Apple could move to USB-C for AirPods and other accessories

Over the last week, Ming-Chi Kuo and Bloomberg together reported that Apple will likely swap the iPhone from Lightning to USB-C charging as early as possible next year. However, it may also be logical to go over to USB-C at the same time that Apple gradually phases out Lightning ports for other existing products as well. Continue reading “Apple could move to USB-C for AirPods and other accessories”

Apple WWDC 2022 will feature a limited number of attendees in person

Apple already announced that its annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference will be streamed live online from June 6 to June 10, 2022. We now know there will be some limited in-person participation. However, Apple Park at 1 Infinite Loop in Cupertino will only let in a small number of developers. Continue reading “Apple WWDC 2022 will feature a limited number of attendees in person”

Apple is testing iPhones with USB-C port: Bloomberg

According to a new Bloomberg report by Mark Gurman, Apple is trialing iPhones that replace the Lightning port with USB-C. The change would be significant, though it is not entirely unexpected. Apple has already switched the iPad Pro, iPad Air, as well as the iPad Mini to USB-C. In addition, the EU made clear a proposal in September that would necessitate many devices, which include smartphones, to include USB-C ports. Continue reading “Apple is testing iPhones with USB-C port: Bloomberg”

Apple reports all-time high March quarter revenue

Apple today announced its fiscal second quarter results for 2022, which cover the calendar first quarter as well as the months of January, February, and March. The firm announced revenue of $97.3 billion for the quarter, up 9% year over year. The corporation earned $25 billion in profit and $1.52 per share in profit. In the first quarter of fiscal year 2022, Apple has already recorded quarterly revenue. Continue reading “Apple reports all-time high March quarter revenue”

Apple launches free service program for Watch Series 6 with blank screen issue

For the Apple Watch Series 6 blank screen issue, customers will receive a free repair service from the firm this week, said Apple. Some users have expressed their dissatisfaction with their Watch Series 6 smartwatch, and Apple has responded by providing a free repair service. Continue reading “Apple launches free service program for Watch Series 6 with blank screen issue”

Apple incorporates recycled materials into more of its products

Apple said on Tuesday that it has increased its efforts to incorporate recycled materials into its products, including increased attempts to reuse gold, tungsten, cobalt, and other elements. Apple said that approximately 20% of all materials used in its products were reused last year, the best percentage ever. Continue reading “Apple incorporates recycled materials into more of its products”

Apple said to be testing M2 chips for MacBook Pro, Air, Mac Pro and mini

Apple is said to be developing a new generation of Mac computers that will make use of the company’s new in-house processor. According to new reports from Bloomberg, Apple has started testing at least nine Mac models with four different M2 chips, indicating that the company is planning to launch them. Continue reading “Apple said to be testing M2 chips for MacBook Pro, Air, Mac Pro and mini”

Apple iMovie 3.0 brings Storyboards and Magic Movie

Apple has pushed an update to its free movie editing software, iMovie, which comprises two new features, Storyboards and Magic Movie, that are intended to streamline and simplify video creation. Continue reading “Apple iMovie 3.0 brings Storyboards and Magic Movie”

Apple might be working on a 35W dual USB-C fast charger

Apple may introduce a new USB-C wall adapter with relatively high power output, according to a recent report from 9to5Mac. According to a support document, Apple is working on a “new 35W Dual USB-C Port Power Adapter.” While it’s possible that the device has been abandoned entirely, Apple could yet release the power adapter in the future. It was also reported that Apple withdrew the support document immediately after it was published, hinting that it was uploaded inadvertently. Continue reading “Apple might be working on a 35W dual USB-C fast charger”

Apple could unveil two Macs including new MacBook Air at WWDC 2022

Apple Inc. has set June 6,2022 for its next big developer event. At its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple will unveil the next major software updates for its major devices. Continue reading “Apple could unveil two Macs including new MacBook Air at WWDC 2022”

Apple MacBook Air 15-inch expected to launch in 2023: Here’s all you need to know

According to display analysts, Apple is working on a new 15-inch MacBook Air that could be released as early as next year, as well as a refresh of the 13-inch MacBook Air and a new 12-inch iPad model. Continue reading “Apple MacBook Air 15-inch expected to launch in 2023: Here’s all you need to know”

RAEGR MagFix Arc wireless chargers 1450A, 1450B, and 1450C for iPhone 12 and 13 series launched

RAEGR, a consumer tech accessory brand,  has released a new line of MagFix Arc wireless chargers that can be used in your car to safely charge your iPhone while commuting. MagFix Arc 1450A, 1450B, and 1450C are four new 15W magnetic Magsafe compliant wireless chargers that were introduced.  Continue reading “RAEGR MagFix Arc wireless chargers 1450A, 1450B, and 1450C for iPhone 12 and 13 series launched”

Traditional PC shipments continues to grow; Lenovo leads with 23.4% share in Q4 2021: IDC

According to the latest report from IDC, worldwide shipments of traditional PCs (desktops, notebooks, and workstations) reached 92.7 million units during Q4, 2021, marking 1.0% growth over the same quarter in 2020. Continue reading “Traditional PC shipments continues to grow; Lenovo leads with 23.4% share in Q4 2021: IDC”

Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly signed $275 billion deal with china in 2016: Here’s why

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Apple CEO Tim Cook signed a secret agreement worth over $275B with Chinese officials, promising Apple would do its part to develop China’s economy and technological prowess. Continue reading “Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly signed $275 billion deal with china in 2016: Here’s why”