Weekly overview 25: Apple Watch X, MacBook Pro with OLED and more

In this weekly overview we list the most important Apple news for you and you will also find the most popular tips from the past few days.

Last week we shared rumors about a MacBook Pro with OLED display that is expected in 2026 or later. In addition, new information showed that the Apple Watch series 10 may have a thinner case with a larger screen.

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MacBook Pro with OLED screen is not expected until 2026 or later

MacBook Pro with OLED screen is not expected until 2026 or later

Saturday, June 22 • Wesley Fabry

This year, Apple equipped the iPad Pro with a brand new OLED screen and there is a chance that more Apple products will make the switch. For example, the MacBook Pro is probably the next device that will be equipped with an OLED display.

It is still unclear exactly when, and various analysts do not yet agree. For example, some sources speak of 2025, while other rumors point to 2027. We do know one thing: it is almost certain that the MacBook Pro will be equipped with an OLED screen in the future.

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Apple Watch series 10 may have a larger screen and thinner case

Apple Watch series 10 may have a larger screen and thinner case

Monday, June 17 • Wesley Fabry

The 10th generation Apple Watch will be presented this fall. Just like with watchOS 10, Apple might want to release an Apple Watch X with a new design. According to reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the series 10 would have a larger screen.

Since the Apple Watch Series 7, the smart watch has been available in 41 mm and 45 mm sizes. For the tenth generation this would be adjusted again to probably 45 mm for the smaller version and 49 mm for the larger variant.

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Facebook and Instagram will use your photos for AI, file an objection

Facebook and Instagram will use your photos for AI, file an objection

Thursday, June 20 • Wesley Fabry

Many companies are fully committed to artificial intelligence, including Meta. The company behind Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp now wants to use your posted photos to train their AI models. Don’t you want this? Then you can object.

Starting June 26, Meta will start using all posts and photos posted on their platform to train their AI models to improve generative AI tools. The photos are used to generate new images. Due to the unrest in the EU, its use has been postponed for the time being, but it will come.

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