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  • Apple could start the production of AirPods with Infrared cameras by 2026

    Apple could start the production of AirPods with Infrared cameras by 2026

    Ming-Chi Kuo, a popular Apple analyst, has now come up with a new prediction, aiming for Apple to start production of AirPods with a built-in camera by 2026. Rumours about AirPods with cameras have been heard for months, and this new prediction seems to be in line with them.

  • Apple Intelligence may not be launched in Europe because it violates the law

    Apple Intelligence may not be launched in Europe because it violates the law

    Apple reported that its artificial intelligence (AI) technology, Apple Intelligence, may not be launched in European Union (EU) countries this year. The tech company says the EU's Digital Markets Act (DMA) places strict constraints on all online platforms and prevents anti-competitive behaviour among tech companies. So, what should you know about it?

  • Final Cut Camera for iOS is now available in the Apple App Store

    Final Cut Camera for iOS is now available in the Apple App Store

    If you're into mobile videography, you likely know that any editing process has to be done on a PC. There are some video editing apps out there, but they are either bad or paid apps. Well, iPhone users might not have to worry about that now with a newly released iOS app.

  • The iOS 18 could feature a smarter and more “controlling” Siri

    The iOS 18 could feature a smarter and more “controlling” Siri

    Siri is the first virtual assistant that provides smartphone control features using voice. When it was launched 12 years ago, it was an innovative product that caused Google Assistant and Samsung Bixby to be developed as competitors. But now it must be admitted that Siri's ability is behind Google Assistant, Bixby and Alexa. That said, what should you know about it?

  • Android to roll out features like Text Message Editing, Instant Hotspot and more

    Android to roll out features like Text Message Editing, Instant Hotspot and more

    Google has given several new updates to the Android operating system that activate interesting features. First of all, is the feature of editing messages sent through Messages. Messages that have been sent can be edited by users as long as they are still within 15 minutes. This feature can be used because Messages uses the RCS protocol.

  • The Apple iPhone 16 Pro is now clear for mass production and could feature the narrowest frame yet

    The Apple iPhone 16 Pro is now clear for mass production and could feature the narrowest frame yet

    According to the latest news, Samsung Display and LG Display have been approved to mass-produce OLED screens for the upcoming iPhone 16 Pro. This approval marks that the iPhone 16 Pro is about to enter the production preparation stage, bringing more advanced display technology and design to consumers.

  • You might be able to change the colour of your Chat bubble on WhatsApp soon

    You might be able to change the colour of your Chat bubble on WhatsApp soon

    WhatsApp is developing a theme customisation feature for the messaging app that will allow you to choose a wallpaper and five new colour options for chat bubbles. Interestingly, WABetaInfo discovered this feature in WhatsApp iOS beta version v24.11.10.70 and claims that similar changes will also appear on Android. That said, what should you know about it?

  • Old but still Gold: 6 older flagships in Malaysia with superb battery life

    Old but still Gold: 6 older flagships in Malaysia with superb battery life

    If you happen to be on the lookout for older flagships in Malaysia that can last throughout your busy day and then some, you have come to the right place.

    Featuring former flagships with larger-than-usual batteries for their time, do read on for our "Old but still Gold" smartphones with superb battery life.

  • Android and iOS users can now access ChatGPT features without an account after download

    Android and iOS users can now access ChatGPT features without an account after download

    ChatGPT, a chatbot from OpenAI has significantly changed the way people search and view search engines by providing a digital assistant at their fingertips. Currently, users need to sign in with an email, Google or Apple account to use ChatGPT on iOS, but this requirement may be lifted soon, allowing mobile users to access the AI assistant without an account.

  • Google Wallet: You can now add documents and tickets from your gallery

    Google Wallet: You can now add documents and tickets from your gallery

    Mobile wallets have become a cornerstone of modern convenience, allowing users to store not only their credit cards but also car insurance cards. It also includes event tickets and even a digital version of a driver's license or government ID in some countries. That said, what should you know about it?