Top Stories: New MacBook Air and Base 13″ MacBook Pro, MacBook Discontinued, iPad and AirPods Rumors

It was another big week for Apple news this week, with Apple launching its annual Back to School promotion and taking the opportunity to update some of its lower-end Mac notebook lineup. The refresh saw a lower price and a minor update for the MacBook Air, an updated entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro, and the discontinuation of the 12-inch MacBook. The moves help streamline Apple's notebook lineup while also providing a bit more differentiation for customers.

Other news included rumors about new iPhones, iPads, and AirPods, the release of a new iOS 13 public beta, and a significant issue with the Walkie-Talkie app for Apple Watch. Read on for all of the details on the week's top stories.

Apple Launches 2019 MacBook Air and New Entry-Level 13" MacBook Pro With Touch Bar and Touch ID


Apple this week launched its annual Back to School promotion, offering free Beats headphones with the purchase of select new Mac or iPad models to qualifying students and educators for a limited time.


As part of its back-to-school announcement, Apple also introduced a new MacBook Air with a True Tone display and a lower $1,099 starting price, as well as a new $1,299 entry-level 13-inch MacBook Pro with faster 8th-generation Intel Core processors, a Touch Bar, Touch ID, and more.

Both the new MacBook Air and base 13-inch MacBook Pro have the same butterfly keyboards as higher-end 2019 MacBook Pro models, including an "updated material" for improved reliability. Early benchmarks show some nice speed gains for the new MacBook Pro, while iFixit performed one of its traditional teardowns to see what's inside.

Apple has also dropped the prices of several high-end storage upgrade options across the Mac lineup.

Apple Discontinues 12-Inch MacBook


In addition to refreshing the MacBook Air and lower-end 13-inch MacBook Pro, Apple quietly discontinued its ultra-portable 12-inch MacBook.


Introduced in March 2015, the 12-inch MacBook had not been updated since June 2017. Over time, it became increasingly unclear whether the notebook had a future in Apple's product lineup, especially after the MacBook Air was overhauled last year with a similar design.

Apple also no longer sells a MacBook Pro without a Touch Bar to the disappointment of those who prefer a physical Esc key.

Apple Temporarily Disables Walkie-Talkie App for Apple Watch Due to Eavesdropping Vulnerability


Apple has abruptly disabled the Walkie-Talkie app for Apple Watch due to a bug that could allow users to eavesdrop on others.


Apple said it had just become aware of the vulnerability and immediately disabled the app while it works on a fix as quickly as possible. Apple is not aware of any use of the vulnerability against a customer.

The issue is reminiscent of a serious Group FaceTime bug discovered early this year that could allow callers to hear the recipient's audio without the call being accepted. At least in this case, Apple has taken quicker action.

Four New iPhone Models Expected in 2020, Possibly One With Full-Screen Touch ID and No Notch


We're likely just two months away from a trio of new iPhones for 2019, but rumors are already looking ahead to 2020 and even 2021.


A new JPMorgan report predicts four new iPhones next year, including higher-end 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch models and a new lower-end model without 5G support or an OLED display.

Well-known analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has hinted at 2020 iPhones having slimmer notches as well, while a sketchier rumor out of China suggests that both the notch and Face ID could be completely removed on at least one 2020 iPhone, and on all new iPhones by 2021 -- full-screen Touch ID instead?

We did get a few 2019 iPhone rumors this week, including leaked logic board photos and another report of 3D Touch going away.

Apple Registers Five New iPad Models Running iPadOS in Eurasian Database


New iPads could be on the horizon, based on Apple regulatory filings uncovered in the Eurasian Economic Commission database this week.


A recent rumor suggested that mass production of a new 10.2-inch iPad was set to begin this month, so a launch could be near. The 10.2-inch model is expected to replace the low-cost 9.7-inch iPad.

Looking ahead, there are rumors of two new iPad Pro models entering mass production between late 2019 and early 2020, while a sketchier rumor calls for a foldable iPad with 5G support by as early as next year.

Apple Releases Second Public Betas of iOS 13 and iPadOS


This week has seen a wave of software updates, including the second public betas of iOS 13 and iPadOS and a revised third developer beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS.


There's also a sixth and hopefully final beta of iOS 12.4. This update is widely expected to include support for the Apple Card, which will likely launch soon. Finally, Apple released new developer betas of macOS 10.14.6 and watchOS 5.3, which should publicly launch alongside iOS 12.4.

