Top story of this week: If an Australian high school student hacked to an Apple server, listening to more about the new low-priced 13-inch MacBook, this year's iPhone is said to include Apple Pencil Support. Apple will release two new iOS beta versions. Let's read all the top stories of this week together …
This week's news broke the news that an Australian teenager stole a 90GB equivalent "safe file" and repeatedly hacked Apple's servers. An unnamed high school student is convicted and sentenced to next month. Apple finally caught him by following the serial number of the Mac he used. Apple confirmed that hackers are not accessing personal data from users.
As Quanta, Apple's supplier, expects shipments to rise at the end of the year, there is another mention to the new MacBook release. According to another report by Digitimes, the price of the 13-inch model will be 1,200 dollars, which is likely to be the new MacBook Air to be released next month.
In the iPhone news, Trend Force believes that the 2018 OLED iPhone model (5.8 inches and 6.5 inches) will support Apple Pencil. In addition, this report claims that Apple will offer 512 GB storage options to high-end iPhones in addition to 64 GB and 256 GB versions.
After releasing the seventh iOS developer beta on Monday, Apple picked it up for immediate performance soon. Beta 8 followed Wednesday and solved the problem.
These and the rest of this week's top stories are as follows …
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