New Features of iOS 14

New Features of iOS 14

After a few months of beta testing, finally, the iOS 14 is available for updates. If you are planning to update your iOS device, here are major new features that you should know. Homescreen widgets: iOS 14 allows us to add widgets on the Homescreen. The homescreen will no longer be populated by only icons and you can add widgets from Apple and third party developers. Users can put multiple widgets to the Home screen….

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Settings To Check On Your New iPhone

Settings To Check On Your New iPhone

Have you just bought a new iPhone? With the various Apple phone plans around these days, it is relatively easy to get your hands on the latest iPhone. It is certainly very exciting to check out all the new features after taking your new phone out of the box. The camera, games and apps are probably the first things you will look at. However, many of us forget about the settings when we have a new…

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Why Can’t the USA Make iPhones

Why Can’t the USA Make iPhones

In fact, why are smart cell phones being developed in the USA but made in China? Several years ago, President Obama asked this question to Steve Jobs, the founder, and CEO of Apple Corporation. Jobs’ answer was as follows: it is not only that in China it is possible to pay less to workers, though they are qualified and diligent enough. The factories there are more flexible, the production is quicker to reconfigure when there…

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How the iPhone Established Itself as the Stage of Bingo’s Big Comeback

How the iPhone Established Itself as the Stage of Bingo’s Big Comeback

Once a game of crowded halls, changing times forced bingo to adapt. New public legislation and a lack of adaptability saw this goliath of an industry hit hard in the 90s and 00s, with a seemingly insurmountable mound of problems propping up to send bingo into decline. While some saw it as a direct competitor, it turns out that the rise of online bingo helped to spread engagement with the game, seeing several new players come…

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New Features of iOS 14

New Features of iOS 14

Apple has announced the new iOS 14 and it offers many new features. The new iOS version has adopted many well-known Android features and this may help to improve Apple’s market share in the smartphone industry. Widgets: Widgets of iOS 14 are redesigned and they continue to deliver useful amount of information. It is now possible to move widgets around feely and resize them across home screens. These widgets look inform and match the adjacent…

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How Can iPhone Owners Improve Their Poker Skills?

How Can iPhone Owners Improve Their Poker Skills?

Poker players who own an iPhone have access to a world of useful apps and services which can help boost overall poker skill. If you want to take your game to the next level and learn how to play like the experts, you need to know which things to download to your Apple device today. Along with being able to access sites which have a wide array of games, you need to watch out for…

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Apple Will Start Producing iPhone 12 Max and iPhone 12 Pro in July

Apple Will Start Producing iPhone 12 Max and iPhone 12 Pro in July

Despite the ongoing pandemic and the impending economic crisis, Apple is still confident about the high demand of its upcoming iPhone models. The company is planning to start the production phase of the iPhone 12 Max and iPhone 12 Pro in July. Both devices will have 6.1-inch display. The basic model of iPhone 12 will have a smaller 5.4-inch display, while the iPhone 12 Pro Max will be the biggest with 6.7-inch display. However, these…

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Process and Edit Large 4K Videos Fast with VideoProc: Review

Process and Edit Large 4K Videos Fast with VideoProc: Review

  I own an iPhone 11 Pro Max and every time I shoot a video on it, it’s always been in 4k. This is for obvious reasons, 4k is much better quality and is perfect for when I upload to Youtube or other social media sites. But the greater quality of 4k means the file size is a lot larger than shooting in HD, this can cause issues for some people when trying to upload…

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Newly Updated Siri Screens Users for Coronavirus

Newly Updated Siri Screens Users for Coronavirus

Apple has released an update for Siri to perform quick screening to see whether users may have coronavirus. Siri will recommend users to contact the doctor to get proper diagnosis. To start the screening process, you may ask, “Hey Siri, do I have coronavirus?”. It may not be a pleasant question to ask to your phone, but Siri will screen you.  Siri will ask you about commonly known symptoms of coronavirus infection, like shortness of…

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The Next iPhone Model May Use New OLED Display and LPDDR5 RAM Module

