Google might be done making tablets but it looks like Microsoft is not going to give up on tablets anytime soon. The company has been reportedly working on a dual-screen foldable Surface tablet for at least a few months now.
Apple has reportedly canceled a £17 million contract with British technology company Nanoco. The Manchester-based company specializes in “quantum dot” technology.
Luca Todesco, a renowned developer in the jailbreaking scene, took to Twitter to tease a tfp0 exploit for iOS 13 beta 2. A tfp0 exploit is a kernel task port which forms the base of an iOS jailbreak as it allows developers to write to the kernel memory.
Apple today released three new iPhone ads on its YouTube channel in Australia which highlight iMessage encryption, App Store privacy, and iPhone recycling. All the three ads are around 15 seconds in length.
Dreams do come true. Well, at least if wildest imagination is limited to download large files on your iPhone or iPad using Safari. Well, in iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 you can actually do that. Safari now has a built-in download manager where it lets you download files straight to the local storage (or iCloud Drive). Here’s how you can use this feature to download files in Safari on iOS 13 and iPadOS 13.
Apple today released a new ‘Shot on iPhone XS’ video under the Experiments series. The original Experiments video showed various water, sound, and light slow-mo effects, while for the second video titled Full Circle, Apple used 32 iPhone XRs mounted on a bullet time right to capture a 360-degree view of fire, dry ice, etc. Apple has now released the third video in the Experiments series titled “Cascade.”
A report from CNBC highlights and details Apple’s growing App Store review team, their workflow, increasing workload, and more.
Is Netflix eating up most of your time and killing your productivity? Well, the company is now testing out a picture-in-picture/pop-out mode that will let you binge Netflix while working on other apps. The pop-out player is currently being tested for desktop. Interestingly the picture above shows the pop-out player running on Mac via Google Chrome.