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Microsoft wants to help Mac users switch to Surface Book

Microsoft officially announced its Surface Book laptop earlier this month, featuring Intel’s Skylake processors and a custom Nvidia GPU. At the time, Microsoft compared its new offering to the Macbook Pro and now, it is targeting Apple users once again with the launch of a site aimed at helping OS …

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Apple sued over WiFi Assist iOS feature

A few Apple customers were pretty annoyed when they discovered the WiFi Assist feature within iOS 9. The feature comes switched on by default and switches out your WiFi signal with 3G or 4G when it gets too weak. As a result of this happening, some customers found themselves using …

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HTC hits back at claims it copied the iPhone 6 design

The newly revealed HTC One A9 smartphone has faced some criticism recently thanks to its design. Many sites have branded it as a copy of the iPhone 6 and now, HTC has finally responded to those claims, hitting back by saying that actually, it was Apple that copied HTC’s design …

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Apple is taking in app submissions for new Apple TV

The Apple TV was announced all of the way back in September, though the set top box isn’t shipping until November. Given how early the announcement was, some developers may have already figured out how to get their iOS media apps working on the newly announced tvOS, which is a …

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Apple to use AMD Zen SoCs for future iMacs?

Apple has been working pretty closely with AMD over the last couple of years. You can find AMD’s Fire Pro graphics cards in the Mac Pro, you can also find Radeon graphics chips in some of the new iMacs and now it seems that Apple may tap AMD again, this time …

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Apparently Intel wants to get its LTE chip in to the iPhone 7

Apple is preparing for next year’s iPhone 7 right now, with rumours suggesting that TSMC may be taking over from Samsung and supplying all of the A10 processors for the device. Now, we are also hearing that Intel is apparently working hard to beat Qualcomm for Apple’s business this year …

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Apple launches program to fix Macbook Pros with stained screens

Apple is planning to launch a new Macbook Pro quality assurance program, in order to fix Macbook Pro displays with dodgy anti-reflective coating. A few Macbook Pro models out there have had this issue, where the anti-reflective coating wears away and marks the screen due to pressure from cleaning, the …

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Apple downplays iPhone 6s A9 chip power draw concerns

Yesterday news spread that one version of the iPhone 6s seemingly greatly outperforms the other. The A9 chip inside of the new iPhone could be manufactured by either TSMC or Samsung, with the former’s version expanding battery life by as much as 20 per cent. This news has since reached …

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The 21.5-inch 4K iMac will apparently launch next week

Last year, Apple surprised us all with the launch of the 5K iMac all in one machine, featuring a custom built display timer in order to get such a monstrous resolution running smoothly with OS X. However, Apple’s 21.5-inch models have gone quite a while without a display upgrade, with …

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Apple iPhone 6S Plus costs $236 to manufacture – Teardown

Apple iPhone 6S Plus costs the company about $236 to manufacture, a new teardown analysis has revealed. The new smartphone from Apple is $16 more expensive than its predecessor because the developer implemented several new functions, added more advanced components and used higher quality materials, according to IHS. “3D Touch …

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Apple’s OS X El Capitan will release today

Apple’s latest version of OS X is launching later on today as a free update for Mac users. El Capitan was announced earlier this year and has been going through an open beta ever since, while earlier this month Apple released its close to final version of the OS for …

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Apple is reinventing the headphone jack

Apple is once again attempting to reinvent connectors for its devices. The company has a long history with proprietary connectors, we have seen the 30-pin dock connector on older iPhones and iPods, we have seen the Lightning connector and now, Apple is trying its hand at reinventing the headphone jack. …

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Apple wants its electric car to be ready by 2019

Apparently Apple is ramping up its efforts to create its own electric car. The company has been rumoured to be working on its own car for a while now and the latest stirrings seem to point towards Apple dedicating employees and resources to the project in order to have it …

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Foxconn reportedly plans to acquire Sharp’s LCD business

Foxconn Electronics, the world’s largest contract maker of electronics, is reportedly mulling to acquire LCD business from Sharp Corp. The company may even team up with Apple in order to take over Sharp’s display business. The move could help Foxconn to expand its business, whereas Apple will guarantee stable supply …

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Apple’s Watch OS 2 is now available for download

Last week, a bug was discovered with Apple’s Watch OS 2, just two hours before it was set to be put out for users to download and installed. As a result, the update was delayed, though at the time, Apple had yet to announce a new launch date. Now, Watch …

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Over half of iPhones and iPads have upgraded to iOS 9

It seems that iOS 9 has picked up plenty of steam, with over half of iPhones and iPads having updated already. Apparently this is the fastest adoption rate Apple has ever seen for its mobile operating system, which had its latest update just last week on the 16th of September. …

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