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Apple Watch May Get Solid Side Touch-Sensitive Buttons: Report

Apple Watch May Get Solid Side Touch-Sensitive Buttons: Report

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The button configuration on Apple Watch would remain the same, with a button and a digital crown situated on one side of the device, but the new buttons will vibrate slightly under the fingertip.

Apple Watch may get solid side touch sensitive buttons

Apple Watch may get solid side touch sensitive buttons

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The new buttons will vibrate slightly under the fingertip, using the haptic effect Apple calls the Taptic Engine.

Report suggests Apple has reduced this year’s iPhone order by 20 percent

Report suggests Apple has reduced this year’s iPhone order by 20 percent

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There are reports claiming Apple will be making close to 80 million next-generation iPhones in 2018. But this number is said only to reflect new models that are expected to launch in September. This includes the three different devices: the 6.1-inch LCD iPhone, and a couple of iPhone X successors said to have a 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch OLED panel. Comparing this with the number of iPhones that Apple ordered for the later part of 2017, it shows a drop of 20 million units. And with this report, Apple’s investors are now said to be worried.

Apple’s latest iOS 12 has a new feature that turns AirPods into hearing aids

Apple’s latest iOS 12 has a new feature that turns AirPods into hearing aids

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Earlier this week, Apple unveiled its latest and greatest update to iOS. Called iOS 12, the new update showcased some much needed improvements to the software. Among the new features announced include simplified app closing gesture, smoother transitional animations, password autofill, turn off auto-updates, extra battery stats, custom notification banners, 30-second Animoji, and many more.

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus becomes best-selling phone in April globally; iPhone X pushed down to third place

Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus becomes best-selling phone in April globally; iPhone X pushed down to third place

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Apple continues to dominate the global best-selling smartphone models occupying five spots in the list, said the report.

Apple asks parts suppliers for 20 percent fewer components in the second half of 2018: Nikkei

Apple asks parts suppliers for 20 percent fewer components in the second half of 2018: Nikkei

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Apple expects total shipments of iPhones to be launched this year to be 80 million, less than the 100 million shipments that Apple planned.

Apple proposed a smarter Siri at WWDC developer conference

Apple proposed a smarter Siri at WWDC developer conference

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No longer is it enough for Siri to just do what you want. Apple is now developing the virtual assistant to know what users want without being asked.

All of the 88 new features coming soon to an Apple iPhone near you

All of the 88 new features coming soon to an Apple iPhone near you

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iOS 12 seems to be the next operating system everyone will be keenly looking forward to. Not only for the new features, but also because of its vast handset support and performance updates. However, apart from the performance updates and added apps, ...

Apple Is Playing It Safe This Year With iPhone Production

Apple Is Playing It Safe This Year With iPhone Production

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Last year there were numerous reports that Apple NASDAQ AAPL had reduced its orders 160 for iPhone X in the months following the flagship s launch which suggested that demand for the smartphone may not have been as strong as anticipated At the same time CEO Tim Cook

Lizzy Caplan joins Apple series 'Are You Sleeping?'

Lizzy Caplan joins Apple series 'Are You Sleeping?'

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Actor Lizzy Caplan is set to star alongside Octavia Spencer in upcoming Apple series "Are You Sleeping?".

Apple is trying to slow down the crazy smartphone hype cycle

Apple is trying to slow down the crazy smartphone hype cycle

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There was no hardware at this year's WWDC. The move comes as a surprise but Apple is subtly encouraging people to use their devices for longer

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