Some Users Complain of Water Drops Forming in AirPods Max

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Posted by Mahit Huilgol on Dec 31, 2020 in AirPods Max, News Apple recently unveiled its premium (and expensive), AirPods Max. Some AirPods Max users are already complaining about water drops forming inside the cup. This issue mostly happens after

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Apple Removes Over 85,000 Apps and Games from App Store in China

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Just a day before 2020 ends, Apple has removed over 39,000 games and 46,000 apps from the Apple App Store in China. The move comes as the app developers and game publishers fail to get an official license from the

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App Store Revenue Witnesses a Major Surge in 2020 despite Pandemic

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The world is still reeling from the pandemic and the economic uncertainties. Many countries were shut down as part of lockdown, and people were asked to stay home. Surprisingly, the combined spend on App Store and Google Store has shot

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Photos: Here’s How iPhone Production Factory Looked Like in 2007

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A series of photos have popped up on Twitter, showing off 2007’s iPhone production factory. The photos show how organized Apple’s production was, even when they were manufacturing the world’s first iPhone back in 2007. Bob Burrough, co-creator of iPhone,

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New Patent Suggests Future MacBooks Could Come With Touchscreen Display Keyboard

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Posted by Sanuj Bhatia on Dec 29, 2020 in Apple News, News A new patent filing suggests Apple could be testing a keyboard with small adaptive display keys on the future MacBooks. The filing was approved by the United States

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Apple Loses Copyright Lawsuit against Corellium’s iOS Virtualization Tool

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Last year Apple sued Corellium for offering an iOS simulator. Corellium’s software helps developers and security researchers discover bugs and vulnerabilities on iOS. Apple sued the company citing copyright infringement. Apple has lost the claims as the court allows Corellium

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AirPods Pro 2 To Come in Two Sizes, Could be Controlled By Your Teeth

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New leaks have surfaced regarding the upcoming Apple AirPods Pro 2. Leaker Mr White, on Twitter, shared some images of internal hardware that could be used in the upcoming AirPods Pro. The new AirPods are expected to be released sometime

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iPhone Tops the List of Most Activated Smartphones on Christmas Day in the United States

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iPhone is arguably one of the most popular smartphones. This holiday season new iPhone activation went up the roof. A new report says iPhone activation during Christmas Day has decreased this year owing to the ongoing pandemic and financial condition.

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