The long-rumored Apple Car may have doors that prevent passengers from being hit by another vehicle as they exit the car, while an in-car VR system could have added features to minimize the chance of motion sickness.
The Apple Car may alert drivers to chips and cracks in the windshield and other windows, with a system that uses infrared light to determine if there are any issues with the glass, as well as giving an early warning to prevent small cracks getting larger.
Apple's AirPods could automatically adjust its audio to make the wearer more aware of their surroundings and any potential dangers in the future, with Apple considering how its personal audio accessories to function in safer ways in situations such as cycling on a busy road.
A future version of the Apple Watch could spread its antennas throughout the wearable device's body, including adhering some relating to wireless connectivity on the back casing, to improve the quality of reception.
Apple refreshed the iMac lineup, Phil Schiller is now an Apple Fellow while Greg Joswiak is promoted to marketing SVP, Microsoft is in talks to acquire TikTok, all this week, on the AppleInsider Podcast.
A future version of the iPhone could have a display that wraps around the body of the device, or the iPhone body could be rounder in shape, with Apple examining new ways to create a display that can be installed on a curved surface.
Apple's AR headset or "Apple Glass" smart glasses may offer realistic sound effects to go with its digital imagery laid over a real-world view, by accurately reproducing a sound in such a way that it matches where the sound would come from in 3D space.
A prominent leaker has cast doubt on rumors that a 2020 iMac update will take place this week, instead suggesting that the product refresh is more likely to take place in August, though without any major redesigns.
Leakers on Twitter are claiming a new Intel-based iMac could be unveiled this week, but minus the radical design change that has been predicted with that waiting for the introduction of Apple Silicon systems.
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A new supplier has reportedly entered Apple's supply chain, with the company providing "super-thin" circuitboards vital to the mini LED backlight technology said to be coming to a wide array of Apple products soon.
Apple's 2021 "iPhone 13" models may not include support for both high-band and low-band 5G connectivity, a report claims, with the future models potentially shipping with compatibility for either the extremely fast mmWave or the more resilient sub-6GHz spectrum.
TSMC is getting closer to finalizing a 3-nanometer process that could be used on Apple's A-series or Apple Silicon chips that will be produced in 2022, with a report doubling down on rumors the chip foundry reportedly gearing up to start risk production of processors using the process in 2021.
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