Apple Confirms Removal of Illegal Gambling Apps from China’s App Store

Apple Confirms Removal of Illegal Gambling Apps from China’s App Store

Apple has confirmed that it has removed gambling apps from the Chinese App Store. The company says gambling apps are illegal in China which is why it has taken this move.

Microsoft Planning to Bring Sticky Notes to iOS and Android

Microsoft Planning to Bring Sticky Notes to iOS and Android

Microsoft is planning on bringing its popular Sticky Notes Windows app to iOS and Android. The company is currently working on a big revamp of Sticky Notes Windows app which will include new features like a dark theme, a formatting bar, new animations, and improved performance and accessibility. 

How to Save Money on Grab Rides

How to Save Money on Grab Rides

If you are a regular user of the Grab app and looking to save money then you have come to the right place. In this article, we will provide you tips on how to save money on Grab rides on your iPhone.

How to Share Passwords Using AirDrop in iOS 12

How to Share Passwords Using AirDrop in iOS 12

iOS 12 is making huge strides towards a password management system you’ll actually want to use. It’s making it easier to generate strong passwords, it will bring up relevant passwords whenever you encounter a sign in form, plus, it’s opening up all of this to third parties using an API.

Apple Store in Amsterdam Evacuated After Overheating iPad Explodes

Apple Store in Amsterdam Evacuated After Overheating iPad Explodes

An Apple Store in Amsterdam was evacuated after the battery of a demo iPad overheated and the tablet burst into flames. The incident occurred at 2:20 p.m. local time on Sunday afternoon. There was no fire and the incident was quickly dealt with by the Amsterdam fire department.

ARM’s CPU IP Roadmap Reveals It Will Compete with Intel Core CPUs in Laptops

ARM’s CPU IP Roadmap Reveals It Will Compete with Intel Core CPUs in Laptops

Apple might be designing its own A-series chipsets for iPhones and iPads, but ultimately it licenses the ARM v7 instruction set from ARM. Since designing a CPU is an expensive and tedious job, ARM also releases reference CPU designs that other OEMs can base their CPUs on.

How To Use AirPods’ Live Listen Feature in iOS 12

How To Use AirPods’ Live Listen Feature in iOS 12

iOS 12 has a new, seemingly simple accessibility feature with a huge potential. It’s called Live Listen. It makes an audio bridge between your iPhone’s microphone and the AirPods. This means that you can directly route the audio that iPhone’s microphone picks up to the AirPods that are in your ears. It’s designed to help users with a low hearing but you can use it in many different circumstances.

iOS 12 Beta 8: Check Out the Performance Improvements Since iOS 12 Beta 1 [Video]

iOS 12 Beta 8: Check Out the Performance Improvements Since iOS 12 Beta 1 [Video]

It has been almost three months since Apple released the first beta of iOS 12. Since then, the company has gone on to release seven more beta builds of the OS, and ahead of the release of the OS in September, it has switched to a weekly beta cycle release. 

Motorola’s P30 Rips off iPhone X’s Design and Huawei’s Twilight Color Scheme

Motorola’s P30 Rips off iPhone X’s Design and Huawei’s Twilight Color Scheme

Ever since Apple launched the iPhone X last year, we have seen a bevy of Android OEMs release smartphones that look very similar to Apple’s offering. However, Motorola is easily going to take the cake with its latest smartphone unveiled in China, the Moto P30. It is the most blatant rip-off of the iPhone X’s design and even puts previous iPhone lookalikes from Xiaomi to shame.

Netflix is Testing Video Promotions Between TV Episodes

Netflix is Testing Video Promotions Between TV Episodes

There are a lot of different TV shows available to stream on Netflix, and the service is testing out a way to maximize promotions while you binge away.