Apple Reportedly Testing E Ink Cover Display for Foldables

According to a claim by reputed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple is currently in the process of testing an E Ink cover display for its foldable device. Kuo’s claim comes on the heels of the previous week’s rumor that suggested that the Cupertino tech giant is testing folding panels meant for its future iPhone and iPad devices. which can be expected to arrive in 2025.

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Apple May Launch iPhone 14, AirPods Pro 2, Three New Watches on 13th September

Cupertino tech giant Apple has been planning on releasing the iPhone 14 series later this year. Apple’s latest lineup of flagship smartphones will likely be the highlight of the event on the 13th of September. According to reports, there will also be several new products launched on the day along with the new iPhone 14 series.

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Google to Introduce Android Pixel Tablet in 2023

At the 2022 Google I/O, the tech giant unveiled a new Pixel tablet. However, this new Pixel tablet will not be launching until next year. Google has not launched a tablet since the Pixel Slate in 2018. The Pixel Slate ran on Chrome OS and there were plans for it to have a successor, but these plans were discontinued by Google. Prior to the Pixel Slate, the tech giant had launched the Pixel C in 2015. The Google Pixel C ran on Android.

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Google Pixel 6 Outsells Both Pixel 4 and Pixel 5 Combined

At the Google I/O 2022, Google unveiled the first look of the Google Pixel 7 and Google Pixel 7 Pro. Both these devices took a lot of design cues and developments from their predecessor, the Pixel 6 series. According to Google’s report, the Google Pixel 6 was a massive success. The tech giant has reported that the 2021 Pixel 6 sales fared better than the two generations of smartphones that it has released prior to this. In fact, sales of Google Pixel 6 did better than Google Pixel 5 series and Google Pixel 4 series, combined.

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Fitbit Founder Says Google Fit to Coexist as Pixel Watch Integrates Fitbit

Tech giant Google had paid a whopping $2.1 billion to acquire fitness tracking company, Fitbit. Now, after the announcement at the Google I/O 2022 event, we know that the Pixel Watch will officially launch in the latter part of 2022. The Pixel Watch will come with a fully integrated Fitbit experience. It appears that Fitbit and Google Fit, however, will only coexist.

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Google Announces Google Wallet with Support for Digital IDs

Tech giant Google introduced the Google Wallet at the annual event of Google I/O 2022. Over an upcoming couple of weeks, the tech giant will make the new app available for Android and Wear OS devices in “over 40 countries.” Users will be able to use it to store bank cards for the feature of tap to pay. Additionally, users can also store any other type of card they have, including loyalty cards. The app will also let users store vaccine certificates. Google Wallet also has plans for introducing support for digital IDs using which users will be able to identify themselves using NFC, without needing to hand over their devices to others. However, this is dependent on state support, therefore it might take some time to roll out. Right now, Google plans to introduce this in the US first.

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Apple May Ditch Lightning Port on All Devices Soon

Introduced almost a decade ago, the Lightning port is one of the outdated features that Cupertino company Apple is yet to replace. Moreover, it is a proprietary solution lacking universal compatibility with gadgets outside the tech giant’s ecosystem. There have been rumors recently suggesting that Apple may already be testing iPhones with USB Type-C ports. However, according to a new report, the Cupertino company might also be ditching Lightning port on other products, including products like MagSafe Battery Packs, AirPods, and Magic accessories. This shift towards making all Apple products compatible with the universal standard of USB Type-C might end up happening in the tech giant’s foreseeable future.

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Top 5 Google Translate Alternatives

The Google Translate app is arguably one of the best translation apps available for use right now. Besides regular translation, it also offers a way to translate pictures handwriting by connecting with your camera. Admittedly, despite the addition of neural machine learning techniques, Google Translate does not generate perfect translations every time. Here are the top 5 alternatives to Google Translate.

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