Apple Pay Could Soon Launch in Mexico

After Apple Pay’s expansion in the European markets such as Portugal and Slovakia last year, the mobile payment solution could soon make it to Mexico. Some users in the country were able to add their bank’s debit and credit cards to the Wallet app on their iPhones. Some Mexican consumers were able to add their cards issued by the Banregio bank to Apple Wallet. They were able to do this by changing the region of their iPhone to a country where Apple Pay is available. However, they were unable to…

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Here Is Why Apple Is Still Struggling to Establish a Supply Chain in India

For several years Apple is mulling shifting its production outside China. The trade war between U.S.-China and the coronavirus outbreak seems to have forced Apple to think about decentralizing its supply chain. The Cupertino company was looking towards establishing a supply chain in India. However, Apple was dismayed with the results and seems to have put India plans on the backburner. An extensive report by TheInformation sheds light on Apple’s quest for setting up a supply chain in India. The Reasons Apple knew that its reliance on China was not…

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Apple’s iCloud and iMessage Services Currently Experiencing Performance Issues

If you are noticing slower than usual performance in iMessage and iCloud apps, you are not alone, and it is not an issue with your devices. These services are facing backend issues in various parts of the world, and other people are affected as well. Apple has reported that several of its cloud-based services, such as iCloud Drive, iCloud Photos, and iMessage are facing performance issues due to technical difficulties. The company’s system status page shows that some people might be affected due to slower performance. You can’t do much…

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Enjoy Your Fave Videos and Music – No Internet Required [Deals Hub]

It’s easy to take YouTube for granted. Whether you’re into the latest music, yoga lessons, hockey fights or cute animal hijinks, there are millions of videos up for grabs anywhere, anytime. Make that almost anywhere: If you’re on a plane, out at camp or anywhere without internet access, your laptop or computer suddenly gets a lot less entertaining. Luckily, it’s nothing that the Airy Downloader can’t work around. With surprisingly little preparation, you can have a stockpile of video on your Mac that you’ll be able to access immediately –…

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This Apple Watch Clone from OPPO Runs Wear OS, Features ECG

The Apple Watch has been a huge success, and every other brand wants to emulate it. Now, a rival smartphone brand is going to launch its first smartwatch that looks a lot like the Apple Watch. It even features a similar wrist band. The OPPO Watch will be unveiled tomorrow alongside the Chinese firm’s flagship smartphone, the Find X2. The company’s first smartwatch looks quite similar to the Apple Watch, featuring a rectangular display, curved corners, and a metal case. However, it runs Google’s Wear OS rather than watchOS. The…

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Report: ‘AirPods Pro Lite’ Expected to Enter Production by the End of Q1 2020

Multiple reports have hinted at a ‘Lite’ version of AirPods Pro. Digitimes has now reported that Apple suppliers will start working on entry-level AirPods Pro by the end of Q1 or beginning of Q2. Furthermore, the assembly of new AirPods Pro is expected to begin from mid-April. At this point in time, not much is known about entry-level AirPods Pro. Needless to say, the entry-level AirPods Pro will come sans some features. In all likelihood, the AirPods Pro-Lite will skip on active noise cancellation. In fact, some rumors suggest that…

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Future HomePods Could Feature Touch-Sensitive Controls on Its Sides

Although Apple’s first smart speaker has the best audio quality among all the rivals, it didn’t turn out to be as successful as the company had expected, mostly due to the lack of enough features. However, the company is testing out various features that it could integrate into future versions of HomePods. According to a new patent filed by Apple with the USPTO (United States Patent And Trademark Office), the company seems to be working on a solution that could allow touch-sensitive controls on the fabric that covers the smart…

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iPhone 12 Pro Leak Points to 64MP Rear Camera, Night mode for Front and Telephoto Camera

A new leak surrounding the iPhone 12 Pro and iOS 14 reveals quite a bit about what Apple has in store for us this year. This is the first iPhone 12 Pro leak to talk about its specs and other improvements that Apple plans to include on the lineup this year. iPhone 12 The leak points to Apple bumping the camera resolution to more than 12MP. The company is testing iPhone 12 prototypes with 64MP cameras. If true, this will be the first time that Apple will end up using…

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Apple Has Reportedly Deferred iPhone 9 PCB Orders to Q2

Apple could have possibly delayed the launch of the iPhone SE 2 to the second quarter of this year. A DigiTimes report claims that Apple has deferred the PCB orders of the iPhone 9 from the first quarter to second which possibly hints at a delayed launch for the device. So far, all rumors and sources have pointed to Apple announcing the iPhone 9 later this month and the device going on sale early next month. However, it looks like Apple has decided to pushback the release of the device due to…

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Twitter Testing Stories-like Feature Called Fleets

Twitter is finally getting on the Stories bandwagon. The company is testing a new Stories format called “Fleets.” For now, this new feature is live only to Twitter users in Brazil. It will allow Twitter users in the country to post ephemeral content on the platform. One can post photos, videos, and GIFs as Fleets. Compared to Stories on Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram, and others, the Fleets composer window is barebones and does not offer any advanced editing tools or stickers. For now, Twitter is allowing users to post Fleets of…

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