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  1. American Heart Association says iPhone 12 MagSafe will interfere with pacemakers and defibrillators Journal of the American Heart Association yesterday published a new research report which confirmed that Apple iPhone 12-series MagSafe technology will interfere with pacemakers and defibrillators. Apple iPhone 12 series comes with an array of magnets that has the capacity to generate magnet fieldstrength >50 gauss (G). AHA concluded that Apple iPhone 12 can cause magnet interference on CIEDs and has the potential to inhibit lifesaving therapy. You can rea
  2. Apple may switch to its own 5G iPhone modems by 2023 Qualcomm will remain its 5G chip supplier until then, said analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Engadget Apple's purchase of Intel's 5G smartphone modem business in 2019 may start to pay dividends by 2023, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a report from MacRumors. Apple's first iPhones using its own custom-designed 5G chips will appear in 2023 "at the earliest," he wrote. If that proves accurate, Apple will rely on Qualcomm to supply its modems for at least a couple more generations of iPhones. "We predi
  3. Apple patents tech for under-screen Touch ID on iPhone Apple has just filed a patent relating to under-screen Touch ID - indicating that this is something it is looking in to. If you want your next iPhone to have a fingerprint scanner you may be pleased to learn that Apple has filed a patent for tech described as "Under-display fingerprint sensing based on off-axis angular light". Essentially under screen Touch ID. While this won't be the news that fans of the Home button were hoping for (they'll still have to make do with the iPhone SE or an old iPhone 8 - r
  4. Apple's iPhone might get a periscope camera, but don't expect it very soon The iPhone will get a periscope lens for its telephoto camera, a new report says, but don't expect it before 2023. This is according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via MacRumors), who previously said the iPhone might get such a camera as early as 2022, but has now pushed his prediction into 2023. Smartphones with periscope lens cameras have been around for a few years. China's Oppo was the first company to show a working prototype phone with such a camera, giving it 5x lossless zoom.
  5. iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 Unc0ver 6.0 Jailbreak Released with iPhone 6s – iPhone 12 Support Less than a week after teasing an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak for iPhone 12 and lower devices, @Pwn20wnd has released Unc0ver 6.0 to the public. This marks the first public release of an iOS 14 – iOS 14.3 jailbreak that supports newer iPhones like the iPhone 12, iPhone 11, etc. This is a full-fledged jailbreak release as it features tweak injection via Substitute and has Cydia for package management. Unc0ver uses an implementation similar to the cicuta_verosa exploit that wa
  6. New app Thy Phone beings some of Your Phone’s features to the iPhone In as much as many Android users are envious of the special treatment Samsung gets from Microsoft, iPhone users have even less support, with Continue on PC the only iPhone/PC integration available to them. Developer Peter Freeman Foot has seen an opportunity and created the Thy Phone app for Windows 10 which brings some of the features of Your Phone to iOS. Specifically, the Thy Phone app will let you make hands-free calls from your PC, transmit audio from your
  7. iPhone 12 Pro Max Named Most Popular 5G Smartphone in United States Apple's iPhone 12 Pro Max held the title of most popular 5G smartphone in 49 of 50 U.S. states as of January 2021, according to PCMag, citing data from Speedtest.net parent company Ookla and research firm M Science. The methodology behind the rankings: M Science directly tracks sales, and gave us cumulative sales figures up until Jan. 23. Ookla looks at the usage of its Speedtest apps on consumers' phones, and gave us data for tests taken in January. They agree that the iPhone 1
  8. Apple is reportedly working on a MagSafe battery pack for the iPhone A magnetic battery pack? Sign us up. What you need to know Code in the second iOS 14.5 beta talks about a new "Mobile Charge Mode." It also points to a new battery pack that uses MagSafe to attach to the iPhone. As reported by WCCFTech, it appears that Apple may finally be working on that MagSafe battery pack that we all have wanted since the iPhone 12 lineup was released last fall. Steve Moser, a contributing writer at MacRumors, noticed code in the second b
  9. Prosser: 2021 iPhone has smaller notch & 1TB memory In his latest video well-known Apple leaker Jon Prosser reveals details about the iPhone 13 (or rather iPhone 12s) In his latest video well-known Apple leaker Jon Prosser reveals the latest leaks about the upcoming iPhone 13. The notch is getting smaller - but probably not in the way you were hoping. Rumours about a smaller notch have been circulating for a while and it is at the top of the wish list for many iPhone fans, but there is new information about this in Prosser's latest video.
