The latest news from Apple, which is rumored to be considering cutting 4K streaming and other 3D content for its new iPhones and iPads.
Apple is reportedly planning to eliminate the 4K and HDR video formats from its new Apple TV, Apple TV 2, and Apple TV 3 products.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple plans to reduce the resolution for video on its new products, and it is reportedly looking to cut the resolution of 4K to 720p and 1080p video by $1,000 or less.
Apple has also reportedly discussed reducing the number of 3D displays on its products by about 20 percent, and that the company is reportedly working on an upgrade for its Mac Pro line that would allow for up to 10 displays.
Apple also reportedly wants to add an OLED panel to the new Apple Watch, according to the WSJ.
In addition to reducing 4K resolution, Apple is reportedly considering cutting its network traffic, and limiting the amount of 3DNU that users can connect to the Internet.
The new iPhones will also likely include a new FaceTime camera, which will enable the device to talk to a smartphone using the FaceTime HD camera built into the device, the WSj reported.
The next-generation iPhone 8, rumored to have a 4K display, will also reportedly feature a fingerprint scanner, according the WS journo.
The report comes as Apple has reportedly been testing its own virtual assistant, Siri, on the new iPhones, according The Wall Street Review.