A ton of upcoming Apple products just leaked—including a game controller and ARM-based MacBooks

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Add to that: two new versions of AirPods, a new HomePod, a wireless charging pad, an iPad with Touch ID embedded into the display . . . and more! Apple hasn’t let the COVID-19 pandemic slow them down. Since the pandemic went global in February, the company has still managed to keep up its pace of product launches. In March Apple released all-new iPad Pros, a new Magic Keyboard with a trackpad for those iPad Pros, and a new MacBook Air , as well as a major iOS update. And just last week Apple introduced its first new iPhone for 2020—the iPhone SE. Read Full Story

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Apple announces new iPad Pros with keyboard trackpads incoming

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Apple Stores are closed the world over, so if you want to check out the new products, you’ll have to go to Apple’s website to do that. Apple has announced a slew of new products today. However, instead of announcing them at another slick event, the company simply announced them to the world through a humble press release. The fact that Apple announced new products this month despite the coronavirus pandemic grinding things to a standstill isn’t that surprising. Apple frequently releases new products in March, and these were no doubt a long time coming in Apple’s pipeline. Read Full Story

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Can your Apple Watch help prevent a stroke?

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In its most ambitious study yet, Apple wants to see if its wearable can affect people’s health in a meaningful way. Apple has announced another health study in partnership with Johnson & Johnson, this time aimed at proving the Apple Watch can prevent stroke. Called Heartline, it’s the company’s most ambitious medical research project yet, testing the limits of how useful wearables are in the context of daily health. Read Full Story

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The Apple Watch is finally becoming a sleep tracker

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Apple has long been interested in helping users monitor their sleep, but the Watch hasn’t had the battery life necessary to do so. Since its launch way back in 2015, the Apple Watch has been designed for wear in the daylight hours, and to be left on its charging pad at night. But during its virtual WWDC keynote Monday, the company announced that sleep features are part of its forthcoming watchOS 7 operating system. Read Full Story

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