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What to Expect From Apple’s 10th-Generation Low-Cost iPad: Updated Chip, USB-C and Major Design Changes

Apple is working on an updated version of its low-cost iPad, with the new tablet set to come out later in 2022. The entry-level ‌iPad‌ has always been something of an afterthought as it isn’t often updated with new features, but rumors suggest there’s a big redesign in the works. This guide highlights everything that …

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Deals: Apple’s M2 MacBook Air Hits Best-Ever Prices Thanks to $100 Discount at B&H Photo

Apple’s new M2 MacBook Air has begun seeing some of its first notable discounts on B&H Photo today, including markdowns on both 256GB and 512GB models. Amazon did have the 256GB model on sale earlier, but it quickly expired, so B&H Photo is currently the only major retailer with the sale. Note: MacRumors is an …

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Refreshed Low-Cost iPad and M2 iPad Pro Said to Launch at October Apple Event

Apple plans to announce a new low-cost iPad and an updated iPad Pro with the M2 Apple silicon chip and possible MagSafe charging capabilities during an event currently scheduled for October of this year, according to a post from the account “yeux1122” on the Korean blog Naver, citing sources. The account has been the source …

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AirPods Pro 2: Five New Features and Improvements to Expect

Apple’s second-generation AirPods Pro are finally nearing launch, with a release expected later this year. If you are considering upgrading to the new AirPods Pro once they are released, keep reading for a list of five new features to expect. In addition to all-new features, the second-generation AirPods Pro will likely adopt some features added …

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Top Stories: New Battery Percentage Icon in iOS 16, USB-C AirPods Rumor, and More

This week brought some shocking news for iOS 16 beta testers, with Apple bringing back the iPhone battery percentage to the status bar after a number of years. Other news and rumors this week included word that Apple has started recording portions of its media event planned for next month to introduce the iPhone 14 …

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Everything Rumored for Apple’s September Event: iPhone 14, Apple Watch Pro and More

There’s just about a month to go until Apple holds its annual September event focusing on new iPhone and Apple Watch models. We thought we’d take a quick look at everything that’s rumored for Apple’s September event to give MacRumors readers a rundown on what to expect when the first fall event rolls around. The …

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‘Paid what they’re supposed to get paid’: Dana White’s UFC fighter pay comments under fire, including from Jake Paul

It seems any time UFC fighter pay is brought up, Jake Paul is going to be right there to bee a thorn in Dana White’s side. UFC president White was asked bout how much the promotion pays its fighters in a recent Q&A with GQ. By now, it should come as no surprise that YouTuber-turned-boxer …

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Apple Not Expecting Drop in iPhone Demand, Asks Suppliers to Make 90 Million iPhone 14 Units

Apple is not anticipating a drop in iPhone sales in 2022 amid an overall smartphone market slowdown, reports Bloomberg. The Cupertino company is expecting continued strong demand for the ‌iPhone‌ and has asked suppliers to make 90 million iPhone 14 models, which is on par with iPhone 13 manufacturing in the same time period last …

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