Devices must pass through plenty of regulatory steps before they can see the light of day, and Apple has a new, unknown device submitted to the process right now.
On September 21, a pair of reports surfaced from the Financial Times and New York Times outlining that Apple has been in talks with McLaren Automotive for several months in regards to a future acquisition.
The McLaren brand name, which has been around for quite some time, is synonymous with supercars, incredibly detailed and high-specced vehicles with eye-catching designs.
Apple has managed to make the Plus variant of its iPhones, the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6s Plus, stand out with better-equipped cameras, with optical image stabilization (OIS) being the main factor in past generations.
On the day of Apple’s big September event, even more trademarks that could hint at future products have been discovered.
Wireless charging is one element that many iPhone owners hope becomes a stock feature at some point in the future.
Late last week, the repair shop, Byte, revealed that it had an alleged Apple Watch 2 display component, showing off a thinner display and a larger battery in the second-generation wearable.