After it’s recent feud with China, Apple is onto Iran now. Apple recently removed VPNs from the App Store in China and now it have been removing Apps made by Iranian developers, from the App store. The reason? They were blocked due to the US sanctions in Iran. Apple, in a message to the developers affected by such act, precisely informed them the reason, as to why they have to do so. The message in the online petition, to bar the decision went like, ‘Under the US sanctions regulations, the App Store cannot host, distribute, or do business with apps or developers connected to certain US embargoed countries’. Read More
We are all aware of Siri, and her voice. Siri is the virtual personal assistant, which is a part of iDevices and which answers your query in her robotic voice. However, Apple is now using artificial intelligence to upgrade Siri’s voice. Before the final launch of Apple iOS 11, there will be a significant change in the voice of Siri as compared to the previous softwares. It will sound more human and you can actually compare the difference once you hear the new voice of Siri. Read More
Apple have been playing hide and seek regarding the launch of iPhone 8. Although in a recent report by French website, Mac4Ever, the date of the much awaited smartphone has been confirmed. The report mentions that, the date has been confirmed by them, through a few French telecom companies. So finally, only some weeks left for the release of iPhone 8. You can expect the Apple iPhone 8 to be launched on September 12. There have been a lot of confusion amongst the enthusiasts, that whether the iphone 8 will be launched on September 5 or September 8; as Apple have a history of announcing new iPhones in September since 2012, that too specifically on Tuesdays. Read More
Google and Walmart recently entered into a partnership to provide voice shopping, through Google Home. The Google Home gadget will be used to order hundreds of products available on Walmart through speech. It can be either one product at a time or for larger orders, one can simply add products in the cart, just by speaking. Not just that, even Google’s new shopping service, Google Express, will provide the same. So there are options for the consumer to either go through Google Express or simply through Google Home for a great shopping experience. Read More
Google banned ‘Gab’, a twitter rival and a platform for free speech, from its Play Store. Gab is an App which promotes free speech and where nothing is censored. Gab wasn’t really popular at the initial stage, but just before it got scrapped from the Play Store, it had around 200,000 users and counting. However the App is available off the charts, ie. a user can download it from the non-market sources, but barring it from the Play Store was infringement of free speech. Read More
If you’re a proud “iProduct” owner, then you probably enjoy streaming all sorts of media to your device. Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes, though? This quick guide will explain how Apple delivers their high quality streaming experience right to your device.
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For many years, Apple have had a strong foothold in the tech industry. But since Steve Jobs returned to Apple, and made it what it is now, there have been rumors of an Apple TV in the making. While many of them were positive, there have been no direct confirmation, from the representatives of Apple, over the last few years. Suddenly, there have been a buzz that some leaked images are doing the rounds of internet. These images show a blurry Apple OLED TV in the testing phase. Read More
Apple is planning to be the new top gun in the film and television industry. The recent report by The Wall Street Journal states that, Apple is planning to invest $1 billion to have its own streaming of, original TV series and Films. The $1 billion investment clearly states that it can produce as many as 10 new shows. Apple has also hired two new extravagant people, for the upcoming venture. Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburg, the former presidents from Sony Pictures Television; hopped onto Apple to monitor video content production. Read More
This is the first step in which Apple Pay and PayPal have decided to cut off their support towards White Nationalist and Nazi Apparels. This act was a result of the recent white nationalist attacks, which took place in Charlottesville, Virginia. We know that Apple has a strong foothold over its customers and have a strong influence over them. The recent attacks, which left one counter-protester dead, left everyone shocked. Hence the drastic step was taken by Apple, in view of not supporting such acts and sites which support and provide hate apparels. Read More
Have you tried gaming-on-the-go yet? It’s one of the fastest growing pastimes trending right now, and Mr Green’s online casino app for iOS devices takes a lot of the credit for this phenomenon.
We use our mobiles phones for just about everything nowadays. Long gone are the days when they were simply a fantastic convenience for making calls while out and about. We now use them for surf the web; to take photographs, to send each other files and photos, to do our banking on-the-hoof, and now to enjoy some entertainment and have a flutter – speaking of which – if you haven’t downloaded the Mr Green iOS app, you’re missing out big time. Read More