Apple Releases watchOS 6.1.2 Beta 3 and tvOS 13.3.1 Beta 3 to Developers

After the iOS 13.3.1 Beta 3 and iPadOS 13.3.1 Beta 3, Apple has now started rolling out the third beta versions of watchOS 6.1.2 and tvOS 13.3.1 to developers. Unfortunately, there is no information regarding the changes that the new operating systems for the two platforms offer, since neither the brand has released a changelog of the new software, nor has there been any user reports so far. That being said, the new beta builds most probably pack bug fixes and performance improvements. The Beta 3 of watchOS 6.1.2 and…

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Amazon Music Closes the Gap on Apple Music with 55 Million Subscribers

Music streaming war is heating up with Amazon Music passing 55-million customer mark. Amazon Music seems to be closing the gap and catching up with Apple Music and Spotify. Amazon told that “nearly all” of subscribers were paying. Steve Boom, head of Amazon Music said that “Amazon doesn’t talk numbers that much,” he further added that “We felt like getting to this level of the scale was something worth talking about.” Last time around Eddy Cue had revealed in an interview that Apple Music has close to 60M paid subscribers.…

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This $10 Million Cyber Lab in New York City Is Dedicated to Cracking iPhones

A New York-based publication, Fast Company, has revealed a $10 million cyber lab that is made to break into Apple’s iPhones and other such gadgets. As you might know, government authorities want the Cupertino-based tech giant to unlock Apple devices of the accused and criminals to crack the government’s cases faster. However, the brand is adamant about keeping user’s data safe. And it has so far been successful at rejecting all of the government’s requests to break into people’s devices and extract their private data. That, however, hasn’t stopped the…

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Security Flaws in Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention can expose your browsing habits

Google researchers have unearthed multiple security flaws in Apple’s Safari’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention feature. Apparently the security flaws will allow users habits to be tracked despite the Intelligent tracking feature being turned on. Financial Times has accessed the preview and the entire research paper will be published soon. Google researchers claim that Safari’s Intelligent tracking prevention feature can potentially leave user data exposed. In other words, the feature maintains an information log on websites visited by users. However, third parties can potentially create a fingerprint that allows them to follow…

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Apple Releases iOS 13.3.1 Beta 3 and iPadOS 13.3.1 Beta 3 to Developers

Apple has started rolling out the third beta version of iOS 13.3.1 and iPadOS 13.3.1 operating systems to the developers. The new firmware reportedly fixes an issue with Screen Time, where, the bug in the OS, lets kids contact an unknown person through calls or texts, even after parents set restrictions. If you are unfamiliar with restrictions, people have an option to set a communications limit in an iPhone to make the handset safer for kids. However, the iOS 13.3.1 Beta 2 had a bug, where, if a person who…

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Apple Starts Selling OtterSpot Stackable Wireless Charger, Mophie Powerstation, Other Accessories

Apple has added a bunch of new wireless charging accessories to its online store. The latest addition comes from brands like OtterBox, Mophie, Belkin, Native Union and Promise Technology. The Otterbox Stackable Wireless charging system seems like the most interesting of the lot. Launched last year, the OtterSpot Stackable wireless system resembles a restaurant buzzer, however, it is much more than that. The stackable charging system from Otterbox is aimed at people who use more than one device that supports wireless charging. Each additional stack packs in 5,000mAh battery capacity…

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Update the Way You Sync Files to Your Apple Products [Deals Hub]

It’s 2020 and syncing your iPhone with a cord feels outdated. Let WALTR 2: Windows License lets you wirelessly transfer music, videos, PDFs and more to your Apple devices without ever involving iTunes. It’s available now in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub for just $19, 52% off the usual price of $39.95. WALTR 2 takes file transferring into 2020, letting you automatically search and connect to your iOS devices and transfer any music, ringtone, video, PDF and ePUB files with an easy drag and drop. Transfer full-resolution 2160p 4K videos…

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You Can Now Login to Adobe’s Services With Apple Account

Adobe, one of the world’s most popular brands for photo editing applications, is now offering “Sign-in with Apple” option for its Creative Cloud as well as for its various other apps. Up until now, if you wanted to use any of Adobe’s services, you needed to sign-in with the brand’s account (which you need to create separately) or you had an option to sign-in using your Facebook or Google account (if you had one). Creating an account on Adobe not only takes a considerable amount of time, but you also…

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iPhone 11 Users Reportedly Facing Problems with Wireless Apple CarPlay

Apple had introduced wireless support for CarPlay with iOS 9. However, the adoption was very sluggish and only recently more car manufacturers are offering wireless Apple CarPlay. For some time, users have been complaining about issues with wireless CarPlay when used with iPhone 11. The issue seems rampant on Mini, however other models including Nissan and Honda are also affected. I just upgraded from an Iphone X to Iphone 11 Pro. IOS 13.0 and now my Carplay sounds like an old Vinyl record with a scratch. playing music from the…

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Wistron Opens Third iPhone Production Facility in India

Apple’s manufacturing partner Wistron has opened its third production facility in India. This will further help boost the production of iPhones under the ‘Make in India’ program. Wistron had received approval from the Indian government to set up a new Rs 5,000 crore factory in India in March last year. The company has already completed trial production at the facility. It is now looking to hire people for top- to mid-tier management roles and then start production of low-cost iPhones. Presumably, the factory will be used to first assemble iPhone…

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