Apple Event Used To Steal $69,000 From Users

As per sources, scammers have used a fake event stream, a fake Apple website, and a promise to deliver free Bitcoin to trap innocent users during the launch of the iPhone 13 event.

As per a report from AppleInsider, everyone who was searching for the Apple Event on September 14 may have come across another stream that was airing old interviews of Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, and not the ongoing stream.

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Apple Watch Series 7 Finally Launched At The Apple Event

Along with the iPhone 13 series and iPad Mini, Apple also launched the new Apple Watch Series 7 at its event yesterday. The Apple Watch Series 7 GPS-only starts at $399 (approximately Rs.29,400) in the US. The Apple Watch Series 7 GPS+Cellular model is priced at $499 (approximately Rs. 36,800). It will come in five brand new aluminum case color options that include Midnight, Starlight, green, a New Blue, and Red.

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iPhone 13 Pro Models Launched At The Apple Event

Along with the regular iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini, Apple has also launched its two Pro models. These models come with some exclusive features which aren’t available in the regular models.

Definitely, these models are more expensive. The iPhone 13 Pro starts at $999 and the iPhone 13 Pro Max starts at $1,099 in comparison to the regular iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Mini which start at $699 and $799 respectively. The iPhone 13 pro comes with a 6.1-inch screen while the iPhone 13 Pro max sports a 6.7-inch display.

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Apple November 2020 Event: Cumulative List Of Updates

Apple’s third event of the year 2020 is over. “One More Thing” was an elaborate event punched with multiple updates and exciting new launches. Apple is making a significant change by switching to “Apple Silicon” for its MacBooks, although still relying on the same ARM-based processors that power the iPhone and iPad. Apple furthermore launched its well-awaited M1 processor, which is in the works to power its new MacBooks and an exciting new version of the Mac mini desktop. Read More

How To Watch Apple’s ‘Hi, Speed’ iPhone 12 Event On YouTube

After the official announcement of the iPhone 12 event, Apple has published the placeholder for the “Hi, Speed” live stream. Here’s a guide on how to has published the placeholder for the “Hi, Speed” live stream.

Similar to the September “Time Flies” Apple Watch and iPad event, Apple will live stream the whole event on YouTube where it will also be available for replaying later. Other than that, it will also broadcast the event through its Apple TV app and Events webpage. Read More

Apple Has An Easter Egg On Its ‘iPhone 12’ October Event Site

Apple has officially announced its iPhone 12 event scheduled for October 13 with the tagline “Hi, Speed.” Apple also has in store for us a hidden AR surprise on the iPhone 12 event site.

On Apple’s Events website, users will find the date and time for the October “Hi, Speed” event. You’ll also find the option to add the event to your calender and the event’s graphics. First spotted by Parker Ortolani, if you’re on iPhone and iPad, you can also tap on the October event’s image to open a hidden AR experience. Read More