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Apple Watch is Dominating the Smartwatch Market

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The latest data from Strategy Analytics points to Apple Watch taking a staggering 46% of the smartwatch share in Q2 2019. The Cupertino company shipped a staggering 5.7 million Apple Watch units worldwide in Q2 marking a 50% YoY increase. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

How to Apply and Use Apple Card

Earlier today, Apple started a preview rollout of Apple Card for selected customers in the United States. A wider rollout is also scheduled to happen later this month. If you are looking to sign up for Apple Card and wondering how to use it, follow our detailed guide below. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

How to Enable Portrait Mode on iPhone 6s, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, and iPhone 8

Every year when Apple launches a new iPhone, it proudly boasts of just how powerful an ISP it ships with. Yet, the company never added its single-camera Portrait mode solution as seen on the iPhone XR to its older yet powerful devices like the iPhone 8, iPhone 7. A new jailbreak tweak named PortraitXI from developer Foxfortmobile aims to do just … [Read more...]

Samsung Smartphones Offer Faster Download Speeds than iPhones in 14 Countries

The latest report from OpenSignal claims that Samsung smartphone owners experienced faster download speeds than iPhone and Huawei smartphone owners in 35% of the 40 countries analyzed. In comparison, iPhone users experienced faster download speeds in just 17.5% of the markets. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple Card Preview Roundup: Its All About the User Experience

Apple today rolled out a preview program of the Apple Card under which it is offering the card to selected customers. The company also allowed some people from the media to try out the Apple Card over the last few days and they have shared their experience with it. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple Card Preview Rolling Out to Select Customers From Today

Apple and Goldman Sachs have started the rollout of Apple Card. Initially unveiled back in March by Apple, the Apple Card is available for eligible iPhone customers in the United States. Right now though, it is only being made available to a select group of customers. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

iPhone 11 Could Launch on September 20th

SoftBank’s President Ken Miyauchi seems to have accidentally revealed the release date for iPhone 11 at an investor conference earlier this week. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

watchOS 6 Will Allow Apple Watch Users to Uninstall System Apps

Starting with watchOS 6, Apple will allow Apple Watch users to delete pre-installed system apps. This functionality is currently missing from the watchOS 6 beta build released by Apple. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

iOS 13 Will Warn Users When Deleting Apps with Active Subscription

With iOS 13 beta 2, Apple has made one little change that will help people who subscribe to a lot of apps and services. If you delete an app with an active subscription from the iOS 13 beta 2 home screen, a prompt will show up informing you about the subscription. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

TPK Holding Withdraws Bailout Package for Apple’s Struggling Display Maker JDI

Last month, a report suggested that Apple had helped in the bailout of Japan Display by reducing the repayment rate for the owed money. Japan Display has been a long-time LCD supplier for Apple, though it has been struggling to turn a profit for an equally long period of time. The company was supposed to be bailed out by a Chinese-Taiwanese … [Read more...]

iOS 13 Beta 2 vs iOS 12.3.1 Speed Test

When Apple unveiled iOS 13 beta 1 earlier this month, it claimed some impressive performance improvements especially with regards to app opening times. However, as speed test videos showed, there was no noticeable performance improvement offered by iOS 13 beta 1 when compared to iOS 12.3. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Nintendo’s Dr. Mario World for iPhones and iPads Releasing on July 10

Nintendo has announced that it will be launching Dr. Mario World for iOS and Android on July 10th. The game will be available as a free download with IAPs. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

iOS 13 Beta 2: What’s New | 30+ Changes

Earlier today, Apple released the second beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 to registered developers. The new beta comes with a number of bug fixes, changes, and new features. Below we detail everything that’s new and changed in iOS 13 beta 2 and iPadOS 13. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

ARKit 3 Features Limited to iPhone XS, iPhone XR, and 2018 iPad Pro

With iOS 13, Apple is also debuting ARKit 3.0 with a number of new enhancements aimed at making the whole AR experience even better. This includes People Occlusion, face tracking, collaborative sessions, and more. However, these new ARKit features are only going to be available on A12 Bionic-powered iPhones and iPads. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple Will Allow Parental Control Apps to Use MDM with Strict Privacy Rules

Apple has reversed its stance on third-party parental control apps and will now allow them to use the Mobile Device Management (MDM) to offer advanced parental control features albeit with greater scrutiny. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

macOS Catalina Completely Kills Dashboard

Apple did not just kill iTunes with macOS Catalina. It also killed another relatively rarely used macOS feature: Dashboard. Apple disabled Dashboard by default in macOS starting with the release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite. However, the feature could always be enabled after a bit of prodding and poking in the System Preferences. Continue reading … [Read more...]

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