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  • A new N95 Surgical Mask that unlocks your phone with your face printed on it will cost RM160!

    A new N95 Surgical Mask that unlocks your phone with your face printed on it will cost RM160!

    The face mask is now essential to everybody due to the Coronavirus outbreak. This has made it hard to unlock our phones using Apple or Android face ID by removing the mask every time. To solve that,  a company has decided to solve this issue by developing N95 masks that can unlock your phones!

  • Supply of Apple iPhones constrained because of coronavirus outbreak, revenue expected to drop

    Supply of Apple iPhones constrained because of coronavirus outbreak, revenue expected to drop

    The outbreak of the coronavirus continues to affect many, with Apple now warning that global supply for iPhones will be in shortage. Apple has pledged to aid public health efforts by doubling its donations but with the issues faced, the company expects the shortage to affect its global revenue.

  • Apple wants to use 5G antennas designed in-house for its 5G iPhone

    Apple wants to use 5G antennas designed in-house for its 5G iPhone

    Before the calendar hit 2020, it was already obvious enough that this would be the year of 5G devices. A lot of companies source from other manufacturers for 5G antennas for smartphones, but it seems that Apple doesn't intend to do this and will be looking to design its own antennas for its 5G iPhones this year.

  • Apple has begun offering iPhone repairs at your location in selected cities

    Apple has begun offering iPhone repairs at your location in selected cities

    If you've been an iPhone user for a long time, you probably know that official repairs always have to go through an Apple store. But it looks like the company might be looking to be more flexible from now on by offering to bring limited repair services directly to you, at least in certain cities.

  • OPPO officially unveils renders of their first smartwatch

    OPPO officially unveils renders of their first smartwatch

    OPPO’s Vice President officially unveiled the first renders of their upcoming smartwatch, which could be unveiled at any moment this year. Based on the renders, the aforementioned smartwatch shows quite a bit of resemblance to the Apple Watch other than the main difference being the two buttons on the right side and a lack of a crown.

  • iPhone waves goodbye to notch in this new year

    iPhone waves goodbye to notch in this new year

    Today is the first day of 2020 and we’ve received really good news about Apple’s future. There is evidence claiming that the iPhones will be getting a makeover and this time, it is not about new colours or new camera design. The company has filed a patent of an iPhone without the notch and it looks promising.

  • Most smartphone users watch Pornhub on their iPhone or iPad

    Most smartphone users watch Pornhub on their iPhone or iPad

    Recently, a bunch of images was posted on tech.sina.com which showcases the traffic statistics of a notoriously popular porn streaming website called Pornhub. Based on the images, it seems that 52.8% of the smartphone users who visit the aforementioned website are using an iOS device such as an iPhone or an iPad.

  • Relive the iPod nostalgia with the Rewound music player

    Relive the iPod nostalgia with the Rewound music player

    If you're ever feeling nostalgic for the iPod, you can now turn your iPhone into one using an app. According to The Verge, the Rewound app is a music player that you can download from the Apple App Store and it comes with plenty of downloadable skins. Among them, there's one that will give you that classic iPod look.

  • Apple will most likely release three 5G iPhones in 2020

    Apple will most likely release three 5G iPhones in 2020

    Based on a statement by a Strategy Analyst, Apple will most likely be releasing up to three 5G-capable flagship smartphones by the year 2020. This is most likely due to the fact that smartphone manufacturers such as Samsung, Huawei, vivo and more have already started offering smartphones to the masses while Apple is still a little behind in terms of providing a 5G-capable iPhone to the masses.

  • The iPhone might support more than Apple Pay for NFC payments

    The iPhone might support more than Apple Pay for NFC payments

    It seems that Apple’s iPhones are required to support e-wallets other than their very own Apple Pay, based on a court ruling in Germany that was passed very recently. The court ruling required all “operators of electronic money infrastructure” to allow e-wallet integration, at a reasonable fee which means that you could use your Apple device to make payments even without Apple Pay.