Betteridge’s Law of Headlines insists that any headline posed as a question can instantly be answered with a simple “No.”
Apparently, the theory behind this witticism (it’s not actually a Law, nor yet a rule, nor even in fact anything more than a suggestion) is that if the author knew what they were talking about, and had real evidence to support their case, they’d have written the headline as an undiluted fact.
Well, we’re not journalists here on Naked Security, so fortunately we’re not bound by this law.
The ruthless answer to our own question in the headline above is, “No one knows except Apple, and Apple isn’t saying.”
A better but admittedly middle-of-the-road answer is, “Wait and see.”