How to Transfer Data from Old iPhone to New iPhone with AnyTrans

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iPhone 13 is around the corner and there are plenty of reasons to get excited about the latest iPhone this fall. Apple is expected to bring portrait video, high refresh rate screens, better cameras, a new CPU, and a lot

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Apple Releases Rare ‘Device Support Update’ for macOS Big Sur

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Posted by Chandraveer Mathur on Sep 30, 2021 in macOS Big Sur On Thursday, Apple has released a new “Device Support Update” for macOS Big Sur, disrupting its usual update schedule. There’s no official change-log from the company about it

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Security Exploit Could Allow Hackers to Steal Money via Apple Pay Express Transit from Locked iPhones

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Security researchers have discovered a new vulnerability with Visa cards that allows hackers to withdraw money from them when they are set as the default card for Express Transit in Apple Pay (called Express Travel in the UK). The Express

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iFixit’s Teardown Explains the ‘Jelly Scrolling’ Issue on iPad mini 6

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iFixit has posted a detailed teardown of the iPad mini 6 and explained the “jelly scrolling” issue affecting the device. Accessing the internals requires one to pry open the display from the front. iFixit says the “jelly scrolling” issue on

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South Korea Gives Apple, Google Deadline for Submitting Plans to Allow Third-Party IAP Systems

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Posted by Chandraveer Mathur on Sep 29, 2021 in Apple News South Korea has recently amended a law that bars tech giants Apple and Google from forcing developers to use proprietary in-app purchase payment systems for their respective app stores.

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