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Second rumor claims 2019 iPhones will come with USB-C chargers. Source: MacRumors
Uber and Uber Eats, now offering 3% cash back with Apple Card
Apple planning $4.99/ month Price for Arcade Game Subscription Service after Free Trial
Apple Card is now available to users in the United States.
Apple’s next store in Japan is coming soon to Tokyo’s Marunouchi district
iPhone 11 could be announced on September 10 according to asset found in iOS 13 Beta 7. As you can see in the image above, an asset within iOS 13 beta 7 shows an iOS screenshot with the date of Tuesday, September 10th. This asset is named “HoldForRelease.” This suggests that the next Apple Event could be on September 10th. (Source: iHelpBR, MacRumors)
HomePod launching in Japan on August 23, pre-ordering now available
First discovered by iHelpBR, watchOS 6 assets show new Apple Watch models coming in titanium and ceramic cases. The images indicate Apple is about to launch a new ceramic Apple Watch, and a new titanium Watch. Apple has sold ceramic watches in the past, but did not offer a ceramic Series 4, and titanium is a wholly new direction for Apple Watch case materials. We could potentially see these models to be announced next month.
First reported by 9to5mac, Apple is running an internal early access program for Apple employees to test Apple Arcade. 9to5mac got access to the internal early access program and reports the service charging a small subscription of $0.49/mo, with one month free trial. That’s likely just a temporary price for the internal testing period. The testing program will also end with the launch of iOS 13.
2019 iPhones won’t have ‘iphone’ on the back according to so-called Foxconn Worker
Triples-Lens Rear Cameras Rumored  for next iPad Pro Range, Dual-Lens for new Entry-level iPad. Source Macotakara
Apple this week disclosed that 88 percent of active iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices are running iOS 12, as measured by the App Store on August 6, 2019. iOS 12 adoption continues to outpace iOS 11, which was installed on 85 percent of active devices as of September 3, 2018, according to Apple.