Apple Pay Could Be Launched In Israel

It is being reported that Apple executives have started meeting banks and credit companies in Israel so that they can start offering Apple Pay in the region. Isreali publication Calcalist reported that Apple is planning to launch its mobile payment solutions in the country. Apparently, senior executives from the Cupertino-based firm have already begun meeting various banks, credit companies, and finance solution providers to form agreements. It is being reported that Isreali firms were quite surprised to know that Apple planned to charge a fee of 0.2 percent on every…

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U.S. Department of Justice Is Quizzing App Developers as Part of the Anti-Trust Probe Against Apple

As part of its ongoing investigation into Apple, the U.S. Department of Justice has reached out to app developers. The Cupertino company is accused of anti-competitive behavior and is currently being probed for the same. Reuters reported about the investigation in June last year and now the officials finally seem to be making some headway. According to sources, the Justice Department has contacted select app developers to help investigate the claims. Mobicip developer, Suren Ramasubbu told Reuters that he was interviewed by an investigator in November last year. He was…

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Apple Makes iCloud.com Website Mobile Friendly, Now Accessible via Android and iOS Devices

Apple has made it easier to access the iCloud.com website through mobile devices, especially the ones running Android or iOS operating systems. However, functionalities differ between various operating systems. The iCloud.com website, which offers access to various cloud services from Apple, now has a mobile-friendly design. Users can now access the website and use its services via Android devices as well as iPads and iPhones. It even brings an option to upload photos from the camera app or from the gallery. Apple’s cloud services can now be accessed via native…

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Take Control of PDF Files With This Beginner-Friendly Software [Deals Hub]

PDFs are famously difficult to deal with, but they don’t have to be. PDFelement for Mac gives you the best way to editing PDF files, and a perpetual license is currently on sale in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub. Grab it now for just $39, 50% off the usual price of $79. Don’t worry if you’re not a computer genius, PDFelement for Mac is beginner-friendly! Despite being simple to use, it allows you to make complicated changes to these pesky documents. You can easily alter texts and fonts, edit images,…

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Foldable Screen Phones Have a Crease Problem, but Apple Seems to Have a Solution for It

Android phone makers have jumped onto the foldable-screen phone bandwagon, but all such phones seem to have an issue with the screen crease. However, Apple seems to be working on a solution that can solve such issues with foldable screens. Apple seems to be working on an iPhone with a foldable screen. According to a patent filed by the Cupertino-based firm with the USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office), it appears that the company is looking into a solution that uses a flexible display and a hinge which prevents…

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Google Photos Private Videos Wrongly Shared with Strangers, Google Issues an Apology

Google Photos is perhaps one of the most popular photo apps across multiple platforms. It not only offers the convenience of viewing your pictures but also lets you store it on the cloud and thus saving storage on your phone. Now Google has confirmed that videos on Google Photos account were shown to a stranger due to a technical issue. Google Takeout is a tool that lets users download data from Google apps and store them as a backup. However, in November, videos from Google Photos were wrongly exported to…

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Apple Suppliers Aim to Restart Production by February 10 Despite Coronavirus Outbreak

Major Apple suppliers in China plan to resume full-fledged production from February 10 despite the coronavirus outbreak. Foxconn’s Hon Hai plans to restart production once again in its facilities in China from February 10. Other major suppliers like Quanta Computer, Inventec Corp, and LG Display will also resume production in their facilities from next week. A report from yesterday had claimed that Foxconn had seen a “fairly small impact” on its production line due to coronavirus outage. The Chinese government has currently put much of the country in lockdown to…

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Stunning iPhone 9 Concept Gives Us a Look at Apple’s Much Awaited Small and Budget iPhone

Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 9/iPhone SE 2 in March this year. The device is rumored to feature the same design language as the iPhone 8 while packing a similar set of components as the iPhone 11 series. Now, a new concept ad envisioned by Mauro Battino shows how the iPhone 9 is going to look like and what to expect from the device. While the front of the iPhone 9 looks similar to the iPhone 8 in the concept video, the rear with frosted glass and single…

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