Apple confirms that the third season of ‘Ted Lasso’ will be available on TV+. This coming Spring

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Apple has confirmed that the third season of the hit comedic drama series “Ted Lasso” would be available on Apple TV+ in the spring, though no exact date has been provided.

“Ted Lasso” has won numerous honors and is one of Apple’s most popular TV series to date. Jason Sudeikis stars as a small-time college football coach from Kansas who is hired to lead a professional soccer team in England despite having no coaching expertise.

The award-winning series’ return will most likely be its final installment. Cast members announced their departures on social media shortly after the third season concluded in November, and Apple has made no mention of a fourth season.

The news of the show’s comeback in the spring came when Apple presented at the winter Television Critics Association press tour on Wednesday, where it also gave a first look at four more original programs coming to Apple TV+ in the spring.

Among the new shows are “The Reluctant Traveller,” “Shrinking,” “The Big Door Prize,” “Hello Tomorrow,” “Dear Edward,” “City on Fire,” “The Last Thing He Told Me,” and “Extrapolations.”
“The Afterparty” and “Schmigadoon!” will also be back.

Popular Reports
Apple is expected to make a product announcement tomorrow.

According to Apple leaker Jon Prosser, Apple will make its first product announcement of 2023 via a press release on its website tomorrow, Tuesday, January 17. An announcement is scheduled to be made this week, according to MacRumors. The announcement could be one of several coming soon, including upgraded MacBook Pros and Mac mini versions.

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Apple Introduces New HomePod for $299, Featuring Full-Size Design, S7 Chip, and Other Features

Apple today revealed a second-generation full-size HomePod, which will be sold for $299 in white and midnight color options beginning today. In-store availability and customer deliveries will commence in various regions on Friday, February 3rd. The second-generation HomePod is nearly identical to the full-size HomePod, which was discontinued in March 2021.

Apple Introduces New MacBook Pros with M2 Pro and M2 Max Chips, Up to 96GB RAM, and Other Enhancements

Apple today unveiled the next-generation 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models, which feature faster 5nm-based M2 Pro and M2 Max CPUs, up to 96GB of RAM, an updated HDMI 2.1 connection with support for an 8K external display, faster Wi-Fi 6E, and other improvements. According to Apple, the new M2 Pro chip has a 10-core or 12-core CPU and provides up to 20% quicker performance than the M1 Pro chip.

iOS 16.3 Will Be Available Next Week: Here’s a look at what’s new.
6:32 a.m. PST on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 Sami Fathi’s

Apple stated today that iOS 16.3 will be available for iPhone consumers worldwide next week, bringing only a few new features and refinements. Apple revealed today in a news release announcing new Apple Watch bands that iOS 16.3 will be released next week as a prerequisite for a new iOS 16 wallpaper. Along with iOS 16.3, we expect iPadOS 16.3 and watchOS 9.3.

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Apple released the second beta of iOS 16.3 earlier this week, with only one new feature and two other minor modifications revealed so far. It’s probable that iOS 16.3 will feature bug fixes and security patches as well. iOS 16.3 should be available to the public over the next month or so.

The development of augmented reality ‘Apple Glasses’ has been put on hold indefinitely.

According to Bloomberg, Apple has halted development on the augmented reality Apple Glasses that it planned to release following its mixed reality headgear. Because of technological issues, work on the product has been delayed. According to rumors, Apple was planning to create a pair of lightweight augmented reality glasses akin to the Google Glass smart glasses.

Following the release of new models, Apple has called for ‘brutal’ Mac trade-in values.
12:44 a.m. PST on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 Sami Fathi’s

Following the release of new MacBook Pro and Mac mini models this week, Apple has been chastised online for providing poor Mac trade-in values. MKBHD analyst David Imel tweeted yesterday that Apple offers only $970 in trade-in credit for a Mac Pro setup that costs $52,199.

Following the release of the Apple Watch Ultra, Apple’s custom microLED displays are expected to make their way to the iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

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Following rumors that Apple will make a product announcement tomorrow and the finding of an undisclosed MacBook Pro in a Canadian regulatory database, new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models look to be on the way. We’ve recapped what we’ve heard so far regarding the next-generation 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros ahead of their possible release.