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Next iPad Pro Might Feature Large Glass Apple Logo to Allow Wireless Charging

Bloomberg's Mark Gurman and Debby Wu last year reported that Apple had tested a new iPad Pro with a glass back for wireless charging capabilities. In a recent edition of his newsletter, Gurman said he expects the new iPad Pro to be released in 2022. While the new iPad Pro is still on track to feature wireless charging, 9to5Mac's Filipe Espósito today reported that Apple may have ultimately scrapped the glass back design after testing due to concerns over breakability. Citing sources familiar ...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Bloomberg, Mark Gurman, 9to5mac.com, Gurman, iPad Pro 12.9, Filipe Espósito, Debby Wu, iPad Pro 11


Apple Rumored to Launch Lower-Priced 24-Inch and 27-Inch External Displays: What to Expect

Since the Thunderbolt Display was discontinued in 2016, Apple has not offered a consumer-oriented external display. Apple did release the Pro Display XDR in 2019, but it is aimed at professionals and costs a hefty $4,999. Fortunately, rumors suggest that Apple is developing two new lower-priced external displays that will be more suitable for everyday users. A new version of the Pro Display XDR with an Apple silicon chip is also said to be in development. Heading into 2022, we've rounded up ...
Tags: Apple, Bloomberg, United States, Lg, Mark Gurman, Lcds, Gurman, Filipe Espósito, Ross Young


Apple Says High Power Mode on 16-Inch MacBook Pro With M1 Max Designed for Tasks Like Color Grading 8K ProRes Video

As we previously reported, we've received confirmation from Apple that 16-inch MacBook Pro models configured with an M1 Max chip feature a new High Power Mode that is designed to maximize performance during intensive, sustained workloads. We've since come across a document from Apple that indicates users will be able to enable High Power Mode in System Preferences on a 16-inch MacBook Pro with an M1 Max chip running macOS Monterey. In the document, Apple says that High Power Mode will provide...
Tags: Apple, Featured, Macbook, Monterey, Gpu, 16, Filipe Espósito, Steve Moser, High Power Mode, MacBook Pro 14" &, Apple Says High Power Mode


New Beats Fit Pro Headphones Revealed in iOS 15.1 Beta

Apple today unveiled third-generation AirPods with a similar design as the AirPods Pro and several new features, but those likely aren't the only new headphones launching soon, as MacRumors contributor Steve Moser has found images of unreleased Beats Fit Pro earbuds in the iOS 15.1 Release Candidate seeded earlier today. The images reveal that the Beats Fit Pro will look similar to the Beats Studio Buds that were unveiled back in June, with the new headphones appearing to feature a completely...
Tags: Beats, Filipe Espósito, Steve Moser


Chrome 94 Beta Adds WebGPU API With Support For Apple's Metal

An anonymous reader quotes a report from 9to5Mac, written by Filipe Esposito: Google this week announced the beta release of Chrome 94, the next update to Google's desktop web browser. In addition to general improvements, the update also adds support for the new WebGPU API, which comes to replace WebGL and can even access Apple's Metal API. As described by Google in a blog post, WebGPU is a new, more advanced graphics API for the web that is able to access GPU hardware, resulting in better perfo...
Tags: Apple, Google, Tech, Gpu, Filipe Espósito


Patently-O Bits and Bytes by Juvan Bonni

Recent Headlines in the IP World: Mallory Hackett: AliveCor Aims to Ban Sales of Apple Smartwatches, Claiming Patent Infringement (Source: MobiHealthNews) Dom Amato: Patently Confusing: Vermont Businesswoman Testifies on Tricky US Patent System (Source: WCAX) Sean Silcoff: IP Experts Say Ottawa’s Proposed Regulations Could Harm Their Business and Drive Up Patent Costs for Domestic Innovators (Source: The Globe and Mail) Joff Wild: Aon’s $400m IP Fund; Nokia Seals Major Lenovo deal; LG Touts ...
Tags: Apple, Supreme Court, Law, US, Uspto, Globe, Vermont, Patent, Ottawa, Brad, Aon, Charles Duan, Macek, Filipe Espósito, Juvan Bonni, Mallory Hackett


Shh! Apple's Always-On HomePod Can Be Muted for Privacy

By their very nature smart speakers need to constantly listen to you, but having a machine directly linked to a major corporation when it could be harvesting private information feels like an invasion of privacy. All of the major manufacturers of smart speakers claim that you aren't really being listened to, not in the way that everyone seems to fear, but to assuage these fears, there are mute functions for the microphones in many smart speakers, and now we seem to have confirmation that Apple'...
Tags: Apple, Siri, Amazon Echo, Esposito, HomePod, Filipe Espósito


Shh! Apple's Always-On HomePod To Boast a Mute Button

By their very nature smart speakers need to constantly listen to you, but having a machine directly linked to a major corporation when it could be harvesting private information feels like an invasion of privacy. All of the major manufacturers of smart speakers claim that you aren't really being listened to, not in the way that everyone seems to fear, but to assuage these fears, there are mute functions for the microphones in many smart speakers, and now we seem to have confirmation that Apple'...
Tags: Apple, Siri, Amazon Echo, Esposito, HomePod, Filipe Espósito