2020 iPhone SE combines a familiar face with new technology for $399


The 2020 iPhone SE has finally landed after a lengthy wait.
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Apple on Wednesday unveiled its long-awaited iPhone SE refresh for 2020. The latest model packs new technologies, including an A13 Bionic chip, into a form factor that’s familiar to any iPhone fan.

The new iPhone SE also offers up to 256GB of storage, Touch ID, and wireless charging. You can order yours from Friday, April 17, starting at $399. It makes its official debut on Friday, April 24.

Apple readies new headphones, AirPods X; plans to ‘phase out Beats’


Is this the beginning of the end for the Beats brand?
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Apple is readying new over-ear headphones and “AirPods X” for 2020 as it plans to slowly “phase out Beats,” a tipster claimed Tuesday.

We could see the company’s new over-ear headphones during the online-only Worldwide Developers Conference this June. However, the company’s sportier take on AirPods is expected to come in the fall. Currently, Apple is supposedly working to clear out Beats inventory.

See what the 2020 iPad Pro looks like on your desk with the magic of AR


The 2020 iPad Pro looks good anywhere.
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The first 2020 iPad Pro orders will start reaching customers next Wednesday, March 25. You don’t need to wait that long to see what it will look like on your desk, complete with amazing Magic Keyboard, however.

Using the power of augmented reality, Apple can put a virtual iPad Pro anywhere in your home. But be warned: If you didn’t already want a 2020 iPad Pro, you will after you see one right in front of you.

Apple Mask Pro concept counters coronavirus concerns with laughs


The pinnacle of mask technology.
Photo: Justin Ciappara

The global coronavirus outbreak is wreaking havoc on iPhone sales, but one Apple fan thinks Apple should turn its attention to the booming surgical facemask market with its own solution. Meet the Apple Mask.

Graphic designer Justin Ciappara whipped up this hilarious Apple Mask concept that perfectly hits all the Apple cliches. You’ve probably never seen a surgical mask that looks this good. And of course, it’s got a big price tag to match.

Check out the different options:

How to restore a previous version of that Mac document you messed up


With Time Machine versions, you can recover old versions of Mac documents.
Did you delete an old version of an important Mac document? All is not lost.
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Have you ever ruined an essay by over-editing it? Did you ever mistakenly delete a huge chunk of a report, and not realize it until days later? Maybe you thought you’d saved another copy of that important document, but your Mac seems to have swallowed it. No problem, because your Mac saves versions of your documents as you go, and lets you browse and restore them. And it’s all built in to — yes — Time Machine.

iPhone 12’s big Wi-Fi upgrade could pave the way for Apple Glasses


Apple glasses
Is that what 802.11ay Wi-Fi is really all about?
Photo: Martin Hajek

The next-generation Wi-Fi technology rumored to be coming to this year’s iPhone lineup could be used primarily to connect your Apple Glasses, a new report suggests.

The 802.11ay standard promises lightning-fast speeds and stellar connectivity, but it probably won’t replace the Wi-Fi standards you’re already familiar with in most cases.

How to turn your old Apple devices into quick cash


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Cult of Mac can help you get the best price.
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Now that the holidays are out of the way, Apple’s newest devices are readily available everywhere (unless you want AirPods Pro). If you’re planning to upgrade, or you’ve already upgraded your iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch for 2020, turn your old devices into quick cash today.

Your aging Apple gadgets could be worth a small fortune — and Cult of Mac wants to buy them! We typically pay more than other trade-in services, and we won’t leave you waiting forever for your money.