The iOS 13 developer's beta could have revealed a major clue to aAnd another long-time iPhone feature may be on the chopping pad. In this week's Apple Core Roundup, we & # 39; You're looking at what latest rumors are speculating about the next iPhone and Apple's note up with the MacPro release date on its website.
2019 iPhone lineup can switch to USB-C
WWDC 2019 could be over, but it left a trail of clues indicating which Apple is planning for its next batch of product announcements. The final clue may suggest USB-C on the 2019 iPhones. This week Apple user Raphaël Mouton Posted an image on his Twitter account of the recovery screen on an iPhone running iOS 13's developer beta. At first glance, it looks just like a Mac and top-end cable – but that's & # 39; No flash cable.
The existing iPhone recovery mode clearly shows a flash cable tip, while the one in the beta looks more like a USB-C type than Pointed out by Forbes. This could be a sign that Apple is planning to swap the flash port for the more widely used USB-C port in its 2019 iPhone lineup, a sound that's been making the rounds since the 2018 iPhone launch cycle. Also, it would not come as much of a shock to consider Apple has already made the change of flash to USB-C on its 2018 iPad pros and MacBooks.
The more likely chance is that the USB-C end of a USB-C-to-light cable goes toward the Mac. Which is a great resource for Apple is planning to include this type of cable as well as an 18V quick-charging USB-C power adapter in the box with its new phones.
3D touches can get the ax
The new features on the next batch of iPhones may come at a price thoughContinue to Steam. After a visit with Apple suppliers in Asia, Barclay analysts, quoted in MacRumors, seemed certain that Apple will eliminate this feature in the 2019 iPhone lineup.
This print-sensitive technology allows users to access more control options by pressing harder on the phone's screen. Apple first debuted 3D touch in its iPhone 6s. It was meant to help with navigation once Apple decided to get rid of the home button with the iPhone X, but it didn't prove to be critical. Apple replaced 3D in the last year's HAPTIC Touch iPhone CSR (its long-term, low-vibration, high-end, ultra-slim, ultra-fine-tuned, ultra-slim) display for a larger, nearly bezel-less LCD display. And although it didn't have as much functionality as 3D Touch, it's been a good compromise for users.
We will not know for sure if Apple will eliminate 3D touches until the iPhone 11 launch in September, but we can rest assured that the functionality will remain unchanged, at least to some degree (whether by Happy Touch or otherwise). The 13 beta of the developer includes even more utility cases for it, and it is unlikely Apple would add more to using a defined feature. IOS.
Has Apple Leak the Mac Pro Launch Date?
Apple is not just abandoning clues in its software application – this week, what appeared to be a pretty big note about the Mac Pro launch data on its website.
At WWDC, the company said the new Macro and 6K display would be available, but did not specify when. Then for a brief moment, if you clicked on the "Notify me" link above the Mac Pro on the Apple.com homepage, the pop-up reading "Coming in September." But then if you clicked on the product page and did the same, read it "Coming Soon".
By the time Apple noticed and corrected the note, it was already published on 9 to 5 Mac and Macromors, making its way around the Internet. It has since been corrected to match the other notifications, and Apple did not respond to a query about when the new products will ship.
That's why, I definitely put my money on a Mac Pro September release date, maybe even discover the iPhone Day.
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