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Apple has moved on to a new round of developer beta testing for iOS 17, iPadOS 17, and related updates, and the public beta program open to everyone should be kicking off very soon. The next iPhone launch is also just two months away now, and we're continuing to hear rumors about what to expect from the next-generation models, while we've heard more this week about a rumored iPhone SE 4 and an upcoming external Mac monitor that could double as a smart home display. Finally, Meta this week launched its Twitter competitor known as Threads, and it's seen rapid uptake thanks to its integration with Instagram. Read on for all the details on this week's biggest stories! Everything New…
Macworld The Amazon Prime Sale is a great time to pick up a deal on a new SSD or hard drive to use with your Mac, as Amazon and its partners are likely to discount products even more than usual. In 2023 the Amazon Prime Day sale will run from July 11 to 12. To take advantage of the Prime Day deals you will need Amazon Prime membership, which costs $14.99 / £8.99 / AUD$6.99 on a monthly basis (or $139 / £95 / AUD$59 annually), but can be canceled after the 30-day free trial that’s available to new users. Check out the best Prime Day Apple deals for even more offers. Best Amazon Prime deals for SSDs and hard drives In the past, we’ve seen…
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Apple is planning to sell its $3,499 Vision Pro headset on an appointment-only basis at launch, according to a report from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. According to Gurman, Apple will create designated sections where customers can try on the headset in its stores, with the first ones appearing at stores in major areas like New York and Los Angeles. Apple will reportedly ask in-store buyers to schedule an appointment to purchase the Vision Pro, similar to the rollout of the first Apple Watch in 2015. During the appointment, Gurman says Apple will ensure that the Vision Pro fits the wearer and also outfit the device with prescription lens inserts if needed. Gurman says Apple…
When Apple unveiled the Vision Pro at WWDC in June, members of the press invited to try out the headset were able to use an optional secondary head strap that sits across the top of the head. The strap was spotted in Apple's promotional videos for the mixed reality device, but its marketing material made no mention of the accessory. Still from Apple's WWDC keynote video showing over-the-head strap in use The braided headband that goes around the back of the head has a fit adjustment dial, but the one headband may not be comfortable or secure enough for some users, especially if the device is going to be worn for extended periods of time, which is where the secondary…
Apple today updated the TestFlight app to support apps designed for the first visionOS beta, which means that developers may soon be able to use TestFlight for testing apps designed for the Apple Vision Pro headset. "TestFlight now supports visionOS apps for internal and external testing, as well as testing iOS and iPadOS apps on ‌visionOS‌," reads Apple's developer update on the functionality. Of course, no one has an ‌Apple Vision Pro‌ headset to use at this point in time, but Apple has said that it plans to offer Apple Vision Pro developer kits at some point this month. Apple has not provided details on how the developer kits will work, but Apple says that they will help developers bring…
Benjamin and Chance explore the latest developments with the Apple Card, with Goldman Sachs reportedly looking to hand over the business to American Express. Plus, iPhone 15 rumors are picking up pace and Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman reports that Apple is making a new Mac external display that can double up as a smart display in a low-power mode. Sponsored by LinkedIn Jobs: LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/HAPPYHOUR. more… The post Apple Card tumult, smart display Mac monitor, iPhone 15 rumors appeared first on 9to5Mac.
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