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But that short amount of time came packed with product news, as Microsoft unveiled new 2-in-1 devices highlighted by the Surface Laptop Studio (which we've just reviewed), a hinged laptop that converts into a portable tablet, and arguably a machine Apple could only dream of making. Even if Apple really is stubbornly refusing to adopt USB-C on the iPhone, Lighting is now practically ancient by phone standards. You get 11th Gen Intel Core i5 and i7 CPUs and a 13-inch touchscreen display along with upgraded with full HD cameras (all the better for that Microsoft Teams integration that's coming with Windows 11).
In addition, Microsoft showed off the Surface Slim Pen 2, an upgraded digital pen with built-in haptic motor that will work with many of the 2-in-1s announced today. There’s never any guarantee that patents will make it into a consumer product, though in this instance we hope that it does. Surface Pro 8 : A new 2-in-1 starting at $1,099, the Surface Pro 8 replaces the Surface Pro 7, and is built for Windows 11. Apple may not even take these designs to the production stage. Surface Laptop Studio : New 2-in-1 with flip-down 14-inch display Surface Pro 8 : Beefed up specs and 1080p camera Surface Duo 2 : Dual-screen phone with a ton of upgrades Surface Go 3 : Versatile and affordable iPad competitor Surface Pro X : ARM-powered 2-in-1 now cheaper.
The classic MagSafe may still be coming come to iPhones though, perhaps even the iPhone 13, as revealed by a newly uncovered patent. The 14.4-inch touchscreen works in three modes, and everything's powered by an Intel 11th gen Core processor and up to Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti graphics. New Surface products announced. Surface Pro X : Microsoft spent little time on this $899 ARM-based tablet.
Presumably. there will also be some sort of data connection as well, ensuring the new MagSafe cable would be a stop-gap between the aging Lighting cable and a fully portless, wireless design. Last year saw Apple resurrect the MagSafe brand for the iPhone 12, though the system was completely different to the one used by old MacBook Pros. The phone opens up to reveal a pair of facing panels, giving you 8.3 inches of workspace.
At the very least this revamped version of the classic MagSafe design may well end up on a MacBook. Of course. Here's more details on all of the new Surface products, and check out our hubs to get all the specs, pricing and more. Microsoft reveals new Windows 11 hardware — here's what they announced.
Not only is the company working on Windows 11, which just made its debut on Oct. 4, but it's got a ton of hardware in the works powered by that new operating system. Microsoft Surface event recap: Surface Laptop Studio, Surface Pro 8, Surface Duo 2 and more.
Surface Laptop Studio : This $1,599 laptop takes the Surface Book and combines it with Microsoft's Surface Studio touchscreen desktop. The result is a powerful convertible laptop that slides into tablet-style device when you need a desktop-like surface for work. There's now a Microsoft Ocean Mouse, made partially out recyclable ocean plastic, and a Surface Accessibility Kit that makes Microsoft's hardware easier to use.
Apple patent just revealed possible iPhone 13 MagSafe charger. Microsoft's been a busy tech giant lately. That also means there’s a possibility that the iPhone could have a retractable charging point; it could be pulled into place by an external magnet , such as one in a charging cable or dock.
A cable that isn’t Lightning or USB-C, and connects to the phone’s charging port magnetically. The Mac Software key difference here is that while classic MagSafe relied on spring-loaded pins to keep the charging contacts in place, this patent suggests magnets could do the same job. At $399, it's easily the most affordable Windows 11-ready device Microsoft announced today. There’s also talk of a “floating” contact point that uses a combination of magnets and springs, which gives it some freedom to move around without disconnecting.
The Surface Duo 2 costs $1,499 and seems like a natural rival to the Galaxy Z Fold 3. This patent features a few ideas on how a reinvented classic version of MagSafe might work on an iPhone. The starting price is dropping y $100 and there's now a Wi-Fi-only option to go with the LTE version. We’ve already heard rumors that classic MagSafe would be returning on this year’s 16-inch MacBook Pro.
Here's a full rundown of the new products Microsoft showed off today, all of which became available on October 5, running Windows 11 (which released on Oct. 4). Surface Go 3 : Another 2-in-1 from Microsoft, the Surface Go 3 seems aimed at kids and students.
The main idea is that the cable would feature a three-pin charger that is held in place by magnetic force. Microsoft showed off its latest hardware on September 22 during an online Microsoft Surface event that ran a little less than an hour. Microsoft is taking another stab at a dual-screen phone as well, introducing the Surface Duo 2. : Everything you need to know Everything you need to know about the iPhone 13.
Surface Duo 2 : Microsoft looks to fix the flaws of its original dual-screen phone with a new Surface Duo 2 that features a Snapdragon 888 processor and three rear cameras. That way if someone knocks or trips over the cable, it would pop away just like they did on MacBook Pros. Spotted by AppleInsider, the patent details a brand new kind of iPhone charging cable.
It launched back in September 2012, and hasn’t seen any significant updates over the past eight and a half years.