A new rumor suggests that macOS 10.15 could bring Siri Shortcuts, Screen Time, improvements to Siri, iMessage effects, and more.
A rumor suggests that Apple is creating a new app—codenamed GreenTorch—that will combine Find My Friends and Find My iPhone.
A fresh batch of iOS 13 rumors has dropped this morning, which include dark mode, better multitasking, Mail upgrades, and a lot more.
Apple was recently awarded a patent that suggests future Apple Watch models could get flexible screens.
The Apple video launch is rumored to launch in April or early May. It sounds like Netflix, Hulu, and HBO won’t be part of it.
Rumors suggest that Apple plans to launch a gaming subscription service described as a “Netflix for games.”
AirPods 2 are rumored to launch in the first half of 2019, and could be redesigned to have health monitoring features.
A Redditor claiming to work at an Apple Store in Brussels says that Belgium Apple Pay should launch in the next few weeks.
There’s a recent iPad Pro leak that involves such things as Face ID, an edge-to-edge display, and a USB-C port.
Apple creating its own chips could help it protect its intellectual property, as well as keep it tightly integrated with the rest of the system.
If we take the Eurasian patent database at face value, we might see three iPhones and two iPads.
BGR‘s editor-in-chief claims that Apple will acquire AgileBits and 1Password, a speculation that the company has shot down.
This matches rumors of an iPhone with three cameras, and it could even tie into rumors that the next iPhone X could have a rear sensor system to match the front.
The rumor mill is buzzing about the next version of the Apple Watch. These Apple Watch Series 4 rumors discuss improved GPS and more.
An accessibility feature for the hearing impaired will receive a notable upgrade in iOS 12. “Live Listen,” a feature originally introduced in 2014 to enable hearing aid integration in iOS will soon be able to work with Apple’s AirPods in addition to MFi hearing aid devices.
The launch of iOS 12 beta this week indicates that we’ll see more than a simple performance upgrade to the iPad this year, with several changes pointing to a new design that looks a lot more like the iPhone X, including Face ID, no home button, and a notch.
After leaving KGI Securities, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is back to predict “more aggressive” iPhone pricing for the upcoming 2018 models. Kuo believes that Apple wants to reassure investors concerned with the iPhone X’s $1,000 base price, as well as make technologies like Face ID more accessible.
Geekbench results posted this weekend appear to show an upcoming MacBook Pro featuring the latest 6-core Intel processor and 32GB of RAM, a major upgrade over the current 4-core models limited to 16GB of RAM. This suggests that a 6-core MacBook Pro could make its debut this week at WWDC.
The iPhone SE hasn’t seen a complete refresh since it launched in March 2016.
The move was frankly expected in that Texture was a magazine subscription service when Apple acquired it, but Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman shed light on Apple’s specifics.