According to sources familiar with Apple's plans, the company may hold its much-anticipated event to unveil the iPhone 15 on Wednesday, September 13th. Rumor has it that mobile carriers have been instructing their employees not to take any days off on that particular date due to an imminent major smartphone announcement. While this doesn't guarantee that the announcement is Apple-related, it aligns with the company's tradition of holding iPhone events in September.
Apple's has added several interesting features to the Photos app, including Pet Recognition and Live Stickers. One of the most time-saving among these may be the new Crop button feature. This one-tap crop or quick crop has caught the attention of many users due to its ease of use and efficiency.
Apple's AirTag has become a common go-to for item tracking, and with the release of iOS 17 users can start sharing their AirTags with family and friends. Prior to this update, AirTags could only be used with a single Apple ID, which prevented sharing their location. With iOS 17 or later installed on iPhone, an AirTag can easily be shared to track items with Find My.
Apple's spatial computing platform includes a bevy of sensors and cameras to generate completely immersive AR and VR experiences for the user. Real-time processing and high-resolution image generation provides the illusion of app windows and objects entering the room.
Concerns are surfacing that the highly anticipated iPhone 15 lineup could face a delay in its launch this fall, potentially pushing the release to October instead of the usual September timeframe. The claim originates from a research note by Wamsi Mohan, an Apple stock analyst renowned for his financial predictions. Although he has successfully forecasted Apple's monetary conditions in the past, his record on predicting future plans for the tech giant has been less reliable.