In their recent I/O, Google announced that their virtual assistant (or Google Assistant, as it is known) is finally coming to iOS. Now that Siri and its biggest competition are on the same platform, we wonder, which of them is going to come on top. Read more
After years of battling each other, Apple and Amazon have finally come to a resolution, and we will finally get Amazon Prime Video on Apple TV. Read more
When Steve Jobs returned to Apple after his exile, the company had way too many products and no fixed policy of naming them. Jobs wanted to bring sense into their nomenclature; so he set out to rename all the products. Read more
In just a couple of months, at WWDC, Apple will announce iOS 11 and macOS 10.13. These software updates will bring many new features to the iPhone and MacBook operating systems. However, along with the improvements, there are bound to be a few bugs that will dampen the upgrade experience. It’s pretty much a package deal.
Scanning through Apple news all day is a perk of my job. Most of the articles I read talk about rumoured Apple products or some happening at the company. But at times, something comes up that makes me rethink my understanding of Apple. I came across one such post on the blog called Above Avalon.
Back in September Tim Cook kicked off the iPhone 7 keynote event with a surprise announcement that our beloved Mario was making his way to iOS devices. Understandably, the whole auditorium erupted in delight. It a such an amazing feeling! Mario on the iPhone!!
In their latest betas for iOS 10.3 and MacOS Sierra, Apple has started encouraging users to eTwo-FactorFactor Authentication on their devices. While this might come across as a pushy move at first, we strongly agree with Apple on this and feel that you should definitely act on this advice. Read more
Elon Musk has been widely hailed as the next Steve Jobs, and given how his company Tesla is performing, it’s all set to become the next Apple! Read more
Listen up, people! You’ve been Apple’s primary customer for a very long time, but your days of hogging all the attention are over. Initially, Apple wanted to make gadgets that helped ordinary people, but of late, their ‘ideal customer’ tag seems to have gone to another group — the corporations! Read more
Apple’s new range of MacBook Pro got all the updates we’d expected — they are faster, thinner, and lighter; the screens are sharper, the batteries last longer, and the trackpad is bigger. They’ve also got a feature we’d anticipated — the OLED Touch Bar and integrated Touch ID sensor. Read more