Apple is prioritizing supply shortages by repurposing the iPad's LiDAR scanner and increasing production of older models ahead of the holiday shopping season.
Both the third-generation AirPods and the second-generation AirPods Pro earbuds are in the works, in addition to a new HomePod that sits in size between the original full-sized speaker and the new, smaller HomePod mini model.
The alleged move is the strongest indication to date that the iPhone maker is keen to move more of its supply chain to the United States.
The Cupertino firm snapped up the podcast app earlier this year for an undisclosed sum.
Apple's fall product blitz includes some new gizmos such as more affordable Apple Watch and HomePod models, along with accessories for tracking physical items, dubbed AirTags.
Apple's also working on a Find My-like feature for a redesigned remote that would make the accessory easier to find.
Apple TV+ debuted at $5 per month last November, but many folks are still on their free year which comes with the purchase of new Apple hardware.
The moves in this space are expected to attract and retain Apple TV+ subscribers while driving interest in AR/VR ahead of rumored Apple AR headset debut in 2022.
Apparently, Tim Cook & Co. are already planning a second physical outlet in India, a 1.35 billion people market.
Apple is reportedly readying not one but "a series of bundles" that combine Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple News, fitness and other media services for a lower monthly price.