  10. Apple researching 'light folding' to make periscope lenses for iPhone A newly-revealed patent application shows that Apple is pressing ahead with its search for a "folding camera" for the iPhone. Apple has been expected to develop a "folding camera" for a future iPhone. Most recently, Apple has reportedly been searching for a supplier to make such a periscope lens, and now a new patent application explains the thinking behind it. It's previously been reported that a folding lens system could reduce the camera bump on the back of i
  11. Apple registers record iPhone sales in India - It may be the new start it was expecting 5G demand may push it further up (Image credit: TechRadar) A report from analytics firms Counterpoint Research and CyberMedia Research (CMR) suggest that Apple may have doubled its year-on-year iPhone sales in India in the company's fourth quarter of 2020. Apple shipped more than 1.5 million iPhone units in India in the quarter that ended in December, up 100% on its year-on-year performance.
  12. How to share location on iPhone Whether it's to say you're home safe, or that you're on your way, you can get your iPhone to tell someone exactly where you are. Here's what you have to do. Usually the complaint is that too much location data is being shared by various apps on your iPhone, but sometimes you actively want to tell people where you are. Maybe you're meeting colleagues, maybe you want your partner to know you've safely arrived somewhere. You decide whether they get your location once, or permanently. And you start by s
  13. Report: This year’s iPhones may have in-screen Touch ID Also, the charging port might be retired. Enlarge / The iPhone 12 and 12 Pro. The next iPhones aren't expected to change looks very much. Samuel Axon 55 with 47 posters participating This weekend, business publication Bloomberg ran a plethora of articles sharing details about various upcoming Apple products. We previously covered what Bloomberg's sources said about the Mac lineup, but another report details upcoming iPhones. According
  14. iPhone 13 could feature next-gen vapor chamber cooling technology Running faster for longer (Image credit: Future) We've already heard a few rumors about what could be in store for the iPhone 13 later this year, and there's now a new piece of next-gen tech that we can add to the list of potential upgrades: vapor chamber cooling. As per well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, via AppleInsider, Apple is "aggressively testing" the technology to include it in future iPhones – though as yet it's not clear w
  15. Apple is reportedly prototyping foldable iPhone screens And Touch ID could return to this year’s iPhone under the display Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Apple has started work on a foldable phone, and it’s begun prototyping foldable screens internally, according to Bloomberg. A final device is likely still years away, the report says, and Apple is working on just the display for now — not the rest of the phone it would attach to. The initial prototypes sound similar
  16. A new app allows teachers to use their iPhone or iPad as an overhead camera on Zoom It’s designed to help teachers who are teaching from home due to COVID Teachers who have found themselves holding class over Zoom have probably already figured out clever hacks to show their students documents, but there’s now an app designed specifically for that purpose (via 9to5Mac). Overviewer was made by developer Charlie Chapman, and it allows teachers (or anyone, really) to easily use their phone’s camera as a replacement for an overhead document vie
  17. Apple’s iPhone has an aggravating text notifications bug An iOS 14 bug doesn’t show notifications when some new messages arrive Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge If you’ve noticed that you’re receiving SMS texts and iMessages from people but aren’t getting any notifications about them, you’re not alone. Far from it. I’m one of many people experiencing an annoying bug where messages come through fine — but without any pop-up notification or even the usual red badge to indicate that there’s a new message
