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News on the margins for the week of May 10-17

Providing free GPT-4 on Mac devices, a bug in the iOS 17.5 update that resurfaces old deleted photos, an HDR problem affecting the new iPad Pro, and Apple announces the eye tracking feature for the iPhone and iPad and announces other features, Samsung mocks the iPad Pro “Crush” ad, Apple apologizes for this ad and other exciting news on the sidelines…

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News on the margins for the week of May 3-9

Apple announces earnings for the second quarter of 2024, iPhone 16 models will come in new colors, the new iPad Pro with the highest specifications costs more than $3000, and Apple Pencil compatibility after the launch of the new iPad Pro and iPad Air, and the new iPad Pro 2024 lacks features that came in previous iPad Pro devices, and other exciting news is on the sidelines...

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News on the sidelines for the week of April 26 - May 2

Apple will hold an additional event in London in conjunction with the main “Let Loose” event scheduled for May 7, users’ Apple accounts are logged out and require password resets, iPadOS like iOS is subject to EU rules, and new iPhone 16 dummies show what the sizes will be. The four models, and other exciting news on the sidelines...

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News on the margins for the week of April 19-25

The launch of the calculator application for the iPad, the significant decline in demand for Apple glasses, Apple acquires Datakalab, the WhatsApp application for iOS finally supports passkeys, Apple is developing its own artificial intelligence server processor with 3 nm technology, and other exciting news on the sidelines...

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News on the sidelines, week 12 - 18 April

Apple is heading to Indonesia to manufacture the iPhone, Samsung is regaining first place again, the two iPhone 16 Pro models feature a storage capacity of 256 GB, and the launch of the alternative application market AltStore PAL on the iPhone in the European Union.

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News on the margins for the week of April 5-11

Announcing the results of the second fiscal quarter of 2024 on May 2, Microsoft challenges the MacBook Air with its new device, an agreement between Jony Ive and Sam Altman to invent a new artificial intelligence device, Google launches the Find My Device feature, and an increase in the battery capacities of the iPhone 16, except for this model. And other exciting news on the sidelines...

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News on the sidelines for the week of March 29-April 4

The iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Mini have become obsolete devices, leaks of the iPhone SE 4 confirm its design similar to the iPhone 14, a new artificial intelligence system for Apple that can overcome GPT-4, the design of iOS 18 will resemble the VisionOS system, and a new spatial personality test. For Apple Glasses, and other exciting news on the sidelines...

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News on the sidelines for the week of March 15 - 21

The iPhone 16 will come with BRS technology for a borderless screen, and Apple launches a website “all in one place” and another to browse applications for Apple Vision Pro glasses, and the next iPad Pro will come with thinner edges than previous models, and major companies protest Apple’s rules for purchasing from Outside the App Store, Apple publishes details about the new artificial intelligence model “MM1”, and leaks about the iPhone 17

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News on the sidelines for the week of March 8 - 14

Leaked CAD drawings for the iPhone 16 Pro reveal changes in the design of the buttons, and both the iPad Air and iPad Pro could feature a camera on the side. The new iPads will be launched at the “end of March” or April, and Zuckerberg is underestimating once again. With Vision Pro glasses, the start of iPhone 15 assembly in Brazil, and other exciting news on the sidelines...

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News on the Margin 1 – 7 March

The ChatGPT application on the iPhone added the “Read Aloud” feature, the Setapp store is one of the first alternative application stores for the iPhone in the European Union, the unveiling of CAD designs for the iPhone SE 4, and other exciting news on the sidelines...

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News on the sidelines week 23 - 29 February

Apple cancels the car project, moves forward in the field of artificial intelligence, and the iOS 18 update will be compatible with these iPhone devices. Apple confirms that iOS 17.4 allows video calling applications to stop interactions. It is possible that Apple will design a 2-nanometer chip, and other news in... Margin