Apple Announces Virtual WWDC On June 22nd

Apple is all set to host the world’s largest developer conference – the WorldWide Developers Conference (WWDC) via a virtual platform. The event which normally attracts a huge crowd and tickets worth $1,599 get sold out within minutes will for the first time be an online event. Apple will most likely also be holding a keynote to announce new products and software upgrades as always. Read More

Apple Announces All New MacBook Pro 13-inch With Magic Keyboard

In a press release, Apple today announced a refreshed new MacBook Pro 13 inch with a Magic Keyboard. The new MacBook Pro now starts at $1,299. It features the Magic Keyboard which is essentially a touch bar on the top of the keyboard that allows for quick functionality and easy access to certain features. A Touch ID fingerprint sensor along with an Esc button also feature on the new computer. Read More

iPhone 12 Price To Be Lower Than iPhone 11

Apple is gearing up to release the brand new iPhone 12. Reports suggest that the price for the new iPhone 12 will be lower than that of the current iPhone 11. A new report by MyDrivers and also claims by popular YouTube leak expert Jon Prosser confirm that the price of the new iPhone 12 will start at $649 while the iPhone 11 was launched at $699. The iPhone 12 Pro will be priced at $999 while the iPhone 12 Pro Max will be priced at $1099. Read More

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Apple Delays Production of New iPhones

Apple is reportedly delaying the production of its new iPhones. Apple has notified its production units to delay mass production of its latest flagship iPhone by a month as reported by the Wall Street Journal. Apple is planning to launch four new iPhone models, out of which – two would be at 6.1 inch screens, one with a 5.4 inch screen and one large one wit a 6.7 inch screen. While some analysts predict that Apple will only delay the launch of its flagship phones, it is believed that Apple will delay the launch of all new iPhones by a month. Read More

Fortnite Arrives On Google Play Store

Previously only being available for download outside the Google Play Store, Fortnite has now been made available for global download via the Play Store officially. Fortnite is one of the most popular games in today’s time and people are unable to quit playing it. Epic Games did not want to be on the Play Store as Google charged high fees, but apparently they have changed their mind as it gives them more discovery if they decide to be on the Play Store. Read More

Cheaper AirPods On The Way

Apple recently launched the new iPhone SE and now reports suggest that Apple could be now looking to launch a new generation of cheaper AirPods.

Jon Prosser, a leading journalist claims that the new generation of the AirPods will launch as early as next month. The product was planned for launch back in March but got delayed due to the epidemic. Apple is planning to now release it with the new 13 inch MacBook Pro in May. Read More

7 Simple Ways to Protect Your Privacy

Protecting your privacy online is a very challenging task. The hackers are constantly trying to exploit personal information. The tech giant companies are spending millions of dollars to secure the data of their users. But is the responsibility of the companies to protect the user’s information? The answer is NO. The users need to be smart and only then it will be possible to limit the number of online threats.

In this article, we are going to discuss 7 simple ways to protect your privacy. Read this article and follow the tips so that you don’t have to lose a big sum of money due to privacy breach. Read More

Japan’s Fascination With Mobile Games In 2020

By now, everybody knows how much Japanese people adore video games. Just look at how many of the globe’s top games down the years have been created in the Land of the Rising Sun. Final Fantasy, Resident Evil, Zelda and, going way back, there’s PacMan and Space Invaders too!

Yes, Japan is the spiritual home of video games. In 2020 however, more and more people across the nation are ditching classic console games in favor of mobile offerings. From first-person shooters to online casinos, gaming in Japan is very much heading the way of the mobile console. Read More

ADI Is The Future Of Web Design

The Internet is a living, breathing organism that is in a state of constant motion and change, similar to the ocean. The comparison between to two goes a bit deeper; we’ve barely begun to scrape their potential, and they are big, dark, limitless voids waiting to be explored. With continuous advances in science and technology, web design has come a long way in the past 25 years. The web is so sophisticated now, we actually have artificial intelligence that is able to do the design work for us. Read More

6 Ways Phones Can Improve Work Productivity

In the last decade or so, smartphones have insidiously invaded our entire lives. While they’re an incredible commodity, more often than not, they can be a hinderance to our completing our daily tasks.

But what if we are just using them incorrectly? Smartphones are incredibly powerful and capable devices. They’re versatile, portable, and in our hands constantly. What if we used our phones to maximize our productivity and become more efficient? Read More