In this week’s top stories: Apple confirms its event on September 15th, but no new iPhones are expected. The beta tests for iOS 14, the Apple Face Mask and much more will also continue. Read on for all of this week’s top stories.
Apple officially set the stage for its September 15th virtual event this week. Almost immediately after invitations with the tagline “Time Flies” were sent out, it was reported that the iPhone 12 would not be announced during the event. Instead, Apple’s show on September 15 is said to focus mainly on the Apple Watch and the rumored iPad Air 4.
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Elsewhere, Apple made some changes to the app store review guidelines this week. The new guidelines formalize the requirements for streaming game services in the App Store, including the fact that each game must be submitted individually to the App Store. Other changes to the policy affect in-app purchases, app clips, and more.
Peloton unveiled a new Bike + with Apple’s GymKit platform this week. With GymKit integration, Apple Watch users can simply tap the display of the Peloton Bike + to seamlessly start a workout and track heart rate and calories. You can find more information about the Peloton Bike + on our newest 9to5Mac sister site Connect The Watts.
Finally, there are still indications that Apple is planning a bundle of its subscription services called “Apple One”. 9to5Mac and 9to5Google have found references to Apple One in iOS and in the Apple Music app for Android. We could learn more about Apple One as early as Tuesday.
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