Slack for iOS Is Now Easier to Use with Redesigned Bottom Bar, Compose Button, More

Earlier this year, Slack introduced a major update for the desktop app. Now the app has received a major update for iOS. The whole layout seems to be redesigned with navigation moved to bottom bars. The bottom bar includes “Home”, “DMs”, “Mentions”, and “You.” Previously, the menu could be accessed by swiping on the three-dot line menu. Slack believes the redesigned bottom navigation bar will help users navigate faster than before. The Slack update on iOS seems to have borrowed some elements from the desktop app. Slack gets the Lightning…

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The iPhone 11 Was the Highest Selling Smartphone Worldwide in Q1 2020

The iPhone 11 has been a massive success for Apple. The design improvements along with the improved dual-camera setup and the slightly lower price tag have helped the device sell like hotcakes. Analytics firm Canalys now reports that the iPhone 11 was the highest selling smartphone in Q1 2020. The iPhone 11 sold more than 18 million units in Q1 2020 beating the second-place Redmi Note 8 series by nearly 10 million. The iPhone 11 series itself did very well and occupied three spots in the top 10. The iPhone…

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iPhone 12 leak: CAD-based renders show design, 120Hz screens and 3x zoom camera tipped

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New CAD schematics for the upcoming iPhone 12 series have leaked, allowing the team at EverythingApplePro to create accurate 3D renders. They show that the new iOS flagships will have an iPad Pro-like design with squared off sides. One thing that was present in earlier leaks was a Smart Connector (like the iPads have). This has been removed in the latest version, but people in the know say that Apple is keeping it as an option for future “port-less” iPhones. The telephoto camera will also be exclusive to the Pros,…

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New MacBook Air’s Display Gets Much Brighter When Running Windows

All new MacBooks from Apple now use pixel-dense screens with high brightness and True Tone technology for a richer viewing experience. Even the 2020 MacBook Air uses a Retina Display, but it lacks DCI-P3 colour gamut. However, it can go brighter than the screen on the MacBook Pro, but only while running Windows. Our Take One thing that you need to understand is that not all display panels are made the same. They all have slight differences when it comes to maximum brightness level, contrast ratio, and color accuracy. However,…

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Spotify Launches Shared Music Listening Feature Called Group Session

Today, Spotify is giving its users a feature they’ve wanted for so long: group listening. The music streaming giant is calling it Group Sessions. It will allow users in a group to control music playback and add tracks to the queue. However, the feature is only available in beta as of now. Spotify is the first among major music streaming platform to roll out a group listening experience for its users. Starting today, Spotify Premium users can enjoy Group Sessions, a feature that would be useful for friends and family…

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Rumour: 14-inch MacBook Pro Could Launch in 2021

The new 13-inch MacBook Pro announcement from Apple disappointed many since rumors had pointed to the company launching a machine with a 14-inch display. Instead, Apple retained the same screen size and just bumped the specs of the machine to new Intel 10th-gen processors along with more RAM and base storage across all models. A Twitter account that has previously leaked details about many upcoming Apple products accurately, is now pointing to the 14-inch MacBook Pro launching next year. There have been rumors of the 14-inch MacBook Pro using a…

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Major Thunderbolt Security Exploit ‘Thunderpsy’ Allows Hacker to Steal Data from Encrypted Drive, Partially Affects macOS

A major security flaw has been discovered in Thunderbolt that affects all PCs featuring the port. This includes Windows, Linux, and even Macs. The flaw allows a hacker to access data on a machine that is locked and even if its drive is encrypted. The ‘Thunderspy’ security vulnerability consists of 7 security flaws which can be used in nine realistic scenarios. They have been discovered by researcher Björn Ruytenberg of the Eindhoven University of Technology. A hacker with the right set of tools and physical access to a machine with…

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Report: Apple is Considering Moving Nearly a Fifth of Its Production From China to India

The coronavirus pandemic has forced many companies to diversify their supply chain and move a certain extent of their production out of China. Apple is no different and while it is producing some of its devices in Vietnam, it could be looking at making India an export hub for its products. A number of meetings between senior Apple executives and Indian government officials over the last few months have opened up the possibility of Apple moving nearly one-fifth of its production from China to India. The move could see Apple…

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