AirPods 3 With Water Resistance Expected to Launch Later This Year


Apple will release third-generation AirPods with water resistance and possibly a new design in late 2019, a fresh rumor suggested this week. Other reports say they will also feature noise cancelation.


Earlier this year, reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said two new AirPods models will likely enter mass production between late 2019 and early 2020, with one featuring an "all-new form factor design" — and a higher price.

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Deals: AirPods With Wireless Charging Case for $179, iPad Smart Covers for Just $11, and More

There are a few deals going on as we head into the weekend, including an ongoing discount on the latest AirPods update, a sitewide discount on Pad & Quill, and deep discounts on Apple's iPad Smart Covers.

AirPods With Wireless Charging Case


Amazon has further discounted the new AirPods With Wireless Charging Case, now priced at $179.00, down from $199.00. This is a solid $20 discount on the normal price of the most expensive AirPods, which Apple just updated earlier this year with all-new "Hey Siri" and wireless charging features.

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Furthermore, you can get the AirPods With Charging Case for $144.99, down from $159.00 on Amazon. We routinely track the best deals on AirPods in this guide, so be sure to bookmark it and check it often if you're shopping around for the AirPods.

Pad & Quill


Accessory maker Pad & Quill is offering shoppers a chance to save 15 percent sitewide when using the code SUMMER15. Pad & Quill sells a variety of leather-bound Apple accessories, including iPad cases, MacBook cases, iPhone cases, and bands for the Apple Watch.


You can also browse the retailer's high-end bag line, including briefcases, messenger bags, travel organizers, laptop bags, and more. Head to Pad & Quill now to browse the site and use the code SUMMER15 soon to save 15 percent on your order.

iPad Smart Covers


Target is offering notable discounts on Apple's Smart Covers for the 9.7-inch iPad and 10.5-inch iPad Pro or iPad Air. You can get the 9.7-inch Smart Cover for $10.49 in Charcoal Gray, down from around $40.


The 10.5-inch Smart Cover is available for $11.84 in Charcoal Gray, down from around $50. These are some of the lowest prices we've seen on Apple's official Smart Covers, so head to Target to check out the accessories soon if you're interested.

More sales and discounts can be found in our full Deals Roundup.

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Deals Spotlight: Get the Official Apple Watch Sport Loop and Sport Band for $25 (50% Off)

Walmart has a new 50 percent discount on Apple's official Sport Loop and Sport Band for the Apple Watch, only in 44mm sizes. These accessories usually sell for $49.00, but you can get select colors for just $24.99 during Walmart's sale.

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As of writing, Sport Loop colors available include Hibiscus and Nectarine; Sport Band colors include Blue Horizon and Lavender Gray. As previously noted, the discounts today are focused on the 44mm sizes, which will fit both 42mm and 44mm Apple Watches.

Any Walmart orders over $35 qualify for free shipping, or you can opt for free in-store pickup. If you're on the hunt for more deals and bargains, be sure to head to our full Deals Roundup.

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Deals Spotlight: 256GB Cellular 2019 iPad Air Hits New Low Price of $649 ($130 Off)

Amazon today is discounting the latest iPad Air to a new all-time-low price. Specifically, the 256GB cellular model is available for $649, down from $779 and the lowest price we've ever seen this model among the major Apple resellers online.

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There are a few other iPad Airs discounted today, including some Wi-Fi models. None match the extent of the discount on the 256GB cellular model, although all listed below represent new low prices.

2019 iPad Air Sale


Apple updated these iPad Air models in March of this year, with a new 10.5-inch display, Touch ID Home button, headphone jack, A12 Bionic processor, support for the Apple Pencil 1, and compatibility with the Smart Keyboard. This device sits between the lower-end 9.7-inch iPad and the 11-inch iPad Pro.

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Deals: Save on 2018 MacBook Air and iPad Pro, Browse Anker’s Latest Discounts, and More

B&H Photo and Amazon are discounting the 2018 MacBook Air and a few models of the 2018 iPad Pro this week. Additionally, we've listed Anker's latest deals below, as well as a reminder about our exclusive Eve Room discount ending soon.

2018 MacBook Air


With the surprise launch of an updated MacBook Air yesterday, B&H Photo and Amazon have debuted discounts for last year's models.

