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Apple reveals its own polishing cloth for $19

Apple reveals its own polishing cloth for $19

If you add the Apple logo to anything, many people believe you can also significantly markup price compared to similar products without the Apple logo. Apple recently held an event where it released new MacBook Pro laptops and AirPods earbuds, along with some color changes for its HomePod Mini smart speaker.

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LG reveals second-gen Ergo Monitors for comfort and productivity

LG reveals second-gen Ergo Monitors for comfort and productivity

LG has revealed the second generation of its Ergo Monitors designed to allow users to customize their workstations for productivity and comfort. The displays are offered in Ergo Dual and Ergo Single configurations. Ergo Dual is model number 27QP88D, while the Ergo Single is model 32QP880.

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iPhone 13 Pro 120Hz ProMotion display takes scrolling speed into account

iPhone 13 Pro 120Hz ProMotion display takes scrolling speed into account

The majority of today's high-end smartphones boast 120Hz or at least 90Hz refresh rates, especially now that Apple has joined the fray. People often praise how such a feature makes the experience feel smoother and more responsive, but faster refresh rates don't come without its price. In addition to the literal cost of a more expensive component, there's also the inevitable impact on battery life. There are various strategies to mitigate that, but Apple's novel technique on the iPhone 13 Pro's ProMotion display might be the move innovative of them all.

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MacBook Pro 2021 – What should we expect?

MacBook Pro 2021 – What should we expect?

The iPhone 13 series has already got Apple fanboys intrigued and the Apple Watch Series 7 is expected to ship sooner than expected. It’s however the much-anticipated MacBook Pro 2021 that we are excited about. The reasons are manifold: in particular, MacBook Pro is expected to arrive in a redesigned form factor with a more potent in-house chip and a display to talk about.

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Next iPad delay tipped: Now likely best time to buy

Next iPad delay tipped: Now likely best time to buy

It would appear that now is the best time to buy a new iPad, just so long as you're the sort of person that wants the newest iPad on the market for the longest period of time. A tip from China suggests that Apple and Samsung Display are having some sort of delay in creating the next-gen iPad, that being a device with a 10.86-inch OLED display. Now, instead of appearing in the year 2022, this new iPad is said to be delayed until 2023 or later.

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iPhone 14 clues from China: More supply, lower prices, fewer models

iPhone 14 clues from China: More supply, lower prices, fewer models

According to industry sources speaking in China this week, plans for display type in iPhone 14 orders could be the key to a major change in Apple's smartphone strategy. Over the past several years, Apple's iPhone release schedule had the brand deliver four different smartphone devices. With the info appearing this week, it's become more likely than ever before that Apple will reduce the number of NEW iPhone models it reveals each year, instead using older models as just-as-good for all price tiers.

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New MacBook Pro display resolution leak is incredibly good news

New MacBook Pro display resolution leak is incredibly good news

Apple revealed its newest iPhones and a pair of revamped iPads during an event last week, but the company may not be done there. Apple is also expected to announce a new batch of MacBook Pros at some point in the near future, and today, we're potentially learning more about the displays on those incoming machines. Some references discovered in the latest macOS Monterey beta suggest that the next MacBook Pros could be in for a bump in resolution.

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Facebook Portal Go and Portal+ revealed: Portable and giant

Facebook Portal Go and Portal+ revealed: Portable and giant

This afternoon Facebook revealed a pair of new smart video calling devices called Portal Go and (the newest version of) Portal+. These devices are just the latest of a series of "Portal" video calling devices of varying sizes. Facebook is calling the Portal Go their "first-ever portable Portal." For... if you ever wanted to... make calls on a screen on... the go.

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After iPhone 13: The new tech coming in 2022, 2023, and 2024

After iPhone 13: The new tech coming in 2022, 2023, and 2024

Over the next few years, the iPhone will see some significant changes. This year's iPhone 13 didn't exactly make major waves when it came to upgrades VS last year's model lineup. According to high-level Apple product predictions released this week, the changes will come in the years 2022, 2023, and 2024 in the form of punch hole front-facing cameras, under-display Touch ID, and foldable smartphones from Apple.

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Samsung 90Hz OLED laptop displays take aim at 120H LCD screens

Samsung 90Hz OLED laptop displays take aim at 120H LCD screens

It is almost standard for higher-end smartphones these days to have screens with high refresh rates, some even going as high as 144Hz. These mobile devices, however, are just catching up to laptops and desktops that have long utilized such a feature, often for gaming advantages. That, however, doesn't mean there's no more room for innovation there, and Samsung's new panel for laptops tries to prove that by pitting 90Hz OLED against 120Hz LCD displays.

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LG’s $4k UltraFine OLED Pro Display goes up for sale

LG’s $4k UltraFine OLED Pro Display goes up for sale

LG's latest high-end display is up for sale, with the LG UltraFine OLED Pro promising a treat for your eyes in return for a hit on your wallet. Announced earlier this year, the new 31.5-inch monitor is LG's first to use an OLED panel.

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LG DVLED Extreme Home Cinema turns your wall into a 325-inch 8K TV

LG DVLED Extreme Home Cinema turns your wall into a 325-inch 8K TV

LG is wading into the "wall-sized TV" space, giving Samsung's The Wall some competition with the new LG DVLED Extreme Home Cinema. Capable of spanning 16:9 aspect sizes from 81-inches through to a whopping 325-inches diagonal, the custom-installed displays can also be fitted in wall-filling 32:9 aspect UltraStretch layouts.

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