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Latest iPhone 7 Leak Claims Handset Can Record 4K Videos at 60FPS; To Feature Capacitive Home Button and New Colors

Latest iPhone 7 Leak Claims Handset Can Record 4K Videos at 60FPS; To Feature Capacitive Home Button and New Colors

A Vietnamese website member says that he has managed to spend some time with the iPhone 7 and has revealed quite a few details about the handset. Since there are no photos, it is tough to corroborate whether the leak is true or not, so take everything you read below with a pinch of salt.

New MacBook Pro With OLED Touchbar Won’t Be Unveiled at iPhone 7 Event

New MacBook Pro With OLED Touchbar Won’t Be Unveiled at iPhone 7 Event

Apple’s big MacBook Pro redesign, which is expected to come with a new OLED touchbar above its keyboard, won’t be unveiled at its iPhone 7 event next month, according to a new report from Bloomberg.

2016 MacBook Vs. 2015 MacBook Air Compared in New Video

2016 MacBook Vs. 2015 MacBook Air Compared in New Video

If you need an ultraportable Mac, then you need either the 12-inch Retina MacBook, or a MacBook Air. But which one is best for you? The head-to-head comparison video below between the latest MacBook and a 13-inch MacBook Air from 2015 will help you decide.

Watch Google’s Take on 3D Touch in Action; Coming in Android N

Watch Google’s Take on 3D Touch in Action; Coming in Android N

Google has confirmed to Mashable that it will be adding support for 3D Touch-like pressure sensitive displays in Android N. The second Developer Preview of Android N released last week hinted at the company working on adding support for this feature to the OS.

Apple Patent Hints at Force Touch Keyboards for Future MacBooks

Apple Patent Hints at Force Touch Keyboards for Future MacBooks

Force Touch may already be available in Apple’s latest trackpads, but it could play an even bigger part in future MacBooks. According to a new patent, Apple is exploring the possibility of replacing traditional keyboards with touch-based ones.

Apple’s Latest Patent Hints at a Magic Mouse with Force Touch Capabilities

Apple’s Latest Patent Hints at a Magic Mouse with Force Touch Capabilities

The latest patent granted to Apple by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office hints at the company working on a future variant of the Magic Mouse with integrated force touch sensors. Apple first introduced Force Touch with its 13″ 2015 MacBook refresh. Since then, the company has introduced this feature to the 15-inch MacBook, with the feature coming to the iPhone in the form of 3D Touch.

Haptic feedback developer Immersion sues Apple for patent infringement

Haptic feedback developer Immersion sues Apple for patent infringement

Immersion, a company that specializes in developing and licensing haptic feedback technologies for touch devices, is suing Apple for patent infringement. The lawsuit filed today cites 3D Touch, Force Touch, the Taptic Engine, and more.

Apple patents Force Touch keyboard without physical switches

Apple patents Force Touch keyboard without physical switches

Apple’s Force Touch technology, which is already available inside its latest Magic Trackpad 2, could soon replace the physical switches inside its future keyboards, according to a new patent. The move could give keys multiple uses, depending on how much pressure is applied to them.

Apple iPhone 6s review: Pointing the way to a perfect ‘7’

Apple iPhone 6s review: Pointing the way to a perfect ‘7’

Cards on the table time, this is an unashamed review of the latest and greatest iPhone… from the point of view of a long time user of other platforms (Symbian, Android, Windows Phone). I’d argue that this gives me perspective, away from any possible reality distortion fields emanating from Cupertino – I switch platforms on a weekly basis and can evaluate the (mostly) good and (occasional) bad in the latest iPhone 6s. It’s everything you expect from Apple, but with genuine innovations and a little future-gazing thrown in, with the usual caveats over price and only a few tricks missed.

Apple updates iWork apps for iOS and Mac, adds 3D Touch, Split View, plus more

Apple updates iWork apps for iOS and Mac, adds 3D Touch, Split View, plus more

Both OS X El Capitan and iOS 9 have been available for a bit of time now, and for users of Apple’s iWork suite of apps there’s finally a reason to get excited.