WhatsApp will allow you to share Status on Instagram and Facebook Stories

Users currently enrolled in the WhatsApp beta program can share their Status with the previously connected Facebook and Instagram accounts. According to The Verge , WhatsApp is currently testing this new sharing feature. Status is the equivalent of Stories on Instagram and Facebook, which can be shared with… Read More

Jony Ive will leave Apple later this year to start his own company

Apple announced through a press release that Jony Ive, Apple’s Chief Design Officer , will no longer be an Apple employee at year-end. Ive will form his own design company that will have Apple as a primary customer. Jony Ive, 30 years from her first day of work, will no… Read More

Apple releases the first public beta of iOS 13, iPadOS 13 and macOS Catalina

Apple released the first public beta of iOS 13 ,  iPadOS,  and Catalina macOS  to its public beta tester group, giving non-developers the chance to test the software for their fall launch. Originally Apple had announced that the public beta would arrive in July, but apparently decided to release it a… Read More

The 16-inch MacBook Pro will be announced in September

Apple plans to release a 16-inch MacBook Pro in September, according to Jeff Lin, an analyst with research firm IHS Markit. Lin believes that the 16-inch display will be an LCD provided by LG Display, with a resolution of 3,072 × 1,920 pixels , as highlighted in the latest IHS report , published Thursday. For… Read More

Here is a new rendering of the iPhone 11 Max case

Case maker Olixar has released a new detailed rendering of the iPhone 11 Max case, which offers more details on the new camera bump, redesigned mute switch and more. The images of the Olixar case, which are kindly provided by the British retailer Mobile Fun,… Read More

iOS 13 includes a new HomePod pairing process

We have already seen many of the changes made on iOS 13 and now, a small but important change to the HomePod pairing process has been found. Previously, to configure the HomePod, it was necessary to keep it next to the iPhone and start the pairing process in… Read More

iPhone 2020: 5G and LTE models, all with OLED display

Apple plans to release three new iPhones in 2020, two high-end 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch models and a low-end 6.1-inch model, all three with OLED displays, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. In a research note obtained by MacRumors,Kuo stated that high-end models will support 5G, while the low-end model will be limited to LTE. Qualcomm… Read More

Google confirms that Pixel 4 will have a square camera

Google has confirmed that its upcoming Pixel 4 devices will feature a back of the square-shaped rear camera, a feature that should also be present on the 2019 iPhones. A Pixel 4 mockup appeared on the internet earlier this week, and now Google has confirmed the design of… Read More

Google: “Sign in with Apple” will make people safer

The Google account access team leader is apparently positive about Apple’s introduction into the authentication space with ” Sign in with Apple “, revealing in an interview that it would be preferable to use the Apple button rather than manually entering usernames and password. Inserted as an… Read More

iOS 13 adds support for custom fonts

Support for custom fonts in iOS has been a feature required by some many users for years, and Apple will finally introduce support later this year. At this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple has officially confirmed that it is bringing support for custom fonts to iOS… Read More

A new image confirms the shape of the iPhone 11 camera

We have seen countless rumors that suggest that the next-generation iPhone smartphone line will feature a design almost identical to the current line. However, there is a big visual difference between the iPhones of last year and the new iPhone series, and it has already managed to provoke… Read More

Let’s discover together the new gestures of iOS 13 for copy, paste and much more

iOS13 and iPadOS offer new ways to make quick text selections, including new three-finger productivity gestures for cutting /copying/pasting and undo/redo. Text editing and navigation has been modernized in iOS 13 and iPadOS , with a large margin. iOS and text selection Dynamic web layouts and HTML advances have… Read More

With iOS 13 we will be able to record a video using both cameras at the same time

Apple in iOS 13 introduced multi-cam recording support, allowing applications to simultaneously capture video, audio, depth from different cameras, microphones and sensors on a single iPhone or iPad. Currently this function is not integrated in the native Camera application on iOS 13, but Apple has made the… Read More

watchOS6: new dials, dedicated App Store and many new apps and features!

watchOS6 is the second novelty discussed on the San Jose Convention Center stage. There are so many new dials, some very simple and others full of details. Many dials will now have a full screen version and a “round” version that will add complications to the sides. With… Read More

iPadOS: Apple introduces the new operating system for iPad

All the functions we’ve talked about so far that have been introduced on iOS 13 for iPhone, will also arrive on iPad. But the iPad is evolving towards something different. And the time has come to give this device the importance it deserves. The iPad will no longer have iOS:… Read More