Apple Reportedly Testing E Ink Cover Display for Foldables

According to a claim by reputed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is currently in the process of testing an E Ink cover display for its foldable device. Kuo’s claim comes on the heels of the previous week’s rumor that suggested that the Cupertino tech giant is testing folding panels meant for its future iPhone and iPad devices. which can be expected to arrive in 2025.

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Apple May Launch iPhone 14, AirPods Pro 2, Three New Watches on 13th September

Cupertino tech giant Apple has been planning on releasing the iPhone 14 series later this year. Apple’s latest lineup of flagship smartphones will likely be the highlight of the event on the 13th of September. According to reports, there will also be several new products launched on the day along with the new iPhone 14 series.

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Apple May Ditch Lightning Port on All Devices Soon

Introduced almost a decade ago, the Lightning port is one of the outdated features that Cupertino company Apple is yet to replace. Moreover, it is a proprietary solution lacking universal compatibility with gadgets outside the tech giant’s ecosystem. There have been rumors recently suggesting that Apple may already be testing iPhones with USB Type-C ports. However, according to a new report, the Cupertino company might also be ditching Lightning port on other products, including products like MagSafe Battery Packs, AirPods, and Magic accessories. This shift towards making all Apple products compatible with the universal standard of USB Type-C might end up happening in the tech giant’s foreseeable future.

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Apple May Introduce New Instacart-Style Service, Payment Plans

According to a report, tech giant Apple’s services changes may include updates to Apple Fitness+ and Apple Pay. The Cupertino company is also reportedly examining a potential grocery ordering service focusing on nutrition. Apple is known for introducing new offerings to its collection of services frequently and expanding the features of currently existing products.

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Apple Might Lock Reckless Drivers out of Cars

Tech giant Apple is responsible for the Car Keys feature, which uses NFC to turn a user’s devices like an iPhone or an Apple Watch into a digital car key. Now, according to a new patent first uncovered by Patently Apple, the Cupertino company may be planning on enhancing its Car Keys feature with the introduction of a breathalyzer feature built into iPhones. This feature is designed to deter drinking and driving among users. It can lock a user out of their vehicle if the device, such as their phones, smartwatches, or other connected accessories, detects high levels of blood alcohol.

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Apple Reportedly Launching AirPods Pro 2, New AirPods Max Colors in Fall

According to a new report, Cupertino tech giant Apple may be introducing the much anticipated AirPods Pro refresh this fall. The report also mentions that the fall launch will be accompanied by a collection of new colors for the AirPods Max. As of now, it is expected that the tech giant will introduce an updated version of the AirPods Pro during the latter half of this year. Another report suggests that in addition to the AirPods Pro refresh and the introduction of new colors to AirPods Max, Apple may also refresh its premium over-ear headphones as well.

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Unexpected Design Changes Causes Apple to Cut BOE iPhone 13 Orders

According to reports, after exploring the display had made design changes to its OLED panels tech giant Apple has cut out orders placed with Chinese display manufacturer BOE from the iPhone 13 supply chain. Apple’s ability to produce iPhone 13 devices will not be affected by this decision, as the Cupertino company also works with several other screen producers, such as Samsung and LG.

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Apple to Compensate iPhone 4S Users by $20 Million

iPhone 4S model in black. image source: Apple.

Cupertino tech giant Apple has been ordered to compensate iPhone 4S users. The compensation order comes as a result of a seven-year-old lawsuit claiming Apple slowed down these devices after they were updated to iOS 9 in 2015. The users claimed that the tech giant had falsely marketed the iOS 9 update as a version with enhanced performance on the supported devices like the iPhone 4S. The tech giant has finally decided to settle the lawsuit. The Cupertino company has agreed to pay $15 to iPhone 4S users who upgraded to iOS 9 back then and consequently faced poor performance issues with their devices.

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Sleep Timer Introduced in Apple Music 3.10 Beta for Android

Cupertino tech giant Apple has introduced a sleep timer to the Android beta of its streaming platform. The Apple Music 3.10 beta on Android now flaunts the new feature of a sleep timer. Oddly enough, the very same feature is currently missing in Apple’s own operating system, as there is no equivalent feature for the iOS beta of Apple Music.

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