iPad Pro in Fall, Missing iPhones, Baseball Night, Oscar
Apple Stock News: iPad Pro With ‘M2’ Chip and MagSafe Charging Likely to Launch in Fall 2022
Apple Stock News: Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman expects the next iPad Pro model to launch this fall. Gurman speculated in his “Power On” newsletter that since Apple didn’t unveil a new iPad Pro at its “Peek Performance” event this month, So it’s reasonable to expect the new model to arrive between September and November this year. Gurman’s projections seem to imply a longer launch time for the iPad Pro this year, assuming it could be as long as 19 months after the current model. That also means the current 2021 PiPad Pros could be one of the longest-running models ever.
Gurman confirmed that he expects the new iPad Pro models to feature MagSafe charging and an “M2” chip. The M2 chip is expected to have the same performance as the M1 but will benefit from increased speed and efficiency thanks to TSMC’s 4-nanometer process. It is also rumored to have an additional GPU core, with 9- and 10-core GPU options, higher than the 7- and 8-core GPU options found in the M1 chip.
Apple Stores Will Decline to Repair iPhones Reported as Missing
According to an internal memo obtained by MacRumors, Apple Store and Apple authorized service providers will be alerted if customers report missing iPhones in the GSMA device registry when they are carrying a device to be repaired. The GSMA Device Registry is a global database designed to allow customers to report the loss of their devices when they are lost or stolen. Devices in the database are identified by their unique IMEI number. The IMEI of the iPhone has listed under General> About in the Settings app. If Apple technicians see a message in their internal MobileGenius or GS X systems indicating that the device has been reported missing, they will be instructed to refuse repairs, according to a memo shared on Monday. The new policy should help reduce the number of stolen iPhones taken to Apple for repairs.
Friday Night Baseball Coming to Apple TV +
Friday night baseball will debut on Apple TV + on April 8. On April 8, Apple will air the New York Mets game against the Washington Nationals at 7:00 pm Et, followed by the Houston Astros game against the Los Angeles Angels at 9:30 p.m. pm Et. The games will be open to fans in eight countries, including the United States, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Puerto Rico, South Korea, and the United Kingdom.
MLB fans will be able to watch two consecutive games on Friday nights each week this season, including pre-game and post-game shows. The games can be accessed by anyone through the Apple TV app or website without an Apple TV + subscription. Apple TV + subscribers in the United States and Canada also have access to 24/7 live, which includes MLB game results, news and analysis, highlights, classic games, and MLB-themed original content and on-demand programming.
Apple TV + Movie ‘CODA’ Wins Best Picture at 2022 Oscars
The Apple TV + movie “CODA” won the best picture at the 94th Academy Awards, becoming the first film from a streaming service to win the award. The cast and crew of “CODA” have also won multiple Academy Awards. Troy Kotsur became the first deaf-mute actor to win an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor, while CODA writer-director Sian Heder won the best-adapted screenplay category. Apple acquired the rights to “CODA” for a reported $ 25 million after the film premiered at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival. The film, produced by Vendome Pictures and Pathé, has been streaming on Apple TV + since August 2021.
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