The US Patent and Trademark Office has published 42 new patents from Apple. One of the patents pertains to over-the-ear headphones by Apple. The unique feature of this headphone is that it is capable of detecting orientation and shutting itself off when the sensors detect the user is no longer present.
Last month, Apple moved Mac Pro production to China despite the escalating trade wars. Now the company has approached Trump administration asking to exclude components for Mac Pro from import tariffs.
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Last week, Apple released iOS 13 beta 4 to the public. While the first few beta releases of iOS 13 were a bit buggy, the latest beta build seems to bring about some major improvements in terms of bug fixes and stability improvements.
It is a well-known secret that Apple is prepping a bigger 16-inch MacBook Pro. According to Economic Daily News, sources in the supply chain predict 16-inch MacBook Pro is expected to be released in October.
Key details about Apple’s upcoming iPhone 11 series have leaked online. All three iPhones will feature Apple’s new A13 chip which is rumored to be based on TSMC’s enhanced 7nm fabrication process.
The latest numbers from Consumer Intelligence show that the iPhone XR has accounted for nearly half of the total iPhone sales in the United States in Q2 2019.
The Electra team has released Chimera 1.2.5 for iOS 12 – iOS 12.2. The latest update to the jailbreaking tool fixes the stability issues that many users on iOS 12.2 had reported while jailbreaking their device.
Apple is reportedly in “advanced talks” to buy Intel’s smartphone modem business. The deal is pegged to be around $1 billion and would include Intel’s expansive patent portfolio along with the entire modem team.