Siri Could Whisper Or Shout At Users In The Future
Let’s say you’re at a party and the music is blasting and you ask Siri to do something, but you can’t hear Siri’s response simply because the music is too loud. The opposite could be true, where you’re in a quieter location and Siri sounds like she’s shouting at you (because of your volume).

Apple Is Now Rejecting Apps That Use Third-Party SDKs To Collect User Data Without Consent
It seems that Apple is pretty serious about maintaining and protecting the privacy of its users. Not too long ago, Apple introduced a new requirement that asked that developers list out what kind of data their apps collect on users, thus giving users more transparency and to help them make more informed decisions.

iPhone SE In 2023 Could See A Display Increase To 6.1-inches
Apple’s iPhone SE is meant to be a smaller and more affordable version of the iPhone, but at the rate Apple is progressing, it seems that the lines are getting even more blurred. This is according to analyst Ross Young who claims that in the next couple of years, the iPhone SE could see an increase to its display.

Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Camera Jumps Ahead: 220 Points
It has been a busy March, and to conclude close this month, rich in new launches, Xiaomi has unleashed the Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra, a flagship phone that comes with one of the most potent mobile cameras on the market.

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How To Reset Network Settings On iPhone
Having issues with your WiFi or cellular connection on your iPhone? Then perhaps you might want to consider resetting your network settings to see if that helps.

iPhone 13 Pro Max Could Sport A Camera With A Wider Aperture
If you prefer being able to take photos in low light without having to crank the exposure, ISO, or add flash, then that’s where a lens with a larger aperture comes in handy. The good news is that this is something we can look forward to in the iPhone 13 Pro Max, or at least that’s what analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims.

iOS 14.5 Update Will Introduce A Battery Recalibration Tool
From time to time, our devices stop functioning the way they’re supposed to. Sometimes, a reset does the job, but sometimes it might need a little more help. This is something that Apple is looking into for the iPhone’s battery because in the iOS 14.5 update, Apple will introduce a new battery recalibration tool.

Verizon Will Pay You Up To $1,000 For Your Old, Broken Phones
Whenever you trade in a phone, the value of it depends on how old it is and also its condition, which is why you usually try to keep phones in tip-top shape if you plan on trading them in or selling them off later on. However, with Verizon you may no longer have to worry about the condition of your phone.

Yes, Xiaomi Has Their Own Foldable Phone Now
Ever since foldable phones became an actual thing you could buy, the brands we could choose from was pretty much just Samsung, who flooded the market with multiple variants, overshadowing the likes of Huawei and Motorola who tried to get in on the action as well. Now it looks like there’s a new player in town – Xiaomi.

Study Finds Android Shares More Data With Google Than iOS Does With Apple
There is a popular saying which says that if you aren’t paying for the product, then there is a good chance you are the product. This is kind of true with companies like Google or Facebook where their services are mostly free, but in exchange your data is collected and sold to advertisers who create personalized and targeted ads.

League Of Legends: Wild Rift Beta Now Available In North America
A couple of years ago, the folks at Riot announced that they would be bringing its League of Legends game onto mobile devices in the form of League of Legends: Wild Rift. The game hasn’t been fully released yet, but for those who are interested in possibly taking part in the beta, you’re in luck.

Apple Approved Bitcoin Scam App Robs Man Of $600,000
While many developers have complained about Apple’s strict and sometimes draconian review process of apps for the App Store, there is a good reason behind that as Apple wants to ensure that no malicious apps or malware disguised as apps make their way into the App Store ecosystem.

Apple Exploring Cheese Grater Design For The iPhone
When the new Mac Pro was announced, many made fun of the computer’s cheese grater design. Apple has since applied that design to other products like the Pro Display XDR, and now it seems that the company is exploring the possibility of maybe using that same design for the iPhone.

Apple’s 4nm Chipsets Expected To Arrive In 2022
While companies like Samsung, Qualcomm, MediaTek, and Huawei make their own chipsets for mobile devices, if there is one competitive edge that Apple has over the rest is the manufacturing process where thanks to their partnership with TSMC, Apple has managed to churn out chipsets built on a smaller process compared to the rest.

T-Mobile Will Use Google Messages As Its Default SMS App
Back in the early days of the smartphone and when instant messenger services like WhatsApp were growing in popularity, carriers were struggling with what to do. This is because with these messenger services, users slowly stopped sending SMS which used to cost money. However, fast forward to today and the landscape is looking very different.

Xiaomi Just Did What Apple Failed To Do
A few years ago, Apple announced their plans to launch a new wireless charging accessory called AirPower. This was basically a wireless charging mat that Apple claimed could charge multiple devices at once, and users did not have to worry about aligning the devices with the charging coils.

The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra Has a Literally Huge Camera Update
Xiaomi held a highly-anticipated launch event today for its Mi 11 line of products. However, the Mi 11 Ultra is -by far- the star of the show, mainly because of its innovative and large camera module with an OLED display in the back.Of course, we are mobile camera enthusiasts, but consider this: the Xiaomi M11 Ultra might be the best selfie camera on the market since it uses its powerful […]

New Android Malware Disguises Itself As A System Update
Malware on smartphones isn’t new, although what’s troubling is that the creators of these malwares have come up with new and interesting and even more sneaky ways of disguising them to trick users into installing it. The latest malware, as discovered by security firm Zimperium, seems to have managed to disguise itself as an Android system update.

The iPhone 13 Will Continue To Keep Its Ports
There have been rumors that suggest that Apple will eventually launch a portless iPhone. In fact, one of those rumors came from prolific leakster Jon Prosser who back in May 2020, seemed pretty confident that a portless iPhone could launch this year. However, a new report suggests that will not happen.

iOS 14.4.2 Will Fix A Dangerous Safari Exploit
If you own an iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch, then you might want to update your devices ASAP. This is because Apple has released iOS 14.4.2 which comes with a fix for an exploit in Safari that could allow for hackers to potentially manipulate websites through cross site scripting when viewed through Safari on your mobile devices.