Apple along with its much awaited Apple Watch also announced its new version of MacBook. At the Spring Forward event, it also revised its MacBook Air and MacBook Pro editions. The new MacBook holds some revised features like being super slim and having no fan. It also sports the innovative ‘Force Touch’ trackpad for maneuvering. This Force Touch trackpad works on the amount of pressure exerted by the user to provide a range of controls to the palette. MacBook Pro will also get the Force Touch trackpad. [click to continue…]

Technology industry has always been keen to know about the latest projects by Apple and Apple on the other hand has always applied secrecy to its hardware as well as software projects, but until the OS X Yosemite. With the launch of OS X Yosemite Beta version in public, it received an overwhelming response with about one million users opting for it in no time. After this successful program, Apple is now said to follow the same trend with its forthcoming version for mobile operating system, iOS 9. [click to continue…]

Apple is reportedly working on a upgraded version of TouchID sensor that will be shipped in their next phone. This is mainly to reduce the reading errors and enhance the experience of Apple Pay which is Apple’s new payment system.


As of now, TouchID works pretty well when unlocking your device and the fact that it is getting better is good news. It has also made Apple Pay very easy to use. If you own an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus then due to NFC, all you need to do when carrying out a transaction is hold your finger on the home button and tap the contactless reader.

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Apple made its WatchKit SDK available for the developers in November last year, along with Apple iOS 8.2 and Xcode 6.2 beta. And with Apple reporting that its Apple Watch developments are on track and will be available to users as speculated, there is a lot of news and rumors coming up concerning the Apple Watch.

Recently MacRumors reported that Apple is in talks with some high profile app developers and partners to have their Apple Watch compatible iPhone apps. Apple has allegedly asked them to be ready for launch on App Store by mid-February. MacRumors has also said to catch sights of thousands of Apple employees [click to continue…]

Apple is known to launch a new smartphone every fall. This year we await the iPhone 6. As expected, there have N number of rumours about the new iPhone. Last year Apple brought a new line of plastic body iPhones called the iPhone 5c. We aren’t sure if that lineup will continue, but for the flagship 5s, the expected list of upgrades is huge.

Below is a list of features, we expect the iPhone 6 to have –

Bigger Screen

Phones displays are getting bigger by the day. Today, the average screen size of a phone would be in the range of 4.7-5 inches. Apple has definitely been losing out on customers due to the small screen size of previous generation iPhones. Hence, most likely the iPhone 6 will have a bigger screen. Rumours say that Apple will launch two variant – a 4.7 inches and a 5.5 inches iPhone. This will allow the iPhone 6 to compete with the Samsung Galaxy S5 (5.1 inches), Sony Xperia Z2 (5.2 inches), LG G3 (5.5 inches) and Nokia Lumia 930 Windows 8 (5 inches).



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From just a slight chest pain to getting a major heart attack may not take more than seconds. Is there a way to give us a signal of an approaching heart attack? Till now – NO but, maybe the iWatch could change this. There have already been numerous rumours about the upcoming wearable from Apple i.e. the iWatch having the ability to detect an heart attack. And, with this retweet below, did Apple CEO, Tim Cook confirm those rumours?

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Last week we reported about the progress of Apple music streaming service, iRadio, being delayed because of pricing issues between record labels and Apple. It was reported that Apple was willing to pay a mere 6 cents per 100 songs to the record labels as compared to the industry standards of 21 cents per 100 songs. Even reputed services like Pandora and Spotify pay as high as 31 cents per 100 songs currently which is way higher than what Apple has been offering to the record labels to sign a contractual agreement. Apple’s main reasoning was its advantage over rivals of having millions of users already using iTunes and iOS platforms who will also migrate to its music streaming service when launched. But a report that emerged on Tuesday claims that Apple has almost done a deal with two major record labels that would accelerate its launch plan for iRadio service.


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AppleInsider reprots of three different patents filed by Apple that aim at improving the accuracy of pedometer implementation using current devices or any device supporting a gyroscope and accelerometer. Apple’s patent suggest it being keen on creating a dedicated health accessory or to implement it in their current mobile devices itself. Accessories like FitBit, Nike Fuel Band, Jawbone Up and Samsung’s recently showcased watch all aim at helping user track their daily calorie burning and help them in gamifying their daily target for burning calories. Currently Apple provides APIs for users to track a users motion so that it can be implemented in their mobile applications (eg: Nike +) but there seems to be no advanced way of having a better accuracy.

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More rumours pour in about Apple’s fingerprint technology that might be included in the next version of iPhone, Apple iPhone 5S. Analyst Brian White of Topeka Capital believes to have gathered enough information in his recent trip to China and Taiwan where he had meetings with component suppliers as details given by AppleInsider. Apple might use the fingerprint scanner for enabling better security for device operation and payment operations that might replace credit cards. Having better security will also help Apple to extent its enterprise market penetration that considers device security on all aspects to be an important aspect.


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The Wall Street Journal reported that its sources close to the iPhone production confirmed that iPhone 5S, Apple next generation iPhone, will be produced this quarter itself for a possible summer launch of the iPhone which might be right at this year’s WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) that might be scheduled for June 2013. Apart form that Apple is supposedly working with many manufacturing partners in Asia to work out its plans for the much rumoured low cost iPhone that might be launched in second half of the year, possibly in August 2013. The low cost iPhone will differ a bit in configuration and built material as per rumours.

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