As expected, Pioneer has announced that it will be adding support for Apple’s CarPlay technology to its existing product line. It will make Pioneer one of the first companies to bring aftermarket in-dash car multimedia systems to provide Apple CarPlay.
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A new report from Korean source Naver has reaffirmed that LG will be the sole supplier of the flexible display panels required for the rumored Apple iWatch. It is said that Apple found LG’s flexible displays to be suitable for the new wearable with the appropriate size, brightness as well as power consumption.
According to a report in the Hollywood Reporter, director David Fincher will not partner with Oscar-winning screenwriter Aron Sorkin for Sony’s Steve Jobs’ biopic. The pair worked together on the recent acclaimed Facebook film, “The Social Network.”
A new tweak by the name of MagicBadges was released recently, which allows to restyle the notification badges located on iOS app icons. Among the customization options included are the position of the badge relative to the icon, the color and size of the badge, and the font of the notification number.
Deutsche Bank analyst Brian Modoff believes Apple won’t be designing a baseband chip for its iPhone or iPad anytime soon For the foreseeable future, the company will continue to use off-the-shelf silicon to meet its cellular needs. Qualcomm currently supplies Apple with its baseband hardware, which manages the phone’s radio functions and allows it to connect with cellular networks.