Apple’s Indoor Mapping Data Format has been adopted as the industry standard

Apple’s indoor mapping format is adopted as standard. Apple’s Indoor Mapping Data Format (IMDF) has been adopted as the standard for indoor positioning services by the Open Geospatial Consortium. Announced yesterday by Apple, IMDF has been accepted by the OGC as a community standard, paving the… Read More

Clubhouse: the new social network has already been hacked. Account, ID and audio retransmitted in the clear

Some security researchers have found a serious security flaw in the app that was exploited by a hacker. A Bloomberg report found that a hacker was able to hack the service and overhear the conversations over the weekend. The user, who is believed to be based in… Read More

“Sign in with Apple” could be the subject of an antitrust investigation

The US Department of Justice is reportedly looking into the “Sign in with Apple” feature following complaints from developers. The United States Department of Justice is investigating developer complaints about the Cupertino company’s “Sign in with Apple” option. As reported by The Information , the department wants… Read More

The next Apple Watch Activity Challenge will be held on March 8th

Apple has organized a new Apple Watch Activity Challenge to celebrate International Women’s Day. The next Apple Watch Activity Challenge will take place on March 8 on the occasion of International Women’s Day. The challenge to unlock the virtual trophy is to complete a workout of… Read More

Kuo: New MacBook Pros with SD card reader coming in the second half of 2021 [Rumor]

The analyst has no doubts. The new MacBook Pro models arriving in the second half of this year will be equipped with the SD card reader, HDMI port and more. Apple plans to release two new MacBook Pro models equipped with an HDMI port and SD… Read More

Google updates Gmail for iOS with widgets and privacy labels

The US company has finally updated Gmail for iOS by introducing privacy labels. After months without updates, the Google Gmail app for iOS has been updated with support for widgets. More importantly, the company introduced the long-awaited insights into app user data collection. The latest version of Gmail… Read More

BOE will provide Apple with OLED displays for iPhone 13 models

After several missteps, BOE has finally managed to successfully pass Apple’s rigorous tests and will be one of the leading suppliers of OLED screens for iPhone 13 models. According to a new report, manufacturer BOE will be a major supplier of OLED displays for iPhone… Read More

Apple Watch may be able to diagnose heart failure

The study’s goal is to research how Apple’s wearable device can “lead to better clinical outcomes for heart failure patients.” The University Health Network has announced the launch of a new study that will aim to find out if remote monitoring with the Apple Watch can help… Read More

Clubhouse reaches 8 million downloads on the App Store

Clubhouse is enjoying great success. According to new data released by mobile analytics and data company App Annie, Clubhouse has now surpassed 8 million global downloads, despite still being in prelaunch mode, which is by invitation only. For those unfamiliar with it, Clubhouse is an audio-based… Read More

Gurman: “There will be no Apple event on March 16”

Reliable Mark Gurman denies rumors about Apple’s March 16th event. Yesterday, the trusted Mark Gurman said Apple has no plans to host any events on Tuesday, March 16. Earlier this week, a report from Taiwan’s Economic Daily News suggested there would be an event on March 16. The… Read More

WhatsApp explains what happens if you don’t accept the new privacy policies

WhatsApp explains what will happen to users who do not accept the new terms by the deadline of May 15th. WhatsApp has revealed how it will gradually cripple the accounts of its users who do not accept the upcoming changes to the platform’s privacy policy, which will… Read More

iOS 14.5 beta 2, over 200 new emojis added on iOS devices

As reported by Emojipedia last year, iOS 14.5 introduces 217 new emojis to iOS devices. Just over an hour ago, Apple released iOS 14.5 beta 2 for developers, and one of the changes that is sure to attract a lot of attention are the over 200 new emojis .… Read More

Some iPhone 12 hardware issues will no longer require device replacement

Apple will soon introduce a new method of repairing the same unit for iPhone 12 issues that would normally require the device to be replaced. When an iPhone or other Apple device has hardware problems, Apple technicians perform an analysis of the device to determine… Read More

iOS 14.5 Beta 2, unveils the arrival of a MagSafe external battery

The iOS 14.5 beta 2 code refers to a “battery pack” in the optimized charging section. New MagSafe accessory coming? The code in the latest iOS 14.5 beta suggests that Apple is working on a new accessory for the iPhone 12 that could take advantage of the MagSafe wireless charging… Read More

iOS 14.5 beta 2 allows you to share parts of lyrics or a song

Apple has introduced another interesting news related to Apple Music with iOS 14.5 beta 2. Yesterday, Apple released the second beta version of iOS 14.5 containing several new features, including over 200 new emojis and more. Developer Federico Viticci today discovered another new feature introduced in the new update:… Read More