• New 14-Inch and 16-Inch MacBook Pros Reportedly Launching Later This Year

    1 day ago - By Mac Rumors

    Apple plans to release new MacBook Pro models in the fourth quarter of 2022, according to supply chain publication DigiTimes. The report does not mention specific models, but it very likely refers to the next-generation 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros.
    There has been uncertainty surrounding the timing of new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models and whether they would be equipped with 5nm or 3nm chips, but it is looking increasingly likely that the notebooks will be released later this year with 5nm chips. Apple is expected to hold an October event focused on the Mac and iPad, so it...
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  • Apple Arcade games for iPhone, Mac, Apple TV

    Apple Arcade games for iPhone, Mac, Apple TV

    1 day ago - By 9to5Mac

    Apple Arcade launched with close to 100 titles and the service is seeing new games added regularly with over 200 games now in the library. Follow along with our guide on Apple Arcade games.
    New for 9/23: The action-adventure Shovel Knight Dig is the latest release.
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  • IPhone 14 pixels: Why the 48MP sensor is not the big camera news this year

    IPhone 14 pixels: Why the 48MP sensor is not the big camera news this year

    1 day ago - By 9to5Mac

    Let's talk pixels. Specifically, iPhone 14 pixels. More specifically, iPhone 14 Pro pixels. Because while the headline news is that the latest Pro models offer a 48MP sensor instead of a 12MP one, that's not actually the most important improvement Apple has made to this year's camera.
    Indeed, of the four biggest changes this year, the 48MP sensor is to me the least important. But bear with me here, as there's a lot we need to unpack before I can explain why I think the 48MP sensor is far less important than:
    The sensor size
    Pixel binning
    The Photonic Engine more...
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  • Strong iPhone 14 Pro Sales Could See Apple Hold 60% Market Share for High-End Smartphones

    Strong iPhone 14 Pro Sales Could See Apple Hold 60% Market Share for High-End Smartphones

    1 day ago - By Mac Rumors

    Strong sales of iPhone 14 Pro models could see Apple stabilize its market share for high-end handsets at 60%, if the enthusiastic consumer response continues through the year.
    According to DigiTimes , so far this year Apple's market share for high-end handsets with unit prices of over $500 has reached 55% in off season and 60% in peak season, but ‌iPhone 14 Pro‌ sales could see its peak season share become the norm if they maintain their current momentum.
    Apple has reportedly asked its primary iPhone assembler Foxconn to shift some iPhone 14 production capacity to the Pro models to meet...
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