Apple and Zedd Collaborate to Allow GarageBand Users to Remix Hit Song ‘Clarity’

Apple today in collaboration with artist Zedd announced that a new Remix Session of Zedd’s hit dance song “Clarity” is now available in GarageBand. iPhone and iPad users can now open the GarageBand app and remix “Clarity” with guided instruction from Zedd. The free Remix Session can be downloaded in GarageBand’s Sound Library, and Zedd […]

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Indian Galaxy S21 FE users can rejoice as Android 13 update is now available!

The Galaxy S21 FE had not received the Android 13 update weeks after the Galaxy S21, Galaxy S21+, and Galaxy S21 Ultra received it. Even cheaper devices like the Galaxy A33 5G and the Galaxy A52 5G got the Android 13 update before the Galaxy S21 FE. So, users of Samsung’s latest Fan Edition phone […]

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iPhone Users Can Now Share Digital Car Keys With Pixel Users, Wider Android Support Coming Soon

In 2020, Apple introduced a digital car key feature that allows users to unlock and start a compatible vehicle by bringing an iPhone or Apple Watch near the driver-side door. The car keys are stored in the Wallet app in the same way that a credit card is. The feature is currently limited to select […]

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BeReal, Apex Legends Mobile take away Google Play Users’ Choice awards in the US

2022 is on its way out, and we are just a month away from 2023. As a tradition, Google Play is back with its Users’ Choice Awards, where it names the best Android apps and games of 2022. The list also contains 20 “Best Of” categories, which is basically a list of the 20 best […]

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Galaxy S10 5G gets November 2022 security fixes while users await an update that will never come

The Galaxy S10 5G, like the Galaxy S10e, S10, and S10+, is on a quarterly update schedule, and except the S10 Lite, none of the Galaxy S10 phones are eligible for the Android 13 update. That leaves only minor updates focusing on security and possibly one or two more point One UI releases Galaxy S10 […]

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One of the biggest One UI 5.0 features is probably pointless for many users

One UI 5.0 (and Android 13) is a considerably huge update for Samsung Galaxy smartphones (reaching nearly 3GB in size over-the-air for some of them), and Samsung has been steadily rolling it out to more and more devices over the last couple of weeks to achieve its goal of possibly completing the rollout completely before […]

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Apple Releases Another Rapid Security Response Update for iOS 16.2 Beta Users

Apple today released a Rapid Security Response update that is available for those running the iOS 16.2 beta, marking the launch of the second RSR update since the feature was released in iOS 16. The Rapid Security Response Update is designed to provide iOS 16.2 beta users with bug fixes without the need to install […]

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Half a billion WhatsApp users potentially exposed to spam and scams

A database containing the phone numbers of one-quarter of all WhatsApp users was recently put up for sale on a hacking community forum. The seller claims that the database was recent and contained 487 million phone numbers belonging to active WhatsApp users in 84 countries. WhatsApp has a user base of around 2 billion, which […]

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Galaxy F62 users now have access to Android 13 One UI 5.0 update

Just as we thought the barrage of Android 13 updates may have taken a short break, Samsung hit us with another One UI 5.0 update, this time for an inconspicuous Flipkart-exclusive device in India. Samsung is now seeding the Android 13 One UI 5.0 update for the Galaxy F62. The One UI 5.0 Galaxy F62 […]

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iCloud for Windows Users Complain of Corrupted Videos, Photos From Strangers

Apple’s iCloud for Windows software appears to experiencing serious issues for some users, with complaints on the MacRumors forums about corrupted videos and images from strangers appearing in Photo Libraries. There are a handful of complaints from customers who are running into complications with iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro models. Videos recorded on […]

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Weather vs. Yr: Which Weather App Is Better for iOS Users?

Keeping track of the weather is a good idea, regardless of whether you’re traveling somewhere new or going about your daily activities. After all, who can honestly say they enjoy getting caught in a downpour without a rain jacket on them? Related Reading: You can use the Weather app as soon as you set up […]

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iPhone 15 Redesign Tops Users’ Wish Lists, But ‘Mini’ Form Factor Still Has Its Fans

Users still want a “mini” form factor iPhone, but a complete redesign is the most-desired feature from the iPhone 15 lineup, according to a survey conducted by SellCell. SellCell asked over 2,500 ‌iPhone‌ users in the United States to gather its data. The most popular Apple device to buy over the holiday period this year […]

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Apple Releases Rapid Security Response Update for iOS 16.2 Beta Users

One of the new features in iOS 16 is Rapid Security Response, which lets Apple push out important security fixes to users without requiring a full iOS update. For users running the iOS 16.2 beta, Apple today released one of those updates to deliver unspecified bug fixes affecting the software. iOS Security Response 16.2 (a) […]

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Craig Federighi Admits Apple’s Beta Programs Don’t Provide the Interaction and Influence Many Users Desire

Apple’s senior vice president of software engineering, Craig Federighi, has admitted that the company’s beta testing program, which offers developers and public beta testers access to beta versions of iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, tvOS, and macOS, isn’t effective in giving users the amount of influence and interaction they desire. In an email exchange with MacRumors reader […]

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Report Reveals Apple Employees Internally Unhappy With Plans to Show More Ads to iPhone Users

A new report has revealed internal disagreement within Apple, causing some employees who work on the company’s ads business to raise concerns that showing more ads to iPhone users ruins the premium experience that’s been long offered to its customers, The Information reports. The lengthy report by The Information takes a deep dive into how […]

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Beta version of Google and Samsung’s Health Connect system is now available for users

Earlier this year, during Google I/O 2022, Google revealed the Health Connect hub that it co-developed with Samsung. It is a central hub for all the fitness and health data collected from wearables (such as smartwatches) and other supported equipment. Until now, Health Connect was available through Early Access, but it is now available in […]

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Some iPhone and iPad Users Seeing Strange Safari Crashes When Searching [Update: Fixed]

Some iPhone and iPad users appear to be experiencing a curious bug in Safari at the current time, with the app crashing when certain search terms are entered. The bug has been going on since last night, from what we can tell, and affected users are running a variant of iOS 16, though there are […]

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Apple Hit With Class Action Alleging It Tracks Users Despite Privacy Assurances

Apple is facing a proposed federal class action alleging that it records users’ mobile activity without their consent and despite privacy assurances, in violation of the California Invasion of Privacy Act, reports Bloomberg. In a lawsuit filed by New York citizen and iPhone 13 owner Elliot Libman, Apple is accused of “utterly false” assurances that […]

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WhatsApp rolls out Companion Mode for select beta users

WhatsApp has been working on a bunch of new features that are slated to arrive in the coming weeks for all users. For instance, the company is working on a Community feature, 32-person video calling, sending messages to yourself, etc. However, before these features make it to the stable version of WhatsApp, they are first […]

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iPhone Users in Colorado Can Now Add IDs to Wallet App

iPhone and Apple Watch owners in Colorado are now able to add their IDs and licenses to the Wallet app to serve as a form of identification in lieu of a physical card for TSA checkpoints at select airports. Colorado’s Department of Revenue announced the news today, and said that the Wallet-based ID or license […]

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