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Apple pulls and re-releases Safari 14.1 to address security and browsing bugs introduced by the update

After removing the update a few days ago due to many recorded problems, Apple has launched a new Safari 14.1 update for macOS Catalina and macOS Mojave users. On April 26, Apple began rolling out Safari 14.1 to address security bugs in WebKit, but the update allegedly triggered some browsing problems in Safari and other browsers. As a result, Apple halted the release on May 1 and has now resumed

In high-resolution renders, the iPhone 13 Product Red version can be seen

Apple’s next iPhones aren’t out for another 5-6 months, but the rumour mill already has news for Apple fans. According to recent leaks, the configuration of the forthcoming iPhone 13 in Product Red version has been revealed. A dual camera setup should be present on the back, according to the rendering. David Kowalski (@xleaks7) has collaborated with Coverpigtou.it to post CAD-based renders of the iPhone 13 in Product Red. The

The next-generation iPad Pro is expected to be unveiled at an Apple event on April 20

Apple announced on Tuesday that it would host a special event on April 20th, with many anticipating new iPad Pro models and other devices ahead of its annual developers’ conference in June. “Spring Loaded,” read Apple’s cryptic invitation to the press. The event will be live-streamed from the company’s Cupertino, California, campus on the company’s website, according to the company. Apple’s virtual assistant Siri, which is known for leading interested

Apple Watch could soon be regulated by blowing on it.

Apple is developing a new application that allows consumers to power their Apple Watch simply by blowing on it. Not only will the feature be included on the Apple Watch, but it will also be included on other Apple devices such as the iPhone and iPad. The Cupertino behemoth has filed a patent claim, which the US Patent and Trademark Office has issued. Apple also unveiled a non-touch user interface

Power Management Technology

Apple Inc. has decided to take over its longtime associate and provider of the Power Management Technology that powers the iPhones.  Since the launch of the first iPhone almost about a decade ago, Apple has used power management chips from Dialog to extend the battery lives. This deal is the largest that Apple will be making at 600 million with their power management technology provider Dialog. This colossal take over even overshadows the 2013