Amazing details of iPhone 14, powerful iMac Pro Lex, iPhone 13 issues
Taking a look at another week of Cupertino news and headlines, this week’s Apple Loop features a stunning iPhone 14 leak, still expensive iPhone 13, iPad and iPhone shortages, iMac Pro leaks, Apple Has sued NSO and Pegasus, and Microsoft teams. macOS dream.
Apple Loop is here to remind you of some of the many discussions that have taken place around Apple over the last seven days (and you can read my weekly Android News Digest here on Forbes).
Everyone wants a connection.
Not satisfied with the possible return of Touch ID in the iPhone 14, Apple looks set to bring a long-requested feature to the next iOS-powered smartphone. To provide faster transfer speeds, meet global legislation requirements, and reduce electronic waste, the next iPhone Pro and iPhone Pro Max can replace the power port:
Mysterious tipster LeaksApplePro has revealed that Apple is currently considering adding a USB-C port to the next iPhone. After its steadfast refusal to move beyond Lightning, this U-turn will come as a shock to the entire technology world. “
The iPhone 13 is not getting any cheaper.
If you’ve recently bought an iPhone 13, the good news is that if you sell it on the iPhone 13, the release cycle will be relatively more valuable at this point than older iPhones. Good news for first time owners, but that means if you’re hoping for a second hand deal, there aren’t many discounts available right now.
“SellCell’s research, based on data from 45 buyback sellers, shows that the iPhone 13 retains a better price than any other iPhone in the first two months after launch. Overall, the iPhone 13’s On average, the iPhone 11 lineup lost 44.6% of its value, and the iPhone 12 lineup lost 41% of its value in the same period after launch.
How many iPhones will miss Christmas?
If you are looking for a gift for Apple products this holiday season, it may be too late. Conditions including the lack of a silicone chip are affecting the supply of iPad and iPhone hardware. There is less waiting for iPhones – Apple may be prioritizing smartphones over other devices – but the wait is still longer than expected in previous years.
Customers in the Philippines who order one of the most popular iPad models (256GB and Space Gray with Wi-Fi) on Apple’s website on Monday will have to wait until January 14 for delivery – an eight-week wait. Consumers in Hong Kong, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Thailand and Malaysia will also receive their devices after Christmas, according to Apple’s website.
iMac Pro Specs Leak
With the recent launch of the MacBook Pro, operating the M1 system on the chip up to M1 Pro and M1 Max, the way is clear to grow on iMac Pro and Mac Pro. And Apple has a clever plan to jump on the Intel option. By doubling the M1 Max in deskbound computers, Apple could surpass the CPU performance of the current iMac, the equivalent Core i7 and i9 chips, and the RX 5700 GPU. “
According to a report, Apple is all set to launch the next-generation 27-inch iMac Pro M1 with Max Duo, a SoC with 20 CPU and 64 GPU cores with up to 128 GB of RAM. It will get it. The two M1 Max combine and die on one chip. “
Apple, Android, NSO Group, and Pegasus
Apple has filed a lawsuit against the NSO group in US federal court. NSO Pegasus is a company behind spyware that has been used by many government organizations for legal intervention. According to Apple’s filing, “The NSO Group and its clients have devoted vast resources and capabilities to nation-states to carry out highly targeted cyber attacks, allowing them to store microphones, cameras and other sensitive data on Apple and Android devices.” Can access. “
Nicole Perlroth took a closer look at the issue in the New York Times.
“For the first time, Apple is trying to hold NSO accountable for what it says is a monitoring and targeting of Apple users. Wants a move that could hurt the company. Pegasus spyware product is useless, given that its primary function is to give government clients full access to the target iPhone or Android smartphone. “
(New York Times)
And finally …
Microsoft has placed teams at the center of its mobile workforce, from office workers to hybrid workers and from home. It’s cross-platform through its web app, but MacOS users are requesting a universal app on Microsoft’s feedback portal that will run locally on Apple Silicon-based Macs.
“Microsoft teams use a lot of power and perform poorly on Apple Silicon macs. A universal app is essential for users with Macs based on M1, m1 pro or m1 max (and beyond). Use of the web app There is no solution. Please improve. This is for Apple Silicon to improve the situation. In the last one or two years, teams have become necessary. Waiting for a universal app. Open Mac.
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