PUBG Creator Sues Apple, Google Over Garena Free Fire

PUBG makers are suing tech companies like Apple and Google over ot banning Garena Free Fire. Image of OUBG Mobile.

According to reports, the maker of PUBG, or ‘PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds‘ has filed a lawsuit against Apple and Google. Krafton, the maker of PUBG, is unhappy with the stance that Apple and Google have taken regarding Garena’s Free Fire game. In 2021, PUBG was the biggest game in terms of monthly active users. However, Singapore-based Garena Free Fire had the most number of downloads. The PUBG Battlegrounds developer hopes to be compensated for alleged copyright infringement.

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iOS 15 and iPadOS 15 Adoption Rates Reach 63% and 50% Respectively

iPhone and iPad running on iOS 15 and iPadOS 15

Apple’s App Store support page on Apple’s Developer portal has brought an announcement for developers. It has released the data on the adoption rates of iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. According to this new announcement, the rates for the adoption of iOS 15 is 63%. In the meantime, iPadOS 15 adoption rates is around 50% at the moment.

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Hole + Pill Design Likely to be Featured in the iPhone 14 Pro Models

iPhone 14, three phones. top phone showing front screen, second and third showing back. iPhone 14 Pro may feature a Hole + Pill design.

According to reports, Apple is likely to announce the launch of a new iPhone in the later part of 2022. As is customary with the Cupertino company, there will likely be more than one variant. Among them, two variants will likely ditch the notch. Rumored to be the Pro models, these variants will opt for a different “Hole + Pill” aesthetic in terms of design.

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iPhone 14 Pro Will Reportedly Have a 48MP Camera

iPhone 14 Pro render

According to the latest report by TrendForce, the iPhone 14 Pro device will now have a 48MP main camera. This report corroborates earlier speculation that had hinted at the move. This move will mark the third time that Apple has increased the resolution of their iPhone’s main camera. Prior to this, the iPhone 4 to 4S had an upgrade of 5MP to 8MP. Also, the iPhone 6 to 6s moved up from 8MP to 12MP. This change indicates a serious shift in the way Apple deals with manufacturing their cameras.

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Apple Watch 8 May Lack Body Temperature Sensor: Report

Apple Watch 8. Orange watch on wrist.

According to reports, Apple may opt to not equip the upcoming Apple Watch 8 series with body temperature sensors. This will exclude the device from having a much anticipated and useful health functionality that users had been looking forward to being able to use. Several older reports had indicated that the Apple Watch 8 series by the tech giant will, in fact, be equipped with this feature.

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Apple Stores in New York City Limit Services to Online Pickups

Apple Store NYC, Fifth Avenue, New York City
Apple Store, Fifth Avenue

Due to concern over the rising number of Covid-19 cases, Apple has decided to close all major New York City Apple stores. This includes the retail stores at the locations of Fifth Avenue, Grand Central, SoHo, and World Trade Center. While customers will no longer be able to buy in person for the duration of closure, online pickups are still being offered.

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Apple Fitness+ Launching Several New Features

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Cupertino based tech giant Apple released a blog announcement about the addition of several new services for Apple Fitness+. Rolling out from the 10th of January, these new services include Collections and Time to Run. “Collections” lists a series of meditations and workouts to help users reach their fitness goals. Six collections will be available at launch. These include “Run Your First 5K”, “Strengthen Your Back”, “Stretch Your Hips 30-day Core Challenge”, “Wind Down for a Better Bedtime”, “Improve Your Posture with Pilates”, and “Perfect Your Yoga Balance Poses.”

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AirPods Pro 2 is Expected to Launch Soon

Apple AirPods Pro 2

Apple has launched its third-generation AirPods recently. It came with the launch of latest 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models possessing M1 Pro and M1 Max chips. The subsequent iteration of the company’s series of devices will be AirPods Pro 2. It will come out in the second half of 2022, according to media reports. A report in DigiTimes states that suppliers for Apple have been preparing for the shipments of the as-of-yet unreleased device. Speculation about the second-gen AirPods Pro have already begun. For instance, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo suggests that it may support lossless audio support. He further insinuates that the new AirPods Pro 2 will have a charging case that emits a sound to help locate it.

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Foldable iPhone Prototype Tests Underway, Expect a Delayed Launch

prototype of foldable iPhone

According to leaker Dylandkt,, Apple has been tinkering with multiple foldable iPhone prototypes. However, a foldable ‌iPhone‌ may not be the reality in the foreseeable future yet. Apple has unresolved concerns over foldable display technology. The Cupertino tech giant also has concerns about the market for foldable smartphones.

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