Many Apple fans around the world are looking forward to what's to come in 2023 while also enjoying some newly unwrapped gifts on the last day of the year.
This week saw some more specific news and rumors about both current and future Apple products, so read on for all of the details and have a happy new year.
Apple is expected to have a lot of hardware and software updates in the years to come. The list of updates is lengthy and we've summarized it in our annual preview guide.
We'll be getting some new features on the software side before the end of the year. We've put together a list of five new features that will launch or expand next year, including a security keys feature for Apple IDs, an Apple Card savings account option, and more.
Did you receive a gift during the holiday season? We've put together a list of tips, tricks, and features that you might not know about.
There are also tips and tricks for the Apple watch. If you got an Apple gift card instead, we've put together a list of products and services that are less than $100.
According to a report this week, Apple is worried about weak sales of the iPhone 14 Plus.
The iPhone 14 Plus has the same display size as the iPhone 14 Pro Max, but lacks higher-end features such as ProMotion, Dynamic Island, and a telephoto lens. The device replaced an older version of the phone.
According to an analyst, Apple is working on a new version of the iPad mini, with mass shipments expected to start in the first half of the 20th century.
The current iPad mini was released in September of 2021. The device's price is $499.
The first iPad Pro models with larger displays may be released early in the 20th century.
According to a report this week from The Information, Apple had planned a major update for the iPhone 14 Pro's graphics capabilities, but was forced to scrap the plan after "unprecedented" mistakes were found.
The report shows how Apple's chip design team has had to contend with a loss of talent in recent years.
In June, Apple showed off the next generation of CarPlay, promising deeper integration with vehicle functions, support for multiple displays on the dashboard, and more.
The first vehicles with support for the new experience will be announced in the late 20th century, according to Apple. We have outlined five features to expect.
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