Apple said to launch iPad and MacBook models with OLED displays in 2022

Apple is reportedly planning to release updated iPads and MacBook laptops with OLED displays. These OLED devices will go into production by the end of 2021, and likely early next year. They are rumoured to exist alongside their upcoming Macbooks with Mini-LED displays.

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Apple launches new service that lets you automatically transfer your photos from iCloud to Google Photos

Apple has recently started offering a way that let iCloud users transfer their photos and videos to Google Photos quickly and easily. Continue reading “Apple launches new service that lets you automatically transfer your photos from iCloud to Google Photos”

Apple may launch 7.5 to 8-inch foldable phone in 2023

Right now, Apple is working on various projects right from iPhone 13 to Electric cars. One among them is Foldable phones. The details regarding the launch of foldable phones have surfaced recently, thanks to reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Continue reading “Apple may launch 7.5 to 8-inch foldable phone in 2023”

Apple said to release iPhone with punch-hole display, new updated iPhone SE 5G model in 2022

Fresh rumours of Apple’s plans for the 2022 iPhone series have surfaced. Popular Apple analyst, Ming Chi-Kuo has revealed in a report that Apple will release a new updated iPhone SE smartphone in 2022, and that some models will ditch the notch-design in favour of a punch-hole.

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iPhone 13 series to continue using Lightning port, feature larger batteries and Pro models with 120Hz displays: Report

Back in 2019, there were rumours claiming that iPhones in 2021 will likely be completely port less. However, according to a new report from Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone 13 series will continue to use the Lightning port, and will also reportedly feature 120Hz displays and larger batteries built-in.

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iPhone 13 said to come in 1TB storage variant

Apple is working on iPhone 13 and will reportedly come with up to 1TB storage for the first time. At present, the iPhone 12 comes with a 512GB storage capacity at max. However, there are no details about the variants, meaning if this will be the case across all the variants or just for the Pro Max variant. Currently, iPad Pro is the only device to offer a 1TB storage solution right now under Apple’s portfolio. Continue reading “iPhone 13 said to come in 1TB storage variant”

3rd generation Apple AirPods wireless earbuds with case surface

Rumours of Apple’s next generation AirPods have been picking up steam lately, signalling that we are likely near the launch of the product. Now, images and renders of the earbuds and its case have been leaked by Chinese website, 52 Audio.

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Apple TV app now available on Chromecast for Google TV devices and more

After announcing back in December 2020, that Apple TV app will be coming to the Google TV platform, the app has finally become available globally to download. The search engine giant also said that it would bring this to more Google TV devices in the upcoming days.

The Apple TV app will allow users access to original TV shows produced by Apple, along with movies and documentaries. The Apple TV app will be available to install from the Play Store, and once installed, it can be found in the Apps Tabs.

Google TV will also recommend some content, such as from the Apple TV app in the For You tab. In case, if you have an Apple TV+ subscription, users can watch their favorite TV show within the app.

Users in the US will be able to browse through Apple Originals in their personalised recommendations and search results. They will also able to ask Google Assistant to open the Apple TV app or play an Apple Original title. On top of that, they can add Apple Originals movies or shows to Watchlist as well. Google says these features will roll out globally in the coming months.

In addition to Chromecast with Google TV, the Apple TV app will also be available on Google TVs from Sony and TCL. Google is planning to roll out to more Android TV-powered devices in the coming months.

Apple looking to hire engineers for 6G cellular technology development

The race to release 5G capable smartphones is in full swing now, and Apple already begun looking into the next-generation cellular technology. According to a new job posting, Apple is looking to hire engineers and talent that will help in the development of next generation 6G cellular technologies.

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Epic Games files anti-trust lawsuit against Apple in EU

Continuing their fight against Apple, Epic Games has filed an anti-trust lawsuit with the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Competition this time, claiming that Apple has conducted in a behavior that is anti-competitive and harmful to the free market. Epic Games had previously filed lawsuits against Apple for similar allegations in the USA, Australia and UK.

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iPhone 13 may feature always-on display, showing clock and battery icons

Always-on display were made possible thanks to OLED technology, and Android smartphones were the first to use them. New rumours point to Apple finally adding support for Always-on displays with the iPhone 13, which will constantly show the clock and battery, and periodically show notifications.

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Apple launches “For All Mankind: Time Capsule” Apple TV+ AR app

Apple has released a new “For All Mankind: Time Capsul‪e” app on the App Store that enables augmented reality (AR) experiences for Apple TV+ series “For All Mankind”. The AR app uses Apple’s ARKit framework to create these experiences and even has some exclusive content for the latest iPad Pro and iPhone 12 Pro series.

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Siri on iOS 14.5 public beta now allows third-party music streaming apps

Apple’s hold over their ecosystem is quite well known within the tech community. However, a new change within the iOS 14.5 public beta might suggest otherwise. Siri now reportedly allows users to set third-party music streaming apps as the default, instead of being forced to Apple Music.

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Apple’s upcoming mixed reality headset said to feature 8K displays, LIDAR sensors and fabric mesh material body

Over the past few months, rumours of Apple working on a VR and AR headset has been heating up quite a bit. The latest report from The Information now reveals that the headset will cost a premium, around $3000, and will feature 8K displays, a powerful processor and loads of sensors and cameras.

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iPhone 13 said to feature improved ultra-wide cameras with better low-light capabilities

In a new report by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, information about the iPhone 13’s possible new ultra-wide lens have been revealed. Apple may end up using an upgraded 7P Wide angle lens for the ultra-wide sensor, which should in theory provide better low-light performance.

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