Apple fulfilled its promise to launch its iPhone in November, and activated it this week. Emergency SOS via Satellite iPhone 14 service and iPhone 14 Pro models available in the U.S. and Canada, and many more countries to come.
Some new additions were also made this week iOS 16.2 As it goes through beta testing, we witnessed fresh rumors about the iPhone 15 next year as it was being launched to the public. and Leaked photos of an unreleased “Magic Charger” Apple. Apple.
Apple’s new product is under test Emergency SOS via Satellite Feature
All four iPhone 14 models are compatible with a new version of iOS Emergency SOS via Satellite The feature allows the devices and satellites to be connected directly, allowing users to send texts to emergency services even when they are out of range. and Wi-Fi coverage. The U.S. launch of the service. and Canada this week and The first two years are free.
Emergency SOS via Satellite A demo mode is available in the Settings app. This allows us to use the feature without actually calling emergency services. Take a look at our hands-on video.
Apple has confirmed that the service will soon be available in the UK and Three additional European countries were added to the list in December.
Kuo: iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus will have slower USB-C ports than Pro Models
According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 15 Pro models will have a USB-C port that supports Thunderbolt 3 or USB 3.2. This will allow for wired data transfers to be performed at a significantly faster rate than the Lightning-equipped iPhones.
The standard iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus is expected to include a USB-C port. Kuo indicated that those devices will continue to be limited to USB 2.0 speeds of up 480 Mbps.
iOS 16.2 Wallpapers that are not accessible and Notifications regarding Always-On Display
Beginning with iOS 16.2Beta version currently available and iPhone 14 Pro users can hide wallpapers, with the release expected to occur in December and Notifications in Always On display mode This causes the Lock Screen to have a solid, black appearance in Always On mode. It is similar to many Android smartphones.
The iOS 16.2 beta is the new “Show Wallpaper” and “Show Notifications” toggles are located in the Settings app under Display & Brightness → Always On Display.
Images of unreleased Apple Magic Charger Surface Online
Images of the MagSafe accessory, yet to be released “Apple Magic Charger” Over the past few weeks, several images of the accessory have been posted online. Apple has apparently decided not to release the accessory.
This accessory is made of an aluminum square and has an embedded MagSafe charger. It can be pushed vertically out. It is similar to Apple’s discontinued iPhone Lightning Dock.
Apple to Hold Black Friday Event Beginning November 25
Apple’s annual four day shopping event, which runs from Black Friday to Cyber Monday, begins November 25 in the U.S. and Canada. It will run for four days, starting on November 25 in Australia, France, Spain, Italy, Spain, Germany, Australia. and Many other countries.
Customers can get a free Apple gift certificate when they purchase a qualifying product. This includes any iPhone 13 model or the second-generation AirPods Pro. For more deals, check out our Black Friday roundup and This is a summary of all the most popular deals that are currently available.
iOS 16.2 iPhone to Get These 8 New Features in December
iOS 16.2 Beta testing is currently underway and It is expected that the update will be made available to the public by December. Many new features are included in the update. and Apple’s new Freeform whiteboard app is just one example of changes made for the iPhone.
We’ve collected eight new features that will be coming to the iPhone. iOS 16.2This includes two new Lock Screen widgets by Apple, improvements to Live Activities and a revamped home app. and more.
We publish an email newsletter each week that highlights the top Apple stories. It’s a great way for a quick recap of the week covering all the main topics. and For a bigger picture view, tie together stories from different sources.