Software updates typically mean that bugs are fixed, new features are introduced, and performance has been improved, but unfortunately that doesn’t seem to be the case for iOS 11 users. According to a growing number of complaints on Reddit (via The Next Web), it seems that iOS 11 has had the opposite effect for quite a number of them. Read full post →iOS 11 Users Complaining That Update Has Slowed Down Their Apps



While facial recognition systems in phones aren’t new, Apple’s Face ID feature for the iPhone X seems to hold some potential in terms of being a more accurate and foolproof system. It is unclear if it will indeed work as advertised and if it will be better than Touch ID, but for now it seems that feature could be blamed for the iPhone X’s slow production. Read full post →iPhone X’s TrueDepth Camera Reportedly Hindering Production


While Apple did not explicitly mention this feature during the iPhone 8 and iPhone X’s announcements, it was later discovered that both phones will support fast-charging, albeit with a caveat. This caveat came in the form of how only using specific chargers that users will be able to take advantage of the feature. Read full post →Apple Details Which Third-Party Chargers Will Support Fast Charging


Due to the growing number of devices in Google’s hardware portfolio, we guess it would be quite a monumental task if Google were to try and support every single one of them for years on end, which is why like with most manufacturers, Google usually offers a couple of years worth of support per device. Read full post →Nexus 5X, 6P Security Updates Extended Until November 2018


If you’ve recently gotten yourself a new iPhone 8 or 8 Plus and are sometimes hearing static noise during your phone calls, you can rest assured knowing that you don’t have a defective unit and that you’re not alone. According to a report from MacRumors, it seems that quite a few owners of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus are experiencing it too. Read full post →iPhone 8 Owners Reporting Static Noise During Calls



Apple recently launched its 4K compatible Apple TV set-top box. The company announced at the event that it was adding 4K content to the iTunes Store for the same price as HD content. It was also going to upgrade all previously purchased HD movies to 4K for free so that customers could stream them in gorgeous 4K HDR. It appears that Amazon has now responded to Apple’s move by cutting prices on the 4K content it offers through Amazon Video.
Read full post →Amazon 4K Content Prices Cut



We’ve been hearing reports recently that GoPro has a new action camera in the pipeline. Several leaks have revealed details about this new camera which will be called the GoPro Hero6 Black. The company today confirmed when it’s going to officially launch its new action camera. The GoPro Hero6 Black is going to be officially launched later this month at an event in San Francisco, California.
Read full post →GoPro Hero6 Black Launch Date Confirmed



Apple previously relied on Bing to deliver web search results from Siri and Spotlight on iOS and Mac. However, the company today confirmed that it’s replacing Bing with Google for search results on iOS and Spotlight on Mac. Users will now get Google results instead of Bing if Siri falls back to a web search in response to a voice command.
Read full post →Apple Replaces Bing With Google For Siri And Spotlight Search Results



It was reported recently that HP was thinking about ending sales of its Windows-powered productivity behemoth the Elite x3 in November this year. The report didn’t take many by surprise as there has been a general lack of interest from partners to build Windows 10 Mobile-powered devices. However, HP isn’t giving up on the Elite x3 just yet.
Read full post →HP Elite x3 Sales Won’t End Until 2019



Announced earlier this year at the company’s Worldwide Developers Conference event, Apple today released the macOS High Sierra update to all compatible devices across the globe. Like previous updates before it, macOS High Sierra is available as a free download from the Mac App Store. Don’t expect a major redesign or anything as some of the biggest changes have been made under the hood.
Read full post →Apple Releases macOS High Sierra