Apple MacBook Pro 2018 with Intel Core i7 Coffee Lake CPU, 13-inch retina display surfaces in benchmarks

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Apple seems to be prepping on launching a new MacBook Pro revamp later this year as the model is now spotted surfacing the Geekbench benchmark test. According to the listing, the model is MacBook Pro 15,2 and it is powered by the Intel Core i7-8559U Coffee Lake CPU, runs up to 28W. Continue reading “Apple MacBook Pro 2018 with Intel Core i7 Coffee Lake CPU, 13-inch retina display surfaces in benchmarks”

Sygic is developing offline maps for Apple Carplay

Apple at the WWDC 2018 event Apple announced that it is opening up CarPlay is opening for 3rd-party applications, post the announcement, Sygic now confirmed offline maps development for Apple Carplay. Sygic is the World first offline navigation for iOS. Continue reading “Sygic is developing offline maps for Apple Carplay”

Apple A12 processor from 2018 iPhone with faster speeds, 4GB RAM surfaces in benchmarks

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Apple’s 2018 iPhones are expected to include a new 6-core A12 processor; A12 and much like with previous chipsets, the new is also expected to bring speed and efficiency improvements. If the benchmarks are to be believed, the A12 is said to be faster and more powerful than A11. Continue reading “Apple A12 processor from 2018 iPhone with faster speeds, 4GB RAM surfaces in benchmarks”

Apple 18W USB-C iPhone power adapter prototype surfaces

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There were rumors that suggested Apple might be including an 18-watt USB-C charger and a Lightning to USB cable in the box in the upcoming 2018 iPhones. This will allow users to fast charge their iPhones without requiring to purchase separate charging accessories at additional cost.  Continue reading “Apple 18W USB-C iPhone power adapter prototype surfaces”

Apple’s 2018 iPhones said to feature both embedded Apple SIM and traditional SIM card tray

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Apple will be launching three new iPhones later this year, and rumor mill already started flowing in details, fresh to join the list is the that the 2018 iPhones said to feature both embedded Apple SIM and traditional SIM card tray.  Continue reading “Apple’s 2018 iPhones said to feature both embedded Apple SIM and traditional SIM card tray”

Apple is rebuilding Maps from ground up by using first-party data gathered by iPhones

Apple Maps Apple is said to be working on re-building its Maps from the ground up, and the company is said to be using first-party data gathered by iPhones with a privacy-first methodology and its own fleet of cars packed with sensors and cameras. This new product from Apple will be introduced in San Francisco and the Bay Area with the next iOS 12 beta and will cover Northern California by fall. Continue reading “Apple is rebuilding Maps from ground up by using first-party data gathered by iPhones”

LG Display said to supply 2 to 4 million OLED Panels for 6.5-inch Apple iPhone X Plus

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Back in July 207, there were reports that Apple is on the verge of investing around $2.7 billion in LG to get OLED panels for future iPhones. However, we now hear that the Korean firm is almost ready to become Apple’s second supplier for OLED screens. This will also allow Apple to reduce its dependence on Samsung who is currently the sole manufacturer of the panels in iPhone X models.  Continue reading “LG Display said to supply 2 to 4 million OLED Panels for 6.5-inch Apple iPhone X Plus”

Apple, Samsung finally settle their biggest U.S. patent dispute

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In what can be seen as a relief, Apple and Samsung on Wednesday have finally settled a seven-year patent dispute over the allegations that Samsung violated its patents by copying the design of the iPhone. Back in May, the U.S. jury awarded Apple $539 million. Continue reading “Apple, Samsung finally settle their biggest U.S. patent dispute”

Apple Watch with larger display, cheaper MacBook Air, iPad with Face ID along with 3 iPhones to launch later this year: KGI

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Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of research firm TF International Securities, today in a fresh research note has detailed more details about the upcoming three new iPhones, 2019 iPhones as well. Furthermore, the company will also introduce redesigned Watch with a larger display, cheaper MacBook Air, iPad with Face ID said to launch later this year. Continue reading “Apple Watch with larger display, cheaper MacBook Air, iPad with Face ID along with 3 iPhones to launch later this year: KGI”

Apple releases iOS 12 public beta with group notifications, ARKit 2, improved Performance for iPhone and iPad

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Apple introduced the iOS 12 at the WWDC earlier this month, and it was made available for developers in Beta soon after the announcement. Now the company has released the first public beta release for iPhone and iPad. This gives non-developers a chance to test the software ahead of its official fall release. This first public beta might be based on the second developer beta, which was released last week.  Continue reading “Apple releases iOS 12 public beta with group notifications, ARKit 2, improved Performance for iPhone and iPad”

Apple said to introduce high-end water resistant AirPods and over-ear headphones in 2019

Apple might be on the verge of pumping up its audio strategy as the company is planning on introducing high-end AirPods, studio-quality over-ear headphones, and a new HomePod in 2019. The new AirPods is expected to come with noise-cancellation and water resistance. Continue reading “Apple said to introduce high-end water resistant AirPods and over-ear headphones in 2019”

Apple finally acknowledges ‘sticky keyboard’ issues on MacBooks, to offer free fix and refunds for past repairs

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Apple today has introduced a new MacBook & MacBook Pro service program that will cover a small percentage of users who might be facing ticky, repeated characters or unresponsive keys. The program says that the process “may involve the replacement of one or more keys or the whole keyboard. Continue reading “Apple finally acknowledges ‘sticky keyboard’ issues on MacBooks, to offer free fix and refunds for past repairs”

Apple files lawsuit against Qualcomm over four patent infringement

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Apple is not stopping its legal battle against Qualcomm as the company has filed petitions with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to challenge four of Qualcomm’s patents. The main goal of Apple is to have the patent office cancel the four Qualcomm patents in question. Interestingly, all four are involved in the patent infringement lawsuit Qualcomm levied against Apple last year. Continue reading “Apple files lawsuit against Qualcomm over four patent infringement”

Apple AirPower multi-device wireless charger said to launch in September

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Anyone who looks closely Apple is slowly yet steadily moving towards wireless era, be it the removal of 3.5mm audio jack or the introduction of wireless charging supports in the iPhone 8 and iPhone X phones. This feature brings the ability to drop the iPhones on a charging mat and juice it up via a process known as induction. Apple introduced an accessory of its own for this; the AirPower but said that it wouldn’t be available until 2018.  Continue reading “Apple AirPower multi-device wireless charger said to launch in September”

Apple’s 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus said to be the most popular model this year

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Apple’s new iPhones are expected to launch later this year; we already know that the company will be launching three new iPhones this year which includes the iPhone X-second generation, iPhone X Plus that sports a 6.5-inches, and a low-cost 6.1 iPhone. Now a fresh report from supply chain sources suggests that the largest of Apple’s 2018 iPhone lineup; the 6.5-inch model will be the top-selling model. Continue reading “Apple’s 6.5-inch iPhone X Plus said to be the most popular model this year”