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We didn’t get any new hardware at WWDC, but we did learn some things about the next iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and AirPods.
After what Apple showed at WWDC, you’d be crazy to buy a new Mac right now.
Tech enthusiasts, us included, could learn a thing or two about stepping back from fighting over iOS vs Android and just celebrate that Apple is striving to make its iPhone software better.
We’ve already written about what we expect to see to see at WWDC. Now let’s talk about what we don’t expect—and why we might get it.
Android’s Smart Unlock is the perfect solution to the problem of Face ID not working when you’re wearing a mask.
Apple is rumored to be splitting the iPhone 12 into distinct pro and non-pro divisions, and that could mean big changes are coming down the road.
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Remember SteamVR on Mac? Nobody else did, either, so it’s gone now.
Apple is set to launch an all-5G lineup with the iPhone 12, but if you were prepared for a price hike, you're in for a pleasant surprise.
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In a world where Huawei can’t be the one to keep Samsung on their toes when it comes to Android smartphones, it’s not impossible to imagine LG might end up picking up the mantle.
Lenovo are looking to join the growing gaggle of gaming smartphones.
The iPhone 11 Pro feels like the first iPhone in a long time that might actually given me a good enough reason to seriously consider buying back in.
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