Online retailer TigerDirect has slashed pricing on the M1 iPad Air in several colors, offering the base 64GB configuration for just $313.99 in Purple and Pink. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with TigerDirect. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. That’s a savings of 48% compared to Apple’s normal $599.00 pricing, and is by far the…

This week saw the launch of the final product from Apple’s January hardware announcements, with the second-generation HomePod making its way into customers’ hands. Other news and rumors this week included signs of an interim iOS 16.3.1 bug fix update in the works as we await a fresh round of beta testing for a more significant iOS 16.4 update, a report on the potential dangers of using AirTags to track your pets,…

Google’s Chromium developers are working on an experimental web browser for iOS that would break Apple’s browser engine restrictions, The Register reports. The experimental browser, which is being actively pursued by developers, uses Google’s Blink engine. Yet if Google attempted to release it on the App Store, it would not pass Apple’s App Review process. Apple’s ‌App Store‌ rules dictate that browser apps on iOS and iPadOS must use its own WebKit…

Today is the official launch day for the second-generation HomePod that was introduced in January, and we picked one up to compare it to the original ‌HomePod‌ that Apple discontinued in 2021. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Design wise, the second-generation ‌HomePod‌ looks a lot like the first-generation model, featuring the same rounded design and acoustic mesh fabric. It’s ever so slightly shorter, and the main external change…

iOS 17 is set to be introduced at the WWDC 2023 event, and this roundup aggregates everything that we’ve learned about the update so far. — Full Story (EN):More … Prevod :Prevod teksta Source:MacRumors

We’re just over one week away from Valentine’s Day, which falls on Tuesday, February 14 this year. Similar to years past, many third-party Apple resellers and accessory companies have opened up notable discounts on Apple products and accessories to coincide with the holiday. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us…

Emergency dispatchers continue to raise awareness about Apple’s Crash Detection feature causing an influx of false 911 calls from skiers and snowboarders. Crash Detection launched last year for all iPhone 14 models and the latest Apple Watch models, including the Series 8, Ultra, and second-generation SE. The feature is designed to detect a severe car crash and automatically call emergency services if a user does not respond to the device within 20…

Apple today held its first earnings call of 2023, which covers the fourth calendar quarter of 2022. During the call, Apple CEO Tim Cook and Apple CFO Luca Maestri shared several interesting tidbits about recent product sales, services results, and more, and we’ve highlighted the most interesting parts of the call below. AI On the topic of artificial intelligence, particularly in services, Cook said that in the future, it will impact everything…

It is Friday, February 3 in New Zealand and Australia, which means it is the official launch day of the second-generation HomePod in those countries. Customers in New Zealand and Australia are always first to get new devices because of time zone differences, though one lucky MacRumors reader was able to get his speaker yesterday. Customers who pre-ordered a ‌HomePod‌ when the device was announced on January 18 are starting to receive…

The Apple Pay Later service that Apple has in the works is set to launch “soon,” Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC ahead of today’s earnings call for the first fiscal quarter of 2023. Cook said that Apple employees are beta testing the ‌Apple Pay‌ Later feature, which will help Apple boost services revenue. “It will be launching soon,” Cook said. ‌Apple Pay‌ Later was first previewed at the Worldwide Developers Conference…