There's news about the cameras in the forthcoming iPhone 15, while developers now have a fourth iOS 17 beta, and the 15-inch MacBook Air may be a flop — all on the latest AppleInsider Podcast.
We won't know until all of Apple's Back to School promotions are over, but so far there is word that the 15-inch MacBook Air isn't selling half as well as Apple expected. Or to be more accurate, it is selling half as well — one report says sales are 50% below predictions.
Then Apple could be facing lower sales for the iPhone 15 range if rumors of the cost going up are true. But fortunately there's also good news for the base models of the iPhone 15, as they are now expected to get 48mp cameras.
It's also time to see what's new in iOS 14 beta 4, and someone has some things to say about docks.
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Links from the show
- Apple rolls out iOS 16.6 and iPadOS 16.6
- Everything new in iOS 17 beta 4
- iPhone 15 could have a upgraded camera lens and wider aperture
- Anker 643 USB-C to USB-C Cable (Flow, Silicone) - Anker US
- New MacBook Air demand is half Apple's expectation
- Twitter has now rebranded as 'X'
- MagSafe Charger, Anker 3-in-1 Cube
- Mapper for Safari on the App Store
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