Annoying software updates after buying an iPhone? Apple wants to cancel it
In the future, Apple wants to provide iPhones with the necessary software updates in the box. This eliminates the hassle of updating new devices after purchase for users.
Can we avoid the hassle of software updates after purchasing an iPhone in the future?
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According to Bloomberg.com, Apple wants to introduce a new system that will allow iPhones to be updated directly in the box.
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This should be possible through a special device through which dealers can update multiple iPhones in their original packaging. (icon image)
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This means that buyers’ iPhones can be equipped with important security software updates before they are used for the first time.
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This system is expected to be launched in Apple stores by the end of the year.
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Apple wants to update iPhones before they go on sale.
A new system will update smartphones directly in the store, according to Bloomberg.com.
Cell phones don’t even need to be taken out of the package.
Apple wants to ensure important security updates before launching them for the first time.
Buying a new smartphone takes just a few seconds. But the entire process of turning on a new cell phone may take several hours. This includes setup, data transfer, Update accounts and update the operating system. Apple wants to save new iPhone buyers the last one in the future. The technology company has reportedly developed a system through which smartphones can be updated while they are in the package, according to a report by Bloomberg.com.
This is how the box update works
The iPhone 15 is delivered with the latest iOS 17 operating system – but there have already been three further updates since sales began. 17.0.3 is the latest version. According to Apple, these updates are essential because they contain important bug fixes, security updates, and Aimed at making sure that the cell phone no longer overheats. According to Bloomberg.com, Apple now wants to have all available updates on the smartphone right from the start, so that buyers don’t have to pay extra attention after purchasing it.
iPhones and other Apple devices can therefore be updated directly in the Apple Store before they are sold. This should be made possible by a special device that can update multiple iPhones at once. “The system can wirelessly turn on iPhones, update software, and safely turn them off again — all while the phones are still in the box,” Apple specialist Mark Gurman said in a blog post on Bloomberg.com.
Apple is expected to launch this system in Apple Stores by the end of the year. It has not yet been confirmed whether Swiss stores will also offer box updates for iPhones. However, the letter does not mention any regional restrictions.
Cheap apple glasses
Gorman shared other rumors about Apple products. Controversial Apple Vision Pro glasses It should come in a cheaper version. The e-glasses were announced in June for $3,500. The cheaper version has an iPhone processor instead of a Mac chip and doesn’t have an external display, external cameras, or sensors. But it won’t be much cheaper: a mini version of the headset will cost between $1,500 and $2,000.
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