  18. iPhone users are reporting severe battery drain while running iOS 14.2 Many different models affected (Image credit: Future) A month ago Apple pushed out iOS 14.2 across handsets from the iPhone 12 to the iPhone 6S, but the upgrade may not have gone as smoothly as everyone would have liked – plenty of users are now reporting battery drain problems with the updated software. As noted by MacRumors, posts on a Reddit thread and the Apple developer forum are detailing issues with big battery drops on iPhones running 14.2. Pl
  19. By Kate O'Flaherty Have you received a “weak Wi-Fi security” warning on your iPhone since upgrading to iOS 14? You are not alone, here’s what it means and how to fix it. Have you received a “weak Wi-Fi security” warning on your iPhone since upgrading to iOS 14? You are not alone, here’s what it means and how to fix it. Since upgrading to iOS 14, many users are reporting seeing a warning on their iPhone that says their Wi-Fi has “weak security.” The message, which appears under the Wi-Fi network name on your iPhone, states that WPA/
  20. Apple added a secret button to your iPhone, and you may not have even noticed Button of the Month: iOS 14’s Back Tap This story is part of a group of stories called In today’s digital age, it sometimes feels like hardware has taken a back seat to the software that drives our devices. Button of the Month is a monthly column that explores the physical pieces of our phones, tablets, and controllers that we interact with every day. Your iPhone got a new button last month, and you may not have
  21. The technology behind the iPhone lidar may be coming soon to cars How Apple made affordable lidar with no moving parts for the iPhone. Enlarge 74 with 41 posters participating, including story author At Tuesday's unveiling of the iPhone 12, Apple touted the capabilities of its new lidar sensor. Apple says lidar will enhance the iPhone's camera by allowing more rapid focus, especially in low-light situations. And it may enable the creation of a new generation of sophisticated augmented real
  22. To celebrate Christmas, Digiarty is launching a grand Christmas giveaway to offer their an ultimate iPhone iPad manager for Mac Macx MediaTrans V6.4 for free ($59.95 valued). Everyone is welcome to get a fully licensed copy for free with no strings attached! First come first served! With full GPU acceleration, Macx MediaTrans is the best way to transfer photo, video & music between iPhone iPad and Mac. New!! MacX MediaTrans features end-to-end encryption to safeguard your media files with the highest level of security! Check here: http://bit.ly/2QQnCKX How to get: Sim
  23. Which iPhones, iPads support Apple's iOS 13 and iPadOS? With the arrival this [Northern hemisphere] fall of iOS 13 and iPadOS, there's some bad news for those relying on iPhones that debuted in 2013 and 2014 and some of Apple's older iPads. Apple When it unveiled iOS 13 and iPadOS last month, Apple had bad news for those relying on iPhones that debuted in 2013 and 2014 and brushed off customers with an iPad Mini from the same years or a 2013 original iPad Air. According to Apple, iOS 13 - likely shot out of Cupertino in Sep
  24. If This Is the iPhone 11, I Buy Two of Them Right Here, Right Now - Video The current iPhone generation isn’t selling very well, and just like customers, Apple is very likely to be looking forward to the next model due in September. This is because the Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to make some significant tweaks on the new iPhones, especially because otherwise, it’s pretty clear that the days when Apple managed to set sales records would be gone. And while the company itself remains tight-lipped on everything related to a new iPhone, the fanbase o
  25. Hardware security key maker Yubico has a new product in the works to give iPhones the same authentication technology available today to Android phones and to Windows and Mac personal computers. Previewed at the CES show this week, the YubiKey for Lightning supports Apple's proprietary iPhone and iPad port on one end and the USB-C port common on Android phones and PCs. By tapping into logon standards such as FIDO 2, WebAuthn, and U2F, hardware security keys provide extra security in addition to passwords -- or sometimes with no password at all. Hardware security keys are an impo
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