Apple’s location-tracking Tags might finally launch later this year

After months of rumors and speculation, it looks like Apple will produce tens of millions of its ultra-wideband trackers (tentatively called AirTags or Apple Tags) by the end of the year, possibly by the third quarter, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts (via 9to5Mac). The existence of Apple Tags / AirTags was leaked by numerous outlets last year. Images showed a … Read more

Apple’s ‘CarKey’ might let you unlock your car with your iPhone

Apple released the first beta of iOS 13.4 today, and it apparently has an unannounced feature that might let you unlock, lock, and start your car with your iPhone or Apple Watch, as spotted by 9to5Mac. The iOS 13.4 beta has references to a new “CarKey” API, according to 9to5Mac, which could let you hold your iPhone or … Read more

Apple Watch might soon get Touch ID feature

SAN FRANCISCO : Apple is working towards introducing Touch ID feature in the Apple Watch, according to a patent application filed last year by the iPhone maker and recently published by the US Patent and Trademark Office. “Today the US Patent & Trademark Office published yet another patent application from Apple that covers moving the internal … Read more

Apple Might Double the Refresh Rate With 120Hz Display on iPhones in 2020

There have been 15 different iPhone models so far, and all can be described with an almost similar description when it comes to the display. However, this may not hold true for upcoming iPhones. While each new iPhone evolves on the progress of its predecessors, the 2020 iPhone may bring some amazing surprises for Apple … Read more

Apple might put OLEDs in laptops and tablets to make up for slowing iPhone sales

Apple may use high-end OLED screens in more of its devices, not necessarily just because it wants to, but also because it may satisfy a penalty it supposedly owes to its OLED supplier, Samsung Display — after reportedly failing to buy enough iPhone screens to make good on its contract. According to a report from ETnews, … Read more

The Ultimate Cord-Cutter Solution: You Might Never Leave Your Home Again

Cord-cutting in the United States has grown insanely popular with consumers over the past several years. This is being driven by a combination of factors: anger with the incumbent cable or satellite companies over paying too much for premium channels; the fact that today’s consumers no longer are confined to their living rooms and want … Read more

Sharp might launch two new smartphones on July 17

Japanese smartphone manufacturer Sharp was the first among the lot to come up with bezel free smartphone. Although Xiaomi Mi Mix staged up the feature to gain popularity and now several manufacturers are following the lead. Rumors are that Sharp will soon launch two new smartphones with minimalistic bezel display. If the rumors are true … Read more

Nougat update for Huawei Honor 6X might not arrive in March after all

Earlier this month, Huawei confirmed that the Nougat update for the Honor 6X will start rolling out in March. That was indeed a pleasant surprise given that the company had earlier said the rollout would begin in Q2 this year. However, turns out that’s not the case. The source of the report has now clarified … Read more

Sony might unveil a 4K, SD835 flagship at MWC, along with four other phones

Keeping to its usual schedule, MWC 2017 is now just about a month away. Excitement over at camp Sony is pretty high and the official event time is already set – February 27, at 7:30 GMT. There have been a few renders and photos floating about recently, but nothing really all that revealing. Well, a … Read more

After-hours buzz: MYL, S, TWTR & moreThe bank rally might just be getting started

A sector that has gained 24 percent in barely seven weeks would seem primed for a pullback. But for banks, there looks to be room to run yet. After trailing the market for much of the nearly eight-year bull run, financials only recently have become outperformers. Their massive runup since the Nov. 8 election has … Read more