price increase IPhone 15 Pro And Pro Max, and the USB-C cable braided with the iPhone is 50% longer and in different colors, the iPhone 15 will come in five colors, and the iPhone 15 may support charging speeds of up to 35 watts, and the option to send high-resolution photos on WhatsApp, and name it iPhone 15 Ultra is back again, and other exciting news on the sidelines...
Create a prosthetic limb by iPhone
Apple shared a new video clip in the new “Made on iPhone” series, the video talks about a small dog suffering from deformities in one of its limbs, which forced them to amputate it. Then a prosthetic limb was created in its place by 3DPets using the LiDAR scanner and TrueDepth camera on the iPhone 14 Pro to create a 14D scan, and then accurately draw the limb to be made. Then they printed it with a XNUMXD printer, and the video shows the dog, wearing his prosthesis, and he can run, swim and do other activities like healthy dogs. The video was shot using the iPhone XNUMX Pro, which is also part of the Apple Shot on iPhone series, or taken with an iPhone.
iPhone 15 will come in five colors
It is expected that the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus will come in five colors. The reliable leaker, “Unknownz21”, indicated that the new iPhones will come in six different colors. Perhaps the rumor of colored wires overshadows the possible colors. While Apple previously released iPhones with new colors in the middle of the cycle, such as purple for the iPhone 12 and green for the iPhone 13, new colors may be introduced in the middle of the iPhone 15 cycle.
Samsung's "Try Galaxy Phones" feature uses two iPhones to showcase the Z Fold5 experience
Samsung has launched an updated website called “Try Galaxy.” This website allows iPhone users to experience what it's like to use a foldable smartphone, specifically the Galaxy Z Fold5, which has a large screen. But you need two iPhones next to each other and a special application is installed on them. The application is opened on both phones, and they are synchronized using a QR code to show a simulation of the Galaxy Fold screen, and the two iPhones become like the Galaxy Fold screen.
The experiences offered are limited, including hockey, some multitasking demos, and split-screen videos. Samsung continues to compare its foldable technology with Apple's lack of it, stressing that there is no foldable iPhone. Although the fifth generation of Samsung foldable devices has been launched, there is no information yet about Apple's plans for foldable iPhone devices.
There may be iPhone 15 Ultra, not iPhone 15 Pro Max
The 15-inch iPhone 6.7 Pro Max may be called the iPhone 15 Ultra. While the name change was prevalent in many rumors in late 2022 and early 2023, the idea has since died down and focus has shifted to launching the iPhone Pro Max to this world, and it could be the new name for next year. However, rumors began to return to this world as Ultra again.
Apple's naming choices are subject to change throughout the product development process, which often explains why new devices are named differently than rumors suggest. For example, it was largely expected that the AirPods Max would be called "AirPods Studio". More recently, it was widely speculated that VisionOS would be called “xrOS.” The rumored name was found all over Apple materials after the WWDC conference, suggesting that visionOS was a last-minute switch. It is not known whether Apple will change the name of the iPhone 15 Pro Max this year or not, or that the matter is still under consideration and that it is an idea on the table.
Discovery of “A19” and “M5” chipsets on Apple Backend server
References to what are believed to be Apple's "A19" and "M5" silicon chips have been discovered in the official Apple code. It indicates the existence of a large number of unreleased Apple chips. Depending on Apple chip ID trends, the latest finds are believed to correspond to the A19, M5 Pro, M5 Max, and M5 Ultra chipsets, indicating that work on these processors is underway. The A19 processor could appear for the first time in the iPhone 17 Pro models of 2025. At the moment, it is believed that the first 3-nanometer A17 Bionic chip, just weeks away from being announced in the iPhone 15 Pro models, which features significant improvements in Performance and efficiency compared to current 5nm technology.
