Apple announces WWDC 2021 for June 7th and overhauls the selection of Siri voices with iOS 14.5 beta 6. There are also rumors of matte black iPhone 13s and a new rugged Apple Watch. Plus, the Apple TV remote leaks weren’t quite as they first seemed.
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Bloomberg: Apple 'considering' new Apple Watch model with rugged casing, aimed at athletes
Rumor: New matte black color option for iPhone 13 Pro, LiDAR-enhanced Portrait mode
Leaker suggests AirTags could cost around $39 and be smaller than a Tile Pro
Apple releases iOS 14.4.2 and iOS 12.5.2 to fix critical security vulnerability
Stanford study finds Apple Watch can accurately assess ‘frailty’ using activity data
Apple references unreleased iOS 15 and macOS 12 updates in WebKit code
Concept: 50+ ways Apple could refine the iPhone experience with iOS 15
Photos: Apple Downtown Nashville celebrates grand opening
Apple expanding Independent Repair Provider program to over 200 new countries
Apple developing new Remote for the next-generation Apple TV
Apple A15 chip for iPhone 13 will reportedly start production in May, 4nm chips in 2022
WWDC 2021 officially announced, iOS 15 expected
You can now use your iPhone or Apple Watch as a contactless ticket for entry to Disney parks
Show your developer pride with some WWDC21 wallpapers & watch faces
With WWDC confirmed, catch up on our iOS 15, macOS 12, and watchOS 8 concepts here
This week on 9to5Mac's Happy Hour, Apple welcomes a new corporate communications chief, as the company draws criticism for a new high-profile hire. Zac and Benjamin also cover the latest in smart home Matters, AirTag hacks, and look forward to watchOS 8.
There’s a flurry of rumors this week about a new premium 'HiFi' tier for Apple Music and some disappointing news about the iPad mini. Zac and Benjamin also go hands-on with the AirTag, and Apple execs head to the courtroom.
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This week 9to5Mac's Zac Hall and Benjamin Mayo apologize for Apple Podcast's issues, explore the launch of App Tracking Transparency and the big new features in Apple's just released software updates. Then, they discuss the rumored software updates coming at WWDC.
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