iOS 13 Will Use Your iPhones To Fix Your Apple TV’s Audio Sync Issues

We’re sure that we’ve all watched videos in which the video and audio are completely out of sync with each other. It can be a bit disconcerting and can be very annoying. There are various ways to fix that, but it seems that with iOS 13, Apple has plans to use your iPhone to help fix any audio sync issues that you might be experiencing with your Apple TV.


Apple Watch Should Support Direct Software Updates With watchOS 6

The upcoming major update for the Apple Watch, watchOS 6, brings a variety of new features for the platform. For example, it adds an App Store to the Apple Watch for the first time. The wearable device may become further independent of the iPhone as watchOS 6 looks set to bring software updates direct to the Apple Watch. However, there’s going to be a ceveat.


Apple’s Own 5G Modems Might Only Arrive In 2022 Or 2023

According to recent reports, it has been suggested that Apple’s 5G iPhones might only arrive in 2020. This is due to an agreement that Apple has arrived with Qualcomm in a settlement which will allow Apple to license Qualcomm’s tech, which would help the company with their 5G iPhones.


‘Find My Friends’ App Helped A Mother Locate Her Missing Daughter

Apple’s iOS devices have an app called “Find My Friends”. It feels almost stalkerish as it basically let users keep track of where their friends are at all times. However, it seems that an argument for the app’s existence could be made as according to a recent story, it helped a mother locate her missing daughter, saving her life in the process.


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Dr. Mario World Will Launch On iOS And Android Devices Next Month

If you enjoy games like Bejeweled where you match gems of similar colors to “clear” a space, then you might have played games like Dr. Mario in the past. If you enjoyed the game, then you might be pleased to learn that Nintendo has since announced a new Dr. Mario game that will be coming onto iOS and Android devices next month.


iOS 13 Will Warn You If You Delete An App With An Active Subscription

In recent times, Apple has been pushing for the subscription model to be adopted. This is beneficial for both Apple and developers where it ensures a steady income for both parties. For consumers, it means more expensive apps, but the upside is that with developers continuously getting paid, it does encourage them to keep the app updated with new features.


Apple TV Will Finally Gain Picture-In-Picture Support

A lot of modern TVs these days allow users to do picture-in-picture. For those who are unfamiliar, PIP mode is where you can have two screens in a single display itself, where one portion can be playing videos from one source, and the other plays videos from a different source.


iOS 13: Everything You Need To Know

iOS 13 was announced at Apple’s WWDC 2019 recently. It may not have been the most exciting release (it is subjective, of course) – but it surely features a ton of useful (new) additions.


All 2021 iPhones Said To Feature 5G Support

Apple isn’t expected to launch its first iPhone with 5G support until next year. The company will certainly be taking its time in supporting the next-generation network standard on its smartphone. Several Android manufacturers have already put 5G phones on the market. Apple might be waiting for 5G networks to be more widespread before it puts a 5G iPhone on the market. A new report claims that while Apple’s first […]


Security Company Claims To Be Able To Pull Data From Any iOS Device

Cellebrite, for those unfamiliar, is an Israeli mobile security company who gained attention when it was revealed that they had managed to crack Apple’s iPhones, allowing them to gain access to the contents of the device without needing the passcode or biometric authentication from the owner of the device.


Apple Watch Could Be Getting A Glucose Tracker Soon

It has been rumored in the past that Apple could be working on integrating a glucose tracker into its Apple Watch. This would be a great tool for diabetics who might be looking for a non-invasive way of keeping track of their glucose levels. The feature is said to still be years away from being realized, but that future could come sooner than we think with some outside help.


Apple Maps’ Look Around VS Google Maps’ Street View

When it comes to navigation applications, Apple Maps has typically played second or even third fiddle to other apps such as Google Maps. This is due to the various missteps that happened during the app’s launch several years ago, resulting in at least one Apple executive being let go, and with Apple’s CEO issuing an apology and even recommending iOS users use other apps while they sort it out.


The iPhone 11 Could Finally Be Ditching Lightning In Favor Of USB-C

When Apple introduced the 2018 iPad Pro, they made a huge change because for the first time ever, Apple had opted to go with a more universally-recognized connector in the form of USB-C. In some ways, this didn’t really come as a surprise as Apple’s more recent MacBook laptops have ditched all other ports in favor of USB-C and Thunderbolt 3.


iOS 13 Will Allow Users To Edit Videos Natively

Several years ago, Apple introduced some changes to its iOS platform where it brought enhanced editing tools for photos. This meant that instead of merely letting users crop and rotate images, users could make more adjustments without having to turn to the need of a third-party app.