Leak Points to Android P Coming with iPhone X-like Navigation Gestures

Apart from adding support for notch-based displays, Google will also be adding support for navigation gestures in Android P. A video shows the Pixel 2 running a leaked build of Android P Developer Preview 2 which gives us a look at how this gesture will work. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Regulatory Filings in Eurasia Points to Impending New iPhone Release from Apple

A regulatory filing from Apple in the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) points to Apple working on several new iPhone SE models that could be launched soon. The handsets are listed as running iOS 11 with the following model numbers: A1920, A1921, A1984, A2097, A2098, A2099, A2101 – A2106. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Google Chrome Will Now Block Autoplaying Videos with Sound by Default

The latest release of Chrome for Mac and Windows will mute those annoying auto-playing videos. This feature was slated to be a part of Chrome 64 released in January but was delayed for some reason. By blocking auto-playing videos, Chrome will be able to reduce data consumption and also improve the overall browsing experience. Continue reading … [Read more...]

Russia Asks Apple to Remove Telegram from the App Store

After banning Telegram, the Russian government has now sent requests to Apple and Google to remove the messaging app from their respective app stores. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Fornite for iOS Earned $25 Million in First 30 Days of App Store Availability

The latest numbers from SensorTower claims that Fornite has generated over $25 million in revenue in the first 30 days of its availability. The game has been second only to Netflix in the U.S. in terms of time spent on an app. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

New 9.7-Inch iPad Cheaper by a Small Margin in Some Countries


Apple’s newly unveiled sixth-generation 9.7-inch iPad carries the same price tag as its predecessor in the United States: $329. However, in some parts of the world, the new iPad is slightly cheaper than the outgoing model. Apple did not mention this during its announcement but a quick look through its online store confirms this. Continue … [Read more...]

Mac App Offering Option To Unlock Full Version By Mining Cryptocurrency Taken Down by Apple


A Mac App Store app called Calendar 2 was allowing users to mine cryptocurrency on their Macs in exchange for unlocking the full version of the app. The option was listed under the ‘Upgrade’ section of the app and was offered as an in-app upgrade option. This led to speculation that Apple was allowing apps to offer crypto-mining … [Read more...]

YouTube for iOS Gets a Dark Mode

Google is introducing a new dark mode to the YouTube app for iOS. The new “dark theme” can be activated by going to the Settings menu from under the account option. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Fitbit’s $199 Versa Is Its Newest ‘Mass Appeal’ Smartwatch

Fitbit today unveiled its latest mass oriented smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa. Compared to the Ionic, the Versa sports a design that will attract more consumers. It also carries a far lower price tag than the Ionic which should help it better compete with the Apple Watch. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

New Report Claims Apple Will Unveil Refreshed iPad Pro Models at WWDC 2018

A new report originating from China claims that Apple is working on a new iPad Pro that will be unveiled at WWDC 2018. As per the new report, the new iPad Pro will feature an 11-inch display, though that’s certainly unlikely given Apple’s current lineup. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple Looking at Ditching the Notch with 2019 iPhones


Love it or hate it, the notch is a key part of the iPhone X design. And for good or bad, Android OEMs seem to be trying to copy the notch with their latest devices as well. However, if a new report originating from Korea is to be believed, Apple is actually looking to ditch the notch with its 2019 iPhones. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple Music App for Android Updated with Ability to Play Music Videos in the Background

Apple today released a new update to the Apple Music app for Android which “significantly improves stability.” The latest version of the app also makes it more reliable to playback music videos on more devices. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Video Shows iPhone 6s Performance Improving Dramatically with a New Battery

Apple has been subjected to a lot of criticism ever since it revealed that it slows down older iPhones due to their aging batteries. The revelation came as a shock to many, with Apple trying to pacify its angry customers by discounting its battery replacement program to $29. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Fitbit’s New ‘Mass Appeal’ Smartwatch Leaks in Pictures


Images of Fitbit’s upcoming “mass appeal” smartwatch have leaked for the first time. The design language of the smartwatch is similar to that of the Blaze, though it does look a bit more modern and sleek which should help it attract more consumers. While packed with features, the Fitbit Ionic was not particularly a looker which is … [Read more...]

Apple Launching New Pilot Repair Program for Mid 2011 iMac in the United States

Apple has internally launched a new pilot program where it will allow authorized Apple stores and service providers to continue offering repair services for the 21.5-inch and 27-inch mid-2011 iMac. Apple is scheduled to declare the 2011 iMac as vintage from next month at which point it will stop offering any kind of hardware repair support for … [Read more...]

Apple and Goldman Sachs in Talks to Offer Loans to Customers to Buy Apple Products

Apple and Goldman Sachs are reportedly in talks to offer customers financial loans for buying Apple products. Most customers usually end up buying their expensive new Apple product through their credit card which carries high interest rates. Goldman Sachs wants customers to avoid paying such high interest fees by taking out a loan from them … [Read more...]

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