  • 128 GB SSD - $999.00, down from $1,199.00 ($200 off) [Amazon / B&H]

  • 256 GB SSD - $1,199.00, down from $1,399.00 ($200 off) [Amazon / B&H]

2018 iPad Pro


Amazon has up to $250 off the 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro from late 2018, with many discounts representing lowest-ever prices for these models.


11-Inch

12.9-Inch

Anker's New Discounts


This summer, Anker is discounting everything from USB hubs to Bluetooth speakers and Lightning cables. We've rounded up these discount codes below, all of which expire sometime in July.



Eve Room Exclusive Sale


We're entering the last day of our exclusive Eve Room sale, which discounts the Eve Room to $79.96, down from $99.95. To see this deal, head to Evehome.com, add the Eve Room to your cart, click on the "Have a promo code?" prompt at the top of the checkout screen, and enter the code MacRumors20 to take 20 percent off the device. The code expires tomorrow, Thursday, July 11.




The promo code only applies to a single Eve Room and will not apply to the retailer's double pack of Eve Room units that you can buy for $179.90. Head to Evehome.com to browse and purchase the Eve Room before the sale ends.

The Eve Room is a small, palm-sized device that can track the temperature, humidity, and air quality within your home, and connects to Apple's HomeKit platform so you can ask Siri about the air quality. When it detects harmful in-home pollutants, Eve Room can give you a heads up about opening a window or turning on an air purifier, ensuring that your home's air is as clean as possible.

Our full Deals Roundup has more information on all of the latest sales and discounts happening this week.

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Angela Ahrendts Says Apple Store Employee Retention Rate Rose to Historic High of Nearly 89% During Her Tenure

On a recent episode of the RBC Disruptors podcast with host John Stackhouse, Apple's former retail chief Angela Ahrendts revealed that Apple's retail employee retention rate rose from 61 percent to a "historic high" of "nearly 89 percent" during her five-year tenure at the company.

Ahrendts, left, with YouTube star iJustine

"I don't feel that Apple retail is facing near the headwinds that maybe a lot of other retailers are because we've spent the last five years almost changing and evolving, and refocusing if you will," added Ahrendts, citing strong retention rates, redesigned stores, improved communication tools, and more.

Of course, with Apple being one of the world's largest companies, Ahrendts admitted that "there's a challenge a day."

"I think when you run a business that big and that global, and nearly 70,000 employees when I left, there's a challenge a day. I think that if it is a challenge, it's your job to fix the challenge. So when I came in, there were a lot of systems that weren't connected, there wasn't a way to communicate."

Under Ahrendts, Apple introduced new communication tools for its retail employees, including a "Hello" app that provides a daily summary of "need to know" information and a "Loop" app that allows retail employees to share useful tips and tricks amongst each other to help do their jobs better.

Ahrendts also reflected on being recruited by Apple CEO Tim Cook, her early days at Apple, her vision of the retail industry as a whole, and much more. The full interview can be listened to on SoundCloud or Apple Podcasts.

Ahrendts left Apple in April. Her position was filled by Apple's longtime human resources chief Deirdre O'Brien, who now oversees both HR and retail.

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Apple Music Offering Six-Month Free Trial to Students Until Late September

Apple has announced that students who have yet to subscribe to Apple Music can now get a six-month free trial, double the standard three months, in the United States and select other countries. The limited time promotion ends September 26, 2019, according to an internal memo obtained by the blog Appleosophy.


When the trial ends, the Apple Music plan for students is $4.99 per month, compared to the standard $9.99 per month for individuals.

While various carriers have offered extended Apple Music trials, this is the first time Apple has offered a six-month trial itself. The offer is part of Apple's annual Back to School promotion in which students can also get a free pair of Beats headphones with the purchase of an eligible Mac or iPad.

(Thanks, Holden Satterwhite!)


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Top Stories: Unreleased MacBook Pro, Improved Keyboard Design for Future Notebooks, FaceTime Attention Correction

Following last week's big news that Jony Ive will be departing Apple, this week saw a slew of Mac-related rumors including evidence of an upcoming MacBook Pro model, word that Apple is abandoning the troublesome butterfly keyboard used on its notebooks for the past several years, and logic board problems with a "very small number" of MacBook Air units.

Read on for all of the biggest news of the week, including a clever new iOS 13 feature to make your FaceTime video calls feel more natural and another controversy surrounding Xiaomi copying Apple.

