This Quirky Apple Watch Band Lets You Store AirPods

Ever wanted to store your AirPods for a few seconds but not in their actual case? Well, there’s an Apple Watch accessory that lets you do just that. Yes, an Apple Watch accessory for your AirPods. AirBand is an Apple Watch band that has dedicated slots to store AirPods. It has two slots to store two earbuds, but as expected, they can’t be charged when they are stored in the band. The accessory is listed on Kickstarter, and it is priced at $30. The project has been listed with a…

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Demand for iPads Increasing as People Stay Home Due to Coronavirus Outbreak

The production of various Apple products, including AirPods, iPads, iPhones, and Macs, seems to have taken a hit due to the Coronavirus outbreak. However, there appears to be an unexpected result of the pandemic, which is working in the iPad maker’s favor. According to a report from DigiTimes, the demand for iPads seems to be higher than usual at this time of the year. This unexpected consequence is reportedly due to the Coronavirus outbreak in China and other Asian markets where people, including students and workers, have been told to…

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If EU’s Plan Succeeds, Apple Might Have to Start Using Easily Replaceable Batteries in iPhones

Apple is infamous for staying away from standards for its products. It is already facing the threat of being forced to use a USB Type-C charging port in iPhones. In the future, it might have to use easily replaceable batteries in its mobile phones. A considerable part of today’s planned obsolescence designed by consumer tech firms is the inability to easily replace batteries in phones and tablets. However, the good folks at the European Union (EU) are reportedly working on a plan to force OEMs to make their devices in…

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Kuo: ARM Based Mac are Coming in the First Half of 2021

Apple Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a note to investors has said that Apple’s first Mac with the in-house processor will be released in the first half of 2021. It is no secret that Apple is working towards developing Mac processors in-house Earlier rumors have already hinted that Apple is readying a custom ARM-based processor for its Mac lineup. This move will supposedly help Apple reduce reliance on Intel and Qualcomm. In the past, Apple has been hit hard by Intel CPU supply shortages. Last year the Mac revenue apparently took…

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These Earphones Keep Up With Your Most Rigorous Workouts [Deals Hub]

Need a pair of wireless earphones that can keep up with your busy life? The TREBLAB XR700 PRO Wireless Sports Earphones not only give you 9 hours of True-HD sound, they’re also water resistant and come complete with a snug fit. They’re available now in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub for $29.99, 24% off the usual price of $39.97. If you’ve struggled to find earphones that are tough enough for your workouts, we bet TREBLAB XR700 PRO Wireless Sports Earphones will be up for the challenge. They’re packed with True-HD…

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The U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Entertain Apple’s Plea in $440 Million VirnetX Case

In 2016, a federal jury found Apple guilty of infringing VirnetX’s patents and awarded $302 million. Currently, the outstanding amount stands at a staggering $440 million and includes interest. Apple is trying to avoid paying damages to VirnetX for using its internet security technology in features like FaceTime. The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear Apple’s appeal against paying damages to VirnetX. Apple has been arguing on the lines that certain parts of VirnetX’s patent have been canceled by the U.S Patent and Trademark Office. When the court didn’t…

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iPhone and iPad Apps Can Snoop on Clipboard Data without User Permission

Even though Apple’s mobile operating system is considered to be one of the safest, there are still a few areas where it can be improved in terms of user data protection and privacy. The clipboard’s data can be snooped upon by apps and widgets. Apple uses a shared clipboard for all its platforms, including iOS and iPadOS. It has now been studied that almost any app and widget can snoop on the data copied to the system clipboard (which Apple calls as Pasteboard) of an iOS or iPadOS device. This…

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iOS 14’s New Recent Apps UI Shown in Leaked Video

A new video and leaked photos show the multitasking changes that Apple will be bringing to its iPhone lineup with iOS 14. The leaked images and videos show that Apple plans on bringing the iPadOS 13 multitasking style to iOS 14 and iPhones. A video shows the iPhone 11 Pro running an internal build of iOS 14 with the new Recent Apps view. The short video shows the new multitasking UI which can fit up to four apps on the screen at one time. Users can then swipe to the…

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Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra vs iPhone 11 Pro: Which Flagship Has the Best Camera?

With the Samsung Galaxy S20 series, the company has upped its camera game once again. The Galaxy S20 Ultra, in particular with its 108MP primary camera and massive camera sensor looks like a camera monster. How does the Galaxy S20’s camera performance compare to the iPhone 11 Pro? After all, Apple improved its imaging game with the iPhone 11 series last year as well. A number of videos have cropped up on YouTube in which the camera of the Galaxy S20 Ultra and the iPhone 11 Pro have been extensively…

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