Good Apple news stories of the past week

Leakers state AirTags are coming, however, we’ve heard it all previously: This week, incessant Apple leakers Ming-Chi Kuo and Jon Prosser both said that Apple AirTags are coming early this year. In any case, we’ve been hearing that for longer than a year at this point, so we’re beginning to get incredulous. For Kuo’s situation, he said AirTags were coming soon in January 2020, so you can comprehend our suspicion.

iPhone 13 Pro models could, at last, have 120Hz presentations: According to The Elec, the two anticipated “Ace” models in the iPhone 13 setup could highlight 120Hz showcase revive rates. This could be conceivable if the talk that Samsung would only stock LTPO OLED presentations to Apple is valid. One thing’s for sure: Apple better get this show on the road the ball with the high invigorate rate pattern in the near future.

LiDAR filtering could be on each iPhone 13 gadget: According to DigiTimes, it’s conceivable that each gadget in the principle iPhone arrangement this year could include a LiDAR scanner. In the iPhone 12 arrangement, just the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max have this component. It absolutely would be flawless if Apple could carry the tech to the vanilla iPhone 13 and (we expect) iPhone 13 Mini and still keep buyer costs low. Nonetheless, as indicated by Ming-Chi Kuo, the focal points of iPhone cameras won’t see huge updates until 2022.

Hyundai affirms the presence of Apple Car: In an assertion reacting to gossipy tidbits, vehicle creator Hyundai affirmed that it is in early conversations with Apple to make an Apple-marked vehicle. Notwithstanding, it immediately moved back its assertion to be substantially more ambiguous, in any event, eliminating the reference to Apple. Notwithstanding, a Bloomberg report recommends that the vehicle won’t be prepared for at any rate of five years, so we have a lot of time to conjecture.

AR glasses are pushing ahead, says gossip plant: Along with AirTags, we’ve been finding out about Apple’s increased reality (AR) glasses for quite a while now. In any case, as per another report from DigiTimes (through MacRumors), since quite a while ago supposed glasses have now moved into the “second period of advancement.” That may be cool on the off chance that we knew the number of periods of improvement there would have been.

Apple shuts down all stores in the UK: After UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced a cross country lockdown, Apple reacted by shutting the entirety of its UK-based Apple Stores. From the outset, Apple attempted to do online-just assistance (in which you’d purchase an item on the web and afterward go get it at a store), however, now all stores are totally covered. As a component of this change, all-occasion returns will require to happen online as opposed to available, which will most likely be disillusioning for certain people.

Q1 2021 profit call booked: Apple will direct its quarterly income approach on January 27. During these calls, Apple reveals details on how much cash it’s made and how effective its different product offerings are doing. Expect bunches of discussion about how extraordinary the iPhone 12 deals are yet with no hard numbers to back that up. Aside from one model, however…

iPhone 12 Mini deals not all that hot: According to deals numbers from outsider investigator firm CIRP, the iPhone 12 Mini is selling in feeble numbers when contrasted with the remainder of the arrangement. The information recommends that the iPhone 12 Mini represented only 6% of iPhone 12 deals during the previous few months. That is not a decent sign for individuals who love little telephones.

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