Your iPhone Might Soon Stop Showing AT&T’s ‘5GE’ Network Indicator

AT&T’s 5GE network indicator that you sometimes see on your iPhone might soon go away. The National Advertising Review Board (NARB) in the US has asked AT&T to discontinue its marketing 5G E and 5G Evolution marketing claims, terming them as misleading. AT&T was displaying the ‘5GE’ network label on smartphones instead of ‘LTE’ where advanced forms of 4G LTE networks with three-way carrier aggregation (3CA), 4×4 MIMO, and 256-QAM are available. However, that’s not real 5G, and it was misleading many consumers. People with 4G iPhones (running iOS 12.2…

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Siri Grading Whistleblower Says Apple ‘Violating Fundamental Rights’ and Continuing ‘Massive Collection of Data’

Former Apple contractor Thomas le Bonniec had helped blow the whistle on how third-party contractors were listening to personal Siri recordings of Apple users without their knowledge lat yeare. Now, he has decided to go public once again to protest how Apple has been let go easily from the entire fiasco. In July last year, it was discovered that Apple contractors regularly heard Siri conversations of users as a part of their process of grading the voice assistant. The conversations revealed confidential medical information, drug deals, and other personal information…

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Leak: Apple’s AR Glasses Could Cost $499, May be Unveiled Along With iPhone 12

Leaker Jon Prosser has revealed some key details about Apple’s upcoming AR glasses. As per the leak, Apple will be marketing its AR glasses as Apple Glass. Interestingly, the leak claims that the base model of the Apple Glass will start from $499, with extra charges for prescription lenses. That does seem absurdly low but then the Apple Glass will be relying solely on the iPhone for all data processing work just like the first Apple Watch. Apple is seemingly planning on announcing the Apple Glass in Q4 2020 or…

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