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Nomad's Base Station Pro Is A Replacement To Apple's AirPower
Unfortunately, Apple’s much-anticipated AirPower was canceled earlier this year. This was heartbreaking news for Apple fans and tech enthusiasts wanting to get their hands on a wireless charging device that promised to wirelessly charge supported Apple devices.However, Nomad – a company responsible for cool accessories has now come up with an alternative to AirPower i.e Base Station Pro.With Base Station Pro, Nomad aims to target the potential fans and enthusiasts […]

iPhone 11 Pro Camera ReviewEditor's Pick
With the iPhone 11 Pro camera, Apple becomes competitive again and catches up to a full year of Ultrawide camera ubiquity at the Android high-end market.

2020 iPhones Might Share A Similar Design To iPhone 4
No matter how good the new iPhones are – it is no longer an exciting smartphone. Of course, if you ought to have an iOS device, it an obvious choice. Sure, the camera is great.But, if you are looking for a fresh design of your smartphone, you have a lot of Android smartphone options.However, the cycle of re-using the same design is about to change in 2020 iPhone lineup.Apple analyst […]

iPhone 11 Pro: Apple’s New Top Phone
During today’s Apple media event in Silicon Valley, the company has announced the iPhone 11 ($699+) and the iPhone 11 Pro ($999+), which also features its most powerful camera system to date.

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Carpool Karaoke Renewed By Apple For A Third Season
CBS-produced Carpool Karaoke has reportedly been renewed by Apple for a third season. This was the first original series for Apple Music and has since been moved over to Apple TV. Viewers like the short-form singalong show quite a bit so it’s not surprising at all to see that the company has decided to renew it for another season.

Apple Reportedly Planning To Move Some Production Outside China
This possibility has come up multiple times over the past few weeks. Apple is seeking to avoid tariffs on products that it manufactures in China and then imports into the United States for sale. In order to avoid the tariffs that the United States has imposed in its ongoing trade war with China, the company would have to move production outside the People’s Republic. According to a new report, Apple […]

Apple's TV Service May Initially Have More Third-Party Content
Apple has been investing heavily in original content for its long-rumored TV service. It has now announced an event for March 25th where this service is expected to be announced. A new report mentions that most of Apple’s original content won’t be ready in time for the launch. This means that the service will largely rely on third-party content initially.

Apple Not Allowing Facebook's Internal iOS Apps To Run
Amid reports that Facebook was distributing an app that gathers personal data from users in exchange for $20 per month, Apple has reportedly blocked all Facebook internal apps from launching on iOS devices. This means that early releases of Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, etc in addition to the company’s employee apps are no longer working on iOS devices.

Huawei's New Year Message Tweeted Out From An iPhone
This is happening frequently with Apple’s rivals so much so that it’s not even funny anymore. Merely weeks after an official Samsung account was found tweeting about the Galaxy Note 9’s display prowess using an iPhone, the New Year’s message from an official Huawei account also came from “Twitter for iPhone.”

PS Vue Integration Brings Live And On-Demand Shows To Apple's TV App
PlayStation Vue, Sony’s standalone online TV streaming service, has become the first streaming TV provider to be integrated with Apple’s TV app. This means that users of this app on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV will now be able to browse on-demand and live content from within Apple’s TV app.

Verizon May Team Up With Apple Or Google For 5G TV Service
Verizon is looking to launch its fixed 5G broadband service later this year and it appears that the company wants to team up with other companies for its live TV over 5G service. A report claims that Verizon is mulling a possible partnership with either Google or Apple for this matter.

Apple Won't Sell You A 2015 MacBook Pro Anymore
Many Mac fans have not really appreciated some of the advancements that the company has made in recent years, including but not limited to the butterfly keys and USB Type-C ports. Those who didn’t like the new MacBooks opted for 2016 and 2015 models instead and it appears that Apple is now gearing up to stop selling the 2015 MacBook Pro.

Apple Reportedly Planning Streaming Bundle For TV, Music, News
With Apple picking up as many new shows and movies as they are, the question is how will Apple distribute them? Will it be part of an Apple Music subscription? Will it be part of Apple TV? According to a report from The Information (paywall; via MacRumors), it seems that Apple could be planning a massive subscription bundle.

Apple Denies Receiving Data From Facebook
Facebook’s privacy practices were called into question once again recently when a report claimed that the company had provided sensitive user data to at least 60 device makers, including the likes of Apple and Samsung. Apple CEO Tim Cook has commented on the matter, claiming in an interview with NPR that Apple has never received any data from Facebook and neither has it ever requested the social network for such […]