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Among them, Apple’s A15 processor has more secrets that Apple did not specify. As usual, the official specification sheet published by Apple is not complete, Apple still hides many secrets behind it. Among them, Apple’s A15 processor has more secrets that Apple did not specify. After the launch of the iPhone 13 series and the iPad Mini 6, the Antutu benchmark recently found a large number of results from the Apple A15 processor in its background database. The data shows that the Apple A15 has three versions, which appears to be the first time in the history of the A-series…

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The “Voice Text” ad shows the new iPhone 6 promoting the voice memos from the iOS 8 Messages app Apple continues to launch new announcements of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, although this time they have also taken the opportunity to highlight a new feature of the Messages application in iOS 8. Now that voice memos are boomingThanks to its relocation and easy reach, Apple has also wanted to bring this new feature to its instant messaging service and promotes it in its latest announcement. In it we hear again the voices of Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon…

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There is a lot of discussion about Big Tech and the power it can have over many things. One of the latest examples of this is how pre-installed apps from Apple and Google often dominate the competition when it comes to usage. The problem is that neither Apple nor Google really disclose the number of users of things like Apple Messages, so getting a firm “proof” of this can be difficult. Now a new study (commissioned by Facebook – surprise, surprise) from research firm Comscore, and shared with The Verge, tries to make sense of it all. As The Verge…

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Reimagining what the next generation of the iPhone could look like if it were inspired by the design of the Apple Watch The world of Apple product concepts is really exciting and, despite the fact that in most cases they are far from what the company ends up presenting on the keynote stage, they are a magnificent exercise to let ourselves go and imagine how it could be the immediate future. Today we bring you a new concept of iPhone, because if a few weeks ago we saw how the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 could be, today we will…

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In the era of planned obsolescence, sometimes there are cases in which it is possible to believe in the great durability of some products. Most, however, belong to the past. This is what happened to a man who found an Apple computer from thirty years ago in his attic, the Apple IIe, officially launched in 1983 by the tech giant. The most curious thing is that the equipment, despite the elapsed time, was in a functional state. A New York professor who calls himself John pfaff commented the anecdote on his profile on the Twitter micromanagement network, who he found…

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The US government wants a sort of backdoor to access the San Bernardino killer’s iPhone 5c, but Tim Cook refuses: “it would be a dangerous precedent”. For several months Apple and the US government are at the center of a complex legal and ethical dispute: on the one hand the US security forces (FBI and Department of Justice in primis) are asking for a method to be able to hack iPhones for national security reasons, on the other the Cupertino company refuses to provide a backdoor, firmly upholding users’ right to privacy. The situation has escalated further in the past…

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Apple considers switching to Samsung for the production of some components of the iPhone 6 and Apple Watch New rumors come to us from South Korea related to Samsung, the Apple Watch and the iPhone 6. Apple seems to be considering change manufacturer for current iPhone 6 and smartwatch components which will arrive early next year. The reason for the decision is still unknown, although the BusinessKorea medium details which components would be under production by the South Korean company. As for the Apple Watch, the company would like to entrust the production of the S1 chip to Samsung, the…

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Apple still has a strong leadership position and dominated the American headphone market in the following year. When Apple introduced the AirPods along with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in September 2016, reactions back then were mixed at best. While many people were impressed with the technology behind Apple’s first true wireless headphones, their design received a lot of criticism, and there were tons of jokes on the internet about the design, price, and overall appeal of the headphones. Five years later, it’s clear that Apple has reasons to rejoice because the AirPods, now in their third generation (AirPods…

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Time magazine chooses the Apple Watch as the best gadget of this 2014 and predicts a success similar to that of the iPhone As is usual at this time, the prestigious Time magazine has published a new ranking with the most important gadgets of this year 2014. The type of devices included in the list is very varied: smartphones, home automation, cameras, drones, tablets, among others. However, the only smartwatch that appears in the ranking is the Apple Watch and, how could it be otherwise, it occupies the number one position on this annual list. Apple’s smart watch, despite not…

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Apple’s latest beta app for Android reveals the name of the company’s classical music app. Last year, Apple announced the purchase of the Primephonic Classical Music Streaming Service, which offers a search and browsing function specifically optimized for classical music. Apple has announced that the best Primephonic elements will become part of the Apple Music service, providing subscribers with a better experience of accessing classical music. The company also announced that in 2022 it will launch a new music app dedicated to classical music, combining the Primephonic user interface and functions intended for listening to classical music with Apple Music,…

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