• Top Stories: 5G iPhone and iPad Rumors, AirPods Pro Lite?, HomePod Turns Two

    7 days ago - By Mac Rumors

    It was a fairly interesting week for rumors this week, with reports claiming new 5G iPad models will be coming around the same time as 5G iPhones, likely in the September-October timeframe, while a mysterious "AirPod Pro Lite" has been mentioned as being in the works.
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    The HomePod turned two years old this week, and Apple is still dealing with the fallout of the Wuhan coronavirus epidemic, which aside from the human toll has impacted both Apple's retail sales and product manufacturing. Read on for details on these stories and more...
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  • Pandora no longer requires an iPhone to stream music from Apple Watch

    Pandora no longer requires an iPhone to stream music from Apple Watch

    7 days ago - By Phone Arena

    Great news for Pandora subscribers who are using the music streaming service on iOS devices. A brand new update makes it possible to stream music from the Apple Watch without having to use the iPhone.
    Previously, you could only download on the Apple Watch, not stream without having an iPhone nearby. However, the latest update brings support for Pandora music streaming to the Apple Watch.
    Keep in mind though that the new feature is not yet available for everyone. The new standalone Pandora app for Apple Watch will be rollout in stages, reports. Pandora confirmed that more users will ...
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  • The iPhone 12 could come with a custom-made Apple 5G antenna

    The iPhone 12 could come with a custom-made Apple 5G antenna

    7 days ago - By Tech Radar

    Apple is expected to launch new iPhones as usual this September, but the iPhone 12 could come with a brand new component that we haven't seen before: a custom-made antenna ready for 5G connections. That's according to sources speaking to Fast Company , who say that Apple wants to build its own antenna rather than relying on the Qualcomm equivalent because it thinks it'll be able to make the phone thinner as a result. Apple is also keen to reduce its reliance on third-party component developers, the report says. The tech giant already develops its own processor chipsets for the iPhone, with...
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