The new Apple device will reportedly be able to update factory-packaged phones in stores
After a number of reported problems with the latest iPhone 15 series of phones, rumors have arrived that a new Apple device is coming that will supposedly be able to wirelessly update factory-packaged phones in stores. And this news comes from journalist Marko Gurman, who is known for publishing mostly accurate insider information from the world of technology.
The unnamed gadget, according to Gurman’s report, looks like a pad or pad that will be able to wirelessly turn on an iPhone, update its software to the latest iOS version available at the time, and then wirelessly turn the phone off again.
All this should be done in authorized Apple stores before the phones of this company are sold to customers. The new Apple device is supposed to be launched before the end of this year, which is very soon.
This means that the problems we’ve seen recently with newly purchased new devices overheating, then correcting that problem with a software update, which then brought new problems, could disappear in the future. Of course, that they disappear until you set aside the money to buy a new iPhone, by which time it will be updated in stores, after which you will have to download the software updates yourself.
In addition to solving software problems, the new device definitely raises questions about security, because it involves accessing the phone even after it has been removed from the factory settings.