After the Android app which was released a few days back, Microsoft has released its Copilot AI-Powered Chat Assistant app for iPhone and iPad. Powered by the latest OpenAI models, GPT-4 and DALL·E 3, this fast, complex, and precise responses, as well as the ability to create breathtaking visuals from simple text descriptions. Continue reading “Microsoft Copilot app now available for iPhone and iPad”
With the Tata Mumbai Marathon 2023 scheduled for January 15th, here are the best iOS and watchOS apps for iPhone and Apple Watch. These apps will let you set goals, record metrics, and track your progress when you train for a Marathon. Continue reading “Best Running Apps for Marathon Runners on iPhone and Apple Watch”
Apple has started rolling out iOS 16 to all compatible iPhone devices, after it was introduced at the WWDC. The biggest upgrade to the Lock Screen ever is included in iOS 16, along with new tools in Mail, Live Text, and Visual Look Up, as well as the ability to edit and communicate in Messages. Continue reading “Apple starts rolling out iOS 16 with several new features”
At the ongoing WWDC 2021 Apple introduced iOS 15, the next iteration of iOS with a lot of new features. The iOS 15 brings new features to FaceTime, Messages, Memoji, Focus, Notifications, Maps, Safari, Wallet, new Live Text feature, Advanced Spotlight Search, and more. Continue reading “Apple introduces iOS 15 with Facetime Spatial audio and SharePlay, Notification Summary, Live Text and more”
At The Game Awards SQUARE ENIX has announced Just Cause: Mobile, a free to play action-shooter set in the Just Cause universe, designed exclusively for mobile platforms will release on Android and iOS in 2021. The first Just Cause game was launched back in 2006 for Windows and Consoles and the Just Cause 4 was released in 2018. There are no details about Just Cause 5 yet. Continue reading “Just Cause: Mobile free-to-play action shooter coming to Android and iOS in 2021”
Apple introduced the iPhone 12 series smartphones with 5G support last week. A tear down video from China has confirmed that the phone uses Qualcomm SDX55 5G modem, which is X55 5G that is also used with Snapdragon 865. The iPhone 11 series used Intel XMM7660 4G mode. Continue reading “iPhone 12 teardown confirms Snapdragon X55 5G modem; Apple to use Snapdragon X60, X65 and X70 modems in future iPhones”
Microsoft announced Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection for enterprise customers back in 2016. Later in 2018 it announced advanced threat protection (ATP) for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, way before the Windows 7 support ended in January 2020. Today, it has announced public preview of Microsoft Defender ATP for Linux. It supports servers running distributed versions of RHEL 7+, CentOS Linux 7+, Ubuntu 16 LTS, or higher LTS, SLES 12+, Debian 9+ and Oracle EL 7. Continue reading “Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection arrives for Linux, coming to Android and iOS soon”
Last year, Google built-in advanced security keys into Android phones as a part of its Advanced Protection Program. The program consisted of Google’s strongest security protections against the constantly evolving phishing attacks. Now, Google has announced that they are supporting iPhone users with these advanced security keys.
ITM Semiconductor, a South Korean circuit manufacturer who began supplying battery circuit modules for the iPhone 11 is supposedly going to be supplying newer battery protection circuits for the upcoming iPhone 12. The newer module will likely enable the iPhone 12 to have a larger battery capacity due to the smaller size of the protection circuit.
Apple has long been rumoured to be working on AR and VR products. New reports from The Information and Bloomberg suggest that Apple is working on a bunch of products based on an advanced 3D Time of Flight sensor that will first make an appearance in the upcoming iPad and iPhones next year.
The Apple iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro go on sale today in India just a week after it went on sale in the US and the all new Apple iPhone 11 Pro in Silver just arrived at FoneArena. Here is our unboxing and first impressions.
Google has been revamping things, adding features and much more to its GSuite, in a bid to give users a smooth experience. As we all know, last the company launched automatic room suggestions in Google Calendar on the web. Continue reading “Google Calender’s AI-powered meeting room suggestions now rolling for Android and iOS”
Google is slowly but steadily revamping all its apps to suit the new Material Theme. In the recent development, the search engine giant is working a new look and feel on Google Drive for iOS and Android, making it easier to communicate and collaborate across files in Drive on mobile devices. Google Drive for the web got the feature back in May last year. Continue reading “Google Drive Material redesign arrives for iOS and Android to match its look on the web”
When Apple announced support for Dual SIM functionality on the iPhone XS and XS Max, a lot of readers were asking if they would have more than one eSIM on a device. Turns out, you can have save several eSIMs to the iPhone XS and activate any one SIM at anytime. This is such an awesome feature which is only available on the iPhone XS at this point. On a recent trip, I managed to activate several eSIMs on my iPhone XS Max and it worked like a charm. I managed to also try a couple of eSIM based data roaming providers Gigsky and Truphone. Continue reading “How to switch between multiple eSIMs on iPhone XS and XS Max with iOS 12.1”
Blizzard Entertainment has announced Diablo Immortal, a mobile massively multiplayer online action–role-playing game in the Diablo franchise for Android and iOS devices that has been co-developed by Blizzard Entertainment and NetEaseIt. It brings Six iconic and highly customizable Diablo character classes —Barbarian, Crusader, Demon Hunter, Monk, Necromancer, and Wizard—each with new powers and abilities, with more playable classes planned for future updates.