As per the rumors, Apple is said to have been working on creating a subscription bundle that combines various services together in more affordable packages. Dubbed the Apple One, that services bundle has since been officially confirmed where there will be several different plans for users to choose from.
It has been rumored that Apple has been planning to launch a fitness subscription service. It seems that the rumors were right on the money as Apple has since officially announced Apple Fitness+. This is a fitness video training subscription service that Apple claims will introduce new workout videos every week.
The Apple Watch is not exactly cheap, and we have been hearing rumors that Apple could actually be planning a new and more affordable Apple Watch. It turns out that the rumors were partially right as Apple has since officially announced the Apple Watch SE, which sits between the Series 3 and the Series 6.
Apple has announced their latest Apple Watch in the form of Series 6. As per the rumors, it seems that Apple has not updated the design of the Apple Watch, but it seems that the selling point of the Series 6 would be the introduction of a blood oxygen monitor that helps you keep track of your respiratory health.
Earlier this year, Apple introduced the iPhone SE. This is the company’s latest attempt at creating an affordable iPhone, but the problem with it is that it was a bit small compared to some of Apple’s other iPhones. This is where the rumors later suggested that Apple could actually have an iPhone SE Plus in the works for the second half of 2020.
Google has plenty of smart home products when it comes to helping people stay in touch. This includes things like their Nest speakers and smart displays, just to name a few. However, it seems that Google is now branching out into enterprise hardware as the company has since unveiled the Google Series One meeting room kits.
ASUS is a computer brand and IKEA is a furniture company. It might seem like neither company have anything in common, but that might no longer be the case. ASUS’ gaming division, ROG, have announced a partnership with IKEA in which both companies will be teaming up to create gaming furniture.
Recently, it was revealed that at the somewhat last minute, Apple put the iPhone 12 to production but scrapped their plans to include a 120Hz display. This is rather disappointing given that many Android phones have displays with similar refresh rates, not to mention it debuted in the iPad Pro years ago.
When Apple introduced a change in design to the Apple Watch, it was with the Apple Watch Series 4. Now that the Series 6 is going to be announced in the next couple of hours, we’re sure some of you are hoping that the Series 6 will be bringing about a new design as well. Unfortunately, you might be disappointed.
A report from a couple of months ago suggested that to meet the demand of gamers stuck at home due to the coronavirus pandemic, Sony could actually boost its PS5 production. However, that may no longer be the case, at least that’s according to a report from Bloomberg which suggests that Sony might actually end up producing less than expected.
Given the popularity of TikTok, it didn’t come as a surprise to learn that many other tech firms were racing to create something similar. Instagram launched Reels and now it looks like YouTube has also decided to wade into the market with their own answer called YouTube Shorts.
When it was announced that TikTok had to seek a US buyer or face potentially being banned in the US, Microsoft also announced that they were in talks to acquire the company. What was interesting is that Oracle, typically seen as a tech company aimed more at enterprise users, threw their hat into the ring as well.
One of the upsides of using a mirrorless camera over a DSLR is that generally speaking, mirrorless cameras are smaller and lighter which makes them easier to carry around. Sony’s A7 series of mirrorless cameras are relatively compact, but the company does make even more compact models.
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Over the past couple of years, LG has focused on the idea of ultra-productivity for every user, not just the wealthy ones who can spend more than $1400+ of the latest folding devices.
Gaming chairs and gaming setups are hardly the most inconspicuous things we’ve seen. However, Cluvens might have taken things to a whole new level with its new gaming chair and workstation rig with the Scorpion Computer Cockpit, which as you can see in the photo above, makes you look like a supervillain.
The Apple Watch has saved quite a number of lives over the years, although it was done mostly through the heart and ECG monitoring feature that alerted the wearer to potential health problems before it became too late. Now it seems that the Apple Watch has saved yet another life, but in a different way.
When Google announced the Pixel 4a, they also announced that they would be launching both the Pixel 4a 5G and Pixel 5 later on, but they did not state when this would happen. However, it seems that we now have a date to look forward to as Google has since confirmed that they would be hosting an event on the 30th of September.
One of the annoying things about Instagram is that it doesn’t support links in captions. This means whenever creators put a link, you’d need to memorize it and type it in yourself. Creators have since had to resort to alternatives, such as putting links in bio, but it’s hardly the most ideal situation.
When it was first announced that TikTok would have to sell itself off to US companies, it was revealed that Microsoft was the frontrunner to acquire the company. However, in a short statement put out by the company today, Microsoft has announced that they would no longer be acquiring the company.
While the AirPods were mocked when they were first launched, they have since gone on to become a pretty hot commodity, so much so that many companies have since adopted a similar design and concept. So much so that the US Customs and Border Protection tweeted that they had seized “counterfeit Apple AirPods” from Hong Kong.