Apple has made a range of announcements about its future projects. Delaying plans to bring back all employees to the office is one of them. Watch this video at Bloomberg technology, where Mark Gurman shares the recent announcements made by the technology giant. The company has pushed back its office reopening to October 2021, following the rise in COVID-19 cases. However, there will be no change in the return-to-office policies. Employees are expected to join the office thrice a week with two days of remote work allowed. Furthermore, the company is working on a new service called Apple Pay Later with Goldman Sachs. Its goal is to replace your bank using modern financial services alongside new tools. Additionally, in fall 2021, Apple will launch four new iPhones with A15 processors and other exclusive features.