In this release of insider information: iPhone 13 may lose all ports; iMac and Mac Pro will also be equipped with Apple Silicon M1 processors; dozens of Samsung smartphones will soon receive OneUI 3.0 based on Android 11.
iPhone 13 may lose all ports
According to authoritative network informant John Prosser, the flagship iPhone 13 smartphone, which will be presented next year, may become the first Apple mobile gadget completely devoid of physical ports. At the same time, Prosser notes that such a feature will not be characteristic of the entire iPhone 13 line, but only for certain models.
A similar assumption was made by the famous analyst Min Chi-Kuo at the end of last year.
iMac and Mac Pro will also be equipped with Apple Silicon M1 processors
After enthusiastic reviews from dozens of reputable IT publications that tested MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops, as well as a nettop on the Apple Silicon M1 platform, rumors emerged indicating that Apple plans to equip the older generation of iMac and Mac Pro computers with a more advanced ARM platform.
According to insiders, Apple is already working on a new Apple Silicon M2 processor, codenamed Jade, which was originally designed for desktops. According to preliminary information, its presentation will take place in the second half of 2021.
Dozens of Samsung smartphones will soon receive OneUI 3.0 based on Android 11
Recently, a beta test of the Samsung OneUI 3.0 user interface for the flagship devices of the Galaxy Note 20 series was completed in South Korea. Test firmware for the Galaxy S10 line was also released. It is now expected that a more active stage of testing the shell on other smartphones of the company will begin within a few weeks. The manufacturer should then start distributing the global release for flagship and mid-range devices.
According to insiders, the final builds of the firmware may be released at the end of 2020.