Intel today unveiled its 8th generation Core processors which the company claims will be up to 40 percent faster than their predecessors. Unlike the previous generation of Core processors which had a code name, Intel has not revealed any code name for its 8th generation Core processors.
Back in February 1988, as Apple was preparing to launch the Macintosh Portable, a freelance journalist working for the magazine Macintosh Today got his hands on a 160-page internal Apple document detailing the hardware specifications of the yet to be launched device. The Mac Portable was scheduled to be announced in September that year.
iPhone 8 Will Not Feature Curved OLED Display, Face ID Will Scan User’s Face in ‘Millionths of a Second’
At this point, it is all but confirmed that the iPhone 8 is going to come with Face ID — a facial recognition system for unlocking the device and authorising Apple Pay transactions. While many Android devices already ship with face unlock, there is an additional delay in using the technology over fingerprint scanning.
With the iPhone 8 reportedly entering mass production ahead of its launch next month, photos of some components of the device have surfaced online. The leaked images allegedly show the iPhone 8’s OLED display assembly, flex cables, and Lightning port internals.
Apple has announced that it will be moving its iTunes U Collections to Apple Podcasts with the release of iTunes 12.7 next month. The company is also encouraging users to access iTunes U contents through their iOS device or Apple TV.
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In case you were busy this week and didn’t get a chance to check Cydia, don’t worry as we have compiled a list of all the new tweaks that were released in the week which are worth checking out.
In iOS 11, Apple has simultaneously taken steps to block auto playing videos in Safari, while adding auto playing videos in their own App Store. I still can’t get over the irony of it all. But thankfully, if you don’t want to bombard with an autoplay video of a new game every time you scroll through the App Store, there’s a way to disable this feature.
A hidden web page on Apple’s server has been discovered which the company uses to hire “talented engineer.” It is unclear since how long the web page has been up but the job description in the page mentions working on developing a “critical infrastructure component that is to be a key part of the Apple ecosystem.”