Apple Mask Pro Concept Is a Humorous Take on Hypothetical Coronavirus Face Mask

Coronavirus outbreak has crippled the world and more people are getting detected with the virus each passing day. Economies have slumped and industries are reeling under the impact of coronavirus. One of the best ways to protect from coronavirus ist o use a facemask. Now an Apple fan has readied a concept of how the Apple Mask would look like. A graphic designer by the name Justin Ciappara has created Apple Mask Concepts. The rather humorous take goes on to mention that Apple will sell the mask in three variants.…

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Apple Releases Fifth Developer Beta for macOS Catalina 10.15.4, tvOS 13.4

Apple has released the fifth beta for macOS Catalina 10.15.4 a week after releasing the fourth beta. As expected the fifth developer beta of macOS Catalina focusses on bug fixes and stability improvements. Furthermore, the company has also released the fifth developer beta for tvOS 13.4. Apple has also released fifth developer beta for iOS 13.4 Beta 5, iPadOS 13.4. At this point in time, it is not clear as to what improvements the new developers beta brings to macOS Catalina. In all likelihood, it will improve performance, security update…

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Apple Releases iOS 13.4 Beta 5, iPadOS 13.4 Beta 5 to Developers

Apple has released the fifth beta builds of iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 today to developers. The newest developer beta releases come one week after the release of iOS 13.4 Beta 4, iPadOS 13.4 Beta 4, and tvOS 13.4 Beta 4. The latest versions can now be downloaded and installed on registered beta testing iPhones and iPads. The iPhone maker has released the iOS 13.4 Beta 5 and the iPadOS 13.4 Beta 5 updates to compatible iPhone and iPad models. These updates are only available to developers who have registered…

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This super-powerful portable charging station is just $58

Our charging cables have become almost as important as the devices they charge these days, with dead smartphone and laptop batteries leading to endless amounts of anguish and grief when you’re on the go and away from an outlet. This SuperMini 10,000mAh Charger will let you supercharge your battery faster and more efficiently in any environment regardless of whether you’re close to a wall outlet, and it’s currently available for over 45% off at just $57.99. Loaded with fast-charging abilities and a USB-C to lightning cable out, this charger is…

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Apple’s Idea of Folding Phones and Tablets Is Completely Different

With the flexible OLED screen technology maturing, more and more brands have been showing their ideas of foldable smartphones, tablets, and laptop hybrids. However, Apple’s idea of how a foldable smartphone and tablet should work is completely different. Samsung’s and Motorola’s foldable smartphones looked great on paper and in press images. However, they turned out to be flimsy and unreliable, at least compared to the usual smartphones. They break and bend easily, and their screens are susceptible to scratches. Now, Apple has a new patent application that shows how foldable…

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HomeKit Features Leak via iOS 14 Code: Face Recognition, Night Shift for Lights, Apple TV Audio

Apple has been steadily adding smart home features year after year via its HomeKit APIs in newer versions of iOS, iPadOS, and watchOS. Now, some more HomeKit related features have been leaked via iOS 14 code, and the list includes face recognition support for security cameras and Night Shift for smart lights. It looks like Apple is expanding the feature set of HomeKit later this year via iOS 14, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7 updates. 9To5Mac has been able to get its hands on iOS 14 code and they dug…

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iOS 14 Leak: List View in Home Screen, Third-Party Wallpaper Integration, Accessibility Improvements, More

Apple is looking to improve the home screen experience in iOS 14 by allowing users to view all their installed applications in a list view. The next version of iOS will also come with major wallpaper changes and improved accessibility. Home screen Improvements in iOS 14 iOS 14 will add a new page from where users will be able to access all the installed applications on their iPhone in a list view. Users will have the option of sorting the apps in the list in different ways including only viewing…

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Leak: 2020 iPad Pro Will Come with ToF Sensor, New Apple TV Remote in the Works

Leaked iOS 14 code has revealed details about Apple’s upcoming hardware including the iPad Pro, iPhone 9, and AirTags. 2020 iPad Pro The leaked iOS 14 internal code points to the upcoming iPad Pro lineup coming with a quad-camera system at the rear. This will include a regular wide-angle sensor, an ultra-wide angle shooter, a telephoto sensor, and a 3D ToF sensor. This will be the first time that Apple will be including a telephoto and ultra-wide angle shooter on the iPad Pro. The setup will presumably be the same…

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iMessage in iOS 14 Could Get Mentions Support and Other Improvements

Apple is testing a bunch of new features for iMessage that could be released with iOS 14. This includes a new mention system where users will be able to catch the attention of a particular person by using @ and then typing their name. This will then send that user a notification even if they have that group muted. Whenever a user would use the @symbol, iMessage will show all the contacts in the conversation in a UI similar to how Slack does it currently. Additionally, Apple is testing allowing…

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iOS 14 Will Come with New Fitness App Offering Guided Workout Videos, Improved OCR Capabilities for Apple Pencil

Apple is working on a new fitness app for iPhones, Apple Watch, and Apple TV that will let users download guided fitness-related videos so that they can do the workouts without having to go to the gym. Codenamed “Seymour,” the app could be named Fit or Fitness when it is released with iOS 14 later this year. New Fitness App for iPhone, Apple Watch, & Apple TV Apple will launch this new fitness app in iOS 14, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7 at the same time. This will be a…

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