Apple Top Stories: AirPods Max Review, Apple Fitness+Launched, Rumors About iPhone 13 & Apple TV

 

The Apple World has been buzzing with activities with new releases, new features, improvements and updates in software and hardware.

AirPods Max

The new AirPods Max over-ear headphones, with its excellent design, has great sound quality. Its active noise cancellation is at par or better than its rivals. It’s comfortable to wear and the company says that the weight has been distributed to reduce pressure on the head.

Apple Fitness+

The new Apple Fitness+ App was launched on Apple watches and videos can be synced with some iPhones or iPads. It has a  monthly subscription service of $9.99 or yearly $79.99. It guides users workouts, and studio style  with exercise videos.

iOS 14.3

The newest upgrade has several features including ProRAW image format support, a TV+ tab, many new features in the Health App. For iPads, a much-missed feature, deleting mails on the Magic Keyboard using Delete key, has been restored. Apple Watch has a new Cardio fitness feature.

iPhone 13 Pro Models with LTPO Tech

Two iPhone 13 models will adapt low-power LTPO technology, using OLED displays with a 120Hz refresh rate. Power efficiency will increase, so would battery life and there would be an “always-on” display. From 2017, iPad Pro models have had a 120 Hz refresh rate.

New Apple TV

A next generation Apple TV is rumored to be released in 2021. It could possibly have a version of the A12 chip to improve performance. A gaming controller may also be added.

 

Source  Mac Rumors

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