21.5-inch iMac stock in short supply from Apple

Supply of Apple’s 21.5-inch iMac appears to be constrained, with the company’s own online storefront showing expected delivery dates for some models pushed back by a week or more. The most affordable 21.5-inch iMac configuration, which boasts a base 2.3GHz Intel Core i5 processor and standard 1920-by-1080 display, is showing estimated ship times of about… Continue reading 21.5-inch iMac stock in short supply from Apple

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Apple Claims to Save 861,000 Tons of Metal by Not Bundling Power Adapters with iPhone

Apple is often considered a trendsetter in the smartphone industry. The company introduced display notch others followed suit, they ditched 3.5mm audio jack, and companies like Samsung did the same. Last year Apple stopped bundling Wall Charger and EarPods, citing environmental reason. As expected, Samsung started taking potshots at Apple only to ditch wall chargers… Continue reading Apple Claims to Save 861,000 Tons of Metal by Not Bundling Power Adapters with iPhone

What to Expect From Apple’s April 20 Event: New iPads, AirTags and More

Apple is planning to hold its first event of 2021 on Tuesday, April 20, and it’s looking like it will be an iPad-centric event. There are several iPad refreshes rumored to be coming for the iPad Pro, iPad mini, and low-cost ‌iPad‌. We may also see the launch of the AirTags, and there are new… Continue reading What to Expect From Apple’s April 20 Event: New iPads, AirTags and More

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OPPO Watch and Band Now Support iPhone and Apple Health Syncing

Owners of OPPO’s Watch and Band wearables can now use their devices with iPhone, thanks to OPPO’s HeyTap Health companion app making it onto the App Store. Spotted by XDA Developers, the HeyTap app lets OPPO users collect and analyze fitness tracking data collected by the wearables. Users can personalize watch faces, customize workout and… Continue reading OPPO Watch and Band Now Support iPhone and Apple Health Syncing

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Apple’s Lisa Jackson joins Time 2030: ‘Equity should be the bedrock of environmental progress’

Apple’s Lisa Jackson has joined the Time 2030 Committee, penning a brief article stressing the need to tackle climate change by working with the communities most impacted by it. Jackson’s article, published Thursday, states, “If we want to stave off the worst impacts of climate change, we’ll do it by bringing the communities most affected… Continue reading Apple’s Lisa Jackson joins Time 2030: ‘Equity should be the bedrock of environmental progress’

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High definition iPhone 13 mini CAD renders expose its camera design

This fall, we expect Apple to unveil four new iPhones. These devices will be in the iPhone 13 series. According to reports, this series will have iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. The screen size of these devices will be the same as that of the iPhone 12 series.… Continue reading High definition iPhone 13 mini CAD renders expose its camera design

Developer Reports Another VPN Scam As Fleeceware Apps Continue to Clog Apple App Store

Just a few days after he highlighted a VPN scam running on iOS App Store, developer Eleftheriou has reported many other fleeceware apps that continue to clog Apple App Store. FlickType keyboard developer Kosta Eleftheriou has now been in a battle with Apple for quite some time. The issue started when a clone of the… Continue reading Developer Reports Another VPN Scam As Fleeceware Apps Continue to Clog Apple App Store

You Can Finally Install Windows 10 on Apple’s M1 MacBooks

Apple announced its custom ARM-based M1 Mac mini and M1 MacBooks last year. Even though the MacBooks have impressed the masses in almost all of the scenarios, it has failed to perform on one front. The ARM-based Macs do not support running Windows 10 via Boot Camp. Run Windows 10 on Apple M1 Mac Now,… Continue reading You Can Finally Install Windows 10 on Apple’s M1 MacBooks

Colors in Apple’s spring event invitation hint at ‘a lot of things,’ leaker says

While Apple has largely stopped the practice of dropping hints in its press event invitations, a leaker claims the colors on display in this week’s “Spring Loaded” invite could hint at future products. In a tweet on Wednesday, accurate Apple product leaker “L0vetodream” presented a breakdown of Apple’s “Spring Loaded” invitation, slicing the stylized apple… Continue reading Colors in Apple’s spring event invitation hint at ‘a lot of things,’ leaker says

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Apple Celebrates Earth Day by Donating $1 for Every Apple Store Purchase Made With Apple Pay

From now until April 22, Apple will be donating $1 to Conservation International for every Apple Pay purchase made on Apple.com, through the Apple Store app, or in Apple retail stores. The donations will be made in celebration of Earth Day, which takes place on April 22. Conservation International works to spotlight and secure the… Continue reading Apple Celebrates Earth Day by Donating $1 for Every Apple Store Purchase Made With Apple Pay

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