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The Ultimate Guide to AirDrop on iPhone and Mac: Everything you need to know about the super convenient file transfer solution

AirDrop is Apple’s file-sharing feature that allows you to easily transfer files among Apple devices. It's arguably one of the most seamless offline file transfer methods around, and it removes the need to upload your files to the cloud and then download them onto another device. It works on all modern Apple iPhones, iPads, and...

MacBook Air with M1 drops to $850, its lowest price yet ($150 off)

The latest MacBook Air is one of the best laptops you can buy right now, as long as you don't mind using macOS over Windows or Linux. Apple updated it last year with its new ARM-based M1 chip, giving it impressive battery life and performance, all in the same thin-and-light package as older models. The...

These are the best Apple products for students: MacBook, iPad, AirTag and more

Apple has managed to establish a solid portfolio of devices for all sorts of users, be it working professionals, artists, and content creators. It's back-to-school season, which means it's a great time to invest in a new device especially if you're a student who prefers Apple’s ecosystem. From laptops to tablets, here are some of...

These are the Best Remotes for Apple TV: Logitech, GE, Inteset, and more!

Apple makes a whole suite of devices for everyone and every need. On the mobility front, there's the iPhone and iPad, running iOS and iPadOS respectively and allowing you to get stuff done on the go. On the computing front, there are several Mac computers like the iMac, the MacBook lineup or, if you want...

Google preps “Switch to Android” iOS app for migrating data from an iPhone

If you’re jumping ship from Android to iOS, Apple offers an app called Move to iOS on the Google Play Store, allowing you to seamlessly migrate your Android data to an iPhone. But if you want to do the opposite — switch from iOS to Android — Google currently doesn’t have a similar tool on...

Best places to buy the 24-inch Apple iMac M1: Amazon, Best Buy, and more

Apple’s latest 24-inch iMac has become a solid AiO solution for Mac users offering a brand new sleek design and powerful hardware powered by the company’s M1 Silicon chipset. It's available in seven vibrant colors with matching Magic Keyboard and Magic Mouse in various configurations. If you're planning to get one for yourself or your...

These are the Best Apple Watch Bands to buy in August: Supcase, Spigen, & More!

The Apple Watch is one of the best smartwatches out there and there's little doubt about that. Of course, only if you have an iPhone that is. WearOS was headed nowhere until the recent update that Google announced at Google I/O 2021, but the implementation is still dependent on OEMs. The Apple Watch offers a...

These are the Best AirPods Pro Cases in Summer 2021: Spigen, tech21, UAG, and more!

Apple’s AirPods lineup has managed to carve out a niche for itself in the market. The AirPods models, including the AirPods Pro, have become so popular that there’s now a whole accessory market for these wireless earbuds, complete with cases for the Apple-provided AirPods cases. These third-party cases help keep the whole AirPods package safe...

PlayStation 5 owners can get a six-month free trial of Apple TV+

Sony has announced a new perk for PlayStation 5 owners. Starting today, PS5 owners can get a free 6-month subscription to Apple TV+ to watch on their consoles. In order to download it, all they have to do is download the app from the Media tab on the console and then sign in with their...

Chrome 92 for iOS adds FaceID/TouchID lock support for incognito tabs

Alongside Chrome 92 for Android and desktop, Google is also rolling out the latest version of Chrome for iOS. As always, the new version brings along a host of new features and changes, including support for system-level full page screenshots, added security for Incognito tabs, and much more. One of the biggest changes in Chrome 92...

South Korea is reportedly drafting a law targeting Google and Apple’s app store duopoly

Following Google's woes in the U.S., South Korea is reportedly drafting a law targeting Google and Apple's app store duopoly. The law drafted and set to be processed as early as the 23rd of July prevents app market operators such as Google or Apple from doing the following: Forcing a specific payment method on the...

Zero-click iMessage exploit was used to spy on journalists

Apple loves to tout how its iPhone is the most secure smartphone on the planet. They recently spoke about how their smartphones are the "most secure consumer mobile device on the market"... right after researchers discovered a zero-click iMessage exploit used to spy on journalists internationally. Amnesty International published a report the other day that was...