Samsung Might Soon Release Galaxy Buds+ to Compete with AirPods Pro

The only mainstream rival to the Apple AirPods were the Samsung Galaxy Buds. However, with the launch of second-generation AirPods and the new AirPods Pro, the earbuds from Samsung don’t seem all that appealing now. Well, the South Korean tech giant is set to release a new pair of truly wireless earbuds, most probably a successor to the Galaxy Buds, to make a comeback against Apple. As you might know, the Galaxy Buds that are currently on sale worldwide come with the model number SM-R170. Now, the South Korean division…

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Review: The Mous ‘Limitless 3.0’ iPhone Case/Wallet System

The idea of super rugged cases isn’t new. Adding in real materials – wood, leather – isn’t new. Making a ‘wallet’ case with card slots, with a folio fold for watching media isn’t new. And even having a cover case attach to a folio ‘back’ with magnets isn’t new. But Mous has taken all of the above, added a few twists of their own, and come up with what is basically the most comprehensive iPhone case ‘system’ I’ve ever seen. Review: Mous ‘Limitless 3.0’ iPhone Case/Wallet System Going along with…

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Apple TV+ Not Streaming Content in Dolby Vision HDR on Apple TV 4K

A number of Apple TV 4K owners are reporting that they are not able to stream content in Dolby Vision HDR on their compatible 4K TVs. The issue has been present since the last two weeks, with Apple TV 4K owners reporting that all existing and new shows are not showing up in Dolby Vision HDR for streaming. Instead, shows like “See,” “The Morning Show”, and “For All Mankind” are now available for streaming in standard HDR10 format. However, the problem does not seem to affect all shows available on…

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Samsung Galaxy S11 Will Come with 108MP Camera, 5x Optical Zoom

The Samsung Galaxy S11 has already leaked in renders and today, Bloomberg has shed some more light on the phone’s specifications. Samsung is expected to drastically improve the camera performance of the Galaxy S11 to ensure it not only beats the iPhone 11 Pro but also leapfrogs the competition from Huawei. The report details that Samsung intends to use a 108MP primary camera on the Galaxy S11 next year. This will be in addition to three more camera sensors at the rear which includes an ultra-wide angle shooter and a 5x optical…

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16-Inch MacBook Pro Users Reporting ‘Popping’ Sound from Speakers

A number of 16-inch MacBook Pro owners are reporting of ‘popping’ or clicking sound from the speakers of their new machine. This is an issue that has also been found in previous MacBooks. Some users claim that the issue is found even on the display units of the 16-inch MacBook Pro at Apple’s retail stores. There’s no word on how widespread the issue is but there are plenty of new 16-inch MacBook Pro owners complaining about it on Apple’s support forums online. The problem does not hamper the working of…

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Apple Releases iOS 13.3, iPadOS 13.3, tvOS 13.3 and watchOS 6.1.1 Beta 4 to Developers

Apple has released the fourth developer beta of iOS 13.3 and iPadOS 13.3 for compatible iPhones and iPads, respectively,  after two weeks of silence. The company has also released the fourth developer beta of tvOS 13.3 and watchOS 6.1.1 software updates. If you are not a registered developer, you won’t be able to install it on your device. The previous developer beta versions of iOS 13.3 had brought a new option to disable the Memoji keyboard from always appearing with the emoji keyboard. The current version of iOS 13.3 developer…

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Apple Adds Animoji, Emojis, New Stickers To Clips App

Apple has updated the Clips app to support Animojis and Memojis. The company also added new animated stickers for a more fun experience while creating short videos using the free video creation app. The Clips app, which is available for iPhones and iPads, will now support using Animojis and Memojis along with the usual features such as emojis, filters, music, and text. This offers users a more personalized way of creating short videos. The updated app also brings support for seven new stickers, including the ones with Mickey Mouse and…

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Apple Explains Why iPhone 11 Pro Requests Location Data When Services Are Turned Off

Apple has faced criticism over the past week after it was revealed that its new phones request location data even when a user has specifically set not do so. Now, the company has responded to the unwanted behavior by stating that it is due to the UWB (ultra wideband) feature. Security expert Brian Krebs had reported that Apple’s iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max devices request location data even when a user chooses not to do so. Krebs reached out to the iPhone maker in November after he…

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Report: 2020 iPhone Lineup Will Include 4.7-inch, 5.4-inch, Two 6.1-inch, 6.7-inch Models

A research note with TF International Securities has revealed that Apple intends to launch five iPhones in 2020. The prediction comes from Ming-Chi Kuo and seems credible. In the report, Kuo mentions that Apple will launch iPhone SE 2 with a 4.7-inch display in the first half of 2020. This will soon be followed by a higher-end iPhone lineup all of which will come equipped with OLED displays. The 2020 iPhone lineup will consist of 5.4, two 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch iPhone models which will be launched by the second half…

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You Can Now Use WhatsApp to Create Reminders and Tasks in Any.do

Messaging apps are getting more versatile with each passing day. Facebook Messenger has always been the more feature-rich IM platform, offering bots, stickers, AR filters, shopping, payments, and whatnot. Now, the company’s other IM service, WhatsApp, seems to be catching up. It has collaborated with Any.do to let users create reminders and tasks via the messaging platform. The WhatsApp Reminders integration is being pegged by Any.do as a quick and easy method to create events, reminders, and tasks directly from ongoing conversations with colleagues, friends, and family. The company states…

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