iMessage has been in the news lately, with Google SVP Hiroshi Lockheimer calling out Apple for bullying users into switching from Android to iPhone. He invited the iPhone maker to adopt RCS, calling it the “industry standard for modern messaging,” instead of developing an iMessage app for Android. And I agree. I think that RCS for iMessage could benefit both iPhone and Android users, read on to find out why.
While Android is still ahead of the curve on the customization front, iOS is catching up – slowly but steadily. The arrival of a plethora of eye-catching home screen widgets means you can customize your iPhone’s home screen to your heart’s liking. So, whether you wish to design your home screen per the festive season or want to unravel some cool design ideas to step up the personalization game, we’ve got the right tips to help you get going!
If TikTok still claims to be the most popular short video-sharing platform, Instagram Reels is a close second. Thanks to the seamless integration with Instagram and Facebook, Reels has inherited a pretty solid base. With the addition of a ton of notable features, the Meta-owned short video-sharing platform has managed to capture the imagination of both the end-users and creators.
If lip-syncing vertical videos have become a rage these days, TikTok deserves a pat on the back. From being a tiny app with a handful of creators to becoming the most downloaded app with a massive community of creators, the ByteDance-owned platform has come a long way. Not for nothing, most tech titans from silicon valley have shown an ardent desire to buy TikTok.
Despite the pandemic and supply chain disruptions, Apple had a pretty packed 2021 with several product launches, including the AirTag, M1 iMacs, redesigned MacBook Pros, and the iPhone 13 series. However, 2022 is unarguably looking like a major year for Apple in terms of product launches. The company could launch its first AR product this year, with the iPhone lineup expected to get a significant design overhaul. This year, the Apple Silicon Mac Pro should also make its debut and raise the bar for performance and efficiency to new heights in demanding workloads.
Apple had its fair share of ups and downs in 2021. While the company blew us away with some of the best product launches in 2021, a few devices and services left us wanting for more. Here are the top underwhelming Apple products launched in 2021.
2021 has been a busy year for Apple. Riding on a high wave of M1 CPU and redesigned iPhone 12 launch in 2020, fans expected Apple to deliver yet another blockbuster year. And oh boy! The company didn’t disappoint a bit. Here are the best Apple products launched in 2021.
When you reminisce everything that panned out for Apple in 2021, the year appears to be a proverbial roller coaster ride for the company. From being embroiled in an ugly legal battle to unveiling ground-breaking products to being branded as anti-competitive to achieving record-shattering sales, the Cupertino giant’s fortune was in flux throughout the year. But what managed to leave out a blueprint or brought the entire metaverse on the edge? To recap everything that stood out, let’s take a look at Apple’s 2021 year in review!
Unlike Windows, where the settings menu is divided between Windows Settings and Control Panel, Mac offers a single System Preferences menu to make changes. While the default Mac setup is good enough for the majority, you should learn these Mac settings to get the most out of your macOS experience.
Although the latest Apple Watch Series 7 didn’t come with the rumored flat-edged design, it still has a couple of tricks up its sleeve to top the sales chart this holiday season. If you plan to get one or gift it to a loved one, now is the right time to learn about basic Apple Watch setup and a few tricks.