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  1. Lucian Hodoboc

    Facebook notifications problem

    Hello For the past week or so, I have noticed a problem with the Facebook notifications (I'm not sure if it is related to the latest iOS version because I cannot pinpoint the moment when it starter occurring). The Facebook app no longer displays any notifications from the previous days. It only...
  2. Maura

    Apple Maps to Undergo Complete Redesign “From the Ground Up”

    Apple has today announced that it is in the process of completely rebuilding Apple Maps, writes TechCrunch. The new version has been built using first-party data obtained from iPhones and also from Apple’s own special fleet of cars that have been kitted out with sensors and cameras. The new...
  3. Maura

    LG Display Becomes Apple’s Second OLED Display Supplier

    Bloomberg reports that it looks as though LG Display has finally been successful in its bid to become Apple’s second supplier of OLED displays for the iPhone X, joining Samsung, which was, until this point, Apple’s sole supplier of OLED displays for iPhone X Bloomberg says that there were two...
  4. Maura

    Apple Announces MacBook and MacBook Pro Keyboard Service Program for Faulty Keyboards

    AppleInsider reports that on Friday Apple announced a special program for a “small percentage” of 2015, 2016, and 2017 MacBook and MacBook Pro models that have been widely reported as having keyboard problems. Basically, this is every MacBook and MacBook Pro with Apple’s own butterfly key...
  5. Maura

    Apple Set to Launch High-End AirPods, Over-Ear Headphones and a New HomePod in 2019

    According to an exclusive new report from Bloomberg, Apple is set to launch several new audio products next year, including new high-end AirPods, a new HomePod, and studio-quality over-ear headphones. Bloomberg’s sources say that Apple intends to update the AirPods range with noise-cancellation...
  6. Maura

    Westworld Out Today on iOS

    Fans of the massively popular HBO TV series Westworld will be excited to hear today that the official game based on the show is now available to download from the App Store, thanks to Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment. Produced by WB Games San Francisco in collaboration with Kilter Films...
  7. Maura

    Fortnite on iOS Has Already Made $100 Million

    MacRumors reports today that according to new data from app analytics firm Sensor Tower, the iOS version of Epic Games’ worldwide video game phenomenon, Fortnite, has already earned $100 million in just 90 days since it was released. This makes Fortnite the second-fastest app ever to reach the...
  8. Maura

    iPhone X Plus Predicted to be the Most Popular New Model

    9to5 Mac reports today that according to supply chain sources who have been speaking to The Bell in Korea, Apple’s forthcoming iPhone X Plus, the largest of the three new models that Apple is expected to launch later this year, is set to be the most popular of the three. The larger version of...
  9. Maura

    iOS 12 Will Securely Share Your Location With 911 in an Emergency

    Apple has today announced that iOS 12 will have a new feature designed to enable people in emergency situations to get help as quickly as possible, whereby the location data of anyone in the US who calls 911will, automatically and securely, be shared with first responders. This should reduce...
  10. Maura

    Apple’s Got World Cup Fever

    The soccer World Cup kicked off today in Russia, and millions of people all over the world will be watching the month-long tournament and also looking for ways to keep informed about all aspects of the tournament both on the go and at home. MacRumors reports that Apple has outlined some of the...
  11. Maura

    2018 iPhone Line-Up Set to Have Even More Powerful Charging Capabilities

    AppleInsider reports today that according to a new research note from Jun Zhang of Rosenbatt Securities, Apple is set to upgrade the charging circuitry in the 2018 iPhone line-up from 5V 2A to 9V 2A and 5V 3A. Zhang says that Apple wants to do this in order to “support more applications, provide...
  12. Maura

    Apple Books In-Depth Preview

    Apple has today posted an in-depth preview of the all-new Apple Books app that was announced during the Worldwide Developers Conference keynote event last Monday. The new app replaces iBooks and has been totally redesigned to make discovering and reading/listening to books/audiobooks even more...
  13. Maura

    The Elder Scrolls: Blades Coming to iOS in Fall 2018

    Bethesda Softworks has announced at this year’s E3 event in Los Angeles, California, that a new game, The Elder Scrolls: Blades, will be coming to iOS this fall. Developed by Bethesda Game Studios, award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout Shelter, The Elder Scrolls...
  14. Maura

    Lost iPhone X Goes on Fantastic River Journey

    It’s been a while since we had a good iPhone endurance story, so it’s great to see that 9to5 Mac has a really heartwarming one today about an iPhone X that went on a fascinating and mysterious river journey and lived to tell the tale, before being reunited with its delighted owner! The phone in...
  15. Maura

    Snapchat Now Lets You Delete Messages Even After Sending

    If you’ve always wanted the ability to delete your Snapchat messages after you’ve sent them, well now you can, as MacRumors reports that Snapchat has today launched a new feature called “Clear Chats” that lets you do just that, in both group and individual chat. The Clear Chats function...
  16. Maura

    Apple Said to be “Cautious” About 2018 iPhone Component Orders

    According to a new report from Nikkei, via MacRumors, Apple is taking a “cautious approach” with 2018 iPhone component pre-orders, and has therefore asked for its suppliers to manufacture “around 20% fewer” components for its new iPhones. Nikkei says that according to its four sources in...
  17. Maura

    macOS Mojave In-Depth Preview

    Apple announced macOS Mojave during the keynote address on the first day of its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California on Monday. The major update includes new features such as Dark Mode, new Mac apps, new features such as Stacks, and a totally revamped Mac App Store...
  18. Maura

    WatchOS 5 In-Depth Preview

    Apple announced watchOS 5 during yesterday’s WWDC in San Jose, including lots of new activity and connectivity features, such as Activity Sharing competitions, auto-workout detection, advanced running features, Walkie-Talkie, Apple Podcasts and third-party apps on the Siri watch face. First up...
  19. Maura

    iOS 12 In-Depth Preview

    Yesterday Apple announced iOS 12 during its Worldwide Developer’s Conference keynote event in San Francisco, California, complete with lots of exciting, fun, and, in some cases, very useful new features. Generally speaking, Apple has designed iOS 12 to be faster and more responsive when it...
  20. Maura

    Apple Announces iOS 12, macOS Mojave, and watchOS 5 at WWDC Today

    As expected, Apple has today announced iOS 12, macOS Mojave, and watchOS 5 at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, California. While there had been rumours of some hardware announcements also today, when Apple CEO Tim Cook took to the stage at the McEnery Convention Center to...
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