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June 15, 2018

2019 iPhone Models to Support USB-C Fast Charging: Report

Apple is said to unveil three iPhone variants this year, and leaks point at a budget 6.1-inch device with a LCD display and no 3D Touch. Another variant is expected to be the iPhone X successor with an OLED display, and the most premium will be the Plus variant with a 6.5-inch OLED display. These variants were earlier reported to come bundled with USB-C fast charging accessories, but now a fresh report suggests that the 2019 variants may see USB Type-C support. To recall, the USB Type-C port is only seen in Apple’s MacBook series so far, but now the company is looking to bring it to its iPhone and iPad devices as well.

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June 15, 2018

Apple Books App Previewed Ahead of iOS 12 Launch, Will Replace iBooks

After its brief announcement at Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) last week, Apple Book app has now formally been previewed. The new app, which will debut on iOS 12 later this year, comes as a refresh of the original iBooks app. It offers ebooks and audiobooks through dedicated tabs to iPhone and iPad users. The app also includes a new Reading Now tab that will host all the ebooks and audiobooks that you’re currently reading or listening to. Apple has additionally offered a Book Store that lets you find all your favourite titles under one roof. The Apple Books app with the Book Store will be available in 51 countries this Fall, while free books through the new app [...]

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June 7, 2018

TECH ADDICTION AND THE PARADOX OF APPLE’S ‘SCREEN TIME’ TOOLS

 

STEVE JOBS CHANGED the world with the iPhone, the glossy slab of aluminum and glass that redefined the category of “phone” the day it went on sale in 2007. But it wasn’t until a year later, when Jobs introduced the App Store, that Apple would make its most lasting contribution.

The App Store invented a new world, where chauffeurs, dates, and deliverymen could be summoned with a few taps; but also where our attention could be shattered, our democracy shaken, and our anxiety spiked. Ten years later, as we increasingly grapple with technology’s dominance over our minds, it’s hard not to imagine Steve Jobs as a young Dr. Frankenstein; the App [...]

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November 17, 2014

Samsung Galaxy Note Edge review: Innovation, experiment or gimmick?

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