AT&T Expands Its 5G+ Network to 12 More Cities

AT&T has announced that its mmWave-based ‘5G+’ network is now available in 12 more cities in the US – Baltimore, Cleveland, Detroit, Menlo Park, Miami, Miami Gardens, Ocean City, Oakland, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Redwood City, and San Bruno – making the brand’s 5G+ service available in a total of 35 cities in the country. Unfortunately, the 5G+ network is available only for business customers at the moment. There is no info when will AT&T roll it out to other consumers. That being said, regular consumers can enjoy the brand’s standard 5G…

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Apple Now Lets you Engrave Emoji on AirPods, AirPods Pro Charging Case

Apple’s AirPods are one of the best selling true wireless earbuds. The company also announced AirPods Pro for those who wanted a few extra features like active noise cancellation. Apple has now decided to let you spruce up AirPods by letting you engrave emoji on devices. Until now AirPods users could get the charging case engraved with text. Now they can also get an option to add emoji character. Apple has updated the AirPod product page with a new engraving option, feel free to check it out here. Customers will…

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2020 iPhones Likely to come with Thinner and More Power Efficient Display

Rumors about the 2020 iPhones keep trickling in. The latest one claims that 2020 iPhones will come with touch integrated display which will be supplied by LG. An earlier report has already hinted at a touch-integrated display on iPhone 12. The display will allow Apple to etch the touchscreen circuit on OLED panels. Typically the circuitry is accommodated in an additional layer which is then glued. With the help of a touch-integrated display, Apple can save space and make the iPhone thinner. LG Display is aiming to upgrade its production…

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Apple Appeals To Supreme Court Over VirnetX Patent Ruling, Says It’s Grossly Unfair

Apple has appealed to the Supreme Court that the patent ruling orders the iPhone maker to pay $439 million to patent troll VirnetX is grossly unfair. Not long ago, we had reported about the US appeals court offering a bittersweet ruling in a patent infringement case between Apple Inc. and VirnetX Holding Corp. The ruling had concluded that the Cupertino-based firm had infringed upon two VirnetX patents and didn’t infringe upon two other patents, so the original charges of $503 million would have to be recalculated. Now, Apple has appealed…

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Make Time for Meditation in 2020 With This Innovative App [Deals Hub]

Make your mental health a priority in 2020. No matter how busy you are, we bet you have three minutes a day for some self care. That’s all the time it takes for Aura Meditation App to help you relieve stress and anxiety. This app is a must-have addition to your smartphone, with options that fit your budget. Get a premium subscription in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub for $79.99, 83% off the $499 MSRP, a 3 year subscription for $59.99, 78% off the $284.97 MSRP, or a 1 year…

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Zens Liberty Is an AirPower Clone That Has 16 Coils and Can Wirelessly Charge Two Devices at Once

If you are one of those people who were looking forward to Apple’s AirPower and were disappointed to know that the brand has cancelled the product, you’ll be happy to know that now you can buy a wireless charger similar to the one from Apple – it is called the Zens Liberty. The Apple AirPower was announced alongside the iPhone X in September 2017. It was a wireless charger that could charge three devices at the same time. For example, you could juice up your iPhone, AirPods, and Apple Watch…

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OnePlus Teases a Concept One Smartphone with a Disappearing Camera at the Rear

OnePlus has teased a new concept phone. The company has showcased the device just before the CES. In all likelihood, we may have to wait for CES in order to learn all the details. Rumor mills had been predicting a foldable phone from OnePlus. However, the concept phone is not foldable but it still packs some interesting features. OnePlus claims that the concept boasts of an “invisible camera” at the back and a panel with “color-shifting glass technology.” As we said earlier, more details will surface at the CES 2020…

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How Salesforce Co-founder Gifted the AppStore Domain to Steve Jobs

Apple might not use the AppStore.com domain for the iOS App Store but how it got access to it surely makes for a fascinating story. The domain was actually gifted by Marc Benioff, co-founder and co-CEO of Salesforce, to Steve Jobs. As revealed by Marc Benioff in his book ‘Trailblazer,’ the Salesforce team came up with the idea of launching an App Store for its SaaS service after a meeting with Jobs. In 2003, Benioff along with Salesforce co-founders Harris and Dave Mollenhoff went to meet Steve Jobs in Cupertino.…

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App Store Generated $193 Million in Revenue on Christmas Day

A SensorTower report details that the worldwide spending on the App Store and Google Play Store on Christmas set a new high of $277 million this year. This represents a growth of 11.3% over last year where the total revenue generated was $249 million. While not mentioned, the numbers for the New Year’s Week is going to be even higher. Out of the $277 million, the App Store accounted for 70% of the total spending and generated revenue of $193 million thereby registering a growth of 16% from 2018. Google Play registered…

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Apple Cuts 10.2-inch iPad Price in China by Up To CNY500

Apple has silently cut the prices of the 10.2-inch iPad in China over the holiday weekend. The company had launched the 10.2-inch iPad alongside the iPhone 11 series and the Apple Watch Series 5 in September last year. Soon after its announcement, the 10.2-inch iPad went on sale in China with a starting price tag of 2,699 yuan ($387) for the 32GB base model. Sometime over the last week though, Apple silently reduced the prices of the 10.2-inch iPad in the region on its official online store. The 200 yuan…

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