Netflix Is Testing a New Human Curated ‘Collections’ Feature on iOS

Netflix Is Testing a New Human Curated ‘Collections’ Feature on iOS

Netflix is testing a new feature called Collections section. Netflix will rely on its team of “experts on the company’s creative teams” to curate the content. As part of the feature, you will get new sections like “Stream & Scream” and “Watch in One Weekend.” The Collections section will appear on the Netflix home screen.

Amazon and B&H Photo are Offering Discounts on 2019 MacBook Pro and iMac

Amazon and B&H Photo are Offering Discounts on 2019 MacBook Pro and iMac

We are seeing quite a lot of discounts on Apple products. Recently BestBuy hosted a sale offering heavily discounted iPad, Mac, and Apple Watches. This time around Amazon and B&H have offered a great deal on select Retina iMac and 2019 MacBook Pro.

Stay Connected Everywhere With This Device [Deals Hub]

Stay Connected Everywhere With This Device [Deals Hub]

Jetsetters, listen up! If you’re tired of getting hit with roaming charges, the Tern Global Data Connection Device is the perfect solution to your communication woes. Stay connected anywhere and everywhere with this handy device, available now in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub for just $99 — 41% off the usual price of $169.

Google Photos Gets a New Feature That Lets You Search for Text in Photos Library

Google Photos Gets a New Feature That Lets You Search for Text in Photos Library

Google Photos is one of the most preferred photo gallery and backup tool. In the recent past, Google has added a bunch of new features to make the Photos app better, one such feature was Google Lens integration. Now the company is rolling out a new AI feature that will let you search Photos library for text.

Contractors Listened to 1,000 Siri Recordings Every Shift as Part of Grading Program

Contractors Listened to 1,000 Siri Recordings Every Shift as Part of Grading Program

Earlier this month, it was revealed that as a part of Siri grading process, many third-party contractors employed by Apple used to listen to personal Siri recordings of users. This led to quite a bit of backlash especially since Apple heavily uses privacy in its marketing campaigns. Eventually, Apple suspended the grading programThe Irish Examiner spoke to some contractors who worked on grading Siri which has revealed more details about the entire process.

How To Fix iOS 12.4 Unc0ver Jailbreak Issues

How To Fix iOS 12.4 Unc0ver Jailbreak Issues

The @pwn20wnd team dropped a public jailbreak for iOS 12.4 — the latest public release of iOS — earlier this week. The jailbreak surprised many since this was after years that we got a public jailbreak for the latest iOS release. The iOS 12.4 jailbreak was made possible in part due to a fault from Apple as it accidentally reverted the patch for the SockPuppet exploit that it fixed in iOS 12.3.

iCloud Gets a Redesign on the Web, Gains New Reminders App

iCloud Gets a Redesign on the Web, Gains New Reminders App

Apple today debuted a new beta version of the iCloud.com website with a new look. The new design primarily uses a black and white theme which is in stark contrast to the previous theme which used an array of colors.

2019 iPhone 11 Will Take Better Low-Light Photos, Lack 3D Touch

2019 iPhone 11 Will Take Better Low-Light Photos, Lack 3D Touch

A Bloomberg report has detailed all the new features that will be coming to this year’s iPhones. As per the report, Apple will indeed be using the ‘Pro’ name branding for the 2019 iPhone XS Max successor.

Apple Will Launch 2019 iPad Pro, 10.2-inch iPad, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and Apple Watch Series 5 This Year

Apple Will Launch 2019 iPad Pro, 10.2-inch iPad, 16-inch MacBook Pro, and Apple Watch Series 5 This Year

Apart from the 2019 iPhone 11 series, Apple is also preparing to launch a number of other hardware products this year. This includes a new 10.2-inch iPad, the 2019 iPad Pro, Apple Watch Series 5, and the 16-inch MacBook Pro.

Court Sides with Ex-Apple Engineer Who Is Apparently Fighting for Due Credit on His Invention

Court Sides with Ex-Apple Engineer Who Is Apparently Fighting for Due Credit on His Invention

An ex-Apple Engineer has been fighting for his share of due credit for working on Find My iPhone. The engineer claims he helped invent a feature that helps you track stolen and lost iPhones. Cali court has sided with the ex-Apple Engineer and has considered entertaining his plea.