• Apple Pencil Hover

    Apple Pencil Hover Function Receives Exciting New Update in iPadOS 16.4

    Apple has released the latest version of iPadOS, and it includes some exciting updates for artists and creators. iPadOS 16.4 introduces new functionality to the Apple Pencil hover function, adding tilt and azimuth support. This updated hover feature is designed to make the iPad even more useful for drawing, allowing artists to view a mark…

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  • Spatial Audio

    Sonos Updates app with Support for Apple Music Spatial Audio Playback

    Sonos has just rolled out an update to its iPhone and iPad app, introducing support for Apple Music spatial audio playback on compatible Sonos speakers and sound bars. The move means that music lovers can now enjoy a 360-degree listening experience that simulates surround sound. The new update to the Sonos app brings support for…

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  • Apple Pay Later

    Apple Pay Later Launches in the US, Offering Interest-Free Installment Payments

    Apple has finally launched its Apple Pay Later service in the US, a payment system that allows users to pay for their purchases in four interest-free installments. The service was originally announced in mid-2022 but faced multiple delays. Now, Apple has announced that it is introducing the service in a limited way, with select users…

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  • iPhones

    Apple Releases iOS 15.7.4 and iPadOS 15.7.4 with Crucial Security Updates for Older Devices

    Apple has released iOS 15.7.4 and iPadOS 15.7.4, alongside the iOS 16.4 and iPadOS 16.4 updates. While the latest software is available for newer devices, these updates are designed for older devices that cannot be upgraded to the latest software. If you own an older iPhone or iPad, it’s important to download the software as…

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  • iPad Pros

    iPadOS 16.4 Update Is Now Available

    Apple has just released the latest version of its operating system designed specifically for iPads, iPadOS 16.4. While this update doesn’t bring any major new features, it does offer a handful of smaller updates and tweaks that enhance the overall user experience. One of the most notable additions is the inclusion of several new shortcuts,…

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  • OpenAI and Microsoft

    Microsoft’s Bing Search Engine and Edge Browser Bring Written and Visual Content Together

    Microsoft has taken another significant step in its plan to enhance its Bing search engine and Edge browser with the latest advancements in artificial intelligence. The tech giant has launched Bing Image Creator, which is powered by an advanced version of OpenAI’s DALL·E and is now available on iOS/Android and desktop. This new feature will…

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  • Apple Pay

    Apple Pay Launches in South Korea After Years-Long Wait

    After a long wait, Apple Pay has finally launched in South Korea, allowing users in the country to make contactless payments using their iPhones or Apple Watches. Apple has been working to bring the payment system to South Korea since 2017, but was unable to be registered as an electronic financial business operator due to…

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  • HomePod mini

    Apple Delays HomePod With Screen Until 2024 Amid Cost-Cutting Measures

    Apple’s plan to release its first HomePod with a screen has been pushed back to 2024 at the earliest, according to a recent Power On newsletter by Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman. The delay is part of a series of cost-cutting measures and belt-tightening efforts aimed at making Apple’s operations more efficient and maintaining an appearance…

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  • Accessory Developer Assistant

    Apple Quietly Launches New App Store app for Accessory Makers

    Apple has quietly added a new app to its App Store called the “Accessory Developer Assistant”. While not publicly listed in the App Store, the app is available via a direct link and is intended for accessory makers looking to “test and verify” their new products’ compatibility with Apple devices. The app comes with a…

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  • Foldable iPhone Concept

    New Patent Application Reveals Apple’s Solution to Protect Foldable Screens

    Apple has been working on a solution to make its foldable devices, such as iPhones or iPads, less susceptible to damage when dropped. A recently revealed patent application, called “Self-Retracting Display Device and Techniques for Protecting Screen Using Drop Detection”, describes ways in which the company plans to protect these types of devices. Foldable devices…

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