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  • Apple redesigns Safari, adds Universal Control and more in macOS Monterey

    Apple redesigns Safari, adds Universal Control and more in macOS Monterey

    In Apple's next upgrade for Mac users, the company have announced the upcoming macOS Monterey. There are new FaceTime updates, a redesigned Safari, better work efficiency with Universal Control and many more. It's scheduled to arrive this coming Fall (from September onwards) so read on to see what you can expect.

  • Apple adds Portrait Mode watch face, digital keys, Tai Chi and more in watchOS 8

    Apple adds Portrait Mode watch face, digital keys, Tai Chi and more in watchOS 8

    As usual from Apple's annual WWDC event, a slew of new operating system features were announced and if you're here to check out the upcoming watchOS 8 preview, you've come to the right place. It won't take long so just sit back, relax and check out what you can expect to have on your Apple Watch Series. 

  • iPadOS 15 scheduled for September release, shares many features with iOS 15

    iPadOS 15 scheduled for September release, shares many features with iOS 15

    Apple WWDC 2021 just happened past midnight so if you weren't awake to watch it, we got it covered for you. Here, we will be highlighting what to expect on iPadOS 15 which is scheduled to come this Fall (from September onwards). So what's new on iPadOS 15? Let's take a look at the preview.

  • Here is a preview of everything you need to know about iOS 15

    Here is a preview of everything you need to know about iOS 15

    If you were sleeping soundly throughout the night and missed out on Apple's WWDC event, we got you covered. In this article, we will be focusing solely on the iOS 15 preview and there are a few new updates that are quite intriguing. Without further ado, check out the new iOS 15 features below.

  • Apple announces iOS 14 beta 2, with new features being tested

    Apple announces iOS 14 beta 2, with new features being tested

    The latest iOS 14 has been in beta testing by developers about two weeks ago, bringing a lot of new features and revealing issues like the clipboard snooping. Now, Apple is ready for the second beta phase and has announced that iOS 14 beta 2 can be installed through an over-the-air update.

  • The new iOS 14 features coming to your iPhone sounds familiar to Android users!

    The new iOS 14 features coming to your iPhone sounds familiar to Android users!

    Apple made a bunch of announcements at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, WWDC 2020. This includes the new iOS 14 with a redesigned iPhone home screen and new widgets, iPadOS 14, WatchOS 7, macOS Big Sur, and the new updates for TVOS. The new iOS 14 comes with few new features which are new to Apple iPhone users but familiar to Android users. 

  • Apple may not have plans to unveil any new hardware at WWDC 2020

    Apple may not have plans to unveil any new hardware at WWDC 2020

    As the name suggests, the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is an Apple event that's mostly about software. Despite that, many tend to expect at least some hardware to be unveiled at the event. However, it's possible that there may not be any hardware reveals at this year's WWDC.