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Next-Gen iPads coming with new design Apple is set to hold the “There’s more in the making” media event on Tuesday, October 30th in New York City. The company has sent out invitations to several media. Apple is expected to unveil new iPad Pros, Apple Pencil and AirPods. It’s also possible that the Cupertino company will launch low-priced MacBooks which are successor to the MacBook Airs, as well as new iMacs, Mac Minis and potentially HomePods. New iPad Pro models are rumored to have a USB-C port, a TrueDepth camera for Face ID, faster chipset and slim bezels with no Home button.
iPhone XS and XS Max hit the stores on Friday and as always iFixit has provided teardown images of the new iPhones. The teardown reveals the latest iPhones are pretty similar to the previous models. Let’s take a closer look at it. Points to keep in mind Glass: Apple said “the most durable glass ever in a smartphone” but the glass looks very simliar to iPhone X’s. No clue whether new Gorrila Glass 6 or not Antenna band: Extra antenna band added on the bottom very likely to support for Gigabit LTE (not 5G) IP68 water resistance: No evidence. SIM card slot also largely unchanged Taptic Engine: Resized and XS … Continue reading
iOS 12 brings significantly improved performance and longer battery life on older iOS devices such as iPhone 5S, why? Apple released iOS 12 software update to the public on Monday, Sept. 17. In the past, software updates on older devices gave us a lot of issues like slow down, crash and bugs etc. People have to feel safe, right? Once you install, it’s hard to downgrade to iOS 11. But this time, you do not neet to be afraid to upgrade. It’s clear that Apple has foucused its effort especially on the oldest devices and you will see performance improvements. Thus iOS 12 seems to be worth installing. Don’t hesitate. … Continue reading