macOS 10.15 Could Expand Apple Watch Authentication

The Apple Watch can be used to make payments with Apple Pay. How it authenticates the user is that it “registers” the user through the heart rate sensor underneath the watch, and as long as the user has entered their passcode and the watch remains on their wrist, they are considered to be authenticated.


Apple Developing Its Own Tile-Like Tracker Accessory

We’re sure that some of you might be familiar with the Bluetooth accessory Tile. For those who aren’t, Tile is a tiny Bluetooth accessory that can be put onto a keychain or slipped into a bag and used to keep track of your items. It can also be used to alert users when their item moves out of their range.


New iPhones Said To Feature An Ultra-Wide Lens

Apple isn’t due to unveil its new iPhones until the fall at the very least but that doesn’t mean there’s no speculation about the handsets already. There’s a steady trickle of information from the rumor mill and the supply chain about the changes that Apple may introduce with this year’s models. The camera is an important area of focus for Apple and it may improve it this year with the […]


Apple’s iPhone Recycling Program Expanded To Best Buy Stores

Apple announced today that its iPhone recycling program is now being expanded to Best Buy locations in the United States. This means that there are now significantly more locations where customers can return their old devices if they want the peace of mind that they will be recycled properly. It was previously possible to do this through Apple’s website or its retail stores.


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Apple Said To Launch Cheaper 4.7-Inch iPhone Next Year

A new report out of Taiwan claims that Apple is going to launch a cheaper iPhone model in March next year. It adds that this is going to be a 4.7-inch iPhone which will be based on the iPhone 8 design. Since there is a subset of customers who opt for phones with smaller displays, Apple has catered to them previously with the iPhone SE, but it was discontinued last […]


Apple’s 5G iPhones Might Arrive In 2020 With Qualcomm’s Chipsets

A report from earlier this month revealed that Apple might miss their rumored 2020 deadline to launch a 5G iPhone. The report claimed that Apple was having issues sourcing their 5G modems due to their ongoing litigation with Qualcomm, in which the latter company supplies the majority of the chipsets in upcoming 5G smartphones.


MacOS 10.15 May Let You Use The iPad As An External Display

Apple’s upcoming major macOS update appears to be a feature-packed one. Reports have started filtering in about the new features that we can expect from this update. A report claims that macOS 10.15 will enable users to use a connected iPad as an external display for their Mac computer. There are a few third-party options for this already but they will essentially become obsolete if official support arrives in macOS […]


Microsoft Launches Free-To-Play Forza Street For iOS And Android

Console makers typically create games that are exclusive to their platforms. This is done so that it will entice gamers to choose their platform when trying to decide between consoles. For example, Sony has God of War, Nintendo has The Legend of Zelda, and Microsoft has its Forza racing franchise.


Apple Reportedly Investing $500 Million Towards Apple Arcade

Last month Apple announced a new game subscription service called Apple Arcade. For a fixed monthly price, gamers would be able to access premium paid-for titles that would be exclusive to the platform in a bid to try and get people to sign up for it. Th e titles part of the store are also expected to be largely new titles as well, instead of just rehashing existing paid-for games.


Apple Watch Calls For Help After 80 Year Old Woman Falls

The Apple Watch is proving to be more than just a smartwatch for quite a few people. It’s been looking after them very well. Be it saving a man’s life after detecting supraventricular tachycardia or detecting afib to convert a naysayer. According to a new report, the Apple Watch called for help after an 80 year old woman suffered a fall in Munich, Germany.


iOS 13 Reportedly Features A System-Wide Dark Mode

There has been some talk about Apple developing a dark mode for iOS and a new report suggests that the next major iteration of Apple’s mobile operating system is indeed going to bring a system-wide dark mode. iOS would be late to the party as this is something you can already get on an Android smartphone.


Apple Adds Confirmation Action For App Store Subscriptions

It was all too easy for App Store users to pay for a subscription they didn’t want if they used Touch ID for authentication. Just a simple misplaced finger on the home button could cause them to pay for a subscription they didn’t want. This was problematic because most users would press the Home button to try and leave the app when they saw a subscription popup. Since they had […]


How To Print On iPhone

Printing from your mobile device is a lot easier these days, and if you are looking for how to print on your iPhone, here are several different methods that you can check out.


macOS 10.15 May Bring Separate Video, Music, And Podcasts Apps

Apple may break out some of its media features from iTunes and bring them as separate apps on Mac. This possibility was raised after the company announced that its TV app would arrive on the Mac soon. According to a new report, the next major macOS update will bring separate apps for Podcasts, Music, and Videos.