Users have finally gotten the products into their hands, but we are also seeing other news and rumors ramp up as we look toward what's coming later this year and beyond.

Digital driver's licenses on the iPhone and Apple Watch were one big piece of news this week. The feature is only available in one U.S. state. This week saw a lot of rumors about future updates to Apple's notebook and iPhone lineups, as well as a potential new option for how to pay for Apple products, so read on for all of the details!

Apple Launches iPhone Digital Driver's License Feature in Arizona, More States Coming Soon

Arizona residents can now add their driver's license or state ID to the Wallet app on the iPhone and Apple Watch, giving them a convenient and contactless way to display proof of identity or age. The feature requires an Apple Watch Series 4 or later, or an older version of watchOS.

11 other states have committed to offering the feature, and Arizona is the first U.S. state to do so.

After adding a driver's license or ID to the Wallet app, users can simply tap on an identity reader at select airports, including Phoenix Sky Harbor International. Face ID or Touch ID is used to secure the feature.

iFixit Tears Down Mac Studio and Studio Display

iFixit shared a new video in which it disassembled Apple's new Mac Studio and the companion Studio Display.

iFixit is still working on its traditional, more detailed teardowns, but the video provides a few interesting details about the Mac Studio.

This week, it was discovered that the studio display has 64 gigabytes of storage and runs a full version of the app.

In the most recent episode of The MacRumors Show, you can find more on the Mac Studio and Studio Display.

Larger 15-Inch MacBook Expected in 2023

According to research shared by Display Supply Chain Consultants, Apple is working on a 15-inch MacBook. The display will measure 15.2 inches, but it won't feature mini-LED or 120 Hz ProMotion technology, and sources have differed on whether it will be marketed as a MacBook Air or something else.

In his newsletter last year, Mark Gurman said that Apple considered building a 15-inch MacBook Air, but decided not to move forward with the idea for the next generation.

Apple's Studio Display vs. LG's UltraFine 5K Display

When Apple unveiled the Studio Display, it immediately drew comparisons to the UltraFine 5K display that was released in 2016

We decided to compare the two displays to see which is a better value because the Studio Display has a $300 higher starting price.

The winner of the Apple Studio display vs. the UltraFine 5K display will be shown in the video.

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max Schematics Leaked

While we are likely still a little under six months away from Apple announcing its so-called "iPhone 14" lineup, leaked schematics have revealed some potential details about the upcoming Pro models.

The schematic shows that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max could have a larger rear camera and a slightly thicker overall design than the iPhone 13 Pro models.

It was rumored this week that the under-display Face ID system could be found in the next generation of the device.

Apple Developing Hardware Subscription Service for iPhones and Other Devices

According to Mark Gurman, Apple is developing a hardware subscription service that would allow customers to subscribe and receive an Apple device as part of their subscription.

Apple is said to be aiming to make the process of buying an iPad or an iCloud comparable.

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