If you pre-ordered the 2nd generation AirPods right after Apple announced it on Wednesday, you might want to check our order status. Apple has started shipping the first batch of AirPods 2 orders out to customers. The orders, however, will only be delivered by Tuesday to most customers.
On Monday, March 25, Apple is going to host an event where it is expected the company will unveil two major services endeavors.
Apple brought the iPad Air back from the dead and for just for the heck of it, updated the iPad mini too. You can think of it as an elevated version of the 2017 iPad. Or as a lighter version of the 2017 iPad Pro. iPad Air has the same body, 10.5-inch screen, Apple Pencil support, and Smart Keyboard support. And at $499, it’s much cheaper than the newer iPad Pros. The iPad mini has the same exterior it did before, just with newer components.
The 2019 version of iPad Air and iPad mini are now available to order. If you’ve decided that this is the right iPad for you (and there are way too many iPads to consider now), the next thing to decide is the color. Of course, picking a color is a very subjective choice. But let us walk you through which color iPad should you buy. You have three options here – Silver, Space Gray or Gold.
A Macotakara report claims that the 2019 iPhones will feature reverse wireless charging and that Apple will finally bundle an 18W USB-C charger with them, though the phones themselves will continue to feature a Lightning connector.
Next week on Monday, Apple will be holding “It’s Show Time” event at the Steve Jobs Theather in Apple Park. This will be Apple’s first event with the focus squarely on services. This means, there are not going to be any new hardware product announcements from Apple at the event. Instead, Apple will be talking about its upcoming video streaming and Apple News Magazines subscription services.
At some point in the (near) future, Apple is going to launch iOS 12.2 into the wild. And with it, at least one new stylus will get support for one of Apple’s newer devices.
Apple is Keeping Its Package Pricing a Secret for Its Upcoming Streaming Service; Hulu Won’t be Included
On March 25, Apple is going to announce its upcoming video streaming project, which will include original content and packaged offerings as well.
April acquired Beats, and while there is some overlap, Beats still has some wiggle room to launch what some may see as competing products to the parent company.