The Mac Pro Was Apple’s Best Product of 2019

2019 saw Apple release almost 10+ products and services. The company which was once known for iPhones now has a multitude of products and services that are growing rapidly. And I had said in one of my previous editorials, this was also the year when Apple started paying attention to what consumers wanted. With an array of product launches from Apple this year, which was the Apple product of the year for me? The 2019 Mac Pro. Why not the iPhone 11 Pro, you wonder? The iPhone 11 Pro was easily…

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WhatsApp Will Drop Support for This iOS Version in February

Come February and WhatsApp will drop support for iPhones that are still running iOS 8 or an older version of the OS. If you are already using WhatsApp on an iPhone running iOS 8, you will be able to continue using it. However, starting February 1, 2020, users will no longer be able to create new accounts or re-verify their existing WhatsApp accounts on iPhones running iOS 8. Apart from iOS 8, WhatsApp will also stop supporting Android 2.3.7 and older versions of the OS from Feb 1, 2020. Chances…

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Corellium Blames Apple of Using Lawsuit to Crackdown on Jailbreaking

Apple is in the midst of a legal battle with Corellium, a company that offers iOS virtualization tools. Corellium creates simulation software designed to help security researchers. Needless to say, the software is very similar to iOS and offers a platform for researchers to check out exploits and vulnerabilities. Apple has levied a lawsuit on Corellium and the former believes that jailbreaking is a violation of DMCA. Meanwhile, Corellium shifts the blame on Apple and says the iOS facilitates jailbreaking. Corellium CEO Amanda Gorton has criticized Apple for their position…

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Blackmagic Releases Firmware Update for Apple Pro Display XDR Support

A couple of months back Apple pulled the wraps from the new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR. Now Blackmagic has released a new eGPU firmware in a bid to add support for Pro Display XDR. In other words, the update will ensure that Pro Display XDR will work smoothly with Blackmagic eGPU. Apple’s support document reveals that both the eGPU’s were already compatible with Pro Display XDR. However, the update offers improvisations when it comes to compatible. So if you are running Pro Display XDR with Blackmagic then it…

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Product (RED) Apple Watch Spotted in Apple Database, Expected to be Launched in 2020

Apple has been participating in Product (RED) charity for more than ten years. Under the Product (Red) label, the company has offered iPhones, iPods, cases and much more. Now Apple is said to be prepping a Product Red watch which is likely to be released by spring next year. It is worth noting that Apple Watch is one of the very few Apple products that doesn’t come in RED avatar. The folks at WatchGeneration have spotted a (RED) Apple Watch Series 5 that briefly appeared in an Apple Database. As…

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Wyze Security Camera Users Personal Data Leaked, 2.4-Million Affected

Connected security cameras are truly a blessing, we can keep a watch on our house remotely and also set up surveillance. Security camera maker, Wyze has admitted to exposing more than 2.4 million users’ personal data. The data was left unguarded on the internet and included vital information like email addresses, list of cameras. WiFi SSID and also personal health details like height, weight, bone density and much more. The leak was first found by Twelve Security researchers and later confirmed by Wyze. Furthermore, the researchers claim that the database…

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BOE Will Supply Apple with More OLED Panels Than LG Display for 2020 iPhones

A new report once again claims that Chinese display maker BOE will be supplying OLED panels to Apple for the 2020 iPhones. BOE has been trying to get into Apple’s OLED supply-chain for the last few years but has been unsuccessful so far. Today’s report claims that BOE’s negotiations with Apple have been successful and that it will supply more OLED panels for 2020 iPhones than LG Display. By 2021, BOE will supply Apple with 45 million OLED displays for iPhones. Samsung, however, will continue to remain Apple’s primary OLED…

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Apple Highlights ‘Slofie’ Feature on iPhone 11 in New Videos

Apple has released a bunch of videos highlighting the ‘Slofie’ feature on the iPhone 11 and the iPhone 11 Pro series. For the uninitiated, slofies are slow-mo videos that are recorded from the front camera. The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro can record Full HD slow-mo videos from the front camera at 120fps. You can access it by opening the Camera app, swiping to the Slow-mo video mode, and then switching to the front camera. The phones can also record 4K videos at 30fps from the front camera. The…

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A Decade in Review: Apple’s 10 Best and Worst Products

We are nearing the end of this decade, and over the past ten years, Apple has launched dozens of new products, including hardware, software, and services. The company had its ups and downs, though. It launched some groundbreaking products like the AirPods but also faced customers’ wrath due to its missteps with faulty MacBook keyboards. We’ve already listed what Apple did in 2019 and our favorite Apple products of this year. Today, I am listing the ten best and ten worst products that I think were announced by Apple over…

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Apple 2019 Year in Review

In terms of product launches, 2019 was a relatively great year for Apple. The company focused on its pro users and managed to win them over despite not really launching anything innovative or breakthrough. Overall though, how was 2019 for Apple? Let’s talk a look at what the company did in our year-end review. Apple Makes Its Presence Felt at CES 2019 Despite Not Attending The Trade Show Apple has never taken part in the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) which takes place at Las Vegas at the beginning of every…

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