Varun Bhatia

All-Tech Fanboy. Digital Marketing Professional. Former Copywriter.
iTunes

How to Get Rid of Duplicate Songs in Your iTunes Library

iTunes is an incredible music manager, and it has become much faster, cleaner, and even more interesting to use in the recent years. But if you have a massive iTunes library which has been existing for over a decade, it’s bound to have a few duplicates. And while you are listening to your library, the duplicates often keep on repeating, which can get quite bothersome. Read more

AirDrop

Unleash the Power of AirDrop by Adding it to Your Mac’s Dock

Most people who need to share files from their iPhone or iPad to Mac or vice versa have heard of AirDrop, an application for transferring files to nearby devices. It is one of the easiest and quickest ways to transfer files between macOS and iOS devices. As long as both the devices have WiFi and Bluetooth turned on, it can be used to share images, videos, documents, and other files. Read more

The Wait is Over! Apple’s Wireless Keyboard and Magic Mouse Now Available in Space Gray

Apple held its educational ‘field trip’ event in Chicago on Tuesday. And along with the star of the show, new iPad with Apple Pencil support, a range of new software features were also announced along with some exciting updates. Some of which include the updated the iWork for iOS increased free iCloud Storage for students, updates for Clip and GarageBand on the new iOS with educational features. Cook and the crew also announced ‘Classroom’ and ‘SchoolWork’ Applications for Educators. Read more

MacBook Keyboards

A Sneak Peek into the MacBook Keyboards of the Future

While Keyboards are important, speech-to-text technology has come a long way since its inception. Although there always will be value in writing one letter after another, reports about Apple’s new keyboard technology continues to push the boundaries of text input. Driven by the controversial innovations of the latest generation of MacBook keyboards, Apple’s current technology directions imply where the company might be innovating in the future when it comes to text. Read more

Refurbished iPhones

Apple Has a Secret Weapon to Beat the Cheap Android Phones

Refurbished high-quality iPhones are Apple’s secret weapons that are rapidly rising in the international market instead of the super cheap Android phones. Available at an extra budget cost, the worldwide market for refurbished smartphones grew by 13 percent over the last year. This is in stark contrast to the bigger marketplace for new smartphones, which grew by barely three percent throughout the 12 months. Read more

New iPhone concept

There’s Already a High Demand for the Next iPhone. Because, Why Not?

A new poll recently revealed an interesting detail, which says that out of the lot of the current iPhone users, nearly a quarter of them are already planning on buying Apple’s next smartphone, even before knowing what features it will entail. A survey of hundreds of Americans about their plans to upgrade to the next iPhone revealed that 22 percent of them intend to take the leap. This is just slightly less than the upgrade demand in 2017, but almost 50 percent more than in 2016. Read more

Apple In India

What Is Apple Doing Wrong In India

India, the world’s fastest growing economy, with a GDP of around 7%, is being courted by Apple, the world’s most valuable company. The undoubted presence of growth opportunities in India is dispersed over an obstacle course of impervious rules, inconsistent regulations and deeply seated corruption. Read more