Back to the Mac is a new series that digs deeper into macOS. Each week, I will review unique apps, reveal tips and tricks, and teach you how to further customize your Mac experience. This week, we will look into adding “Hey Siri” support on your Mac.
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Back to the Mac is a new series that digs deeper into the macOS operating system. Each week, I will review unique apps, reveal tips and tricks, and teach you how to further customize your Mac experience. This week, we will look into my top app picks for your Mac.
Continue reading Back to the Mac: Most useful Mac apps
AirPower, Apple’s long-awaited wireless charging solution is finally coming after it missed the 2018 deadline, ChargerLab has learned from Apple’s Asia supply chain, who have claimed that both Chinese manufacturers Luxshare Precision and Pegatron has started production of the AirPower. For those unfamiliar with the matter, Luxshare is also responsible for the manufacturing of AirPods and USB-C cables.
Continue reading Apple’s Long-Awaited Wireless Charging Mat AirPower Is Finally Coming
In 2018, IKEA announced they had plans to introduce a line of smart blinds, now, they have officially gone on sale in Germany. IKEA then announced they will bring their ‘Fyrtur’ HomeKit-enabled blinds to the United States starting on April 1st, 2019. Here’s what we know so far.
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iOS met its biggest redesign with iOS 7, Apple switched from skeuomorphism to a Flat Material UI, but, with a serious redesign expected in iOS 13, we expect more than just a visual change.
Continue reading This Is How iOS 13 Should Look Like.
Apple Maps was available on iPhones in India for years, but it lacked turn-by-turn navigation. Now, Apple finally rolls out the feature to iOS users in India.
Continue reading Apple Maps Navigation Now Available In India.
According to a new report, the supplier behind the iPhone’s optical sensors for Face ID, have developed a new light and infrared proximity sensor that can go behind the OLED display, removing the need for a notch. Here’s what we know.
Continue reading Report: Apple Face ID supplier has developed a new sensor that goes behind the OLED panel