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Apple has reduced production estimates for the Vision Pro headset, and the advanced display technology is suspected to be the reason behind this decision as suppliers race to produce units.The Vision Pro's OLED displays are expensiveAccording to a report released on Monday, the company is encountering obstacles in the manufacturing process of the headset, leading to a decrease in its orders for 2024. The revised orders now stand at 40,000 units, a significant reduction from the initial internal sales target of one million units within the first year. Read more...
Apple today adjusted its estimated trade-in values for select iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch, and Android smartphone models in the United States, with some devices slightly increasing in value and others seeing decreases. Trade-in values increased by $10 or $20 for many newer devices, including the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro Max, and the latest iPad Pro, iPad mini, MacBook Pro, and MacBook Air models. Apple Watch SE values rose by up to $10, while Apple Watch Series 6, Apple Watch Series 5, and 12-inch MacBook values increased by up to $5. Some older Apple devices saw their trade-in values decrease by up to $10, such as the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus, while Android smartphone…
Navigate Apple’s lengthy iPhone product catalog like a pro. | Image: The Verge Whether you want a battery that lasts for days, the best deal, or a small form factor, we’ve got some recommendations for an iPhone you’ll love. Picking a new iPhone feels like it should be simple. But like so many other modern problems (have you tried simply choosing something to watch on TV lately — an impossible task) it’s a little more complicated than it seems. Counting previous models that are still hanging around, along with all the Pros and Pluses and Maxes, Apple currently sells eight different iPhone models on its website. Eight! It’s almost as confusing as trying to buy an iPad. But fear not;…
watchOS 10 brings back widgets, and adds Snoopy to its watchface collection. | Image: Apple Apple announced watchOS 10, its “milestone” next-gen smartwatch platform, today at WWDC. As in past years, it’ll be available for developers to start tinkering with today, while a public beta is expected sometime next month. Users can expect to see the final version arrive later this fall alongside the forthcoming Apple Watch Series 9. Widgets are back on the menu, friends. Turning the digital crown will bring up your widget stack and let you scroll through for quick and easy access to information. It’s a major shift in how users have thus far interacted with the Apple Watch and is reminiscent of the Siri watchface…
Apple today announced watchOS 10, a major update to the operating system for the Apple Watch, introducing a new widgets view, redesigned apps, improvements to workouts, and more. ‌watchOS 10‌ features a new way to view information from any watch face with widgets. Simply scroll with the Digital Crown to reveal a dynamically Smart Stack of widgets below the watch face that change based on the user's needs. Apps across ‌watchOS 10‌ have also been redesigned. World Clock now features background colors that reflect the time of day in different timezones. Activity now features corner icons to navigate, a redesigned trophy case, and a new full-screen view of each individual Activity Ring. ‌watchOS 10‌ includes two new watch faces: "Palette"…
Verizon announced a shakeup this week with all-new plans, and now the “myPlan” offerings are live. While some customers might be able to save money with the new options, it looks like they’ll cost more for many because the previous generation of plans included perks like Disney+, Apple Music and Arcade, and more at no cost. Follow along for Verizon myPlan explained with a breakdown of what’s changed, prices compared, how to figure out what’s best for you, and more. more… The post Verizon launches ‘myPlan’: Here’s why the customizable plans will increase or decrease your bill appeared first on 9to5Mac.
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