Mark your calendars and learn more about what we could learn at the big iPhone 14 event because, although it’s not yet official, it seems that we now have a date for the event.
As Apple begins to tighten things down before the iPhone event and a public release of iOS 16 next month, the sixth beta of iOS 16 was also released this week with further adjustments. Read on for all the information on the top news of the week since iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura are most likely not going to be released until October, which is probably for the best considering how unfinished they still appear to be.
Apple intends to have an event for the iPhone 14 on September 7th.
According to a rumour from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, Apple’s annual iPhone event will take place in a few short weeks on Wednesday, September 7 this year.
The Labor Day holiday in the United States is on Monday, September 5, thus Apple presumably shifted the event to Wednesday to give itself a one-day cushion. IPhone events are typically held on Tuesdays. Wednesday has already seen four iPhone-related incidents.
Everything Predicted for Apple’s September Event, Including the iPhone 14 and the Apple Watch Pro
At Apple’s September event, in addition to the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8, there may be additional announcements, such as the release date for iOS 16, among other things.
See our list of everything anticipated at Apple’s September event for the most recent speculations. Apple is also expected to have another event in October this year with an emphasis on iPad and Mac announcements, as it often does.
Comparing the Apple Watch Series 3 and Series 8: 20 Significant New Features and Changes to Expect
Users of the Apple Watch Series 3 may be contemplating upgrading to the Apple Watch Series 8, which is anticipated to be unveiled next month, given that the Series 3 is incompatible with watchOS 9.
We’ve compiled a list of 20 new features and improvements to anticipate for users who are contemplating upgrading from the Apple Watch Series 3 to the Series 8. Check out our comparison of the Apple Watch SE and Apple Watch Series 8.
Five New Features to Expect in AirPods Pro 2
The debut of Apple’s second-generation AirPods Pro is finally approaching; it is anticipated to occur later this year. Check out our list of five upcoming updates and new features if you’re thinking about switching to the new AirPods Pro when they’re launched.
The new AirPods Pro will probably integrate several capabilities that were initially brought to the third-generation AirPods last year in addition to some brand-new features.
New Battery Icon in Low Power Mode Introduced in iOS 16 Beta 6
Apple published the sixth beta of iOS 16 this week. The most recent beta mostly consists of bug fixes and minor background enhancements, but it does make a noticeable modification to the new battery % symbol when Low Power Mode is turned on in an iPhone.
In addition, Apple issued versions of iOS 15.6.1, iPadOS 15.6.1, and macOS 12.5.1, all of which included significant security updates for WebKit and kernel flaws. Apple said that upgrading is advised since it is aware of a report that the vulnerabilities may have been actively exploited.
MacOS Ventura Beta’s System Settings App is still plagued by UI problems
Even in recent beta versions, Apple’s revamped System Settings programme for macOS Ventura, which takes the place of System Preferences for macOS Monterey and older, still has a number of UI problems.
The System Settings app exhibits inconsistent use and unpredictable behaviour of common UI elements like dropdown menus and buttons, misaligned text and improperly sized windows, menu titles that are obscured by menu windows, misplaced content, and more, as pointed out by developer Niki Tonsky on Twitter.
By the time the update is made available later this year, macOS Ventura may have made enhancements to the System Settings app.