We look at how Apple’s planned obsolescence means that many devices won’t be compatible with this fall’s new operating systems; even devices that are being sold right now.
- EU Reaches Agreement to Force iPhone and AirPods to Adopt USB-C by Fall 2024
- USB-C and Thunderbolt: Understanding Ports and Cables for Macs and iPads
- Germany launches antitrust investigation over App Tracking Transparency
- Apple Pay Later will use Apple IDs to help detect fraud
- Apple’s Planned Obsolescence: iOS 16, macOS Ventura Drop Support for Many Models
- Stage Manager controversy won’t go away, and Apple can still fix it
- Some iOS 16 features require an iPhone XS or newer; here they are
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