Author: Sam D. Burr

iPhone 11 to feature multi-angle Face ID, improved low light capabilities, says report

A few weeks before Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 11, several new details have been revealed in a Bloomberg report. Many of the details appear to corroborate earlier reports, but they further confirm what to expect. According to Bloomberg, the “Pro iPhones” will indeed feature a triple-camera setup, which will allow users to […]

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Want to get laid? You could try using more emojis

People who frequently use emojis in their messages have more active sex lives than those who don’t, according to a new study. Emoji users are also more likely to get a first date, but only 28% of single Americans use them on a regular basis. Did you know that when Apple first introduced emojis to […]

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9 Apps You Should Download On Your ATV4

It’s been a few years since Apple launched the Apple TV Store and now it’s already populated by a great number of apps and games. In fact, if you just got an Apple TV and would like to get your hands on some of the best apple tv 4th generation apps, then look no further. This is […]

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Apple Maps improved in Texas, Louisiana, and Southern Mississippi

I’ve been using Apple Maps in this New Orleans since the service debuted in 2012.  While I’ve never had the problems with Apple Maps that led some others to insist upon only using Google Maps, I’ve certainly noticed some quirks along the way.  For example, there is a road I take to work every day […]

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Apple’s next iPad Pro could come with a rear triple-camera array

It’s widely expected that Apple will release an iPhone with a triple-camera array on the back, and a new rumor suggests that the company’s next iPads might also get multiple rear camera systems. Mac Otakara reports (via AppleInsider) that the next iPad Pro could come with a triple-camera array, while the regular 10.2 inch iPad […]

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Mailchimp App Store Spotlight – Gummicube

Mailchimp is an email marketing platform for small businesses, with a companion app designed to enable users to manage their contacts and emails from their mobile devices. While the app’s team understands multiple facets of marketing, mobile marketing requires a different set of tools and knowledge – specifically, it requires App Store Optimization. In this […]

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Apple lists AR/VR jobs, reportedly taps executive who finalizes products

Apple’s work on augmented reality glasses appears to be shifting into a new phase this week, as a series of recent job postings and a reported leadership change suggest the company is actively working to bring a new AR/VR platform to market. Many of the new jobs have opened up over the last week, with […]

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Apple releases iOS 12.4, macOS Mojave 10.14.6, and more security updates

Security & Privacy Apple releases iOS 12.4, macOS Mojave 10.14.6, and more security updates Posted on July 22nd, 2019 by Jay Vrijenhoek and Joshua Long Apple released updates today for all of their operating systems and the Safari browser for Mac. Here’s a brief rundown of new features and security related fixes included with each […]

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BOGO free iPhone XS, AirPlay 2-ready 4K TVs from $400, more- 9to5Mac

BOGO free iPhone XS, Max, more plans are now live via the Black Friday in July Sale, AirPlay 2-ready 4K TVs are starting from $400, and we have a new iTunes movie sale from $5. Head below the fold for more in this episode of 9to5Toys Lunch Break. Luxury Book iPhone 7 Plus Case BOGO […]

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Better and cheaper, but not the best laptop

Retina display now supports True Tone • Quieter keyboard • Touch ID sensor • More affordable than before Slower SSD versus 2018 model • Marginally faster performance • Good • but not stellar battery life The MacBook Air (2019) improves on the previous version in very minor ways. Last fall, Apple updated the MacBook Air […]

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