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Apple’s iPhone loses European market share, could be in for a tougher time in 2019

Apple's iPhone could be facing some tougher times, based on the newest information from research firm Canalys. According to the company, the tech-maker...

Xiaomi’s ‘Mimoji’ avatars look awfully familiar

So Xiaomi might have knicked a few ideas from another smartphone maker for cute 3D avatars, and called it Mimoji. Where have we seen this before?

iStore’s ‘Big Annual Sale’ starts this Thursday

The annual Apple iStore sale is almost upon us, and will be available at all iStores nationally from 23 May to 9 June.

iOS 13: Everything we know about Apple’s upcoming mobile OS so far

This year at WWDC we’ll likely see Apple announce its latest software, iOS 13 for its mobile lineup. Here’s what we know so far.

Rumour suggests we’ll see Apple’s AirPods 3.0 before the end of the year

Apple’s AirPods 2.0 haven’t even reached all its shipping destinations yet, and rumours are already rolling in that we’ll likely see an updated version soon… Very soon.

15 Apple products that changed the way we look at tech

What with Apple cancelling its failed AirPower mat, we’ve decided to look on the bright and shiny side, and find some of Apple’s best tech from a time when Steve Jobs steered the ship.

Apple’s rumoured AR headset could appear next year, may require an iPhone to function

Apple is supposed to have an augmented reality headset in development, though the company is being typically close-mouthed about any plans they have in that direction. But folks are on the lookout for signs of Apple's AR headset, and there is talk that we're going to see it in 2020. 

iPhone users will now be able to play remotely on a PS4

The latest update to the PlayStation 4 operating system includes the ability to properly sync with iOS devices and enable PS4 Remote Play.

Paging Dr. Strange – The Litho AR controller looks awfully familiar

Virtual reality is coming, whether your stomach can take it or not. This new form of technology, involving interacting with things that aren't there, almost demands a new form of user interface. We're not sure what those interfaces might look like beyond existing controllers but Litho has a few opinions on the matter. 

Apple looking at altering how iPhone prices are set internationally

Every year we get a new iPhone. Well, every year Apple releases a new iPhone. You can get it, if you want or if budget allows. But every year we also get a price increase for said iPhone, a phenomenon that prompted Apple to start releasing explicitly cheaper editions of their mobile phone. But, if Apple’s Tim Cook is to be believed, we could experience something strange soon. The price of an...[Read More]

Apple wound up replacing 11 million iPhone batteries in 2018

Apple recently announced that it was expecting revenues to take a hit, as a result of several factors. Economic slowdown and increased competition from China were blamed but another cause seems to be the company’s discounted battery replacement program. Apple may have been expecting to replace between one and two million batteries for the year but things didn’t work out that way. Accor...[Read More]

Triple the fun? Apple is planning three iPhones this year

Apple thinks it’s found the recipe for Tim Cook’s happiness, and will release three new iPhones to the world in 2019. This year we’ll likely see another ‘budget’ device like the iPhone XR — something many users were looking forward to in 2018 (especially in the harsh South African economy). Apple will also continue the newly acquired tradition of offering multiple sizes at multiple price poi...[Read More]

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