This week in Apple: iOS 14 could come to lots of iPhones, Neil Young talks smack

This week in Apple news we heard a rumor that iOS 14 could land on a lot more iPhones than originally anticipated. If the rumor is true, iOS 14 will hit every iPhone that iOS 13 hit, which would be quite noteworthy. Elsewhere, we heard Neil Young talking smack about the MacBook Pro, Apple’s crazy-high revenue report, a weird patent for a curved glass iMac, and the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the very first iPad, and more. See the Apple news roundup below for all the latest. The top Apple news stories of the past week: EU votes to force Apple to adopt USB-C standard on iPhones: Although Apple said it would stifle “innovation” (which makes no sense), the EU voted overwhelmingly to establish a standard electronics charger across Europe. The EU is likely to select the USB-C charger as the standard, with the rules taking effect in July. Old iPhones might still get iOS 14: Usually, when Apple launches a new version of iOS, one or two older devices get knocked off the list for receiving that update. However, a new rumor suggests that Apple could deliver iOS 14 to the same devices to which it delivered iOS 13, which would include anything from the iPhone SE (2016) and later. Apple allegedly has a bunch of products on the way in 2020: According to frequently correct...

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