If you’ve seen problems using Apple’s MagSafe Duo Charger with your iPhone 14 Pro, it’s not just you. Others have noted the issue recently.
Apple asked one Chinese supplier to immediately halt production of the iPhone 14 Plus as it reevaluates current demand.
Exploring the iOS 16.1 beta on an iPhone 14 Pro, we see Dynamic Island getting more swipe gestures to control your apps within the feature.
Evercore says “What, me worry,” Apple gives up on the name “notebook,” and roller coasters for science highlight today’s Observation Deck.
- Apple TV+ Makes 'The Afterparty' Premiere Episode Available on YouTube
- This Decentralized Messenger Claims to be Quantum-Resistant
- Apple TV+ Releases Trailer For "The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey” Starring Samuel L. Jackson
- 'MusicMatch' for Mac Now Here, Music Services Expand
- 'The Matrix Resurrections' Now Available to Rent or Buy on Apple TV
- 'Tweetbot' 6.9 Update Adds Widgets for Tweet Stats, More
Several amusement parks are reporting riders setting off Apple’s Crash Detection on roller coasters: we explore why this may happen.
Apple’s doing well in international courts, UBS says iPhone results may be flat and a new Apple TV+ trailer could show a shoo-in for an Oscar.
There’s a growing argument that there’s not enough difference between Apple’s A15 and A16 to call the new one “A16”. On the product side, a former Apple exec argues that Apple is no longer innovating, replacing the truly new with boredom and a side of fear. TMO Managing Editor Jeff Butts joins Ken to talk both issues on the Daily Observations.
With Apple’s move to an A16 Bionic chip for its iPhone 14 Pro family, benchmarks hint the new SoC might be more aptly named the A15+ instead.
While the iPhone 14 Plus launches tomorrow for some countries, the device will be arriving to 20 other countries Friday, Oct. 14.
Earlier this week, JP Morgan’s Samik Chatterjee said that 5G was one of the biggest drivers for iPhone upgrades this season. That started Ken on a slew of questions he hoped RCR Wireless News Editor Peter Cohen (@petercohenrcr) might be able to answer. Predictably, it led to more questions.