With WWDC around the corner, techies around the world will be happy to munch on any credible leak regarding Apple’s upcoming products and designs. Well, a few “accidental leaks” from Apple have tech enthusiasts very upset about the direction the Cupertino-based tech giant is taking.
Apple has “accidentally” published a new support document on its website that hints at the existence of a new dual-port USB-C charger that users can use to charge an iPhone or an iPad, as well as additional accessories such as the Apple Watch or Apple Watch can one of their myriad AirPods.
Since Apple no longer ships a charging brick with the iPhone and sells the charging brick at an additional cost, they need to build in support for fast charging to make this charging brick more lucrative for the customer.
However, this new charger isn’t nearly as exciting as the recent leak. In a report published by 9to5Mac, Apple’s new beta version of iOS 15.5 points to improved Focus and News functionality. Although this will not be available for older devices, the newer Apple devices will receive these updates.
One of the most important changes in these updates is the fact that Apple may integrate satellite calling into the iPhone 14 or its later offerings. The same type of satellite connection could also be included in the upcoming Apple Watch.
If implemented, this will be a huge step forward for mobile connectivity as no other Android device currently offers this functionality. And, as history has taught us on numerous occasions, when Apple introduces new features, chances are other manufacturers will follow suit within a year.
As every year with Apple, expect that some of these features will be exclusive to the iPhone 14 range, even after iOS 16 is officially launched. Given that the new iPhone 14 is said to be very similar to the iPhone 13, both in terms of looks and performance, Apple will be able to convince many people to upgrade just by these features.
With WWDC still a few months away, we can safely expect more accidental leaks like this to come in the coming weeks.
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