Apple Now Offering Onsite Repairs For iPhones

Apple has come up with a new repair service where they can conduct onsite repairs through one of its authorized service providers. These service providers would come to your home or office to repair your device. The service can be accessed through Apple’s support site from which you can schedule your repairs. However, onsite repairs are currently available only in six cities across the US; San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Houston, and Dallas. Read More

Apple May Soon Have To Adopt USB-C Ports For Its Upcoming iPhones

We may soon be seeing the dawn of the original lightning adapter developed by Apple. The members of the European Parliament had voted 582-40 for a resolution to ensure that EU consumers are no longer needed to purchase different adapters to power different devices. The members have been overwhelmingly supportive of this decision and all this support leads directly to the bane of Apple since they’re the only ones offering proprietary ports for their apple devices. Most of the Android devices have already seemed to have made the move on to the USB C type ports. Read More

Amazon Echo Devices Can Now Stream Apple And Spotify Podcasts

People who like listening to podcasts on wireless speakers are in for luck as you can now play Apple and Spotify podcasts directly from the Amazon Echo device. You just have to ask Alexa to play any podcast and it will respond instantly. This podcast support adds close to 8 lakh podcasts from the Apple library and several thousands of podcasts from Spotify. Read More

Apple Is Developing AR Headset In Partnership With Valve

Apple’s plan for the AR headset has been in talks for a long time now and new reports say that the company is partnering with Valve to develop these glasses. Valve is a US game developer with many popular hit titles like Half-Life, Counter-Strike, Portal, Day of Defeat, Team Fortress, Left 4 Dead, Dota series under their name. Read More

Is There A Gap In Gaming Performance Between Android And Apple?

You can’t help but feel like the discussions pertaining to Apple vs Android are a little bit futile. And yet, here we are once again wrapped up in the mobile gaming equivalent of groundhog day. The mobile gaming industry itself has evolved from low effort, pixelated titles to games which often wouldn’t look out of place on a next-generation console. As Apple launches iOS 13 to rival Android’s 10 operating system, the question of which is more superior in a gaming sense has once again reared its head. But is there any real noticeable difference between the two? And if there is, how much should you care? Read More

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Jony Ive, Apple’s Chief Design Officer Is Quitting Apple

Apple’s chief of design Jony Ive is leaving the company after working for more than 20 years. He was responsible for the look and design of iPhone and Mac from the earlier days until now which is truly iconic. After the departure, Ive will be starting his own independent design firm which will have Apple as one of the clients. Read More