Apple received widespread appreciation and some criticism in the wake of the iPhone 13 launch. However, a fresh report suggests that the company has an ace up its sleeve for 2022 in the form of a new AR headset.
As per Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple will hold another product launch event later this fall to announce its new M1X-powered MacBooks and new iPads. It is actually typical of Apple to hold two events in the fall to launch new iPhones and iPads.
A new report has provided more details on Apple’s upcoming AR and VR headset. The Information report claims that Apple’s AR headset will need to be wirelessly tethered to an iPhone so that one can use most of its “advanced features.”
Apple Car rumors never seem to die, do they? In a new report, analysts including Morgan Stanley and Katy Huberty have discussed how the Cupertino giant will be involved in every aspect of the Apple Car.
Apple’s line of fall events is only a few months away, according to previous reports. As the event nears, more leaks about upcoming Apple products are starting to surface. According to a new leak, Apple Watch Series 7 will be available in bigger sizes than the previous generation Apple Watch models.
A DigiTimes report claims that Apple could host multiple product launch events in September to announce the new iPhones, 9th gen iPad, Apple Watch Series 7, and more.
Apple is gearing up to launch iPhone 13 series with an ‘enhanced’ 5nm chipset. While Apple leads the industry — Intel will ship 7nm chips from 2023 — the company is already prepping to announce new iPhones and Macs with 3nm chips.
Report: Apple Will Launch Mini-LED MacBook Air in Mid-2022 After Introducing M1X MacBook Pro Later This Year
According to popular Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will ship its long-rumored mini LED MacBook Air in mid-2022. In a research note obtained by MacRumors, Ming-Chi Kuo has said that Apple will turn its focus to the MacBook Air once it launches the new MacBook Pro models later this year.
Back in December, it was reported that Elon Musk tried to sell Tesla to Apple for ~$60 billion. Today, a new book titled “Power Play: Tesla, Elon Musk and the Bet of the Century” was released. A review of the book by The Los Angeles Times claims Elon Musk asked Tim Cook if he could be the CEO if the takeover went through.
In his new edition of the Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has stated that Apple will bring the Face ID to Mac within a “couple of years.”