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We roundup the features coming iPhone 15 Pro and Max! Plus: a new 15.5-inch MacBook is INCOMING, and don’t forget to update the software on your MagSafe cable!

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This week's stories

What to expect from the redesigned, faster iPhone 15 in 2023

  • Apple has used the same basic iPhone chassis design for three years, and the company’s previous practices indicate it’s time for a change. A tipster says we can expect rounded edges in place of the current square ones. But no images or CAD drawings showing the exact changes have emerged yet.


Apple supposedly will use titanium in at least one of the Pro models. 15.5-inch MacBook Air could arrive in April

  • A super-size MacBook Air is supposedly right around the corner. An analyst who’s built a solid reputation for accurately predicting Apple products says the next macOS notebook will be out in six weeks or so.


We're giving away five 360 Rotating Universal Tablet Stand from Lululook.

  • Made of aluminum with a heavy-duty base, this stable tablet stand can hold everything from an iPad Pro to a iPhone (plus Android devices -- boo!).


Don’t forget to update the software on your MagSafe cable

  • Apple issued an important software update recently — and we’re not talking for iPhone, Mac, iPad or Apple Watch. It’s 2023, so it’s for something way more esoteric: a power cable.
  • Yes, the USB-C to MagSafe 3 Cable comes with a tiny computer inside of it that needs software updates, for some inscrutable reason.


King Charles coronation logo created by iPhone designer

  • The official logo for King Charles III's coronation, which will show up at street parties and on social media and souvenirs, has been revealed by Buckingham Palace.
  • It has been created by Sir Jony Ive, known for his innovative designs of Apple gadgets, including the iPhone.


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