This Crazy iPhone 12 Concept Envisions Six Rear-Facing Cameras, Screens on the Sides

Apple will launch the iPhone 12 family later this year, and the company is expected to bring a design change and add more cameras to the phones. Until that happens, have a look at this crazy iPhone 12 concept that crams in as many features as one could think of, including six cameras on the rear and no notch. While we are expecting a quad-camera setup on the iPhone 12 Pro’s rear, this new iPhone 12 concept shows us how a smartphone from Apple would look like if it had…

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Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Apple Says It’s Okay to Use Disinfecting Wipes to Clean Its Products

While Apple was of the opinion that you don’t need to use disinfectants to clean your smartphone or other gadgets, it has updated its guidelines after the Coronavirus outbreak. The company now says that it’s okay to use certain disinfecting wipes on its products. Earlier, the iPhone maker used to suggest using a damp, lint-free cloth to clean its smartphones, computers, and other products. However, amid the COVID-19 (Coronavirus)outbreak, Apple has updated a support document on its webpage to mention that some disinfecting wipes can now be used on its…

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Ditch the lengthy passwords with this NFC-enabled device

Few things are more obnoxious and inconvenient than forgetting your password online—a problem that’s become much more common now that companies require you to use an absurd number of specific characters and numbers for security purposes. This game-changing Wifi Porter ensures that you’ll never have to endure the headaches of forgotten or lost passwords ever again, and it’s currently available for just $40. Embedded with a secure NFC chip, this discrete puck connects you to the Internet with just a single tap or scan, meaning you won’t have to continuously…

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Apple Watch Series 6, watchOS 7 to Feature Sleep Tracking, Schooltime Mode for Kids, New Watch Faces

Apple’s first smartwatch was lacking in terms of features, but the company has been adding dozens of new features with new watchOS updates and exciting new features with each new Apple Watch release. Now, it appears that the company has been working on exciting functions, such as sleep tracking, which could be released this year. It appears that the folks over at 9To5Mac have been able to get their hands on iOS 14 code, and it reveals a lot of features that we could expect to see later this year. First…

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iOS 14 Will Add System-Wide Mouse Cursor Support, Smart Keyboards with Trackpad in Development

Apple will be rolling out rich system-wide support for mouse cursors in iOS 14. The code snippets also point to Apple working on two Smart Keyboard models for the iPad Pro. The enhanced mouse support in iOS 14 will make the cursor behave in the same way as it currently does on a Mac. This includes the arrow automatically switching to a pointing hand when hovering over links, etc. Compared to macOS though, one major difference will be that the mouse pointer will automatically hide after a few seconds of…

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Take This Wireless Speaker Outdoors or in the Shower [Deals Hub]

Wireless speakers are everywhere these days, yet Bluetooth technology still seems pretty new to some of us. We get the tendency to treat some of these speakers with kid gloves, and in the case of cheap, flimsy speakers, that extra care is warranted. But what’s the point of a wireless speaker if you can’t take it places? That’s why we’d recommend a unit like the HyperGear Wave Water Resistant Wireless Speaker. True to its name, the HyperGear Wave boasts an IPX4 water resistance rating. That means it’s protected from sprays…

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Spotify Rolling out New Home Screen for iPhone Users

Spotify is rolling out a redesigned home screen for its mobile app that will make content discovery easier and also allow you to quickly access your favorite content. The top of the new Home screen will now provide access to six playlists — the albums you have been recently listening on repeat, the playlist you listen to during workouts, the podcast you stream every morning, and more. The content recommendation at the top will change depending on the time of the day and your listening habits. In total, there will…

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iOS 13.3 Uncover Jailbreak Gets Its Biggest Stability and Feature Update Yet

The Unc0ver team is out with a major update for their jailbreaking tool with a number of changes and improvements. If you have jailbroken your iPhone using Unc0ver, it is strongly recommended that you update to this build. Unc0ver 4.3 adds support for rebooting the userspace — a first for a jailbreak. It also adds support for injecting the entire userspace and looking up or registering services from the sandbox. It will also automatically re-enable software updates when one restores the RootFS. #unc0ver v4.3.0 is NOW OUT – The biggest…

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Selected Apple Stores Get New ‘iPhone Can Do Whaaaat?’ Displays

Last year, Apple launched a new ‘iPhone can do whaaaat?’ campaign in which it highlighted features that most users were not likely aware of. The company is now expanding this to its retail stores in a unique way. As 9to5Mac reports, selected Apple Stores now have an interactive experience zone in which Apple has mounted around 20 iPhones on a black backdrop with the ‘iPhone can do whaaaat?’ banner. The iPhones are playing synchronized animated video loops and invite store visitors to tap on them and learn about new iPhone features. All…

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Apple Watch Series 6 Could Measure Blood Oxygen, Offer Improved ECG

Apple is working on further improving the health features of the Apple Watch. The company plans on adding the ability to detect blood-oxygen levels to its wearable. This feature is already found in selected Fitbit wearables. Code found in an internal build of iOS 14 points to blood oxygen level monitoring coming to Apple Watch. A notification will be displayed when blood oxygen level drops below 80% which can lead to cardiac failure and cause other issues. At the moment, it is unclear if blood oxygen monitoring will require new…

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