One of the rumored features of the upcoming iPhone 6s is the inclusion of Force Touch, a feature that originally debuted with the Apple Watch and was later introduced to Apple’s MacBook trackpads. Now in June we had heard that orders for the component had been placed, and now it looks like production is starting to ramp up.
This is according to a report from DigiTimes who claims that production of the component for the iPhone 6s has since ramped up, with as many as 36-40 million iPhones estimated to be built during the September quarter, followed by another 50 million in December. The ramping up in production doesn’t really come as a surprise. Read full post →Production Of Force Touch Components For iPhone 6s Ramping Up [Rumor]
Chrome is a great browser, especially if you’re a heavy user of Google’s products and services. However its performance on Apple’s OS X platform is not particularly great and it has been found to be something of a battery drain. Now if you’re looking to extend the battery life of your MacBook, then perhaps switching to Safari would be a better idea.
Before you think we’re getting paid by Apple to promote Safari/bash Chrome, we’re not. This is based on actual numbers conducted by the folks at Battery Box where they found that using Safari will actually help improve your MacBook’s battery life. This was discovered after one of their colleagues was experiencing much better battery life after making the switch, and they decided to put it to the test. Read full post →Using Safari On A MacBook Helps Improve Battery Life