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New iPhone 13 edging out most iconic design detail

New iPhone 13 edging out most iconic design detail

This week it's become apparent that at least the next couple of iPhone releases will edge out the notch. According to analysis and early leaks of the next-generation Apple smartphone show the industrial design of the iPhone changing very little. The camera array at the back seems to be increasing in size, while the front-facing elements, consisting of a display and a notch full of sensors, will be almost identical to their predecessors.

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AirPlay 2 and HomeKit arrive on 2020 Toshiba and Insignia 4K Fire TVs

AirPlay 2 and HomeKit arrive on 2020 Toshiba and Insignia 4K Fire TVs

Amazon's Fire TV platform was launched in response to Google's Chromecast. Its first device was an HDMI dongle, but it quickly outgrew that form, expanding to a more traditional set-top box and eventually to actual TVs. Smart TVs powered by Fire TV are still far and few in between, but now they're getting two of the most coveted features for any smart TV: Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support.

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Our big iPhone 13 expectation looks like it’s coming true

Our big iPhone 13 expectation looks like it’s coming true

As there is every year, there's been a lot of talk about what's next for Apple's iPhone lineup. Rumors have been swirling for months, and now that we're closing in on the iPhone's expected September reveal, we're hearing more and more about these new phones. Today, a new report is outing several expected features for the next iPhones while also claiming that Apple is looking to increase production significantly over its 2020 numbers.

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Apple Pay leak claims ‘buy now, pay later’ feature is in the works

Apple Pay leak claims ‘buy now, pay later’ feature is in the works

Apple is working with Goldman Sachs to launch its own 'buy now, pay later' installment service, according to a new report. People said to be insiders on the matter have shed light on the alleged upcoming feature, claiming that consumers won't need an Apple Card to utilize the upcoming offering, one similar to installment options from major companies like PayPal and Affirm.

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iPhone 12 MagSafe Battery Pack released with reverse wireless charging support

iPhone 12 MagSafe Battery Pack released with reverse wireless charging support

Apple has launched a new MagSafe Battery Pack for the iPhone 12, complete with reverse charging support, snapping on to the smartphone's magnetic accessory system for on-the-go top-ups. The $99 battery relies on the rebooted MagSafe system which Apple launched alongside the iPhone 12 late in 2020, though it's not the first time we've seen an add-on battery that clings to the back of an iPhone.

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iPad mini redesign may finally be on the way with new iMacs in tow

iPad mini redesign may finally be on the way with new iMacs in tow

The Apple rumors just keep coming, it seems. Not only have we heard countless rumors about the next iPhone and MacBook Pro, but today we're also hearing more about Apple's plans for an iPad mini redesign and a large-screen iMac that houses Apple silicon. We may even see one of these new devices land inside 2021, too.

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Rumor suggests updated MacBook Pro will get a better webcam

Rumor suggests updated MacBook Pro will get a better webcam

A new rumor is making the rounds via Twitter from a leaker claiming the updated MacBook Pro models expected this year would feature an updated webcam. According to the tweet, the upcoming MacBook Pro will get an improved 1080p camera, and the entire Mac lineup will receive similar upgrades. Presumably, that would mean the MacBook Air will get an improved camera as well.

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Twitter on iOS could soon support Sign in with Apple

Twitter on iOS could soon support Sign in with Apple

There are innumerable online services and apps these days that it is almost impossible to keep track of all the usernames and passwords for them. Thankfully, some of those services allow you to sign up and log into their network using a Google account or, sometimes, a Facebook account. Two years ago, Apple launched its own take on that convenience with "Sign in with Apple," and Twitter might be adopting the technology to help make it easier for both old and new users to jump on board with their iPhones and iPad.

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iPhone 13 leak gives us a look at your next phone

iPhone 13 leak gives us a look at your next phone

The iPhone 13 was leaked today in imagery that gives us a clear look at the way the phone lineup appears. The hardware, the part that's most significantly different from the iPhone 12, appears here in several sizes. The iPhone 13 is expected to have a release date in late October of 2021 - for now, let's compare.

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Apple’s biggest MacBook Pro update in years is apparently about to hit production

Apple’s biggest MacBook Pro update in years is apparently about to hit production

For quite some time now, Apple fans have been waiting for the announcement of the next MacBook Pro. Rumors have been dropping left and right, and at one point, many expected Apple to announce a fresh batch of MacBooks at WWDC 2021. Unfortunately, that show came and went without any big hardware reveals, but now a noted Apple analyst is giving us a better idea of when these new MacBooks could launch.

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Rumor claims 11-inch iPad Pro due next year will rock a mini-LED display

Rumor claims 11-inch iPad Pro due next year will rock a mini-LED display

It hasn't been very long since Apple revealed the latest iteration of the iPad Pro, and rumors about the next generation of Apple's popular tablet are already running rampant. One of the most prolific and accurate sources for rumors about Apple products is analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. While he has been inaccurate at times, Kuo has a long history of accuracy when it comes to predicting future Apple products.

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Apple AirPort Time Capsule design flaw could lead to total data loss

Apple AirPort Time Capsule design flaw could lead to total data loss

The recent incident with Western Digital's My Book Live NAS devices getting wiped remotely has emphasized the need for data backups, sometimes even redundant data backups. But what if the backup device itself is the one that gets irreparably broken? That is the potential nightmare that owners of Apple's discontinued AirPort Time Capsule could face soon, no thanks to a design flaw in both the enclosure itself as well as the hard drive used inside it.

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