Sensei Is an All-In-One Optimization App for Your Mac

A new app for macOS has launched on Wednesday – Sensei. The meaning of Sensei, as you might know, is a teacher. And that’s what the app does, sort of. According to the developer, Oskar Groth, “Sensei is an app that spans both software and hardware, including many more features than other apps in the Mac optimization category. It includes features for cleaning your disk, uninstalling apps, analyzing battery and disk health, monitoring CPU/GPU/RAM statistics, optimizing boot startup speeds and much more.” Unlike other applications in the market, which serve…

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Chrome Gets a Media Hub That Lets You Manage All the Audio, Video at One Place

Google has updated Chrome with global audio control that makes it super easy for users to control audio and video with a single click. We often find ourselves opening a bunch of tabs and suddenly out of nowhere we start hearing music. The worst part is that you have to open a tab and mute the one playing music. Chrome’s latest update aims at fixing this issue by offering a global control for audio. All you need to do is click on the top right corner of Chrome and this…

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Apple Changes Prices of Apps in Thailand and Pakistan

If you live in Thailand or Pakistan, the app prices for you in Apple’s App Store are about to change. The brand has announced that due to the change in currency exchange rates, the prices of the apps in the App Store for Thailand will decrease. Unfortunately, the news isn’t so good for Apple’s users in Pakistan. Due to the same currency exchange rate fluctuation, the prices of apps in the App Store for Pakistan will increase. Apple hasn’t announced an exact date when the price change will take place,…

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A14 Chip Is Likely to Offer Desktop Rivalling Computing Performance on the iPhone 12

Rumors and reports about the 2020 iPhones are already trickling in. We have a fair idea about what the new iPhones will offer. We have also learned that TSMC is tasked with producing Apple’s A14 chips by employing a 5nm process. Jason Cross from MacWorld has detailed all that we can expect from A14 chip. Cross emphasizes the move from the 7nm process to 5nm. It explains how the enhanced 7nm process will help the new chip to clock faster speed while reducing power consumption. Furthermore, Apple is expected to…

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This Software Lets You Build Beautiful Websites Without Coding Knowledge [Deals Hub]

Want your website to stand out? If you’re not super code savvy, but would like to build your own attractive website, it’s time to check out Blocs 3: Website Builder for Mac. This easy-to-use design software lets you build responsive and eye-catching sites without knowing code. And it’s available now in the iPhone Hacks Deal Hub for just $39.99. That’s 60% off the usual price of $99.99. Blocs Website Builder makes building a website as simple as stacking blocks. Just use the pre-defined sections to build your fully-coded web page…

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FBI Successfully Unlocks iPhone 11 Pro Max in Ohio Case Using GrayKey Tool

If the new report from Forbes is to be believed, extracting data from a locked and an encrypted iPhone is no more a myth. The publication claims that the FBI used a tool called GrayKey to hack into an accused’s iPhone 11 Pro Max and extract data from it. The report states “Last year, FBI investigators in Ohio used a hacking device called a GrayKey to draw data from the latest Apple model, the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The phone belonged to Baris Ali Koch, who was accused of helping…

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AirPods Pro’s Active Noise Cancellation Not Working? Here’s How to Check the Problem

As we reported a few days back, AirPods Pro 2C54 firmware update that was briefly released by Apple and then pulled seems to have made the Active Noise Cancellation feature worse. If your AirPods Pro’s Active Noise Cancellation feature is not working or less effective then you should check if your AirPods Pro has been updated with the 2C54 firmware update. What exactly is the problem with Active Noise Cancellation in AirPods Pro After 2C54 Firmware Update? According to tech news site RTings, results showed a fairly significant drop in…

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Barclays Analyst Believes Apple Could Launch iPhone without Lightning Connector in 2021

Barclays analysts believe that the iPhone 12 models due to launch later this year will feature a “refreshed” TrueDepth camera system that will benefit Apple supplier Lite-On Semiconductor. The research note does not provide any details as to how this “refreshed” TrueDepth camera system will improve Face ID or not. The new TrueDepth camera system could also pave the way for Apple to reduce the size of the notch. On the iPhone 11 series, Apple upgraded the front camera resolution with a slightly wider field of view which helped improved…

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35 Companies Including Apple Wants the EU to Stop Patent Trolls from Gaming the System

35 companies including Microsoft, BMW, and Apple have written to the European Commission about patent trolls stifling innovation and blackmailing them. The letter calls out Thierry Breton, the new commissioner for industrial policy and technology, to prevent patent trolls from “gaming the system”. In a letter to the European Commission, the group of 35 companies and four industry groups warned that patent trolls were stifling innovation. They called for Thierry Breton, the new commissioner who oversees industrial policy and technology, to draw up tough rules to stop patent hoarders from…

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