Here’s footage of an iPhone 7 that caught fire; Apple is investigating the issue
Footage of an iPhone that caught fire and melted through its case is doing the rounds on Twitter. The phone, belonging to Brianna Olivas was apparently on a dresser when it spontaneously combusted. Olivas’ boyfriend saw the device smoking and threw it into the bathroom before he began recording the smoking phone. So my IPhone 7 plus blew up this morning was not even using it, literally no explanation for this pic.twitter.com/sQ8CJt4Y69 — Bree✨ (@briannaolivas_) 23 February 20...
More than 25 wireless carriers are already testing high-speed 5G tech
The advent of 5G may be closer than you think. A recent survey shows that more than 25 mobile carriers are already testing 5G solutions in the lab, and some have begun to deploy them. The post More than 25 wireless carriers are already testing high-speed 5G tech appeared first on Digital Trends.
GBoard for iPhone gets new languages, voice-to-text in huge update
If you’ve become a fan of GBoard since it was first introduced back in May, then you’ll probably like what’s coming today. Google has announced a new update for GBoard that adds a lot of new functionality and support, including support for iOS 10 emoji at long last. On top of that, the number of supported languages is getting a … Continue reading...
ColorWare will paint your Apple AirPods any color
 White AirPods are fine. I guess. If you like boring. But for the rest of us, ColorWare is now offering its aftermarket painting service for Apple’s wireless earbuds and there’s a multitude of color options. The company will even paint the case for an extra few dollars. ColorWare has been around since the early 2000s. These folks know what they’re doing, offering a variety… Read More ...
ColorWare will paint your Apple AirPods any color
 White AirPods are fine. I guess. If you like boring. But for the rest of us, ColorWare is now offering its aftermarket painting service for Apple’s wireless earbuds and there’s a multitude of color options. The company will even paint the case for an extra few dollars. ColorWare has been around since the early 2000s. These folks know what they’re doing, offering a variety… Read More ...
Apple will use Microsoft’s Windows Hello-style facial recognition hardware in iPhone 8, suggests analyst
The iPhone 8 is promising to be something really special. With all the news about its all-glass body, stainless steel frame, lack of physical buttons, a touchscreen that doubles as a fingerprint sensor, wireless charging support and just about everything but the kitchen sink, why would it not? Adding to all this awesome is news from Ming-Chi Kuo himself, the KGI Securities analyst with an uncanny ability to sniff out all of Apple’s little secrets. If you’ve been religiously following...
Apple will not ape the Amazon Echo but Siri will simply learn to do more
AI assistants these days can only get better and smarter, but while Google and Amazon are trying to get their assistants into your living room (Echo and Home), Apple indeed seems to be least interested in this approach. According to Time magazine, Apple has no apparent interest in copying the Echo. What this means is that we should not expect an Amazon Echo-like Siri speaker coming from Apple in the near future. The news comes from Tim Bajarin who spoke to Apple executives and gave out...
Apple will not ape the Amazon Echo but Siri will simply learn to do more
AI assistants these days can only get better and smarter, but while Google and Amazon are trying to get their assistants into your living room (Echo and Home), Apple indeed seems to be least interested in this approach. According to Time magazine, Apple has no apparent interest in copying the Echo. What this means is that we should not expect an Amazon Echo-like Siri speaker coming from Apple in the near future. The news comes from Tim Bajarin who spoke to Apple executives and gave out...
Apple Car rumor roundup: Here’s all you need to know about ‘Project Titan’
Apple is almost undoubtedly working on its very first passenger car, but official details are unsurprisingly scarce. We’ve compiled all the relevant rumors and evidence about the forthcoming vehicle here. The post Apple Car rumor roundup: Here’s all you need to know about ‘Project Titan’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Apple will use Microsoft’s Windows Hello-style facial recognition hardware in iPhone 8, suggests analyst
The iPhone 8 is promising to be something really special. With all the news about its all-glass body, stainless steel frame, lack of physical buttons, a touchscreen that doubles as a fingerprint sensor, wireless charging support and just about everything but the kitchen sink, why would it not? Adding to all this awesome is news from Ming-Chi Kuo himself, the KGI Securities analyst with an uncanny ability to sniff out all of Apple’s little secrets. If you’ve been religiously following...
Apple Campus 2 officially named Apple Park, will open its doors in April
After years of hearing about it, it seems that Apple Campus 2 – now named “Apple Park” – will be ready to house employees beginning in April. The project was first announced in 2013 by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. At the time, completion was originally scheduled for 2015. It’s clear now that Apple missed that original goal pretty significantly, … Continue reading...
Apple will not ape the Amazon Echo but Siri will simply learn to do more
AI assistants these days can only get better and smarter, but while Google and Amazon are trying to get their assistants into your living room (Echo and Home), Apple indeed seems to be least interested in this approach. According to Time magazine, Apple has no apparent interest in copying the Echo. What this means is that we should not expect an Amazon Echo-like Siri speaker coming from Apple in the near future. The news comes from Tim Bajarin who spoke to Apple executives and gave out...
App Store change boosted paid apps, pushed down those with in-app purchases
It might have been for an instant, but some eagle-eyed folks noticed that paid apps were more prominent in the App Store's Top Grossing charts than other apps that emphasize in-app purchases. The post App Store change boosted paid apps, pushed down those with in-app purchases appeared first on Digital Trends.
Apple will use Windows Hello-style facial recognition hardware in iPhone 8, suggests analyst
The iPhone 8 is promising to be something really special. With all the news about its all-glass body, stainless steel frame, lack of physical buttons, a touchscreen that doubles as a fingerprint sensor, wireless charging support and just about everything but the kitchen sink, why would it not? Adding to all this awesome is news from Ming-Chi Kuo himself, the KGI Securities analyst with an uncanny ability to sniff out all of Apple’s little secrets. If you’ve been religiously following...
Strava fitness app arrives for Apple Watch Series 2
The fitness app Strava has arrived for the Apple Watch Series 2, the company behind it has announced. This gives athletes and other users the ability to use the Strava app and the Series 2 wearable without an iOS tether, and enables the fitness app to fully utilize the watch’s GPS feature, among other things. This announcement follows Strava’s support … Continue reading...
Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time
Everyone likes apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest apps on sale in the iOS App Store. The post Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time appeared first on Digital Trends....
Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time
Everyone likes apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App Store. The post Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time appeared first on Digital Trends....
You can now read the fine print with this hidden iOS 10 camera feature
iPhone cameras can double as magnifying glasses -- if you know how to access the hidden camera mode introduced with iOS 10. Just one setting change and three taps brings up the feature. The post You can now read the fine print with this hidden iOS 10 camera feature appeared first on Digital Trends.
March 2017 iPad Pro event tipped for 10.5-inch Chromebook rival
Apple is planning a clean sweep of its iPad Pro range for 2017, with talk of four new models of the tablet including an all-new screen size seemingly targeting Chromebook buyers. Though the iPad hasn’t seen quite the bumper performance that Apple’s iPhone has in recent quarters, and analysts peg tablet sales overall as slumping, the Cupertino slate is still … Continue reading...
How to get Unown in Pokemon GO: Rare but not quite Legendary
Today we’re going to talk about the rarest of the rare Pokemon in the game Pokemon GO for Gen 2 and beyond. These are the Unown, the letters of the game. This game – like previous Pokemon games – have 26+ Pokemon in the “Unown” category, each assigned to their own letter or character. Some of the Unown are not … Continue reading...