Alleged Google Pixel 6 Renders Shows Off A Futuristic Design
Google is expected to launch the Pixel 6 later this year. We’re not sure what the phone will look like yet, but thanks to Jon Prosser of FrontPageTech and RendersbyIan, the potential design of the upcoming phone has been revealed, and we have to say that we’re pretty excited by its futuristic design.

Twitter’s Verification Program Could Be Coming Back Next Week
As with most social media platforms, Twitter has a verification feature that basically identifies people on Twitter who might need to have a verified account, like a politician, a company/brand, journalists, researchers, and so on. The idea is that since these accounts are verified, whatever they say that might represent themselves will be more legit.

Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 Could Actually Be Quite Affordable
If the rumors are to be believed, the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 3 is expected to be launched in August. Now, the thing with foldable phones is that while they are exciting, they are also rather pricey simply because what you’re paying for is the tech behind the foldable display. If price has been what’s holding you back, you could be in luck.

No More New Fujifilm X Cameras For 2021
Earlier this year, Fujifilm launched its X-E4 mirrorless camera. If you were hoping to see more updates to the X-series lineup this year, prepare to be disappointed. This is according to a report from Fuji Rumors who claims that Fujifilm will not be launching any new models for the remainder of the year.

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TikTok Could Be Looking To Launch A Recruitment Tool
Back in the day if you were looking for a job, you’d check the classifieds section in a newspaper. While that is still being used, these days there are different ways of finding jobs, and TikTok is hoping that their platform could be used by the younger generation for job discovery, according to a report from Axios.

Rumor Claims Apple Might Be Developing A Nintendo Switch-Like Gaming Device
You don’t necessarily think of Apple when it comes to gaming, but it would be a lie to say that the company isn’t interested in the area. After all, Apple Arcade seems like a pretty good indication that they are interested in gaming to some degree. However, is Apple interested enough to pursue hardware designed for it?

Samsung’s Foldable Phones Are Set For An August Launch
We have been hearing rumors that Samsung has a couple of new foldable phones in the works. One of those devices is the successor to the Galaxy Z Flip, and the other being the successor to the Galaxy Z Fold 2. So the question is, when will Samsung be officially announcing these new phones?

Next-Gen MacBook Air Could Feature Flat Edges, White Bezels
In terms of the design of the MacBook Air, Apple hasn’t really done much with the laptop since it was first launched. They did make some slight changes by giving it black bezels, offering it in more color options, but other than that, it’s outer design remains unchanged over the years, but that could change in the next-gen model.

Microsoft Might Have Killed Development On Windows 10X
Windows 10 is Microsoft’s latest operating system, but the company is working on variants of it. One of those is Windows 10X, which was originally designed with foldable devices, like the Surface Neo, in mind. However, later this changed where Microsoft wanted Windows 10X to focus on single-screen devices.

Next-Gen MacBook Air Could Come In iMac-like Colors
When Apple announced their brand new 24-inch iMac, they also unveiled the computer in a bunch of new color options that are reminiscent of the iMac G3 from the good old days. It now turns out that Apple could now apply that to its next-gen MacBook Air as well, according to leakster Jon Prosser.

This Could Be Our First Look At The iPhone 13 Pro Max
Later on this year, we can expect Apple to launch their brand new iPhones, which right now are being referred to as the iPhone 13. Part of the lineup is also expected to include the iPhone 13 Pro Max, the top of the line model and the best iPhone 13 that money can buy, but what could it look like?

Updated iPad Mini Expected To Arrive Later Than Expected
Apple’s updates to its iPad mini lineup have been rather lackluster, but not surprising given that Apple seems to be more interested in its higher-end iPad Pro series. However, it sees that a refresh could take place later this year, albeit slightly later than expected, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.

Samsung Expected To Supply Apple With iPhone Component To Enable 120Hz Refresh Rates
If the rumors are to be believed, this year’s iPhone could finally see Apple introduce an iPhone with a 120Hz refresh rate. This is a big deal considering that many iPhone competitors in the Android space have managed to achieve this feat years ago. Now adding fuel to the fire is a new report claiming that Samsung will be supplying Apple with a component of the display.

2021’s MacBook Pro Could Come With A Mini LED Display
A couple of weeks ago, Apple launched their first mini LED product with the iPad Pro. It has been largely rumored that Apple will eventually bring that technology to its other products like its Mac computers, which have been using LCDs for the longest time ever, and it seems that the MacBook Pro refresh later this year could see those efforts come to fruition.

Apple’s First Foldable Phone Could Be A Success
Earlier, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo made a rather bold claim in which he stated that he believed that based on his sources, Apple could start selling its first ever foldable iPhone in 2023. Now according to Kuo, he seems to think that Apple’s first attempt at a foldable smartphone could actually be a success.

8-inch Foldable iPhone Expected In 2023
There have been rumors circulating for a while now that Apple could be working on a foldable iPhone. It is an interesting rumor since it sounds like Apple wants to hop on the bandwagon that Samsung had created, even though foldable phones still aren’t quite mainstream yet. Now it looks like we might have a date for the device.

Apple Watch With Glucose And Blood Pressure Monitoring Could Actually Be Happening
According to a report from a few months ago, it was suggested that one of the features we might be able to look forward to in the next-gen Apple Watch is blood sugar/glucose level monitoring. This is something we have been hearing about for years, but the previous report suggested that it might finally be ready.

Apple Music HiFi Hinted At In iOS 14.6 Beta
One of the main differences between Apple Music and Tidal is that the latter is focused more on higher quality streams, which for some actually matters, while for others, they can’t really tell the difference. However, if you wished that Apple Music had a similar feature, you could actually be in luck.

Apple’s M2 Chipset Reportedly Enters Mass Production
Last year, Apple announced the M1 Apple Silicon chipset. This is Apple’s first Apple Silicon chipset that they will be using to power its future Mac computers, and presumably iPads if the latest iPad Pro is any indication. While the M1 has proven itself to be more than capable, we have to wonder what kind of changes or improvements could Apple have to make it more on par with its […]

These Are The Release Dates For The New iPad Pros
Last week, Apple announced their new iPad Pros. The company stated that customers can pre-order the tablets on the 30th of April, but stopped short of providing an actual release date except to say the second half of May. However, leakster Jon Prosser has tweeted out the potential release date for either tablet.