Teardown Of Apple’s New 13-inch MacBook Pro Reveals A Larger Battery

Just the other day, Apple refreshed its MacBook Pro lineup where they killed off the non-Touch Bar model and replaced the entire lineup with Touch Bar-only models. One of the new models that they introduced was an updated 13-inch MacBook Pro, and it seems that Apple has given the laptop more than just a refresh in hardware.


Apple Has Hit The Pause Button On Its AR Glasses

For a while now, we have heard rumors that Apple could be working on a pair of augmented reality (AR) glasses. The glasses were originally set for a launch in 2020, or so the rumors were saying, but now it seems that there is a chance we might never see them anymore. This is because apparently, Apple has stopped development on them.


Apple Exploring The Idea Of Wirelessly Charging Electric Cars

At the moment, the way electric cars are charged is by plugging it into a charger, much like our phones, tablets, and so on. This isn’t really an issue, but the problem is that we imagine that over time as more electric cars populate the market, it means that these charging stations could get quite busy.


Apple Is Now Shipping India-Made iPhones To Europe

China isn’t the only country where Apple makes iPhones. It has started producing some models in India where the company had decided to localize production in order to prevent getting hit by import taxes. The company is also using that production capacity to meet demand in other regions. It has reportedly started shipping iPhones made in India to European markets.


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Apple Watch’s Walkie Talkie Feature Disabled Due To Eavesdropping Flaw

One of the new features introduced in last year’s watchOS update came in the form of Walkie Talkie. As its name suggests, it allowed users to push-to-talk to talk to each other using their Apple Watch, kind of like how it was back in the day with those Dick Tracy comics and movies. However, it seems that the feature has since been disabled.


Five New iPads Show Up In European Regulatory Filings

A report from yesterday suggested that Apple could be gearing up for a launch of a new iPad. The iPad in question is said to be the rumored 10.2-inch iPad which is said to be replacing the 9.7-inch model. It seems that there could be some truth to those rumors because according to a report by MySmartPrice, they have discovered that a bunch of new iPads have been filed with […]


Apple Will Kill Of Face ID In 2021’s iPhones In Favor Of In-Screen Fingerprint Sensor

Back in 2017, Apple introduced the world to Face ID, its facial recognition system that future iPhones would be adopting. However, when they introduced it, they removed Touch ID in the process, meaning that users could only rely on facial recognition completely, at least as far as biometric security was concerned.


Apple Quietly Pushes Out Update That Removes Zoom’s Software From Macs

As some of you might have heard, a recent flaw was discovered in the video conferencing software Zoom for Mac computers, in which if exploited, would have forced users into video conferences and enable their webcams. This was due to a method employed by Zoom in which a local server was installed on the host’s computer.


Nest Kills App Support For Apple Watch And Wear OS

Smartwatches are a pretty clever invention, especially since they allow us to do many things without having to reach for our phone. For example, we can send text messages, read notifications, get reminders, set alarms, and so on. There was even a point in time where we could control our smart home devices such as Nest.


Mass Production Of Apple’s Next-Gen iPad Expected To Begin This Month

If you’re interested in getting your hands on a new iPad tablet, then you might want to hold off on a bit. This is because according to a report from Japanese publication Macotakara, they cite Taiwan’s Economic Daily News in which they claim that Apple is expected to begin mass production of the next-gen iPad later this month.


Apple’s New MacBook Pro And Air Models Are Eligible For Free Keyboard Repairs

Yesterday, Apple announced a refresh to its laptop lineup where they updated both its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops. These laptops will continue to use the same butterfly switch mechanism found in previous MacBook laptops, and as such, we imagine that there are some who are wary about buying them due to the numerous issues users have had with them.


Apple Just Killed Its Non-Touch Bar MacBook Pro

Ever since Apple introduced the MacBook Pro with the Touch Bar, it was largely assumed that the company would eventually transition its entire MacBook Pro to Touch Bar. However, for a few years, Apple kept a non-Touch Bar version of the 13-inch MacBook Pro around as a cheaper and more affordable alternative.


Apple Music’s Student Trial Period Has Been Doubled To Six Months

Apple Music is currently a paid-only subscription, although they do offer subscribers a free 3-month trial before requiring them to pay for it. However, the good news is that if you’re a student, then you’ll be pleased to learn that Apple has since doubled the duration of the free trial period.


AirPods With Water Resistance Still Reportedly On Track For 2019

Earlier this year, Apple launched their second-gen AirPods. It offered up some improvements over its predecessor, although there were rumors that there could also be a water-resistant model in the works, which according to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives is apparently still on track for 2019.