Apple this week announced it has discontinued the iPod touch after 15 years and seven generations, bringing the entire iPod lineup to an end.
This week there were rumors about both the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 15 as well as a report that Apple is planning to launch the AirPods Max in new colors later this year.
While supplies last, Apple will no longer sell the iPod touch. The device is already listed as sold out on Apple's online store in the United States, and inventory is quickly diminishing in other countries as well.
The iPod was one of Apple's most popular products, but it was discontinued over time due to the wide array of Apple products that can play music.
The last iPod is the end of an era.
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Ross Young, a display industry consultant, said that the upcoming iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models will have marginally larger screen sizes compared to the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max.
Young said the screen size differences are due to the new pill-and-hole design replacing the notch in the iPhone 13 Pro models.
According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will release at least one new model of the phone with a USB-C port. Mark Gurman concurs that Apple is working on an accessory that will allow them to use current Lightning-based accessories.
If this is true, we will have to wait a while for the first Apple product. The switch to a new type of cable is expected to occur with the next generation of the iPhone, the iPhone 15. Gurman also says the switch won't happen until 2023.
According to Mark Gurman, Apple plans to release new colors for its high-end headphones in the future.
The AirPods Max are available in five colors, including space gray, silver, sky blue, green, and pink. It is not clear which new colors would be introduced.
Gurman said Apple will release a second-generation AirPods Pro in the fall.
The new MacBook Pro models have a wide range of ports and are powered by M1 Pro and M1 Max chips.
While the new models have crowd-pleasing features, we have put together a list of five things you can't do with a MacBook Pro. See the full list to see which features are missing.
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