In this month's edition of AppleVis Unleashed, Thomas Domville, Randy Rusnak, and Mike Malarsie discuss recent Apple news and other topics of interest. Topics featured in this podcast include:
- Post Discussion on the Apple Far Out Event (00:11:42)
- Apple October Event: New iPad Pro, iPad 10, M2 Macs, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura (00:22:55)
- Thoughts on the iOS 16 and other iOS News (00:29:56)
- iPhone hardware subscription service still in the works by Apple, could launch later this year (00:40:50)
- Apple Pay Later could be delayed to 2023 as it faces ‘significant technical and engineering challenges’ (00:44:08)
- Mailbag (00:46:24)
- What's in this month AppleVis News (01:00:21)
- Here’s everything Apple announced at its ‘Far Out’ iPhone event
- Upcoming Apple product announcements could come as press releases, not an October Event
- Apple October Event: New iPad Pro, iPad 10, M2 Macs, iPadOS 16, and macOS Ventura
- What's New in iOS 16 Accessibility for Blind and Deafblind users
- The Accessibility Bugs Introduced and Resolved in iOS 16 for Blind and Low Vision Users
- Apple Releases iOS 16.0.2 With Bug Fixes for iPhone 14 Pro Camera Vibration, Copy/Paste Issue and More
- Apple Releases iOS 12.5.6 Update for Older iPhones and iPads With Vulnerability Fixes
- iPhone hardware subscription service still in the works by Apple, could launch later this year
- Apple Pay Later could be delayed to 2023 as it faces ‘significant technical and engineering challenges’
- Three Apple headsets reportedly in development, first product to be called ‘Apple Reality Pro’
- Pitch Black A Dusk light Story
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A thomas can you please with sugar on top put the name of the big habbery charger you got from amazon. Amazon is going to do a october deal prime would like to see it. Please. If someone talks to Thomas let him know to respons. Second time I ask. Thanks.
The question is why the battery chargers are not accessible. How hard can it be to ad a tone to them. Talk about having accessibility issues why we had not push those companies that make battery chargers such as Anker and so to make them accessible. How spensive can it be to ad a tone or haptic?