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Apple Served Mac (Pro) And Cheese at WWDC 2019

It took Apple six years, but it’s finally here – a modular Mac Pro that strikes the perfect balance between towers of yore and maligned “trash can.” At the annual developers’ conference on June 3rd, 2019, Apple announced the insanely powerful new Mac Pro.

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Instagram Got a Makeover! Did You Notice?

If you’ve spent any time binging on Instagram Stories over the last year, you would have probably noticed a trend. Apart from your increasing influx of pictures and videos, the Instagram app on your iPhone must be showing a lot more of polls, quizzes, text updates, and AMA-style question and answer sessions. That’s right. For those of you who were too ignorant to see, with a heavy heart, I say that Instagram Stories are moving beyond their photographic roots. And the latest Facebook F8 developers’ conference proves it.

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apple paintbrush

Attention Artists: An Apple Paint Brush Might Be in the Works!

For all those of you who think of the Apple pencil as an extension of your hands, Apple might have something amazing in the works for you- an Apple Paintbrush. Yup, Apple just recently received a patent for a “stylus with multiple inputs.” Sounds complex, right? Well, if your answer to that was a ‘no,’ congratulations, genius, cause stuff’s about to get a lot more jargon-y.

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Apple e-waste

Apple Devices and Other e-Products Held by Central Pollution Control Board of India

Recently, the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB), India took a significant step to reduce e-waste. It issued a command to seize electronics imported on ten permits that were withdrawn from use. As a result, the customs department held products worth approx. 5,000 crore ($723 million). It included various Apple devices and also products from other brands like Samsung, Vivo, HP, and others.

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Tim Cook Talks About iPhone Price Reduction in India


On May 1, Tim Cook presented a report on Apple’s earning in the second quarter of the current fiscal year. The total revenue was $58 billion (a year-on-year decline of 5%). Though the sales of iPhone and Macs dropped significantly, iPads saw a record growth with revenue up 22%. Even the services revenue touched $11.5 billion. All in all, this quarter wasn’t as bad as anaysts feared.

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