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Bluetooth 5

Next Gen Bluetooth 5 is Coming to Apple Devices

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (BSIG) is an international corporation that develops and propagates the world’s most famous near-field, short-range networking standard; better  known to us as Bluetooth! Recently, the BSIG announced the latest version of their technology — Bluetooth 5. Read more

Apple Maps

This Cool iOS 10 Feature Remembers Where You Parked Your Car

Remember that time when you went to the mall, watched a nice movie, dined out at a great restaurant and had the entire evening ruined because you couldn’t locate your car when you came back to the parking lot. Was it basement 1 or basement 2? Did you park it towards the front or the back? What was the pillar number? Are you even in the right mall? Read more

iPhone 7 Concept

iPhone 7 Might Not Have a Physical Home Button

The rumour mills are working overtime. They’ve pretty much worn themselves out perpetuating all these ‘theories’ about the features we might get to see in the upcoming iPhone 7. These speculations (if you can call them that) range from a hundred percent possible to a hundred percent fantasy. Here’s one that falls somewhere in between. Read more

Slide to unlock

Slide to Unlock is Gone Forever!

Apple has decided to get rid of the iPhone Slide to Unlock feature!

There really wasn’t a better way to ease you into the news, so I decided to skip the introduction and come straight to the point. Read more

dual SIM iPhone

Want a Dual SIM iPhone? Your Wish Just Might Come True!

Now that the WWDC is over, we know what iOS 10 is going to look like. Very soon, the next biggest topic of conversation will be about the device running iOS 10. We are talking about the iPhone 7, of course. What’s it going to look like? How sleek will it be? What wizardry of modern technology will it have? These are just some of the points that are going to catch our fancy in the coming months. Read more

WWDC 2016

Here’s Everything Apple Announced at WWDC

Woah! That was one jam packed event!

Gone are the days when WWDC keynote used to be a nerdy OS X event. This year we got not one, not two, but four OS releases! No wonder it took Tim Cook & team two hours to run through all the updates. Read more