Kuo: Apple Will Not Use 3D Sensing Rear Camera on 2019 iPhones


There have been multiple rumors of Apple looking to use TrueDepth sensing camera at the rear for its 2019 iPhones. However, reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that this is unlikely to happen. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

FCC Pauses 180-Day Transaction Clock on T-Mobile and Sprint Merger


The Federal Communications Commission has informed T-Mobile and Sprint that it needs more time to review their proposed merger before granting them the final approval. So, it has stopped the 180-day transaction clock for this particular case as it needs to do a thorough staff and third-party review of all the documents submitted. Continue … [Read more...]

How to Watch Apple’s 2018 iPhone Event

Apple will be live streaming its highly anticipated 2018 iPhone event on September 12 so you can watch it live on your Apple TV, Mac, PC or mobile irrespective of which part of the world you stay in. In this article, we show you how to watch Apple’s 2018 iPhone event live. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple’s 2018 iPhone Event Start Time

Apple’s ‘Gather Round’ event is scheduled for September 12 where the company is expected to unveil the 2018 iPhone Xs, Apple Watch Series 4, AirPods 2, and more. The event will be held at the Steve Jobs theater in Apple Park and start at 10:00 a.m. PT. Find out the start time Apple’s 2018 iPhone event in your time zone after … [Read more...]

Instagram Working on a Standalone Shopping App, IG Shopping

After IGTV, Instagram is now working on a dedicated shopping app which will presumably be called IG Shopping. The app will allow Instagram users to browse and directly order items from merchants they follow on the social network. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

You Can Now Record Skype Calls on iPhone and iPad

Microsoft today announced that it has added the ability to record Skype calls across desktop and mobile devices. The update comes just a day after Microsoft announced that it is redesigning Skype again to focus on its core set of features and remove all the unnecessary features from it. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Google Chrome Gets a Massive Redesign Across Desktop and iPhone, Improved Password Manager, More

Chrome, the browser that dominates the internet now, officially turned 10 today. And to celebrate its tenth anniversary, Google has announced a massive redesign of the browser with plenty of new features. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Chudo Brings Animoji-like Feature to Older iPhones But Apple Refuses to Make it Live on the App Store

With the iPhone X last year, Apple debuted its TrueDepth camera system which also paved the way for Animojis. The latter, in a nutshell, are animated emojis which one can create based on their own expression. Since Animoji requires the iPhone X’s TrueDepth camera to work, it was not available for older iPhones. However, a team of Russian … [Read more...]

iPhone XS Will Be the First Smartphone to Launch with a 7nm Chip

When Apple launches the iPhone XS and its budget 6.1-inch LCD iPhone next week, it will have a key advantage over Android OEMs. It will become the first company in the market to release a smartphone based on a 7nm chipset.  Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Intel Unveils 8th-Generation U and Y-series Processors Ideal for New MacBook and MacBook Air Refresh


Intel has unveiled its eight-generation U-series “Whiskey Lake” and Y-series “Amber Lake” processors which are aimed at thin and light laptops. These chips are based on the same architecture as Intel processors found inside Apple’s 2018 MacBook Pro lineup. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Google Pixel 3 XL with iPhone X-like Notch Leaked in Unboxing Video

While well over a month away from its official unveiling, the Pixel 3 XL has already leaked numerous times. Adding salt to Google’s injuries, a detailed unboxing video of the handset also now also been posted online. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

MacBook Pro Buying Guide 2018: Which MacBook Pro Should You Buy?

Last month, Apple unveiled its mid-2018 MacBook Pro lineup featuring faster 8th generation Intel Core processors, oodles of RAM and storage, and other improvements. While the initial launch of the lineup was riddled with thermal controversy, Apple was able to solve them with a software update. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

MacBook Pro Concept Ditches Keyboard in Favor of a Giant Touch Bar

Love it or hate it, there’s no way you can ignore the Touch Bar on Apple’s MacBook Pro lineup. It is clear that Apple is pushing ahead with the TouchBar on its MacBook Pro lineup after it decided against refreshing the non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro with faster Coffee Lake chips this time around. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple Suppliers Preparing for Record iPhone Shipments Since iPhone 6 Launch

A DigiTimes report claims that Apple suppliers are gearing up to ship around 70-75 million iPhone by the end of this year. Every year before new iPhones are due to launch, a similar report comes out. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

2018 iPhone X and iPhone X Plus to Feature Apple Pencil Support, Up to 512GB Storage

The latest note from TrendForce surrounding the 2018 iPhones reiterate many of the rumors we have heard previously and reveals some new features as well. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s OLED Panel Sets a New Standard for Smartphone Displays

Samsung has once again managed to set the smartphone display bar higher with the Galaxy Note 9. With the iPhone X last year, Apple managed to snatch the best performing smartphone display award from DisplayMate dethroning the Note 8 which the Korean company managed to again reclaim with the Galaxy S9 earlier this year. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

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