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  • New iOS 10.1.1 update now available, and some iOS 10.2 sneak peek

    New iOS 10.1.1 update now available, and some iOS 10.2 sneak peek

    Hey Apple users, just in case you didn't know, iOS 10.1.1 has been released by the company. The update contains bug fixes for missing Health data that couldn't be viewed for some users, all iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models that are compatible with iOS 10 can download the update over-the-air.

  • Sharp unveils corner-to-corner curved and bezel-less display

    Sharp unveils corner-to-corner curved and bezel-less display

    While the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 shows what curved displays can be like to own, we are still plagued with the limitation of smartphones – both phones still have bezels around the display, albeit a very tiny one. Sharp, one of the premier manufacturers of displays, has reveal a display that is without bezels, and spans from corner to corner.

  • Rumours: Apple A10X appears, beating the recently released A10 to bits

    Rumours: Apple A10X appears, beating the recently released A10 to bits

    The recently launched Apple iPhone 7 and Apple iPhone 7 Plus comes with Apple’s new Fusion A10 processor – with its two high-powered and two –low-powered cores running to keep the phone in optimum condition. However a new report has just been shared online that a new processor is on its way from Apple, and it is expected to be used in their Apple iPad Pro products.

  • Apple iOS 10 first impression hands-on

    Apple iOS 10 first impression hands-on

    While we Malaysians are still waiting for the arrival of the Apple iPhone 7 series, Apple has decided to drop their latest iOS 10 globally yesterday morning. iOS 10 is indeed a huge upgrade as there were no less than 5 changes according to their changelog. Without further ado, here's our first impression hands-on on the latest iOS (also, I'm an iPhone 5 user, so some extra features will be missing here).

  • Mario is heading to the iOS

    Mario is heading to the iOS

    Nintendo has long been a stranger in the mobile gaming space, even though their games are generally suited to be played on small screens such as on smartphones. Not anymore – during the launch of the iPhone 7 event, Nintendo announced that Super Mario Run will be heading to iOS.

  • Android now has more than 85% market share worldwide

    Android now has more than 85% market share worldwide

    You know Android is the king of smartphone when you get numbers like this – a report online shared that the OS from Google is currently holding about 86.2% of the world smartphone market share for the first half of 2016. Trailing way behind is iOS with under 12%.  

  • The Washington Post interviews Apple CEO about augmented reality and others

    The Washington Post interviews Apple CEO about augmented reality and others

    During the weekend, The Washington Post took an opportunity to have an interview with Apple CEO, Tim Cook about his fifth year in that position, as well as the future of the company's work on augmented reality products. Here are some thoughts from Tim Cook, from a series of question by The Washington Post:

  • Rumour: Apple has patented a stylus that is also a wireless air mouse

    Rumour: Apple has patented a stylus that is also a wireless air mouse

    The Apple Pencil is currently an iPad Pro-only device, so the desktop Apple products can’t take advantage of the flexibility and creative options that is available with the Pencil. Now however we may just see something for the desktop in the near future, as Apple as just patented a Pencil-like device, but for the desktop.

     

  • Apple has sold over one billion iPhones around the world

    Apple has sold over one billion iPhones around the world

    While the Android marketshare continues to rise – Apple with their iOS ecosystem (iPhone and iPad) devices has been there all along as a great counterbalance to the market. They have just recently reached a milestone – they have sold over one billion iPhone devices as of today.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook said Apple is investing in augmented reality after the success of Pokémon Go

    Apple CEO Tim Cook said Apple is investing in augmented reality after the success of Pokémon Go

    A few hours ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook has told investors that Apple is interested in investing augmented reality (AR) and they have already been in developing and is "high on AR in the long run". This happened after he was asked about his thoughts on Pokémon Go that has stormed the world as the most downloaded app in history.