Air Printer, as the name suggests is an App which would help you print your work from absolutely anywhere. The App which was created by Pilcrow AG and costs $2.99 is probably one of the most productive App in the App Store. The App has multiple features apart from printing which include a “File Manager” like interface, additional conversion and presentation features. Read More
Recently, a new concept video of the Apple Car codenamed “Project Titan” was uploaded on YoutTube. The video reveals ideas for a futuristic design with a wrap around dashboard and smart car capabilities. The video posted by ConceptsiPhones on their YouTube channel suggests that the 2020 Apple vehicle is “More Than A Car”. Read More
After the acquisition of headphone manufacturer Beats Electronics by Apple, Apple is now busy prototyping a completely new set of Bluetooth earphones which would probably be launched with the iPhone 7 as an added accessory this year. Now, these new earphones are said to be completely wireless and by that we mean, no wires at all, even to connect the left ear piece to the right. You can always check out the Motorola Hint headsets to get a clear idea of what we mean. Read More
Around 60% of Apple’s yearly revenue is generated from the sale of the iPhone. However, it is believed that they will be allegedly reducing orders of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to suppliers by as much as 30 percent this quarter. A recent report by the Wall Street Journal states that Apple’s iPhone production is slowing down. According to “three sources familiar with Apple’s supply chain”, the company has reduced orders to suppliers, leading to layoffs and idle capacity at Apple’s Chinese suppliers. The claims are backed up by a $12 million grant given to Foxconn, Apple’s primary iPhone manufacturer, by the Chinese government in order to minimize layoffs. Read More
On Wednesday, Reuters reported LG Display Co Ltd and the panel-making unit of Samsung Electronics Co Ltd will supply organic light emitting diode (OLED) screens for Apple Inc’s iPhones. With Samsung taking majority of the order.
Even though due to issues such as production costs Apple continues to use LCD screen for their smartphone, it’s expected that they will switch to an OLED display for iPhone that will be launched in 2017. Contrarily, reports from Japan’s Nikkei newspaper suggest that Apple plans to start using OLED screens for iPhones starting in 2018. Read More
These days, the only problem with the internet is the vast number of advertisements you get on the way. Be it browsing, downloads or an application; Ads find their way towards your device. There are billions of nerves in a human body and these advertisements manage to get on every single one of them. Read More
The Google-Oracle lawsuit has been going on for years now. The suit involves Google’s use of a part of a programming language called Java, owned by Oracle. However, Google now has confirmed that it will let go of the parts of Android that are being disputed by Oracle and switch to an open source alternative instead. Read More
According recent reports by the analytic firm Flurry, Apple iPhones and Apple iPads in aggregate comprised 49.1 percent of new device activations from Dec. 19 to Dec. 25. This is however slightly lesser than last year’s 51.3 percent.Samsung came in second with their new device activations going up from 17.7 percent in 2014 to 19.8 percent this year. Samsung’s rise in sales according to Flurry is due to its large smartphones like the Galaxy Grand Prime, Core Prime, and S6. Nokia stood third with a 2 percent share of the market, while LG and Xiaomi rounded out the top five with 1.7 percent and 1.5 percent, respectively. Read More
The FCC website has posted images of Google’s next generation Glass headset. These pictures show a Google Glass unit with the FCCID “A4R-GG1” that looks a lot like the existing Glass design.The new glass redesigned by Tony Fadell is slimmer and durable than the previous model. It has a bigger display prism (likely to offer a larger picture) along with a hinge for folding up the glasses when you’re not using it. Read More
The social messaging platform recently acquired by Facebook, WhatsApp has been one of the top players in the App industry for quite some time now. It’s really surprising how they don’t have a native WatchOS App for the much applauded Apple watch yet.
Apple’s wearable technology, the Apple Watch is known for its ability to receive and respond to notiﬁcations in an instant without having to reach your pockets for your iPhone. Facebook Messenger was updated with a native Apple Watch App in October that allows users to send and receive voice clips, Likes, stickers and more through it. However, no such update has been made by the Facebook-owned, WhatsApp. Read More