Bloomberg recently reported that Apple is exploring wireless charging technology for future iOS devices, and that other sources familiar with the company’s plans noted that Apple is working in the U.S. and in Asia to develop a distant wireless charging solution.
In recent news, Wells Fargo and Bank of American are working on bringing Apple Pay support to their ATMs, which TechCrunch reports. The source notes that ATM engineers from the two companies have been placed on duty to build out support for the company’s digital wallet system.
The upcoming iPhone 5se is already in production and will be aimed at emerging markets, according to a report by Nikkei. The smaller 4-inch iPhone 5se is expected to sport a similar iPhone 5 design, but provide as much power as the iPhone 6.
Microsoft has just released another app for iOS. This time the company has released a news app called News Pro. Read more
SKRWT is a great editing app to enhance and change up your photos with all sorts of unique tools and options. You can create quality made pictures, and turn them into backgrounds, share them, or simply keep them for memories. Read more
Want to learn how to update your Apple TV to the latest tvOS beta without using a PC, Mac, or a USB-C cable? We will teach you in this guide how to update to the newest beta without having to use the Apple Configurator 2, or Mac. Read more
DigiTimes is back at it again, and this time their sources tell them that the iPad Air 3 will not only arrive with a crisp 4K screen, and 4GB of RAM, but will have a better and longer lasting battery. Read more
After seeding the second beta of iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4 El Capitan to developers that’s signed on the Apple Developer Program, the company seeded registered public beta testers the second beta builds of iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4 to test on their iOS device or Mac. Read more
According to a new investors note that KGI’s analyst Ming-Chi Kuo sent out offers some pretty interesting information regarding the iPhone 7 Plus and its camera. Read more
Apple updated its App Store dashboard for developers on January 25, 2016. This update reflects the latest growth and decline of other iOS builds that Apple seeded to users. As of now, iOS 9 is powering 76% of all iOS devices as measured by the App Store. Read more