watchOS 6.2.5 Beta 5 Adds Three New Watch Faces

After releasing watchOS 6.2.5 Beta 4 two weeks ago, Apple released the fifth developer beta build of watchOS 6.2.5 for the Apple Watch. Although there was no official changelog from Apple, and we weren’t expecting the company to add any new feature, there seem to be new watch faces in the new update. The watchOS 6.2.5 Beta 5 update that was released to developers on May 14 seems to have brought along three new watch faces. These are 2020 versions of the Pride series watch faces, and they are available…

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Play Games on iPhone? The Best Tips and Tricks You Must Know

iPhone is the best gaming smartphone in the world. Apple holds an unprecedented advantage in the gaming industry due to the vertical integration of hardware, software, and in-house chipset. It’s a known fact that developers prefer iOS over Android to release new games. You may have seen some exclusive and high-quality game titles launch for the iOS platform first. While the gaming experience is top-notch on the iPhone, it is ruined a bit due to the way Apple handles notifications and calls. And here is where our tips and tricks…

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How to Clean and Disinfect Your AirPods or AirPods Pro

There’s no denying the fact that the AirPods and the AirPods Pro have turned out to be a massive hit for Apple. Due to their convenience factor, the wireless earbuds have quickly become a must-have iPhone accessory for many. Just like your iPhone though, it is recommended that you clean and disinfect your AirPods or AirPods Pro from time to time to ensure that it is working properly. In many ways, people tend to handle their AirPods and AirPods Pro more roughly than they do with their iPhone or other…

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Apple Gets Preliminary Approval to Settle iPhone Throttling Lawsuit By Paying $500 Million

U.S. District Judge Edward J. Davila has given preliminary approval to Apple’s plan of paying $500 million to settle a lawsuit which accused it of secretly throttling older iPhones. The Cupertino company had agreed to pay $500 million to settle the lawsuit back in March itself. The hearing was held over Zoom due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The judge also informed all the parties in the case about extending the final approval deadlines by a few weeks due to coronavirus. The final settlement hearing will now take place in…

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Apple Watch App Developer Compiles a List of Improvements for watchOS 7

Apple is expected to unveil watchOS 7 at the WWDC. Thanks to rumors and leaks we already know a fair share of what to expect from watchOS 7. David Smith, an Apple Watch developer has detailed his expectations of what needs to be changed/improvised on the watchOS 7. He believes that Apple should “Sherlock” its way and replicate third party features on Apple Watch. Smith believes that “Apple’s goal should be to provide the best, most capable experience that suits the needs of the majority of its users. They should…

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