Apple Receives FCC Approval for Unreleased MacBook Pro


The Federal Communications Commission this week briefly published documents related to an unreleased MacBook Pro, generating significant discussion about what the machine might be and when it could be released.


The A2159 model number was one of seven recently registered with the Eurasian Economic Commission, but this was the only one to appear at the FCC. Based on the machine's power requirements, it appears to be a 13-inch MacBook Pro, which could be a new version of the non-Touch Bar model that wasn't updated alongside the other MacBook Pro models in May.

New machines typically appear in the FCC's database just about at the moment of launch, which could mean a debut is imminent, although it appears to have been a premature publication by the FCC as Apple has yet to release the new model and the documents were quickly pulled from the FCC's website.

Kuo: Apple to Use New Scissor Switch Keyboard in Future MacBooks, Starting With 2019 MacBook Air Refresh


Apple's much-maligned butterfly keyboard on its notebooks may be headed out the door, with prominent analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claiming Apple will be including a new scissor-style keyboard on future models, starting with a MacBook Air refresh later this year.


Kuo says the scissor style keyboard is likely to be a bit thicker than the butterfly design, but would be cheaper and could offer a better user experience including greater key travel and a glass fiber-reinforced structure that's more durable and less sensitive to dust and debris preventing keys from working.

Attention Correction Feature in iOS 13 Beta Enables Appearance of Eye Contact During FaceTime Calls


Apple this week seeded third developer betas of its upcoming major operating system updates, and the new iOS 13 beta includes a clever feature called FaceTime Attention Correction.


The feature uses ARKit to capture a depth map of your face during FaceTime video calls and adjusts the position of your eyes to make it seem like you're looking at your device's camera when you're actually looking at the screen.

We went hands-on with the feature, which is only available for the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, as well as the latest iPad Pro models, and can be toggled off in Settings if you prefer not to use it.

Apple Identifies Logic Board Issue With 'Very Small Number' of 2018 MacBook Airs, Will Fix Free of Charge


Apple this week notified its retail stores and authorized repair centers that it has identified a logic board issue affecting a "very small number" of 2018 MacBook Air units and will repair affected computers free of charge for up to four years from the date of purchase.


The program hasn't been announced publicly, so it seems that it should affect only a limited number of machines, and Apple will be notifying users with affected machines.

The internal repair program for the latest MacBook Air comes shortly after a more significant recall and repair program for 2015 15-inch MacBook Pro units that could experience overheating and even fire safety issues with their batteries. Dramatic photos showing the aftermath of one of these incidents demonstrate why owners of affected machines should take this recall seriously.

Xiaomi Clones Apple's Memoji With New 'Mimoji' Avatars


Chinese phone manufacturer Xiaomi is preparing to launch its latest smartphone, which will support animated avatars known as "Mimoji."


These 3D avatars are incredibly similar to Apple's Memoji introduced with iOS 12, with even the Mimoji name bearing a remarkable similarity to Apple's feature. Incredibly, Xioami was even caught using Apple's own Memoji ads to promote the Mimoji feature, allegedly by accident.

This isn't the first time Xiamoi has been accused of cloning a feature from Apple, as the company's animated emoji from last year were similar to Apple's Animoji, and they debuted on a phone that looked nearly identical to Apple's iPhone X. Xiaomi has also released wireless earphones that have some strong similarities to Apple's AirPods.

Five Mac Apps Worth Checking Out - July 2019


Over on our YouTube channel, we've released the latest installment of our popular series looking at some of our favorite third-party Mac apps.


This month's list includes Pock for customizing your MacBook Pro's Touch Bar, One Switch for adding toggles for various options and settings to your menu bar, Microsoft To-Do for keeping track of tasks across your devices, Flotato for turning some of your favorite websites into web apps, and Spotmenu for accessing information on your Spotify and iTunes content from the menu bar.

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Fourth of July Deals: Save on Apple Devices and Accessories From Anker, Speck, Twelve South, and Many More

Today is Independence Day in the United States, and as people around the country celebrate the holiday, many retailers have kicked off notable sales that can help those shopping around today save some money.

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In this article we've highlighted some of the best sales for Apple products and compatible accessories, offered by companies like Speck, Twelve South, JBL, Anker, CalDigit, OWC, and many more.

iPad Pro Deals


Amazon has introduced a series of notable discounts on Apple's 11-inch iPad Pro from 2018, including a few new all-time-low prices on the tablet. Discounts include both Wi-Fi and cellular models, and reach to as much as $250 off original prices.


