Apple has scheduled an event for next week, where the company is expected to unveil the iPhone 13. It’s likely that a next-gen Apple Watch with a larger screen will also be revealed, and we may see new AirPods as well.

Next-gen MacBook Pro laptops with Apple Silicon are also expected this year, but they might not make an appearance at this month’s event.

Here’s a roundup of recent tech news from around the web.

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2 replies on “Lilbits: iPhone 13, Microsoft Start, and hacking the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 cover display”

  1. Hmm, so much Apple news, but avoiding the elephant in the room, Brad? Nearly every other site in existence has talked about the CSAM on device scanning, at length (even Macrumors), but this site remains strangely silent on the issue.

  2. I’m hoping that we see an iPhone 13 Mini model in the lineup. I’m sure that won’t be the case, as Apple killed the 12 Mini due to poor sales.

    I don’t personally want one, but the 12 Mini gave me hope that Android competitors might make a similar phone.

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