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iOS 11 download released in Public Beta for iPad and iPhone

iOS 11 download released in Public Beta for iPad and iPhone

Admin 27/06/2017 0
Apple just released the Public Beta version of iOS 11 through their download repositories. To take part in this upgrade to the newest version of the software, users will need to follow a few steps – which we’ve outlined below. This version of the iOS mobile operating system is what Apple called “a giant step for iPhone, a monumental leap for iPad.” While the final release is set for this fall, the Public Beta is available now.With the upgrade to iOS 11 for iPad, users will find a more desktop-like experience awaiting them. This version allows much more fluid switching between apps, control of ...
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Upcoming Snapdragon 450 could give mid-range phones a big boost

Upcoming Snapdragon 450 could give mid-range phones a big boost

Admin 21/06/2017 0
Qualcomm’s mobile processors usually follow clear lines. The 200 series on the very low end, followed by 400, 600, and then the 800 flagship platform. Things might get a bit hazy if and when the Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 comes around. Although part of the lower mid-range line, the still unannounced processor supposedly shares more in common with the higher, though now somewhat outdated, Snapdragon 625, potentially giving birth to a new line of wallet-friendly smartphones that not only perform well but also last longer.The current batch of 400 series processor have either an octa-core or a quad-c...
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Lenovo teases bendable, voice-controlled laptop concept

Lenovo teases bendable, voice-controlled laptop concept

Admin 21/06/2017 0
Although Lenovo, even after its Motorola acquisition, is finding difficulty securing a foothold in the mobile market, it remains the world’s top PC vendor, especially when it comes to laptops. That has allowed it to venture off into a few experiments, like the more or less successful YOGA line or the so-so Yoga Book and its Halo Keyboard. At its Lenovo Transform event in New York, Lenovo revealed one of its possible future experiments, a laptop that can be folded, rolled, and bended, and doesn’t have a trackpad. Lenovo calls it the “Future of Personalized Computing”.“No trackpad”, you ask? Wel...
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Your iPhone could soon contain your entire medical history

Your iPhone could soon contain your entire medical history

Admin 16/06/2017 0
While most tech companies are scrambling to climb the machine learning mountain, Apple has its sights on a different goal. Sure, it did just dip its fingers in the smart home speaker jar, but its interests apparently lie elsewhere. According to insiders, Apple is looking to turn your iPhone into a one-stop shop for your medical information, with the goal of making it easier for users to share their information with health care personnel without having to go through the hoops and potential errors involved in traditional health care systems.That Apple is interested in the health industry isn’t e...
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A giant new first for iPhone 8

A giant new first for iPhone 8

Admin 08/06/2017 0
The iPhone 8 is coming with a couple other Apple smartphones this year, and they’re all tipped coming at the same time. Release dates for two of the devices wont be all that different from previous years of iPhone drops – they’ll be called iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus most likely. The third will be what’s commonly referred to in the press today as the “iPhone 8”, and it’ll most likely come at the same time as the first two or not too long afterward.Three at onceIn the beginning, Apple released just one iPhone at a time. This worked out alright for a while, until Apple’s manufacturing process a...
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iPhone Augmented Reality revealed with ARKit

iPhone Augmented Reality revealed with ARKit

Admin 06/06/2017 0
Apple’s next hand in the future is Augmented Reality, as evidenced this morning by Craig Federighi speaking onstage at WWDC 2017. With Augmented Reality developer kit – ARKit, they call it – developers will be influencing the way the future is seen through the iPhone and iPad. With this kit, simple computations are able to be made, for starters, including allowing the iPhone to detect a flat table surface.There’s a demo app for ARKit that developers will be able to play with which can put a coffee cup on a table. This is not mind-blowing stuff – it’s been done before – but Apple’s influence wi...
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