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Apple Card confirmed launching in August

Apple CEO Tim Cook informed investors during today’s earnings call that Apple Card will launch in August.

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Apple celebrating ‘National Fitness Day’ in China with new Apple Watch Activity Challenge

Apple has set its next Apple Watch Activity for August 8th. This time around, the challenge will be exclusive to China, with Apple celebrating the country’s “National Fitness Day.”

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Apple promises two new Apple Stores in Japan this year

New images posted to Apple’s website reveal the opening of two new stores in Japan for later this year. The stylized logos are accompanied by text reading “planned for 2019.”

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What’s new in iOS 13 developer beta 5?

Apple today has released the fifth developer betas of iOS 13, tvOS 13, and iPadOS 13. These updates come just under two weeks after the release of beta 4, and include several notable changes.

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5G will be featured in all 2020 iPhones

5G connectivity will feature in all three iPhone models launching next year, according to a new research note from a trusted analyst.

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16-inch Macbook Pro with narrow bezels will be coming in September

Rumors of the 16-inch MacBook Pro will not die down. Today, Digitimes says that Apple has asked Quanta to manufacture the new MacBook Pro, which will feature narrower bezels to accomodate a 16-inch LCD display in ‘the same body’ as the current 15-inch MacBook Pro.

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Adapting iPhone and Apple Watch to a 3-day power outage

It’s easy to dismiss how reliant a modern lifestyle is on the ability to constantly charge batteries and consume large quantities of data over WiFi. Even minor interruptions to internet and electrical services can be frustrating inconveniences, but how do iPhones, Apple Watches, and Macs fare during an extended period off the grid? I unexpectedly found out this week.

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Carrot Weather app gets a big iPad update

Everyone’s favorite sarcastic AI taskmaster weather app has received a big update.

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Details about the upcoming iPhone 11

Similar to last year’s introduction of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR, Apple will release three new ‘iPhone 11’ models this fall. The new iPhones will feature the Apple A13 chip, internally known by its platform codename Cebu, model T8030.

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Apple may switch from OLED screens to microLED for Apple Watch

Apple is apparently in advanced talks with Taiwanese display manufacturers to introduce microLED displays into its products as soon as next year, via Economic Daily News.

The company is apparently readying an Apple Watch featuring a microLED screen, replacing the current OLED panel manufactured by LG Display.

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