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Apple is expected to launch four iPhone models and introduce significant specification upgrades in 2020, a report has said. The Cupertino-based company is expected to launch three iPhones with OLED screens, with display sizes of 5.4-inch, 6.1-inch, and 6.7-inch. The devices will also have 5G connectivity and advanced 3D sensing camera technology, CNBC reported on
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Apple on Tuesday announced the launch of refreshed MacBook Air and MacBook Pro laptops in time for the back-to-school season. While the MacBook Air gets a True Tone Retina Display as an upgrade, the company is lowering the starting price. The 13-inch MacBook Pro on the other hand has been updated with new 8th-generation quad-core
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As part of what looks like an app-meltdown phase after Google and Facebook apps, Apple’s iCloud services suffered a major outage that troubled users, especially in the US, signing into their accounts. The outage on Thursday evening affected almost all of Apple’s iCloud and other services, but while other services were back up and running
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Jony Ive has been leaving Apple for years. When it was finally made official on Thursday, there was nevertheless hand-wringing about the company’s future. Ive led a stable, close-knit team of designers who created the slick look and feel of Apple’s hardware and software for more than two decades. At least six members of the group
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Apple has reportedly scrapped a $22 million contract with British tech firm Nanoco for advanced iPhone camera sensor. Manchester-based Nanoco primarily develops cadmium-free quantum dots for displays. The technology allows camera sensors to gather light more efficiently compared to traditional silicon designs, Apple Insider reported on Tuesday. Nanoco is now reportedly exploring other potential uses
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Mozilla has patched a couple of zero-day vulnerabilities on Firefox through two separate security updates. While the first zero-day flaw was described as a “remote code execution” vulnerability that enabled remote attackers to run a malicious code within the native process of the Firefox browser, the second one was known as a “sandbox escape” that
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