2019’s iPhones Might Ship With A USB-C Charger

Apple is slowly making the transition to USB-C across its devices. All of its MacBooks have seemingly ditched legacy ports like USB 3.0 and the DisplayPort in favor of Thunderbolt 3 and USB-C. However, this in turn created a problem because it meant that iPhone and iPad users could no longer connect or charge their devices via their MacBooks without an adapter.


Database Reveals That Apple Has Registered A Bunch Of New Products

If you’re thinking about buying a new iPad, iPhone, Apple Watch, or MacBook, you might want to hold off for the next month or so. This is because according to a recent sighting at the Eurasian Economic Commission, it seems that Apple has filed for a bunch of new products, suggesting that product refreshes could be coming soon.


Apple Patent Hints At 5G Plans And A Metal Oxide Gas Sensor For The Apple Watch

The Apple Watch currently supports LTE, but given that 5G is expected to be the future of mobile connectivity, we imagine that in the future, Apple will most likely release an Apple Watch that will support 5G, and thanks to a recently discovered patent by Patently Apple, it seems that Apple has actually patented such a device.


Apple Card Is Showing Signs Of Wear Only After One Month

The Apple Card has been released and many Apple customers are already signing up for it. More recently, Apple published a support document on how you should take care of the Apple Card, which seems a bit odd since other credit card companies don’t really see the need to teach you how to care for a credit card.


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Is This Our First Look At The Apple Watch Series 5?

We know that the Apple Watch Series 5 is expected to arrive later this year, but could the first images of the upcoming smartwatch have leaked already? In a post that was shared on Slashleaks, it shows a photo of an Apple Watch bearing the model number A2157, which is apparently the designated model number for the Apple Watch Series 5.


Face ID On The iPhone 11 Will Support Multi-Angles For Easier Unlocking

One of the problems with facial recognition systems like Face ID on the iPhone is that you need to more or less stare directly at the phone for it to be unlocked. It is a security feature because it wants to make sure that it is you unlocking it, not someone holding it to your face, although the downside is that it isn’t as easy to unlock compared to using […]


Apple Gearing Up To Launch 16-inch MacBook Pro Later This Year

Ever since Apple decided to kill off the 17-inch MacBook Pro, the 15-inch model was pretty much the largest model that you could get. However, as some of you might have heard, Apple could be working on a new 16-inch model that could be launching later this year, a rumor which seems to be backed up by a new report from Bloomberg.


FCC To Investigate Reports That The iPhone Exceeds Radiofrequency Radiation Limits

In the past, there have studies conducted to find if the radiation given off from our phones are dangerous. So far, the general consensus seems to be that they are safe for human use, but according to a report from The Chicago Tribune has suggested that our phones are actually giving off more radiation than is allowed.


Apple’s 2020 iPhones Could Use Displays Not Made By Samsung

Apple has sourced the display panels used in their iPhones almost exclusively from Samsung. This is because there aren’t that many OLED producers in the world, or rather, there aren’t that many that will be able to meet Apple’s demand and needs for the number of OLED panels to manufacture.


Apple Warns Against Keeping The Apple Card In Leather

Now that the Apple Card has been made available to all iPhone users in the US (pending eligibility), some of you might be interested in signing up for it. Now, regardless of its features and its promises, design-wise, the Apple Card looks fantastic clad in titanium, reminiscent of some of those higher-end credit cards that some of us might never see in our entire lives.


Case Maker Hints At Apple Pencil Support Coming To 2019’s iPhones

Ever since the Apple Pencil was introduced, there have been many wondering if support for the iPhone would be coming. We have heard rumors that it could come to 2018’s iPhones, but that clearly did not pan out, and more recently, we’ve heard that it could be coming to this year’s iPhones.


IKEA’s Smart Blinds Won’t Support HomeKit At Launch

One of the selling points of IKEA’s smart home products, apart from its affordability, is how they support Apple’s HomeKit ecosystem. This means that they can be used together with other HomeKit devices and be controlled at the same time or in groups. Unfortunately, one of IKEA’s upcoming smart home products, the FYRTUR smart blinds, will not support HomeKit at launch.


Early Apple Arcade Hands-On Preview Shows Us What To Expect

According to a recent report, it has been suggested that Apple could be gearing up to launch its Apple Arcade subscription service where for $4.99 a month, you could play as many premium games as you want. However, apart from the official announcement and rumored pricing, not much else is known about the service.


Apple TV+ Offline Viewing Support Could Be Limited

One of the features of some streaming services such as Netflix is the ability to download videos for viewing offline. It is expected that Apple’s upcoming Apple TV+ subscription service will offer up similar features as well, but according to the folks at MacRumors, it could be kind of limited in its functionality.