Electronics Recycler Caught Illegally Reselling Over 100,000 iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches

Apple recently caught and sued a Canadian electronics recycling company Geep for illegally selling over 100,000 Apple devices. The devices were originally supposed to go for recycling. Geep is putting the entire blame on the three employees who it claims to have acted on their own. Interestingly, all three employees are reportedly Geep executives. Read More

Apple To No Longer Support Downgrades From iOS 14

Apple will no longer sign iOS 13.7 and will block every downgrade from iOS 14, following the release of the latter last week after almost three months of the beta period. Users who have already updated their devices to iOS 14 will not be able to downgrade to any iOS 13 builds.

The update flaunts a major redesign to the Homescreen with various widgets, App Library, and other new features. Almost 30% of Apple users have already upgraded to iOS 14, which is 10% more than the number of people who have upgraded to iOS 13 in the same period last year. Read More

Users Can Now Change Their Default Email And Web Browser To Microsoft Outlook And Edge On iOS

Apple has released iOS 14 and iPadOS with new features, including the option to set third-party apps as the default web browser and email client. With that, Microsoft Outlook and Edge Apps have been updated with this new feature as well.

With iOS 14, users will now be able to replace their default web browser and email Apps, Safari and Mail, with others from their App Store. Once you install a compatible web browser on your iPhone or iPad, iOS will show a new “Default Browser App” option within the app settings. Then you can select that App to be your default browser instead of Safari. The same process can be followed for third-party email clients. Read More

Apple Announces New iPad Air With Touch ID In The Power Button

Apple has finally revealed its latest iPad Air, with a brand new edge-to-edge display and Touch ID in the power button. Other features include a 10.9-inch Liquid Retina display with P3 wide color, laminate coating, and True Tone.

The new addition is also equipped with an A14 Bionic processor, which is said to bring “a huge leap in performance”. The CPU is faster by 40%, GPU performance has improved by 30% and machine learning performance has improved, all due to a new neural engine. Apple says they’re, “the first in the industry to use breakthrough 5nm technology”. Read More

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Reports: Apple Is All Set To Launch 10.8-Inch iPad in 2020 & 8.5-Inch iPad Mini in 2021


After the unveiling of new iPad models in March with Light Detection and Ranging sensor technology , Apple is preparing to release a 10.8 inch iPad later this year and an 8.5 inch iPad Mini in the first half of 2021, according to reports. It is not clear as of now, if the 10.8-inch iPad will be the successor to the 10.2-inch iPad or the 10.5-inch iPad Air, since both of them belong to two different product lineup. However, we know the 8.5-inch iPad Mini will be a new product of iPad Mini series. Apple is likely to make the brezels of the iPad narrower to make space for larger screen size with the same form factor.

The last lineup in the iPad Mini series was launched in March 2019 with an A12 Bionic Chip, an upgraded front-camera and a support for Apple Pencil. It is possible to get the A13 Bionic Chip with the upcoming iPhone 12 and iPads. Apple now plans to adopt mini-LED display technology for future iPad Minis. But it’s not clear if the 8.5-inch iPad is the same iPad Mini that will get this technology. Read More