MacBook Air with M2 goes on pre-order starting July 8, available from July 15

Apple introduced its new MacBook Air, powered by the new M2 chip last month. At that time, the company said that it will be available from July. Today, the company confirmed that the new MacBook Air will be available to order worldwide, including India, starting Friday, July 8 at 5 a.m. PDT /5:30 PM IST. It will be available through Apple Authorised Resellers, a week later, beginning Friday, July 15. Continue reading “MacBook Air with M2 goes on pre-order starting July 8, available from July 15”

Apple Watch Series 8 could feature a bigger 1.99″ display

As speculation about the arrival of the next Apple Watch grows, Apple is expected to introduce three new models in September. According to analyst Ross Young in a tweet posted on Monday, the 45mm won’t be the largest model available, since Apple intends to introduce a bigger version with roughly 50 mm, or 1.99 inches diagonally. The expert has said before that the new line-up might have three sizes of screen. Continue reading “Apple Watch Series 8 could feature a bigger 1.99″ display”

Apple Watch Series 8 to include a body temperature sensor, AirPods Pro 2 not to feature heart rate, body temperature monitoring: Report

Apple’s own Mac chips have definitely shaken up the PC processor market, helping to boost sales of Apple’s own desktops and laptops while forcing competitors to look for other options. Apple has introduced five different Mac chip types in the past 15 months, from the M1 to the M1 Ultra to the M2. I think Apple will release more next year, like the M2 Pro, M2 Max, M2 Ultra, and M3, says Mark Gurman in a blog post from Bloomberg. Continue reading “Apple Watch Series 8 to include a body temperature sensor, AirPods Pro 2 not to feature heart rate, body temperature monitoring: Report”

Apple iPhone 15 could continue to use Qualcomm 5G chips

Apple has reportedly hit a snag in their plans to use their in-house 5G modem chips for future iPhone models. Originally, the company would have used their own chip in the iPhone 15 series, however now it looks like they will continue to use Qualcomm’s 5G modem chips for one more year.

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Subway Surfers Tag, HEROish and more games coming to Apple Arcade in July

Apple usually adds new games to Apple Arcade on Fridays, but that doesn’t mean that it will always be a big update or brand-new games every Friday. In July, Apple Arcade subscribers can look forward to the release of three new App Store greats, as well as the introduction of a variety of games that are making their first appearance in Apple Arcade. Last month, games like Jigsaw Puzzle, Cooking Mama: Cuisine!, and more were released. Continue reading “Subway Surfers Tag, HEROish and more games coming to Apple Arcade in July”

Belkin BOOST↑CHARGE PRO 3-in-1, 15W Wireless Charging Stand with MagSafe for Apple devices announced

Today, Belkin announced the new and improved BOOST↑CHARGE PRO 3-in-1 Wireless Charging Stand, which has been upgraded to support fast charging on Apple Watch Series 7. This upgraded variant will deliver the very same features to the iPhone 13 as well as iPhone 12 models, AirPods Pro or AirPods with Wireless Charging Case, all while maintaining the familiar form factor of the product that was launched in 2020. Continue reading “Belkin BOOST↑CHARGE PRO 3-in-1, 15W Wireless Charging Stand with MagSafe for Apple devices announced”

Apple said to be working on M2 Pro Mac Mini, new Apple TV, revamped HomePod, and more

Mark Gurman articulated additional M2 MacBook’s on Apple’s product roadmap in the most recent edition of his Power On newsletter for Bloomberg, which included new Mac mini models with M2 and M2 Pro chips, new 14-inch as well as 16-inch MacBook Pro models with M2 Pro and M2 Max chips, and then a new Mac Pro tower with M2 Ultra and “M2 Extreme” chipsets. Continue reading “Apple said to be working on M2 Pro Mac Mini, new Apple TV, revamped HomePod, and more”

Apple Back to School offer: Discounts, Free AirPods with select Mac or iPad models for college, school students in India

When purchasing Apple products, college and high school students frequently receive significant educational discounts. It’s “back to school” season, and Apple has an intriguing Education Offer for university students and educators. They can now save money on an eligible iPad and Mac by using Apple education pricing, as well as receive a free pair of AirPods and 6 months of Apple Music. Continue reading “Apple Back to School offer: Discounts, Free AirPods with select Mac or iPad models for college, school students in India”

iOS 16’s ‘Automatic Verification’ feature can securely bypass CAPTCHA

While CAPTCHA is a good way to prevent bots from entering a site or app, it does produce a bit of friction in the user experience. As a solution to this issue, Apple has introduced a new feature in iOS 16 called ‘Automatic Verification’ that will securely sign in to websites and apps without needing user input.

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Apple Arcade is getting two new games — Jigsaw Puzzle and Cooking Mama: Cuisine!

Apple Arcade, a gaming subscription service, receives new releases from developers on a regular basis. To recall, the game service had six new releases in April, and today Apple Arcade is getting a new release of a puzzle game called Jigsaw Puzzle by MobilityWare+. Cooking Mama: Cuisine!, a popular cooking simulator game, will be released tomorrow as well. Continue reading “Apple Arcade is getting two new games — Jigsaw Puzzle and Cooking Mama: Cuisine!”

Apple may launch 15-inch MacBook with M2 and M2 Pro options

A couple of days ago, we reported that Apple is working on a 15-inch variant of the MacBook Air that will launch in 2023. Now fresh rumours have surfaced claiming that the 15-inch MacBook model will come in two variants – one with an M2 chip and one with an M2 Pro chip.

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13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 pre-orders begin June 17

Apple introduced a new MacBook Pro 13-inch model with the new M2 chip at the WWDC 2022 last week. Today the company has confirmed that it will be available to order worldwide on Friday, June 17, on apple.com/store, in the Apple Store app, and Apple Authorized Resellers. It will begin arriving to customers, and will be in select Apple Store locations and Apple Authorized Resellers, on Friday, June 24. Continue reading “13-inch MacBook Pro with M2 pre-orders begin June 17”

How to migrate WhatsApp data from Android to iPhone

After rumours, WhatsApp has finally started rolling out the feature to migrate WhatsApp data from Android to iPhone. This comes after the company rolled out the option to move data for iPhone to Android last year. Continue reading “How to migrate WhatsApp data from Android to iPhone”

Apple may launch new iPad Pro with M2 chip, wireless charging later this year

Apple is reportedly planning to release a new update to the iPad Pro line up later this year. According to Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman, the company will release a new iPad Pro powered by their latest M2 processor by September/October, and later release a 14-inch iPad Pro sometime in 2023.

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iPhone 14 series could feature AF front camera, 6P lens

For a long time, rumours have circulated which said that the iPhone 14 series will feature an Auto-Focus (AF) front camera for the first time in an iPhone. Now, it appears that the rumours are finally happening, as Ming-Chi Kuo, a well-known Apple product analyst, claims that the front camera on the iPhone 14 series will be upgraded to AF technology. He also claims that Apple will use a 6P lens for the front camera rather than a 5P lens. Continue reading “iPhone 14 series could feature AF front camera, 6P lens”