Kuo: Apple May Release Augmented Reality Contact Lenses in 2030s

In a research note shared with MacRumors, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo today predicted that Apple will release augmented reality “contact lenses” in the 2030s. Kuo said the lenses will bring electronics from the era of “visible computing” to “invisible computing.” Mojo Vision smart contact lens Kuo said the lenses are “unlikely to have independent computing power […]

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Kuo: Apple to Launch Mixed Reality Headset in Mid 2022 and Augmented Reality Glasses by 2025

What’s on Your iPhone Home Screen? Over on our YouTube channel, MacRumors videographer Dan has a new video up where he shares his Home Screen, wallpaper, and all of his current favorite widgets. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Check out Dan’s video to see his setup, and then comment below and […]

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Apple Confirms iMac Pro Will Be Discontinued When Supplies Run Out, Recommends 27-Inch iMac

Apple on late Friday evening added a “while supplies last” notice to its iMac Pro product page worldwide, and removed all upgrade options for the computer, leaving only the standard configuration available to order for now. We’ve since confirmed with Apple that when supplies run out, the iMac Pro will no longer be available whatsoever. […]

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Top Stories: iPhone 13 Leaks, OLED iPads and Macs, New AirTags Evidence

iPhone rumors are heating up, with noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo this week releasing a wide-ranging report outlining his expectations for the iPhone lineup over the next three years. This week also saw rumors about OLED displays potentially coming to iPad and Mac starting next year, increasing signs of AirTags functionality in iOS 14.5 betas, and […]

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iMac Pro No Longer Custom Configurable, Available ‘While Supplies Last’

Apple appears to be on the verge of discontinuing the iMac Pro, with the store page for the high-end all-in-one Mac including a “While supplies last” tagline and only the base model with no custom configurations available for purchase. The ‌iMac Pro‌ launched in December 2017, and while there have been a few tweaks to […]

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Apple’s Upcoming iPhone 12 MagSafe Battery Pack: Everything We Know

Apple is working on a MagSafe-compatible battery pack for the iPhone 12, which unlike prior Smart Battery Cases for earlier iPhones, will attach to the ‌iPhone 12‌ models with magnets. The battery pack will be easy to pop on and off the iPhone, and because it will be easily removable, it won’t be as bulky […]

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All the Apps That Support Apple’s Spatial Audio Feature

Spatial audio is a sonic feature exclusive to AirPods Pro and AirPods Max that adds surround sound to Apple’s premium audio wearables. By utilizing dynamic head tracking, it brings a theater-like audio experience to the movie or video you’re watching, so that it seems as if the sound is coming from all around you. The […]

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iPhone 13 Rumor Recap: Smaller Notch, Larger Batteries, 120Hz for Pro Models, Improved 5G, Wi-Fi 6E, and More

While we are likely at least six months away from Apple unveiling the so-called iPhone 13 lineup, rumors about the devices are starting to accumulate, so we’ve put together this recap of everything that is expected so far. The upcoming iPhone 13 lineup will consist of the same four models and the same screen sizes […]

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OLED 10.9-Inch iPad Rumored for Early 2022, 12.9-Inch iPad Pro and 16-Inch MacBook Pro Could Follow

Earlier today, DigiTimes shared a preview of an upcoming report claiming that Apple is working on both iPad and Mac notebook models with OLED displays that could launch starting in 2022. The full report from DigiTimes is now available, and it includes several new alleged details about Apple’s plans. According to the report, the first […]

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Nubia Tencent RedMagic 6 Series debuts with 165Hz refresh rate

Nubia has finally and officially announced the new Red Magic 6 Series phone. The new gaming phone is ready to offer a more advanced gaming experience to hardcore mobile gamers who only want speed, efficiency, and high performance when playing their favorite games. Nubia’s sub-brand, RedMagic, has teamed up with Tencent Games to come up […]

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iPad and MacBook Models With OLED Displays Rumored to Launch in 2022

Apple plans to release new iPad and MacBook models with OLED displays in 2022, according to industry sources cited by Taiwanese supply chain publication DigiTimes. The information was shared in the site’s paywalled “Before Going to Press” section, so there are no further details yet, but the full report should be released by tomorrow. Apple […]

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Apple Launches ‘Apple for Kids’ Support Portal for Parents and Guardians

Apple today added a new “Apple for Kids” portal to its support website, offering parents and guardians a one-stop hub for getting their children set up on Apple’s devices, services, and platforms, and managing their usage. The section includes quick links at the top for managing your family group and resolving common issues, such as […]

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UK Antitrust Watchdog to Investigate Apple’s App Store Policies [Updated]

Today the United Kingdom’s Competition and Market Authority (CMA) launched an official investigation into the distribution of apps on iOS and iPadOS devices in the U.K. and the terms and conditions governing the platform. In September of last year, the authority launched an initial inquiry into developers’ complaints about Apple’s App Store and so-called “anti-competitive” […]

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Android 12 Developer Preview 1.1 available with numerous fixes

The Android team released Android 12 Developer Preview 1 last week and now it’s ready with another update. Android 12 Developer Preview 1.1 has just been posted. It’s only a minor update but it delivers numerous fixes for several issues. The release notes are ready for developers. This version can be installed on different Pixel […]

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Arizona Advances Bill That Will Let Developers Skirt Apple’s In-App Purchase Rules

The Arizona House of Representatives today passed HB2005, a state bill that would provide developers with an alternative to Google and Apple’s in-app purchase options by allowing developers to use their own payment solutions within apps. Last week, the Arizona House Committee advanced the bill, and now it has also been approved by the House […]

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