Apple released the sixth beta version of iOS 15, Apple also expected to host multiple Apple events this year with M1X MacBook Pro can come till November, as well as their are various news from the side of Apple also like Apple Secretly Had a ‘Double Agent’ in the iPhone Leaker Community and Future MacBook Models Could Feature a Removable Key That Works as a Mouse along with this a email leaked which reveals about Apple’s plans for iPhone Nano, and their are also some renders of Apple Watch Series 7. Here’s our Roundup
Multiple Apple Events Expected and M1X MacBook Pros by November
The Apple Fall 2021 event (or events) has yet to be announced. Some rumors suggest that Apple will only hold one virtual event this fall, its path in 2017 and 2019. I hope this isn’t the case. Apple can hold two events: one focused on mobile devices, including the next round of best iPhones, and another on new Macs, including the successor to the 16-inch MacBook Pro (2019).
As for the highly anticipated MacBook Pros featuring mini-LED displays, updated designs, and the M1X Apple silicon chip. The first event of the fall in September will likely include the new iPhones, Apple Watches, and AirPods, while the new iPads and possible updates to some of the company’s services could be reserved for a second event, with the final event of the season in November being focused on Apple silicon Macs and M1X Apple silicon chip.
iOS 15 Beta 6
Apple released the sixth beta of iOS 15 just a week after the fifth beta, but the new update brings some of the most significant tweaks that we’ve seen to iOS 15 during the beta testing period. Apple in iOS 15 beta 6 has added a toggle to move the Safari address bar to the top of the interface, which returns Safari to an iOS 14-like design and mitigates all of the Safari changes introduced in earlier betas. SharePlay is no longer functional in the sixth beta of iOS 15, because Apple has temporarily removed it.
Member of iPhone leaks community was acting as a spy
A member of an iPhone leaks community that shares the early designs and leaks the specifications of the phone ahead of its launch was serving as a spy for Apple. As per a Motherboard report, Andrey Shumeyko was a member of the iPhone, iOS leaks community. The report reveals that he had put Apple information and stolen devices for sale on platforms like Twitter and Discord. However, he did something more about which the other leakers were completely unaware.
Steve Jobs Email Reveals Apple Planned iPhone Nano
An email sourced by The Verge from Apple founder Steve Jobs reveals that the company had plans to launch an iPhone “Nano” that was a miniature-sized version of the Apple iPhone at the time. The email from 2010 reveals that Steve Jobs and Apple design chief Jony Ive were cooking up an iPhone Nano in 2010. This was at a time when the iPhone itself had a small 3.5-inch display. In 2010, the Apple iPhone 4 was the latest iPhone that came with a small 2.5-inch display.
The report in The Verge says that the iPhone Nano was indeed rumoured back in 2011, in order to provide a smaller and cheaper alternative to the top-of-the-line iPhone 4 at the time. While Apple never released the product, the recently-found email from Jobs does confirm that the iPhone “nano” was indeed conceptualised. The email doesn’t reveal much about the iPhone Nano.
Apple Watch Series 7 CAD renders
The new CAD renders are in line with the earlier render images of the Apple Watch Series 7. A look at the images suggests a completely overhauled design, that now comes with a more boxy look this time, doing away with the rounded edges seen on the previous iterations. The new CAD images have been shared by 91mobiles in a new report citing industry sources.
The images show the Apple Watch Series 7 with flat sides, eliminating the curve on the frame as seen on previous Apple Watch models. The new model carries the same placement of components as before. This includes a Digital Crown for navigation, a microphone, and a selection button on the right edge of the smartwatch. On the left, there are two large speaker slits. The back of the Apple Watch Series 7 will come with the usual heart-rate monitor and other sensors.
Apple patents keyboard with removable keys
A newly discovered Apple patent indicates that the company might be planning to introduce a removeable key in the keyboard of future MacBooks that can act as a mouse.
The new Apple patent describes various mechanical ways through which the filing could come alive. Apple could incorporate a sliding mechanism for single or multiple keys out of the housing vertically as well as horizontally. Moreover, the patent describes a key that is situated on the edge of the keyboard so it is not the one that users would often use.
Apple files a plethora of patents and it is not necessary that the invention described would see daylight. As for now, the company is expected to announce new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models later this year with a redesigned body and numerous other features.