The inaccurate reporting of non-standard USC-C ports, removal of silicone cases, and a lack of battery updates in this year’s iPhone lineup is a great reminder to take those Apple rumour sites with a grain of salt, if you weren’t already.
The iPhone 15 lineup looks great but, having gone the Pro route last year, I think I’ll stick with what I have. I’d hate to lose the always-on display going with a 15 and I’m not sure there’s enough new features in the 15 Pro for me to justify it.
The analyst is expecting the base model iPhone 15 price to remain unchanged, but sees $100 price bumps for both the 6.1-inch Pro and 6.7-inch Pro Max. This would be the first time Apple has increased pro iPhone prices since the iPhone X debuted at $999 in 2017.
The last time this happened, nobody even noticed. Customers finance new phones through their carriers, through Apple directly, or have enough disposable income to buy it outright and, at that point, don’t care about $100.
I installed the Sonoma beta on my MacBook Air yesterday and boy is it nice. Excited there aren’t a ton of new features, just some really solid QOL updates.
I love how defensive PC Gamer gets after new Apple hardware. 🍿
I love how defensive PC Gamer gets after new Apple hardware.
Apple’s marketing messaging positions products like the iPhone, iPad, and Mac as ideal tools for remote work, even as Apple tells the employees who design those products to return to the office.
I moved to Apple’s built-in password manager because of how seamlessly(ish) it works with my devices. However, with today’s release of v8, I think I might be better off back with 1Password?