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 Releases Safari 14 As A Standalone Update For macOS Catalina And Mojave Users

Apple has released Safari 14 as a solo update for macOS Catalina and Mojave users with some features that are otherwise available only with macOS Big Sur. While macOS Big Sure is not available yet, it brings a refreshed design and new features like privacy reports, a built-in translator, and 4K HDR video support along with Safari 14 .

macOS Catalina and Mojave users can now update to Safari 14 and enjoy the features that won’t be available until later this year with macOS Big Sur. Read More

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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

Apple Announces Apple Watch Series 6, Priced At $399

Apple announced the Apple Watch Series 6 at its September special event. The new series will have the same design as the previous two models, Series 4 and Series 5. On the contrary, it will have internal improvements, including an oximeter sensor.

It is very similar to the older models and will be available in 40mm and 44mm with an always-on Retina display. It also comes with an oximeter sensor that helps in measuring blood oxygen levels. Read More

Apple One Bundle Offers Services Including iCloud, Music, TV+ From $14.95/Month

In today’s event, Apple announced its Apple One bundle that offers subscriptions from all of Apple’s services. The plans range from $14.95 to $29.95 per month that offers Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and 50 GB of iCloud storage.

Individuals can enjoy the plan for $14.95 per month, while families can get it for $19.95 with 200 GB storage. The top-end Premier plan includes Apple News+ and the newly-announced Apple Fitness+ as well, and 2 TB of iCloud. Read More

Apple’s AirPods Pro Drop Down To $200 On Amazon And Staples

Both Amazon and Staples are discounting Apple’s AirPods Pro to $200 until September 19th. The original price of the earbuds is $250 and both the companies are knocking $50 off the retail price.

Staples offered a similar discount during the weeklong promotion in August but their inventory got sold out within a day. It is likely that, this time too, both the retailers’ inventories will sell out very soon, as this kind of discount is very rare and this is the lowest price at which Apple’s AirPods Pro have been offered till date. Read More

Instagram Goes All Out To Oppose Apple’s New Ad Privacy Feature

Apple is introducing quite a polarizing new privacy feature in 2021. It will allow users to control whether their activities are being tracked and sent to advertisers or not. The opt-in feature will let users volunteer to send information to advertisers, as opposed to the current system where there is no other option than the advertisers tracking your online activity. 

Advertisers are opposed to this new feature and say this will lead to a 50% drop in revenues. Along with small advertising agencies, Instagram and its parent company Facebook are also trying their level best to create a strong case against this new feature. Read More

Top 5 iPhone Apps For Coffee Lovers

Coffee Lovers are always looking for new ways to make their perfect cup of coffee taste even better. With the technology available right at our fingertips, it’s easy to figure out what makes your cup of coffee even more you. So, no matter where you are, or when you want, these Apps will help you buy or brew the kind of coffee that’s best for you. Check out the Top 5 Apps For Coffee Lovers For iOS. Read More

Apple Watch Series 3 Replacement Will Get Series 4 Design Without The ECG Functionality, Rumors Say

Apple is hosting an event next week on Tuesday that will focus on a new Apple Watch which will replace the Series 3 watch, among other things. 

According to a Bloomberg report, the new low-end watch is supposed to replace its Series 3, which has a 38mm/42mm design and is powered by Apple’s S3 processor, as compared to Series 4 and Series 5 which have a 40mm/44mm design. Read More

Apple Music For Android Confirms The ‘Apple One’ Subscription Bundle

Back in June, Apple was supposedly planning to bundle their services into a single subscription, according to 9to5MacThe latest update to the Apple Music App for Android (version 3.4.0 beta) has confirmed this fact that a unified “Apple One” subscription would be coming soon that will offer two or more Apple digital services together at a reduced price. Read More