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Apple’s AR plans are becoming a little easier to see

Apple’s AR plans are becoming a little easier to see

Apple’s take on augmented reality will leverage its existing solutions to deliver personalized experiences, with a particular focus on health, location and entertainment. Why do I think this? Yesterday I broke the news that Apple is working with a company called Dent Reality on indoor mapping technologies. The smaller company …

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Apple’s WWDC 2020 is Going Online-Only, But Will it Work?

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For Apple fans and journalists, the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is all about the flashy lights and big product announcements. We want to see the next version of iOS, and a new MacBook, and maybe even a new Apple TV. Not getting to see the products in person this year …

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Apple’s Siri Now Helps You to Check Coronavirus Symptoms

Apple's Siri Now Helps You to Check Coronavirus Symptoms

iPhone users concerned they might have the coronavirus can now ask Siri for advice. Apple updated its digital assistant over the weekend to offer more comprehensive help for anyone fearing they may have contracted the virus, formally known as COVID-19. Now, when you ask Siri a question along the lines …

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Everything you need to know about Apple’s pointer support for iPad

Everything you need to know about Apple's pointer support for iPad

Apple has shared a lot more detail to explain how pointer and trackpad support will work with iPads, with video, guidance notes and a senior level company presentation all made available. What is pointer and trackpad support on iPad? Apple now supports trackpads in iPad OS 13.4. That doesn’t mean you …

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Apple’s plans for four new iPad Pro models emerge

Apple’s plans for four new iPad Pro models emerge

Life continues during the crisis that grips the planet. It now looks more likely than ever that Apple plans to introduce new iPad Pro models, and these new machines promise a lot, particularly in the run-up to WWDC 2020 (Online). The March event that wasn’t There’s no doubt that Apple …

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MacBook Pro 14: What to Expect From Apple’s Next Laptop

MacBook Pro 14: What to Expect From Apple's Next Laptop

Not long ago, a rumored Apple event was scheduled for March 31, promising a slew of new products including an updated MacBook Pro. Since then, nearly every event where groups of people would come into contact with each other has been canceled in the wake of the coronavirus. A new …

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Everything we think we know about Apple’s plans for iOS 14

Everything we think we know about Apple’s plans for iOS 14

With the future of WWDC 2020 increasingly in doubt there’s little surprise that interest in what’s coming in iOS 14 is beginning to intensify, particularly if the company is forced to provide a remote version of the conference. Here’s what we think we know about iOS 14 so far: New …

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The 2015 MacBook Pro Was Apple’s Last Great 13-Inch Laptop

The 2015 MacBook Pro Was Apple’s Last Great 13-Inch Laptop

Today marks the fifth anniversary of the 2015 MacBook Pro. In the five long years since then, Apple has struggled to replicate its success, bringing out a succession of laptops that excelled in some ways but were desperately flawed in others. Only 2019’s MacBook Pro 16-inch has been universally liked, …

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Apple’s Claris brings digital transformation to the rest of us

Apple's Claris brings digital transformation to the rest of us

Wholly-owned Apple subsidiary, Claris, has introduced Claris Connect, a new solution that provides smaller enterprises with the chance to compete with larger firms when it comes to the benefits of digital transformation. I was in contact with Claris CEO, Brad Freitag to find out more about the new solution. The …

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Google cloned Apple’s 3D Touch for the Pixel using just software

Google cloned Apple’s 3D Touch for the Pixel using just software

Yesterday, Google announced the latest “feature drop” for its Pixel line of Android phones. It’s part of an effort to get people to realize that the Pixel gets software updates ahead of other Android phones and that some of the features it receives stay exclusive to the Pixel. And yesterday’s …

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