Apple just presented the long-awaited, brand new MacBook Pro, which has received a great deal of innovation. The exterior and interior have undergone considerable change in the product's most major redesign in recent years. The device's performance is also spectacular – exceeding even the prognoses.
The lockdown is finally over and as of now, select press representatives may disclose their first experiences – which in this case... are quite lacking, to say the least. Apart from the new M2 chip's performance, there's plenty of criticism for the "confusing notebook".
The first iPhone arrived on the market 15 years ago and was released in the US in June 2007. Although Apple was not the first to invent the product category, it did help to pioneer touch operated devices and was the first to recreate the category and launch a widely successful product.
Apple has enabled iPhone and iPad owners to delete various, undesired yet pre-installed apps (which wasn't originally possible until years after iOS' original release) for some time now. Cupertino will yet again expand this list for iPhone and iPad with iOS 16's release, with the list of removable apps soon to number 30.
Apple recently announced a "a historic first for sports" – in this case, Major League Soccer. In the future, Apple will be the sole broadcaster of all of the American sports league's games via an Apple TV+ add-on subscription.
According to a new report, Lightning is soon to disappear from an entire line of Apple products, with the company set to only deliver iPads with USB-C come this fall. This comes with some heavy changes to the entry model – the standard "iPad" should receive some important changes.
One of the most important new features of iPadOS 16 and macOS 13 Ventura is Stage Manager – which will also enable individual windows on the iPad. Apple's Senior VP of Software Engineering recently discussed Stage Manager at length and its limitations in an interview.
A report from a few days ago claimed that Apple is working on a comeback for the MacBook 12", but this time with the company's newest M-chip, of course. That being said, there is some doubt within the industry and a well-known market expert has now added their contrary take.
Media of an official iPhone 14 Pro Max dummy has already leaked. Now, a video of the other official iPhone 14 leaked dummies is also in circulation. The video shows the dummies from all sides and reveals the visible differences between the series.
Apple Pay is getting one feature richer – in this case concerning deferred payments. After financing offers for the Apple Card, Cupertino is now expanding its financial services – although Apple Pay Later also makes other signficant steps.
Things on the desktop market are about to get even more uncomfortable for Intel. Not only is Apple no longer a customer of the company, there are also new competitors entering the playing field. One of these is even convinced that they will be able to build a faster ARM-based chip than Apple.
According to Ming Chi-Kuo, this coming year should see the first January Apple event in over a decade – and one with a big announcement to boot. Kuo also forecasts his expected release time frame for the highly-anticipated Apple Headset.
What have thus far been considered two very common aspects of a new iPhone release will soon belong to the past. For the first time, a new iPhone won't receive the most recent chip and the device's display size won't be determined by its max specs.
The first version of the M2 chip has already been revealed, and it should be followed by at least two variants within the coming months. A report now states that these variants will differ from the M2 in more than just core-count, with the M2 Pro being the queued for release.
Apple has let the cat out of the bag, or the chip from the laboratory – depending who you ask. The M2's key data is now known and Apple has undertaken countless improvements, giving us a good impression of how the other chips (Pro, Max, & Ultra)
At yesterday's Keynote, Apple did more than just present a completely new MacBook Air, it also revealed the first big change to its M-chips' architecture. The M1 is now followed by the M2 which brings along some conceptual changes as opposed to simply more cores. The MacBook Pro 13" will also receive an M2.
Apple has hardware updates ready for all of its platforms right now, although the initial beta will only be available for developers with a full release for all users within the next few months. Throughout the rest of this report, we'll briefly summarize what's to be expected for the iPad this fall.
macOS Monterey's successor this Fall will be macOS Ventura and the 13th version of the operating system with yet another name of geographic origin. During yesterday's WWDC Keynote, Apple demonstrated which features it has been working on since the last update.
It won't take much longer until Apple launches 2022's WWDC. Several topics have already been discussed at length by the rumor mill, with some already receiving confirmation from Apple. The rest of this report will summarize what's to be expected and what we'll be left waiting on after the event.
Safari began as a small project for the Mac at a time when Apple possessed only a modest share of the market. Meanwhile, the formerly humble web browser has become a product with more than 1 billion active users.
Barely any CEO earned more money than Tim Cook last year. More than anything else, the executive's shares in Apple accounted for the majority of his earnings and this new statistic. Last year's list of the ten top earning CEOs includes mostly executives from major tech companies.