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Apple’s custom 5G modem for iPhones to debut in 2025


Apple 5G modem chip
Apple is hard at work on its 5G modem.
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According to TF International Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple’s 5G modem will debut in 2025. The Cupertino giant has been working on its in-house modem for a few years now.

Qualcomm currently supplies Apple with 5G basebands for its entire product lineup. But the company knows Apple is developing its own cellular modem, and it will be ready sooner than later.

Today in Apple history: iPod shows it has life after iPhone


The first iPod touch, released in 2007.
Apple released three new iPods, including the first iPod touch, in 2007.
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5SeptSeptember 5, 2007: Apple introduces its first new iPods after the release of the iPhone. The lineup includes the third-gen iPod nano, the newly renamed iPod Classic and — most significantly — the debut of the iPod touch.

In doing so, Apple sets out to demonstrate that there is still plenty of life left in the iconic portable music player.

iPhone and iPad apps will go automatically into Apple Vision Pro App Store


Apple Vision Pro applications
Vision Pro won't suffer from a lack of software if Apple has anything to do with it ... and it does.
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There certainly will not be a dearth of apps for the Vision Pro when it launches — Apple said Tuesday that every compatible iOS and iPadOS application will be automatically listed in an upcoming App Store for the AR headset.

That means there’ll be “hundreds of thousands” of apps for Vision Pro at its debut early next year, according to Apple.

Today in Apple history: $200 iPhone discount fuels fan backlash


First gen iPhone
The iPhone won plaudits. Its price reduction? Not so much.
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September 5: Today in Apple history: $200 iPhone price cut incurs fan backlash September 5, 2007: Just months after the first iPhone went on sale, Apple ditches its bottom-tier 4GB model and cuts the price of the 8GB version by $200.

A rare misstep (considering Apple’s usual mastery of the press), this tone-deaf PR move backfires immediately. Early adopters rage about shelling out premium prices for their first-generation iPhones. Fortunately, Apple makes good.

Will Apple’s ‘Wonderlust’ event bring lust-worthy iPhones? [The CultCast]


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Will the iPhone 15 and 15 Pro colors really look as drab as rumors indicate?
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Wonderlust 2023

This week on Cult of Mac’s podcast: Apple’s invite for the September 12 “Wonderlust” event offers potential clues about what to expect. Mostly it makes us wonder: Will Apple ever release an iPhone in a truly bold, lust-worthy color?

The main thing we can agree on is that it looks like the iPhone 15 colors might be more boring than usual.

Also on The CultCast:

  • We’ll miss Apple’s leather cases if the company really does pull the plug.
  • 3D printing with metal could be a game-changer for the manufacturing process. If anyone can do it, Apple can.
  • AirPods might receive the USB-C upgrade they deserve next month.

Listen to this week’s episode of The CultCast in the Podcasts app or your favorite podcast app. (Be sure to subscribe and leave us a review if you like it!) Or watch the video live stream, embedded below.

Apple sets ‘Wonderlust’ iPhone 15 event for September 12


Cropped version of the invitation to the Wonderlust special Apple Event, set for 10 a.m. Pacific on September 12, 2023.
Will Apple's "Wonderlust" event be wonderful?
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Wonderlust 2023

Apple sent out invites Tuesday to its annual September product launch event, which will happen September 12. The tagline is “Wonderlust,” so Apple is apparently hoping we’ll all be feeling both wonder and lust when it unveils the iPhone 15 series.

We’re also expecting to see the next generation of Apple Watch models.

Apple might release Thunderbolt cable for iPhone 15 Pro


New evidence points to high-speed Thunderbolt connector in iPhone 15
The USB-C port in the iPhone 15 series could be blazing fast.
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Good news for those hoping iPhone 15 Pro will support very high-speed data transfers: Images supposedly showing a Thunderbolt cable specifically for the iPhone 15 Pro and Pro Max just leaked out. This offers yet another indication that Apple’s next handsets will be able to move data at up to 40Gbps.

Whether the iPhone Thunderbolt cable will be released is open to question — it’s almost completely redundant.

Back in stock and on sale: Magnet keeps this slick silicone Apple Watch band in place


The comfy, secure band fits most occasions with its sleek look.
The comfy, secure band fits most occasions with its sleek look.
Photo: SwitchEasy

Apple Watch bands come in many materials, with each loved by legions of fans. Classic leather. Steel links. Canvas. Nylon. Ceramic. And, of course, silicone.

A great example of a comfortable, stylish, durable and convenient silicone band — now on sale in the Cult of Mac Store — is the SwitchEasy Skin Silicone Magnetic Apple Watch Band. The magnetic closure keeps it secure on your wrist, while getting it on or off is a snap.

It’s a hot seller, and we’ve now got all four colors back in stock and marked down by 20% to just $23.99.

Apple TV+ show shoots crucial episode on iPhone


Who killed the groom? Better have a look at the wedding videographer's footage.
Who killed the groom? Better have a look at the wedding videographer's footage.
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A TV director just revealed that he and his crew “got away with” using an iPhone to shoot much of an episode of murder-mystery comedy The Afterparty on Apple TV+.

Season 2, episode 8 of the show benefited from the sense of iPhone “found footage” because it takes place mostly during a wedding, so they took pains to make it look like some amateur shot it.