iFixit Mac Pro Teardown First Impressions Offer a Deeper Look at Apple’s Latest Modular Desktop

As always iFixit has sprung into action and dissected the Mac Pro. The teardown offers a deeper look at Apple’s latest and fastest machine. We have already seen initial impression roundups and this teardown is perhaps the need of the hour. iFixit has uploaded a video that takes us through the teardown. As always the Mac Pro teardown analysis will be published on Monday. This time around we already know all the major details about the Mac Pro. We also learned that Apple might be using one of the most…

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Slip Your iPhone Into This Case & Take an Extra Battery Wherever You Go [Deals Hub]

Your phone might be fully charged when you head out the door, but you never know where the day will take you. That’s why most of us have the foresight to tote around a spare charger to keep our device energized on the move, even if it means sacrificing some pocket space. Now, there’s a better way to cover your charging bases when you’re out and about. Meet the SlimJuicer 4,000mAh Wireless Charging Case. Available for iPhone 11, Pro, and Pro Max models, this innovative protective case features an integrated…

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Amazon Echo Devices Add Support for Apple Podcasts

Amazon Echo devices have finally started supporting Apple Podcasts. Amazon has announced that Alexa owners in the United States can use the Echo to play Apple Podcasts. In order for this to work, customers have to link their Amazon account on the Alexa app with Apple ID. After linking Apple ID, your progress, preferences and other settings on Podcast apps will be synced with Amazon Alexa Echo. Whether you’re listening at home or on the go, you don’t need to worry about losing your spot. Link your account in the…

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AT&T Launches Real 5G Network in the US

AT&T has finally launched its real 5G network in the US today. The service is currently available in ten cities – Birmingham, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, Providence, Rochester, San Diego, San Francisco, and San Jose. Users with a compatible device using AT&T’s Extra or Unlimited plans will be able to access the latest network service from the brand. AT&T had launched the 5GE service earlier this year in the country. However, it wasn’t a true 5G network. Instead, it was an upgraded and faster version of 4G LTE, rolled…

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Apple Pro Display XDR Supports iMac Pro, but Limits Resolution to 5K

Apple released the Pro Display XDR alongside the new Mac Pro. The Pro Display XDR is a 32-inch 6K display and as expected it didn’t support iMac Pro. Now users are reporting that it supports iMac Pro but with a caveat. Thomas Grove Carter has tested the Pro Display XDR with iMac and has published his findings on Twitter. The good part is that iMac Pro does work with Pro Display XDR, however, it limits the maximum resolution to 5K instead of 6K. On the other hand, the newest display…

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Get 3 Months of Spotify Premium and Google Home Mini for Only $9.99

Last year, Spotify rolled out a marketing campaign in which it gave its new premium customers a Google Home Mini for free. The campaign was a massive success for Spotify as it gained almost 7 million subscribers in just six weeks. Not surprisingly then, the music streaming service is bringing back a similar campaign for this year’s holiday season. This time around, Spotify is offering its former premium customers a 3-month subscription for just $9.99 along with a free Google Home Mini. Now, that’s an insanely good deal and one…

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Screen Time Communication Limits Riddled with Bugs, Apple Working on Fix

With the iOS 13.3 update, Apple added Communication Limits to Screen Time which allowed parents to limit how much and how many times their kids can talk to someone. If a number is not in their contact list, kids cannot talk to that person. Kids can also not add any new contact to their contact list unless their parents approve it by entering a pre-specified PIN. However, as CNBC has discovered, the Communication Limits feature is riddled with bugs and does not work properly. On an iPhone running iOS 13.3…

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Apple Acquires U.K. Startup That Uses AI to Improve Image Quality

Apple has acquired a U.K. startup Spectral Edge that develops technology to improve smartphone camera performance using AI. It is unclear as to how much money Apple has paid for the U.K. startup. Spectral Edge uses AI to make photos taken from smartphones sharper and more color accurate. It achieves this by combining an infrared shot with a standard photo. Apple has not publicly disclosed that it has acquired Spectral Edge. This was revealed by the filings made public in the U.K. this week which showed Apple’s corporate lawyer Peter…

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