There are lots of rumors about this year's iPhone 15 lineup, as well as the long-rumored mixed reality headset.
The first of the year saw Apple shut down the Dark Sky weather app it acquired back in 2020, as well as the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas where all sorts of companies are showing off their newest products. All the details on these stories and more can be found here.
According to analyst Jeff Pu, Apple's next-generation iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max will have several new features.
The Home button on the latest iPhone is similar to the solid state volume and power buttons. Two new Taptic Engines would mimic the feel of buttons being pressed.
According to a report this week from The Information, Apple's mixed-reality headset will include a physical dial, waist-mounted battery pack, small motors to adjust the internal lens, and much more.
The headset is expected to be announced in 2023, with an analyst saying this week that Apple is likely to reveal it at a spring media event or at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June as continued development delays have pushed back mass production to late in the second quarter or into the third quarter of this
MacRumors is at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week to see all of the new Apple products.
We shared video recaps of the first, second, and third days of the show, giving a closer look at new products like Hyper's backpack and Ember's travel mug with support for Apple's Find My app.
Dark Sky was shut down by Apple. The app was removed from the App Store in September and stopped working on January 1.
Dark Sky was acquired by Apple in March of 2020 and many of the app's features are included in the Weather app on the iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Dark Sky users are able to use the Weather app with the help of a support document from Apple.
According to the company, its new chip for Windows laptops is up to 34% faster than Apple's M1 Pro chip.
It is worth pointing out that Apple introduced the M1 Pro chip around 14 months ago and that no comparison was made to Apple's faster M1 Max chip.
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