Option to send high resolution images on WhatsApp
The WhatsApp application has launched an update that enables iPhone and Android users to share photos in higher quality, which addresses the previous problem of sharing low-resolution photos. In the past, sent images were automatically compressed, reducing their resolution to 920 x 1280 to save space and ensure fast sharing on slow data connections. With the new update, users can now choose to send photos in “HD quality,” which has a resolution of 3024 x 4032. This improvement, which adds It was announced by CEO Mark Zuckerberg, the “HD” button to the photo sharing screen, located along with other editing tools. Clicking this button provides the option to switch from Standard quality to HD quality. Recipients of high-resolution images will see a flag indicating improved quality, and all high-resolution images benefit from WhatsApp's end-to-end encryption. In cases of low internet connections, users will continue to receive images in standard quality, with the option to upgrade to high quality if available. The update will be gradually rolled out globally over the coming weeks, and the ability to share HD videos is expected to follow soon.
iPhone 15 may support charging speeds of up to 35 watts
Upcoming iPhone 15 models feature faster charging capabilities, potentially reaching 35 watts with the transition to USB-C technology, according to industry sources, an increase from the current maximum of about 27 watts for iPhone 14 models. Apple no longer includes a power adapter with iPhone devices, but it recommends a 20-watt charger or higher for fast charging. With the potential for 35W charging, Apple might suggest a 30W MacBook Air charger or a dual 35W USB-C charger for optimal speed. The analyst Ming-Chi Kuo previously indicated that the iPhone 15 models will support faster charging through MFi-certified USB-C chargers, such as the 20-watt power adapter. Speculation also indicates that faster charging may be limited to MFi-certified accessories and may be limited to the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max.
Apple sheds light on the reactions of developers in Apple's eyeglasses laboratories
Apple launched Vision Pro developer laboratories in several global cities, such as Cupertino, London, Munich, Shanghai, Singapore and Tokyo, providing developers with an early opportunity to interact with the upcoming Apple glasses. These sessions enable developers to test and fine-tune their applications on VisionOS. Apple experts provide guidance and troubleshooting. There was positive feedback from attendees such as David Smith, developer of Widgetsmith, who expressed his amazement when he saw his app in action, moving from the simulator. Michael Simmons, owner of Fantastical and Cardhop, considers Vision Pro Labs a "testing ground" for spatial computing, pushing the boundaries beyond traditional interfaces. Apple welcomes eligible registered developers age 18 and over to apply for free attendance at the Vision Pro Lab through late September, with priority given to apps optimized for Vision Pro. While early reports indicated relatively low attendance, interest may grow over time. But Apple does not cover travel expenses for these developers. Apple Vision Pro glasses are scheduled to be launched in the US in early 2024, priced at $3499, followed by other countries later that year.
◉ Apple launched the sixth beta version of the macOS 14 Sonoma update for developers, launched the final candidate update for the macOS Ventura 13.6 update, and launched the seventh public beta version of iOS 17, iPadOS 17, tvOS 17 and watchOS 10 updates for developers.
◉ The iPhone 15 lineup could come with a braided USB-C charging cable that is 50% longer than the current Lightning cable. It is said that the cable is 1.5 meters long compared to the current one meter, and that it is more durable, and in more than one color.
◉ It is expected that the price of the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max will be at least $100 more than the previous one. A significant price increase could depress sales of these models, dropping to about 77 million units in 2023. Initial estimates put shipments at around 83 million units. This corresponds with a broader smartphone industry decline of more than 5% year-on-year.
◉ Apple has updated Apple Support app Apple Support to better assist customers who seek assistance at nearby Apple Stores or authorized repair shops. When searching for a store in the app, there are now two new sections: “Good to Know” and “Store Hours”. The update also includes performance improvements and bug fixes. The Apple Support app helps you find help, troubleshoot problems, and check your AppleCare+ status.
◉ Samsung announced the ViewFinity S9 screen at CES, which is a strong competitor to the Apple Studio screen, and recently announced its release date in the United States in August. Amazon is now offering pre-orders with a launch date of August 28 and next-day delivery.
◉ This week, Apple introduced a listing for the 2023 watchOS subsystem in its Bluetooth product database. Although unsurprising, the listing indicates that Apple is preparing to release new Apple Watch models this September, as it does every year.
◉ Elon Musk stated that the option to block people on Twitter will be deleted as a feature in the future, because it does not make sense and it does not make sense. This decision came in response to a question about the difference between muting and blocking on the platform. While muting prevents users from seeing your content, blocking prevents others from interacting with you. Musk intends muting to be the only way to filter content, but blocking will still be available for direct messages. This change may allow spammers and bullies to interact with users who may otherwise be blocked by them. If someone is muted, they can still follow, view, and interact with your content, even though their replies are hidden. The proposed removal of the blocking feature has faced criticism, and there remains uncertainty about when or if this change will be implemented.