Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) Could Launch More Products in 2022

Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL) plans to launch more products in 2022. Although the company made a lot of revenue in 2021, it did not release many products. However, this year could be different.

Some of the products Apple launched in 2021 include the AirTag, which the company had been working on for years, the iPhone13, the iPhone 13 Pro, the Apple Watch Series 7, the iPad Mini, among others.

This year, the company is working on several products, such as the 5G version of the iPhone SE, new Mac Pros, and a redesign of the MacBook Air. More people are looking forward to Apple releasing its virtual reality headset.

Targus launches a Cypress Hero EcoSmart backpack

Targus has launched a Cypress Hero EcoSmart Backpack with Apple Find My Technology. Users could now press a button on the backpack to locate a lost iPhone. Moreover, the bag has a replaceable battery that users can charge with a USB.

Patently Apple has found a new Apple patent for wireless charging. The patent is titled Through-Display Wireless Charging. The document states that a user could place an AirPods Pro or an Apple Pencil on an iPad display to charge them wirelessly.

Chipolo releases a new Bluetooth tracker

Chipolo is also announcing a Bluetooth tracker, the Chipolo Card Spot, at CES 2022. The tracker users the Find My Bluetooth Apple network to find missing devices. While many companies, including Chipolo’s competitor, Tile, have made credit-card-shaped trackers, this device does not use Chipolo’s Bluetooth tracking network, opting instead for Apple’s.

The teacher allows users to mark a missing item with the Apple Lost Mode. It can also notify you when you leave it behind using the Notify When Left Behind iOS 15 feature.

Meanwhile, Trevor Spiniolas, a security researcher, has found a vulnerability in Appleā€™s HomeKit API. If a hacker makes a HomeKit device with a name of about 500,000 characters, the iOS device that connects to it becomes unresponsive. It also begins to freeze and reboot. Reporting and wiping the iOS device is the only way to fix the problem.

Apple also became the first company to reach a milestone of $3 trillion, enabling it to outperform Bitcoin. Apple stock gained about 40%, while Bitcoin stock gained 38%.

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