On the latest episode of AppleInsider’s “This Week in Apple,” we talked about Apple’s long-rumored launch of the MagSafe battery, dipped into why Apple’s Weather app won’t show the number 69, and discussed still more rumors about a future. iPad mini plus a MacBook Pro upgrade.
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Much of this week revolved around Apple’s launch of its MagSafe battery pack. The original battery pack has been rumored for a while, but Apple made it official this week with a release on July 19. We have delved into its reverse wireless charging support and how it differs from Qi magnetic batteries that are already in operation. The market.
We also saw a lot of interest in Apple’s Weather app, and not its Dark Sky acquisition. Instead, MKBHD shared how Weather was unable to display the temperature at 69 degrees. It turns out that Apple is a prude, but instead, the “limitation” is simply a conversion problem.
Finally, more rumors surfaced this week about Apple’s unannounced hardware. It appears that the iPad mini is slated for an update this fall, the 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros will feature 1080P cameras, and a larger iMac M1 is in the works.
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