The Next iPhone Model May Use New OLED Display and LPDDR5 RAM Module

Each year, it’s a challenge for Apple to release a new iPhone that matches or surpasses existing Android flagships in the market. Without doubt, the 2020 model of iPhone will come with new upgrades. But this time, the source is none other than Samsung, its biggest competitor in the smartphone industry. For Apple, Samsung isn’t only a major competitor, but also an important supplier of components. Every February, the South Korean company announces its next…

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Everything We Currently Know About Apple iPhone 12

Everything We Currently Know About Apple iPhone 12

It will be another busy year for Apple. The company will release an affordable iPhone model in March, followed by four iPhone 12 models on September. Here are a few things we currently know about Apple’s upcoming flagship: Design: The iPhone 12 should make the return of the previous slab-sided design, introduced by the iPhone 4. Just like the current iPhone 11, the upcoming device should also offer curved glass edges, which is referenced as…

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Next-Gen A14 Bionic 5nm SoC Will Be Mass Produced This Year for iPhone 12

Next-Gen A14 Bionic 5nm SoC Will Be Mass Produced This Year for iPhone 12

Another series of new iPhone will arrive later this year and inside, there will be a feat of miniaturization engineering. Within a piece of small chip, there won’t only be the main processor, but also RAM and modem. Manufactured using the 5nm technology, the A14 SoC will be very efficient in doing its job. One of the leading chipmaker in China, TMSC, will begin the production of the A14 5nm SoC in Q2 2020 for…

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Apple Releases iOS 13.3 Update

Apple Releases iOS 13.3 Update

There are many good reasons why iPhone users should get the latest iOS update for their phones. The new iOS 13.3 update brings some additional functionality. As an example, parents can have more control of their child’s iPhone when Message or FaceTime is used. There are various bug fixes too. As an example, the iOS 13.3 fixes the display blocking loop glitch, when someone locks you out of your iPhone. The iOS 13.3 update comes…

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Improve Vocabulary Easy & Effectively with vocab booster

Improve Vocabulary Easy & Effectively with vocab booster

Would you like a bigger vocabulary? If you’re like most people, the answer is yes. Then again, if you’re like most people, you don’t have the free time to enroll in a course or work your way through the dictionary. That’s why there are apps like vocab booster that will help you improve vocabulary effectively from your iPhone. Short intro – vocab booster Vocab booster is an iOS vocabulary learning & testing app in which…

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iPhone and iPad Can No Longer Multitask with iOS/iPadOS 13.2 Update

iPhone and iPad Can No Longer Multitask with iOS/iPadOS 13.2 Update

  The iOS 13.2 is a significant incremental upgrade with the Deep Fusion feature enabled for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Deep Fusion captures eight exposures of a picture and compared at pixel level using the Neural Processing Unit (NPU) of the A13 Bionic SoC. The update also added 59 new emojis and it upgraded Siri with the Announce Messages feature. It means that people with accompanying devices that have…

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iPhone SE2 Will Be Apple’s Next Affordable Smartphone

iPhone SE2 Will Be Apple’s Next Affordable Smartphone

The iPhone SE2 will be a more affordable model with some features of the Apple’s latest flagship, including the powerful A13 Bionic processor. It a direct successor to the previous iPhone SE. However, compared to its predecessor, the SE2 looks rather bulky. The original iPhone SE debuted back in 2016 and it adopted the overall designs of iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. Ming-Chi Kuo, the well known Apple analyst, said that the iPhone SE2 may…

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iOS 13.2 Beta Update Will Introduce the Deep Fusion Feature

iOS 13.2 Beta Update Will Introduce the Deep Fusion Feature

The next beta of iOS update will enable the Deep Fusion, a new image processing technique for all three iPhone 11 models. Reviewers and users have confirmed that significant photography improvements of the iPhone 11 family and there’s one more enhancement.  With Deep Fusion, Apple promises that images produced by iPhone 11 devices will pop with details and have minimum noises. This technology is meant to run on the background. Users won’t be able to…

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The iPhone X compared with the new iPhone XS

The iPhone X compared with the new iPhone XS

Apple has teased a string of new iPhone devices that will be launched exclusively for the Chinese and Hong Kong consumer markets. For many iPhone iterations, tech experts have questioned Apple’s wisdom in not allowing dual SIM support. Finally, it appears that they have listened, with the upcoming release of the new iPhone XS and iPhone XS Plus, which will not only support two SIM cards but also be able to hold and store them….

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