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Mini-LED may soon be the star of Apple’s product lineup

Mini-LED may soon be the star of Apple’s product lineup

It may not be long before we see Mini-LED displays make their way to Apple products. While we may not see the tech featured on iPhones anytime soon, one analyst thinks that Apple will look to outfit iPads and MacBooks with Mini-LED displays as early as next year. When that happens, it could be the start of a trend for Apple, which could begin using Mini-LED in as many as 4-6 products over the next two or three years.

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2021 iPhone changes could be biggest in Apple’s history

2021 iPhone changes could be biggest in Apple’s history

Today a bit of JPMorgan analysis from Samik Chatterjee suggested 4x new iPhones were on their way for the year 2020 and 2021. These new devices will appear with three different screen sizes next year - then some major changes in under a year after that. There'll be one 5.4-inch model in 2020, two with 6.1-inch displays, and a larger iPhone with a 6.7-inch display. These devices will all - apparently - roll with 5G connectivity.

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2020 iPhone could prove not all OLED is created equal

2020 iPhone could prove not all OLED is created equal

All three 2020 iPhone models will use an OLED panel, but there may still be good reason to opt for the more expensive smartphones, according to the latest chatter out of South Korea. Apple's line-up of iOS phones next year is still expected to consist of three models, with the smallest and largest - replacing the iPhone 11 Pro and the iPhone 11 Pro Max getting a new, thinner OLED screen technology.

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iPhone 11 Smart Battery Case camera button secrets revealed by iFixit X-Ray

iPhone 11 Smart Battery Case camera button secrets revealed by iFixit X-Ray

When Apple unveiled its smart battery cases back in 2015 for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s, it was ridiculed for the massive bump that ruined the phone's clean aesthetic. It was almost as if the company was getting back at people who have been clamoring for such an accessory but Apple never backed down from that "humpback" design. In fact, it has embraced it even further this year by adding a new function, a physical camera button. It wasn't completely magical but was still novel enough for iFixit to want to look inside without tearing it down at all.

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Apple renews M. Night Shyamalan series Servant for second season

Apple renews M. Night Shyamalan series Servant for second season

On November 28, Apple will release an original TV show on its Apple TV+ service called Servant. This series comes from executive producers M. Night Shyamalan and Tony Basgallop. Though the show hasn't yet made its public debut, Apple has expressed faith in the series by announcing that it has already renewed it for a second season.

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16-inch MacBook Pro: why was Apple so quiet about the launch

16-inch MacBook Pro: why was Apple so quiet about the launch

And just like that, we have a new generation of the MacBook Pro. No keynote or eye-catching ad; It just kind of appeared online, waiting for reviewers to talk about it. That seems very uncharacteristic of Apple. Take a look at its website: the new 16-inch MacBook Pro completely replaces the 15-inch older generation. This slightly-chunkier model is the new look and build for the flagship MacBook Pro, but Apple just let it launch quietly under the radar.

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The last Pokemon GO maps and trackers that still work in late 2019

The last Pokemon GO maps and trackers that still work in late 2019

Today we're taking a peek at some Pokemon GO cheats - if you want to call them that - in the form of live Pokemon GO Maps. These GPS-based maps work with Google Maps or OpenStreetMap, and can (pretty much) be opened on any sort of smartphone. This new list is ready to roll as of late November, 2019 - and will probably still be valid through the new year, barring any unexpected closures! Time to get tracking!

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Apple online store customer reviews have been removed

Apple online store customer reviews have been removed

When you remove something that has been, for years, a standard fixture not to mention common practice, you can't help if people start asking questions. When you do so silently with no subsequent explanation, then you can't blame them for coming up with theories, even ones that don't paint you in a positive light. That may be the situation that Apple is facing after it has been discovered that it very quietly removed the "Reviews & Ratings" section of product pages on its online Store, leaving many to wonder if Apple is sourgraping over a flood of negative comments.

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Apple retools iOS 14 testing process to avoid another iOS 13 debacle

Apple retools iOS 14 testing process to avoid another iOS 13 debacle

It isn't exactly a secret that iOS 13 was a buggy mess on release. Apple has spent the last couple of months trying to fix those bugs, and those efforts persist to this day, with the latest iOS 13 update addressing a number of remaining glitches. You'd think that Apple having to devote so much time to fixing bugs would make it re-evaluate its testing process, and according to a new report, you'd be right to think that.

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Lifelike AirPods sticker prank strikes a chord in SF

Lifelike AirPods sticker prank strikes a chord in SF

Apple AirPod users found themselves on the wrong side of the prank this week as art director Pablo Rochat struck! According to Rochat, he simply "made life-size AirPod stickers and stuck them on the ground, all over the city." He made his project known on November 17, 2019, and already 5-figure amounts of likes and retweets and shares have pushed him into the realm of viral prank hit.

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Apple iPhone 11 Smart Battery Case has a dedicated camera button

Apple iPhone 11 Smart Battery Case has a dedicated camera button

As expected, Apple has launched a Smart Battery Case for the iPhone 11 family. From an aesthetic standpoint, this case is mostly what we'd expect, as it still features that distinctive bump on the back. The stated goal of extending your phone's battery is also the same, but this case in particular has a nifty feature that might help it stand out from all the other battery cases vying for your dollar.

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Apple Music for Business muzak now competing with Pandora, Spotify

Apple Music for Business muzak now competing with Pandora, Spotify

There's a market out there for music companies that wish to get a piece of the retail sales market pie. Apple Music is now a part of that market. If you head into your local department store, you probably won't hear a brand new track from your favorite hardcore metal band - but you might soon hear something delivered by Apple. A report this week suggests that Apple Music has been piloting a "a version of Apple Music" for use in businesses for a time with businesses like Levi Strauss & Co. and Harrods stores.

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