The tech giant Apple is planning to roll out 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro with radial redesigns to current models, in September this year. The new devices will be quite a radical redesign of current models, especially the 13-inch MacBook Pro, which is likely to be replaced with the 14-inch variant.
It's not just the iPhone 12 that could play havoc with pacemakers. MacRumors notes that Apple has listed the products whose magnets could interfere with pacemakers and other medical devices. The iPhone 12 and MagSafe accessories are just the start of the products you should be concerned about. AirPods, the Apple Watch, HomePods, iPads, Macs and some Beats offerings are also
Apple just pushed out one of its more important mid-cycle OS updates in recent memory. The company has released iOS 14.5 (and iPad OS 14.5), a significant upgrade that adds a few genuinely convenient features — including one that's causing Facebook grief. The new software notably introduces a previously delayed system that requires permission for
Apple is working on a new biometric technology that will be able to track blood pressure by utilizing neutral networks and seismocardiogram data. This would remove the need for a blood pressure cuff. According to a recent patent publication (Via AppleInsider), the Cupertino based giant is working on a wearable device that could be paired
Apple Inc. launched its first iPhones with 5G wireless speeds a few months ago. Now it’s looking to start work on sixth-generation cellular connectivity, or 6G, indicating it wants to be a leader in the technology rather than relying on other companies. The Cupertino, California-based company this week posted job ads
Apple is apparently working on a foldable iPhone that will feature a clamshell design. This foldable device would also be relatively affordable to the current offerings from rival vendors, but is not launching anytime soon. https://youtu.be/7sTCeZl0f7M According to a WCCFTech report, a tipster has suggested that the Cupertino based giant might have settled on a Galaxy
Non-invasive Blood Glucose Monitoring is a technology that hasn’t quite matured yet. However, a report by ETNews says that Apple and Samsung might finally be able to implement “Blood sugar monitoring” on their next smartwatches. The report says that both Samsung and Apple will introduce the non-conventional method of Blood Sugar monitoring on their Galaxy Watch 4/Watch Active 3 and Watch 7*