Kuo: Apple’s mixed reality headset gets support for Wi-Fi 6E

The unannounced Apple VR-cum AR headset will support Wi-Fi 6E, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. For example, Apple wants to realize a higher bandwidth and lower the latency with regard to its mixed reality glasses, according to the analyst. Apple is adding support for the Wi-Fi 6E protocol so that the headset does not require … Read more

Tim Cook wants to launch one big new product before departure

This month marks exactly ten years since Tim Cook took office as CEO of Apple. The chances of him sticking to it for another ten years seem very slim. Still, Cook has big plans… Tim Cook: one more big new product It’s an open secret within Apple itself: Tim Cook (1960) would like to unveil … Read more

Bloomberg: Apple to unveil Mac mini with more ports this fall

Apple would like to present a new version of the Mac mini this fall with more connections, an M1X soc and a new design. So says Bloomberg author Mark Gurman. Last year there was already a Mac mini with M1-soc. The new Mac mini would serve as a replacement for the current Intel model, which … Read more

Twitter test feature that allows direct subscription to newsletters

Twitter is testing a feature that allows users to directly subscribe to a newsletter from other Twitter users who use Revue’s paid newsletter service. The button will be shown on the web, in the Android app and for a limited number of followers for the time being. The functionality is available to all users of … Read more

Bloomberg: Face ID may be coming to Macs ‘within a few years’

Apple may be bringing Face ID to Macs in the coming years. In time, the company could also provide all iPhone and iPad models with Face ID. With that, future iPhone SE phones and non-Pro iPads would also get the facial recognition function. Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman expects implementing Face ID across all of its … Read more

DuckDuckGo Introduces Free Email Forwarding Service That Removes Trackers

DuckDuckGo has introduced Email Protection, a free email service that removes trackers from emails and can forward those emails to other email services, such as Gmail and Outlook. Users can create private email addresses and also deactivate them. Email Protection is not an email service like Gmail and Outlook, where users can read and create … Read more

Bloomberg: New iPhones will get always-on display this year jaar

The iPhones that come out in 2021 may get an always-on display. Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman reports this based on his own sources. The phones would also get a smaller notch in the screen. Bloomberg writes that the upcoming iPhones will get a new screen, which should enable an “Apple Watch-like always-on mode”. That is … Read more

Bloomberg: New iPhones will get always-on display this year

The iPhones that come out in 2021 may get an always-on display. Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman reports this based on his own sources. The phones would also get a smaller notch in the screen. Bloomberg writes that the upcoming iPhones will get a new screen, which should enable an “Apple Watch-like always-on mode”. That is … Read more

Apple opens large offices outside headquarters because Silicon Valley is too expensive

Apple would struggle to find enough engineers and designers in the American Silicon Valley. That’s why the company would like to open more large offices in other regions and countries, writes Bloomberg author Mark Gurman. Engineers and designers find the costs of living in Silicon Valley too high, writes Gurman in his newsletter. That’s why … Read more

Facebook unveils its own newsletter platform Bulletin

Facebook announced its own newsletter platform on Tuesday. Bulletin lets writers create and send newsletters to subscribers. For the time being, Facebook will not ask for money from writers who publish via Bulletin. With Bulletin, Facebook wants to compete with Substack. Through Substack, writers can charge their followers for their newsletters. Substack receives a share … Read more