Apple Likely Replacing the MacBook Air This Year with New 13-Inch Entry Level MacBook

Apple Likely Replacing the MacBook Air This Year with New 13-Inch Entry Level MacBook

A new report from Taiwanese publication Digitimes claims that Apple is looking to release a new MacBook model this year, replacing the 13-inch MacBook Air. It is said that GIS (General Interface Solution) is expected to get more orders for LCD panels meant for MacBooks. The company started supplying LCD panels for the MacBook models starting last year.

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Apple Updates TestFlight App with Increased Cellular Data Download Limit

Apple Updates TestFlight App with Increased Cellular Data Download Limit

TestFlight by Apple is an app that allows developers to create beta versions of their applications before the commercial release. Apple has now updated the app with a few new features on board. Prominent among the changes is the increased cellular data download limit. Previously, TestFlight only allowed downloads of up to 100MB on cellular data and this new update bumps up that limit to 150MB.

2018 iPhone X Envisioned in New Renders with Smaller Notch and Bezels

2018 iPhone X Envisioned in New Renders with Smaller Notch and Bezels

The bezel-less design of the iPhone X already give it a very futuristic look but the latest renders of the 2018 iPhone X from iDrop News show a further refinement of this design which includes a small bezel and notch.

OpenSignal: T-Mobile is Leading the Network Pack

OpenSignal: T-Mobile is Leading the Network Pack

OpenSignal has a methodology in place to test all of the major wireless networks in the United States, all in an effort to see how they compare to one another for the customers.

Some iTunes Customers Were Able to Grab ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ a Month Early

Some iTunes Customers Were Able to Grab ‘Thor: Ragnarok’ a Month Early

Thor: Ragnarok released in theaters late last year, and is scheduled to launch digitally for home ownership on February 20.

Apple Launches ‘Apple Music for Artists’ as an Analytics Tool for Musicians

Apple Launches ‘Apple Music for Artists’ as an Analytics Tool for Musicians

Apple Music is one of the most popular streaming services on the planet, already seeing millions of subscribers in its short time on the market.

Screenshots Show Off Apple HomePod Settings and More

Screenshots Show Off Apple HomePod Settings and More

Apple’s first smart speaker, the HomePod, recently passed through the FCC in the United States, which suggests the device’s launch could be right around the corner.

Researchers Suggest Parents Guide Kids’ Screen Time, Rather Than Limit it

Researchers Suggest Parents Guide Kids’ Screen Time, Rather Than Limit it

For many years, the general consensus has been that parents should limit the time kids spend in front of any and all screens. But that is starting to change.

Apple Rumored to End iPhone X Production Instead of Reducing Price When the New Models Launch

Apple Rumored to End iPhone X Production Instead of Reducing Price When the New Models Launch

This year, Apple is expected to launch the successor to the iPhone X, along with two other iPhone models, but it sounds like Apple may change things up in another way, too.