Suppliers said to be expecting quick adoption of USB Type-C port in smartphones and laptops thanks to Apple
Back in March, Apple unveiled the 12-inch MacBook — a super-thin, lightweight, ridiculously portable laptop with a Retina display and other noteworthy features, including a single USB Type-C port.
In March of this year, Olio unveiled a brand new smartwatch called the Model One which offered iOS support in a classic design with a significant price tag attached.
In the middle of July, it was reported that production of the Pebble Time Steel had begun, with distribution set to take place later in the month.
A new Apple patent application submitted to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office outlines an intelligent new stylus that could help us feel onscreen textures on devices like the iPad. The stylus employs haptic technology, and could connect to devices by Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.
Angry Birds 2, the much-anticipated sequel to the world’s biggest mobile game, has landed on iOS. It’s a free download, and it brings multi-stage levels, outrageous new spells, the ability to challenge your friends, and more.
Earlier this year, Toyota backtracked on its plans to support Apple’s in-car system, CarPlay, while other manufacturers weren’t so quick to dismiss the technology.