Apple Teases iPhone 12 Event Scheduled For October 13th With The Tagline “Hi, Speed”

Apple recently announced its iPhone 12 event, which is going to take place on 13th October at 10 a.m. PT. Due to the lockdown and quarantine restrictions, this event is going to be virtually streamed from Apple Park.

This is one of the most hyped events in the smartphone sector, and also one of the most anticipated events for Apple as, not one, two, but four iPhones are speculated to be released with the all-new A14 Bionic chipset. Read More

iPad Air 4 Benchmark Results Shared Online As Apple Reportedly Prepares A14 Apple TV

The newest A14 Bionic chipset from Apple would be embedded in the recently announced iPad Air 4. The new iPhone 12 and Apple TV are also speculated to be powered by the same chipset. Since all these products are still not released, it is difficult for us to actually speculated at the performance of this newest chipset from Apple, but a recent Geekbench benchmark leak gives us a closer look at this new chipset. Read More

Apple Releases New macOS Mojave 10.14.6 Supplemental Update With Important Bug Fixes

Apple released its new macOS on October 2nd to fix several bugs and issues that reportedly slowed down the Mac when they updated to Mojave 2020-005, the previous update. Mojave 10.14.6 is a supplemental update that comes with bug fixes and a relaunch for Safari 14, which also caused bugs for some users. Read More

Apple Removes More RSS Apps From Chinese App Store, Likely A Demand From The Chinese Government

Three years after removing RSS Apps Feedly and Inoreader from the Chinese App Store, Apple has now kicked off Fiery Feeds and Reeder from the platform as well. It was reportedly a demand from the government. Apple has been called out many times for giving in, to the Chinese government rule by following its censorship requests without any proper public statement. Read More

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

iPhone 12 To Not Include EarBuds In The Box, Hints iOS 14.2 beta 2

This year we saw the departure of the charging brick from the Apple Watch box, which has lead to many speculations and gives more credibility to the rumor around the inclusion of the power adapter and the EarPods in the newest models of the upcoming iPhones. It has been in speculations for a while that Apple may stop including the power adapter and the EarPods as a way to protect the environment and reduce carbon footprint. Read More

iOS 14.2 beta 2 Adds Bubble Tea, A Transgender Flag, Ninjas, And Other New Emoji

iOS 14.2 beta 2 has now rolled out to developers, and the update includes a variety of new emoji for users. First reported by Emojipedia, the new emoji include bubble tea, a transgender flag, seal, feather, and more.

As part of the Emoji 13.0 release by the Unicode Consortium, the list of these new emoji was already approved earlier this year. Apple had first previewed these custom designs back in July, and it is finally now, in September, that we get a look at the final designs of these emoji from Apple. Read More

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iHeartRadio Releases New Standalone Apple Watch App With Streaming Support Among Other Features

Many audio services seem to be taking advantage of the Apple Watch as we see iHeartRadio latest in line to launch streaming support with an Apple Watch App. It is also bringing library syncing and more features.

After Pandora launched streaming support for its Apple Watch App this February, Spotify also started testing the same in September. Now, iHeartRadio is debuting its Apple Watch App that works independently of your iPhone with streaming support and more. Read More

Brave Web Browser Adds Support In Compatibility With iOS 14 Default App Settings

The latest iOS web browser that has added support for iOS 14’s new default setting is the privacy-focused Brave Browser. The new update for the browser allows users to set Brave as their default iPhone or iPad web browser instead of the usual default Safari.

One of the most important changes in the iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 is the feature to change the default browser and email applications. All users have to do is open the Settings app, scroll down and look for “Brave” in the list of applications. Next, they need to choose the “Default Browser App” and make the required change. Read More