Apple has released new firmware for both versions of AirPods Pro 2.
Contrary to rumors, Apple has not yet moved its lineup of Mac input accessories to USB-C, but it's still going to happen sooner rather than later.
Apple's replacement of the charging port on the iPhone 15 with USB-C will require some user charging changes, but your old AC adapters, batteries, and cables aren't trash. Here's what you need to know.
Apple will refresh many iPhone accessories as it shifts to USB-C, a prominent leaker insists, with the MagSafe Battery Pack and MagSafe Duo on the docket.
A new social media post has dramatically exclaimed that Apple employees will tell customers that Lightning charging cables aren't going to work with the iPhone 15. This is completely true, of course, and should be expected.
With the switch from Lightning to USB-C charging all but certain, a new rumor says that Apple will use it to enable 35W charging on some iPhone 15 models, cutting the time needed for a recharge.
Following a dubious leak of an image showing USB-C charging components for the iPhone 15 range, another leaker has produced an image that appears more likely to be accurate.
An image purporting to show USB-C connectors for the iPhone 15 range has been leaked, further backing up claims that the Lightning port will go.
The all-new Native Union Belt Cable Duo stands on its own as the only Apple-certified Lightning cable that can also be used as a USB-C cable with your other devices.