Apple AirPower Wireless Charging Pad Unveiled, Will Launch in 2018

Apple AirPower Wireless Charging Pad Unveiled, Will Launch in 2018

One of the major takeaways from Apple’s Tuesday iPhone launch event was that the Cupertino-based company is now actively pushing wireless charging on its devices. All the three new iPhone models, thanks to their glass back design, come with support for third-party Qi wireless chargers. Apple’s own wireless charger isn’t ready for prime time though. Called the AirPower charging pad, it was announced at the event for release next year. The Apple AirPower charging pad is essentially a wireless charging accessory that will allow users to charge multiple devices such as the Apple Watch,…

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iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Event: How to Watch the Keynote Live

iPhone X, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus Event: How to Watch the Keynote Live

The big Apple event is upon us. At the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Campus in Cupertino on Tuesday, Apple executives will bolt on stage to unveil as many as three new iPhone models, a new Apple Watch, and new software features as the company pushes to show how it is still the home of cutting edge technologies. If you’re looking forward to the iPhone unveiling — and you probably should as the event marks the 10th anniversary of the original iPhone – the good news is that much like previous years, Apple will…

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Zeiss VR One Connect Brings PC-Powered SteamVR Games to Mobile Headsets

Zeiss VR One Connect Brings PC-Powered SteamVR Games to Mobile Headsets

Ahead of IFA 2017, Zeiss and SteamVR have together announced a new VR streaming solution called Zeiss VR One Connect that brings PC-powered VR gaming to smartphones inside mobile VR headsets. Alongside, Zeiss unveiled wireless controllers that will be linked to the smartphone via Bluetooth. This new technology comes as a breakthrough in the gaming sphere and Zeiss says that it requires iPhone or Android smartphone with 4.7-inch to 5.5-inch display. For the headset, the company recommends its own VR One, however, other wearables can be used too. In order to make this mechanism work,…

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iPhone 8, iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, LTE Apple Watch Will Reportedly Launch on September 12

iPhone 8, iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, LTE Apple Watch Will Reportedly Launch on September 12

If you have been following the iPhone 8 leaks for a while and can’t wait to find out when the handset will be launched, you might want to block your date for September 12. Apple is reportedly set to unveil not only the near bezel-less iPhone 8, the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and an new Apple Watch with LTE cellular data at event next month. A new model of the Apple TV streaming box is also expected, with 4K HDR streaming support. According to a news report by Wall Street Journal, the Cupertino-based company is planning to…

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Apple Watch to Support All Workouts Soon, iOS 11 Beta Code Hints

Apple Watch to Support All Workouts Soon, iOS 11 Beta Code Hints

The firmware of Apple’s smart speaker HomePod and iOS 11 beta have shown several plans that the tech giant has for its customers with latest files revealing that the Apple Watch would soon support new workouts. A website dedicated to Apple ‘iHelp BR’ has found assets hinting that the Apple Watch will support “virtually every workout under the Sun”. Files discovered in the latest iOS 11 beta release suggest Apple is planning to add a host of exercises to Apple Watch’s Workout app with the launch of watchOS 4 which is expected in September. iHelp BR found icons and titles for what…

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Facebook AR Glasses Patent Reveals a Transparent Display Design

Facebook AR Glasses Patent Reveals a Transparent Display Design

A patent application filed earlier this week has revealed that Facebook is working on developing augmented reality(AR) glasses that could blend digital objects with the physical world. According to a report in Quartz on Friday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had previously shown photos of similar glasses, saying that they would be the future of AR, but he did not reveal that the company was developing such a product. The Facebook CEO has been of the opinion that AR will be the next big consumer tech platform after smartphones. “Think about how many of the things you use…

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Qualcomm Unveils ‘First Depth Sensing Camera Technology’ for Android Devices

Qualcomm Unveils ‘First Depth Sensing Camera Technology’ for Android Devices

With the iPhone 8 widely expected to have depth-sensing and infrared camera abilities, it appears that Android users may not have too long to enjoy these features. Qualcomm announced new depth-sensing features that will make it to Android devices soon, enabled by new generation Spectra image signal processors and camera modules, set to launch with the next flagship Snapdragon Mobile Platform. Qualcomm on Tuesday unveiled new Spectra ISPs and camera modules with depth sensing and infrared capabilities, claiming that this is the first depth sensing camera technology designed for the Android ecosystem. The company…

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Amazon Partners Titan to Help It Foray Into the US Market

Amazon Partners Titan to Help It Foray Into the US Market

Amazon on Tuesday announced its partnership with India’s iconic lifestyle brand Titan to help it foray into the US market. Under the partnership, Amazon through its ‘Global Selling Programme’ will enable Titan take its vast range of watches to millions of global customers across ethnicities on Amazon.com in the US and eventually across other Amazon marketplaces. “We are very excited to take Titan to US and soon to all market places and Titan will be using our flagship product ‘Fulfillment by Amazon’ so that Titan can sell all their products to our…

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Apple Watch Series 3 Said to Sport LTE Connectivity

Apple Watch Series 3 Said to Sport LTE Connectivity

Apple is planning to release a version of its smartwatch later this year that can connect directly to cellular networks, a move designed to reduce the device’s reliance on the iPhone, people familiar with the matter said. Currently, Apple requires its smartwatch to be connected wirelessly to an iPhone to stream music, download directions in maps, and send messages while on the go. Equipped with LTE chips, at least some new Apple Watch models, planned for release by the end of the year, will be able to conduct many tasks without an iPhone in…

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iPod nano, shuffle Discontinued as Apple Looks to Simplify Lineup

iPod nano, shuffle Discontinued as Apple Looks to Simplify Lineup

After years of being outsold by the iPhone, the venerable iPod has taken a big step toward eventual oblivion. Apple said Thursday it was discontinuing two of the cheapest iPod models: the nano and shuffle. The two products have been removed from the Apple online store and will vanish from retail locations as well. Apple demoted the iPod’s placement in its retail stores a couple of years ago, moving the devices to the company’s accessory shelves. The $149 nano and $49 shuffle were last updated with new colors in 2015, but the nano hasn’t been…

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