Amazon is also continuing sales on the 12.9-inch iPad Pro models this week, offering up to $250 off the larger-screen devices. iPad Pros that are seeing lowest-ever prices have been marked in the lists below.

11-Inch
  • Wi-Fi, 512 GB - $949.00, down from $1,149.00 ($200 off, lowest ever)

  • Wi-Fi, 1 TB - $1,299.00, down from $1,549.00 ($250 off)

  • Cellular, 512 GB - $1,099.00, down from $1,299.00 ($200 off, lowest ever)

  • Cellular, 1 TB - $1,449.00, down from $1,699.00 ($250 off, lowest ever)

12.9-Inch

Anker


Anker typically has sales running on its accessories, and today is no different. With these discounts, you can save on portable battery packs, a power strip, Lightning cables, Bluetooth speakers, wireless chargers, wireless earphones, and more.


All of the sales listed below will expire on July 10, and none of them require a promo code. Be sure to head to Amazon and place your order soon if you're interested.

Chargers

Cables

Audio

Miscellaneous

Speck


Today is the last day that you can get 25 percent off sitewide on Speck's website. With this sale, you can save on iPhone cases, iPad cases, and other accessories.


Head to SpeckProducts.com, add a product to your cart, and enter the code JULY4TH during checkout to get 25 percent off. Exclusions to the sitewide sale include MacBook covers, accessories for the Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL, and previously marked down products.

Twelve South


Popular Apple accessory maker Twelve South is offering up to 60 percent off its devices through July 5 at 12:01 p.m. ET. During the "Tent Sale," you can save on items like the BackPack for iMac, Journal for iPhone, Fermata stand, PlugBug World, and many more.


We've highlighted a few notable accessories on sale in the list below, but be sure to head to TwelveSouth.com for the full collection.

Olloclip


Accessory maker Olloclip is offering a discount on a variety of its iPhone camera accessories. You can get a few of the Olloclip iPhone cases for $19.99 ($10 off), Ultra-Wide and Super-Wide lenses for $35.99 ($9 off), and the Filmer's Kit for $219.99 ($20 off).


There are also various clips, bundles, and standalone lenses on sale, so be sure to visit Olloclip.com to browse the full sale.

OWC


Other World Computing has a "Sizzling Firecracker Savings Event" happening this week, with 76 deals and various items on clearance.


You can get a HomePod for $228.88, discounted power adapters for the MacBook, Thunderbolt 3 docks, and more during the sale.

CalDigit


CalDigit is providing 15 percent off your entire order from the CalDigit Online Store with the coupon code HAPPY4TH. This promotion is only valid in the United States and United Kingdom, and will end on July 7.


CalDigit is a great place to purchase storage devices for Mac that use Thunderbolt and USB-C, but the company also sells accessories like USB-C adapters and docking stations.

Other Sales

  • JBL - Save up to 60 percent on portable speakers, headphones, and more

  • Newegg - Save on monitors, RAM, laptops, and more

  • Satechi - Use code JULY15 to take 15 percent off orders under $100, or the code JULY20 to take 20 percent off orders over $100

  • Best Buy - Save on MacBook, iPad, HomePod, and much more through Saturday
Head to our full Deals Roundup to catch up on all of the best sales and discounts going on this week.

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Deals Spotlight: AirPods With Charging Case Discounted to $145 ($14 Off), AirPods With Wireless Charging Case Still $19 Off

Amazon is continuing its discounts on Apple's AirPods this week, with a new markdown on the updated AirPods with Charging Case. During the sale, you can get this version of the AirPods for $144.99, down from $159.00.

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Representing savings of $14, this is currently the best sale on the AirPods with Charging Case available online. It's joining Amazon's existing discount on the AirPods with Wireless Charging Case, which is on sale for $179.99, down from $199.00.

Amazon also has the standalone Wireless Charging Case discounted to $69.99 ($9 off), but as of writing it's temporarily out of stock. Apple introduced the new AirPods back in March, updating the wireless headphones with "Hey Siri" support, 50 percent more talk time, and speedier device switching while listening to music.

As another note, Amazon today also has a Gold Box deal on Apple's 12-inch MacBook from 2017. You can get the 256GB model of the notebook in refurbished condition for $849.99, down from $1,099.99. The retailer is offering three colors of the MacBook on sale, including Gold, Space Gray, and Rose Gold.

For more sales and bargains, be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup.

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