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  • Rumours: Xiaomi Mi Laptop to feature Intel Core i7 processor

    Rumours: Xiaomi Mi Laptop to feature Intel Core i7 processor

    July 27 seems to be a date to look out for, especially for Mi fans. One of the devices that will be launched is apparently the Mi Laptop, and we have leaked specs of the upcoming machine from Xiaomi.

  • The dilemma of Apple's 3.5mm headphone jack 'removal'

    The dilemma of Apple's 3.5mm headphone jack 'removal'

    Whether you like it or not, it seems inevitable that Apple is going to remove the 3.5mm headphone jack even though it's just a rumour and a popular one. If this really happens, Apple's decision will change the headphone market. In fact, some companies have already designed their own Lightning-connected headphones in anticipation, it could cost a lot too since Lightning adapters aren't common.

  • iOS 10's Photos app upgrade and features video by Macrumors.com

    iOS 10's Photos app upgrade and features video by Macrumors.com

    With iOS 10 coming soon, Macrumors.com has released a video about the new upgrade and features in the Photos app. As you may know, Siri intelligence is part of the update and it has learned some techniques on advanced facial and object recognition algorithms.

  • Apple changes Mac operating system name to macOS with new features coming soon

    Apple changes Mac operating system name to macOS with new features coming soon

    During the WWDC 2016, Apple has unveiled the next successor to its current Mac operating system the OS X 10.11 El Capitan - the macOS Sierra. Sierra promises new window tab support across multiple apps, copy and paste between devices, Siri integration, and more. It's also noted that macOS is a new naming structure so that it's consistent with the rest of the software platforms like iOS, watchOS and tvOS. Anyway, here's what we found out about Sierra.

  • Top 10 iOS 10 updates and features from Apple WWDC 2016

    Top 10 iOS 10 updates and features from Apple WWDC 2016

    So WWDC 2016 has kicked off, and oh boy, Apple has a lot of announcements today especially with iOS 10. In this article, we have gathered the top 10 major iOS updates and features in no particular order, read below to find out more!

  • Rumours: Potential iOS 10 features to be revealed at Apple WWDC 2016

    Rumours: Potential iOS 10 features to be revealed at Apple WWDC 2016

    In just a few more hours, Apple WWDC 2016 will soon go live and iOS 10 is expected to be showcased. There is little information about the new upgrade, but there are several rumours surrounding it and here is what we can find.

  • Smartphone sales increases in Q12016 by 3.9%

    Smartphone sales increases in Q12016 by 3.9%

    With the global economy doom and gloom that is permeating the world right now, one would expect the consumer electronics market will suffer. No, not really. Smartphone sales are actually up by 3.9% when compared to the same time last year, according to Gartner.  

  • Japan earthquakes will impact smartphones and camera makers worldwide

    Japan earthquakes will impact smartphones and camera makers worldwide

    The recent Japan earthquake may impact smartphone manufacturers as Sony's imaging sensor production facility was involved in the earthquake.

  • Rumours: A leaked picture of Apple earbuds with a lightning connector

    Rumours: A leaked picture of Apple earbuds with a lightning connector

    If you remember one post we did back last year, there was a rumour going around about Apple ditching the 3.5mm headphone jack for a lightning port setup. Since there was no pictures as evidence, it was easy to put it off as pure rumours, until this leaked image came along from Weibo. 

  • Apple Patents Flexible Batteries

    Apple Patents Flexible Batteries

    Apple really makes all kinds of patents, but some just seem to fit with what they're doing at the time like this patent describing a design for flexible batteries. The patent itself was filed in December 2011 but it covers the design of a flexible battery pack which allows the battery to be shaped to fit a form factor of an electronic device. Apart from being perfectly suited for Apple's upcoming iWatch, the isolated cell design allows it to be more reliable in that in case one of the cells fail the other cells will not fail together. While it seems to fit with the iWatch, this flexible battery design could just as well be used in any of Apple's other devices.