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Anker iPhone MagSafe battery pack released for simple power

Anker iPhone MagSafe battery pack released for simple power

The Anker iPhone MagSafe battery pack was released at last - just as the company suggested it would. They've had this particular battery pack in the works for a couple of months, having digitally previewed the device first at CES 2021. This device has the name Anker PowerCore Magnetic 5K Wireless Power Bank, and it's available for the masses right this minute.

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Pokemon GO Kanto raid day tips and Shiny release

Pokemon GO Kanto raid day tips and Shiny release

This week the folks at Niantic revealed a special Kanto-themed Raid Day ready for the tail end of February. This next major Raid Day will "celebrate some fan-favorite Pokemon" on the final day of the most long-lasting and epic series of events in Pokemon GO history draws to a close. This event will take place on Sunday, February 28, 2021.

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Apple event tipped for March 16: Here’s what could be inside

Apple event tipped for March 16: Here’s what could be inside

The next Apple event was tipped to take place approximately one month from now, on March 16, 2021. At this event, we'll likely see the next iPad, the next iPad Mini, AirTags, and an expansion of what Apple Card will be able to accomplish.* This latest lineup tip suggests that the most extravagant device will be the iPad, modifying previously most-recent rumors that suggested that the most powerful device in the lineup will be the iPad Pro.

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iPhone fold concept suggests a sleek future

iPhone fold concept suggests a sleek future

A concept video created by Svyatoslav Alexandrov, Alexandrov's Studio for ConceptsiPhone demonstrates what might be if Apple jumps onboard the foldable train. In this concept, the iPhone Fold is exactly what you might expect: an iPhone 12 Pro with a big ol' bend in the middle. If what we're seeing here is made real by Apple, we'll basically have everything good about the iPhone 12 Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold all in one package.

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Matterport is now the newest iPhone and iPad’s most awesome 3D app

Matterport is now the newest iPhone and iPad’s most awesome 3D app

The folks at Matterport revealed a relatively major update this week, specifically for iPhone 12 Pro and iPad Pro 2020. This update adds improved dimensional accuracy with LiDAR for those two devices. This means that the 3D sensor at the back of the device - that sensor you're usually not thinking about more than once in a blue moon - will be used to capture and create some of the most awesome media you've ever had the opportunity to share.

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Apple MagSafe battery accessory could put an end to bulky charging cases

Apple MagSafe battery accessory could put an end to bulky charging cases

With the introduction of MagSafe on the iPhone 12 lineup, Apple has opened the door to a number of magnetic accessories. The company itself has crafted some MagSafe accessories for the iPhone 12, and now it's rumored to be working on a magnetic battery pack. As you might imagine, a MagSafe battery pack would allow users to wirelessly charge their phones without needing to find an outlet first, and without using a bulky battery case that has to attach to the phone through a Lightning passthrough.

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Apple’s iPhone 6G plan seeks talent for next “key strategic transition”

Apple’s iPhone 6G plan seeks talent for next “key strategic transition”

Apple is already beginning work on the iPhone 6G, adding experts to its staff even as the general consensus puts the next-generation technology almost a decade out from deployment. It comes as after the Cupertino firm faced some criticism for being relatively late in adopting 5G compared to iPhone's Android rivals, having added the tech to the iPhone 12 family late in 2020.

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Epic Games takes Apple legal battle to Europe

Epic Games takes Apple legal battle to Europe

Epic Games has opened legal cases against Apple in the USA, the UK, Australia, and now the European Union. Epic's cases suggest that Apple's business is anticompetitive and monopolistic. They've suggested that Apple should allow Epic Games to launch their own Epic Games store on iOS devices, and that they should be allowed to initiate direct in-app payments in games like Fortnite.

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Apple Pay with BitPay now supports Bitcoin

Apple Pay with BitPay now supports Bitcoin

BitPay announced this week that they've begun functioning with Apple Wallet. The self-professed "world's largest provider of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency payment services" announced that users of the BitPay Prepaid Mastercard can now add their card to their iPhone's Apple Wallet. With the BitPay Prepaid Mastercard in an Apple Wallet, the user can spend with Apple Pay.

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iPhone 13 could use Always-On Display for clock, battery

iPhone 13 could use Always-On Display for clock, battery

The iPhone X back in 2017 was the first to fulfill the long-rumored move from LCD screens to OLED panels for Apple's iPhones. OLED technology has a couple of advantages over LCDs but one of the main ones remained unused in iPhones, at least so far. That could change in the iPhone 13, or at least the Pro models, which will employ new display technology that, together with OLED panels, can finally bring some Always-On Display or AOD functionality to iPhones.

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iPhone could be ruined by North Dakota bill, warns Apple

iPhone could be ruined by North Dakota bill, warns Apple

Apple's App Store has been in the center of some high-profile controversy and rhetoric last year when Epic Games made a bold move that, according to some sources, has been planned months ahead. An action as simple as offering a different in-app purchasing method set off a chain that now involves lawsuits filed across several countries, all of them accusing Apple and Google of monopolistic practices. Although this proposed bill in a single US state doesn't directly reference the Apple vs. Epic Games tussle, its effects, if passed, will turn things in the game developer's favor.

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Apple Maps gains crowdsourced accidents feature and others in iOS 14.5 beta

Apple Maps gains crowdsourced accidents feature and others in iOS 14.5 beta

There are multiple navigation apps available for smartphone users on the Apple iOS platform. Among the most popular are Apple Maps, Google Maps, and Waze. one of the reasons Waze is so popular is because it was the first to add some interesting features such as the ability for individual users to report accidents, hazards, and speed traps along their route. Apple Maps is now gaining similar features in the latest version of the app for iOS 14.5 beta.

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