speakers starting next week.
TIME has published its annual list of “The 100 Most Influential People,” and Apple CEO Tim Cook is featured in this year’s list. His profile was written by multibillionaire and Nike cofounder Phil Knight, who says that “character, compassion, and courage” are adjectives that apply to Apple’s CEO.
Apple TV and HomePod gain support for Italian Siri with tvOS 15
Apple promised that it will release the HomePod mini in Italy in 2021. While a launch date is still unknown, at least the RC version of tvOS 15 shows that both Apple TV and HomePod will now support Siri speaking Italian.
Are you planning to buy the iPhone 13? If your answer is yes, well, you may not want to buy it in Brazil, as once again the South American country has the most expensive iPhone 13 in the world.
After the “California Streaming” event where Apple announced the long-rumored iPhone 13, the company also took advantage of all the news to update some services. One of them is Apple Fitness+ being expanded to 15 additional regions. The other one is AppleCare+ with Theft and Loss coverage now expanding to the United Kingdom and Australia.
Apple announced today during its “California Streaming” event that all previous Apple Watch bands will be compatible with Apple Watch Series 7.
The “California Streaming” event is just around the corner, and TrendForce has shared its last-minute data about what to expect from the iPhone 13, as well as production and shipments.
Even with the tight supply of certain components, the iPhone 13 production will unlikely be drastically affected. Total iPhone production for 2021 is expected to reach 229.5 million units, a 15.6% YoY increase, with the upcoming iPhone 13 models accounting for about 37%-39% of Apple’s annual iPhone production.
Last week, in the Epic vs. Apple case, US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers decided that Apple can no longer ban developers from using “buttons, external links, or other calls to action that direct customers to purchasing methods,” but she didn’t say Apple needs to lower its commission or that it could no longer charge its fee.
Apple continues expanding California self-driving test fleet as it adds more drivers
After cutting its California self-driving test fleet to 54 in May, Apple has been expanding the number of drivers as months go by. Now, the company has over 114 drivers.