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Apple Is Finally Testing USB-C iPhones

 Evidence is mounting that Apple is finally at least considering a switch to a USB-C connector on next year’s iPhone lineup. Although rumors about this have circulated for years, information from typically reliable sources now suggests that it’s a much more realistic possibility. It all started earlier this week when the venerable Ming-Chi Kuo said that the 2023 iPhone would abandon Lightning and switch to USB-C. Kuo’s information came from surveying his usual supply chain sources, which appear to be ramping up for a significant increase in USB-C components for next year. Now Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has weighed in with independent confirmation that Apple is conducting internal tests of iPhones with USB-C ports. Gurman’s sources indicate that Apple has yet to make a final decision on whether it’s going to make the switch. There’s no way it’s happening with this year’s iPhone, which already entered trial production months ago, and Gurman confirms that it wouldn’t occur until 2023 “at th

Best Apple Pencil Hidden Features You Should Use

 Your ideal iPad experience is incomplete without Apple Pencil and keyboard accessories. If you don’t plan to type a lot on your iPad, you are completely fine without a keyboard. But for the majority, investing in Apple Pencil is essential to enjoy a flawless iPadOS experience. Apple has packed the Pencil with useful add-ons to take advantage of the big screen. Best Apple Pencil Hidden Features You Should Use. If you are still not convinced about getting Apple’s stylus for your iPad, the Apple Pencil’s hidden features below will push you towards hitting the buy button. Let’s talk about them. 1. TAKE QUICK NOTES This is quite useful for Apple Notes users. Starting with the iPadOS 15, you can take quick notes with the Apple Pencil without opening the default Notes app. If you take notes on the go frequently, follow the steps below to write down notes with an Apple Pencil. Step 1: Hover the tip of the Apple Pencil over the bottom-right corner of the iPad’s screen. A pop-up menu will appea

8 Best Apple Pencil Hidden Features You Should Use

  The iPad and the Apple pencil are a perfect match. The Apple pencil was made for the iPad. Sure, the iPad can do without the Apple Pencil and keyboard, but you're missing out on the perfect iPad experience. Because Apple's Apple pencil for iPad has hidden features you should try. To get the most out of your iPad screen and make it your productivity tool, it's important to have the Apple pencil. Use double-tap gestures for retouching by turning on "double-tap action. When using the Apple pencil as an eraser, you can turn on "double-tap" and set it to double-tap to switch to the eraser tool to help you quickly complete erasing operations during your drawing and retouching work without having to repeatedly use the eraser function of the app. 1, open the "Settings" application on the iPad, that is, the application of the gear icon. 2, click "Accessibility", then click "Apple pencil". 3. Turn off "Double-tap" or change the

Apple working on display for foldable iPhones using tech similar to Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3

  Foldable displays require thinner display panels, more durable flexible materials, and lower power consumption display technology, but, according to 9to5mac, Apple has begun developing a new, thinner OLED display that can be folded. The technology described is similar to that used in the Samsung galaxy z fold 3. In order to make the panel thinner, more durable, and lower power consumption, it will need to compromise on technical specifications such as panel brightness, and Apple is unlikely to compromise on immature technology. According to previous reports, the first generation of Samsung galaxy z fold uses a polarized sheet to make the panel thinner, but the light transmission is not good, affecting the screen brightness, in order to improve the brightness, it will improve power consumption and reduce the screen life. We usually wear polarized sunglasses, you can filter out part of the dazzling light, reducing the brightness. According to The Elec, Samsung's third-generation ga

Apple Merges "iCloud Documents and Data" into iCloud Drive

 Apple Merges "iCloud Documents and Data" into iCloud Drive. Last May, Apple Apple announced that it would be merging its iCloud Documents and Data service into iCloud Drive in May of 2022, and that transition has now been completed. As noted in a support document updated today, users who previously relied on ‌iCloud‌ Documents and Data for syncing files across devices will need to turn ‌iCloud Drive‌ on in order to see their files. iCloud Documents and Data, our legacy document syncing service, has been discontinued and replaced by iCloud Drive. If you used iCloud Documents and Data, your account has been migrated to iCloud Drive. If you used the iCloud Documents and Data service, you need to turn on iCloud Drive to see your files. When you switch to iCloud Drive, the amount of storage space your saved files use in iCloud doesn't change. Apple's support document provides instructions and minimum system requirements for ‌iCloud Drive‌ on iOS devices, Macs, and on th

What are the new Apple products coming out in 2022?

 After the Peek Performance event brought the incredible Mac Studio and Studio Display, it’s been all quiet on the Apple front. But that’s just the calm before the next big thing. Apple has a ton of new products arriving over the rest of 2022 that’ll make the Peek Performance event seem like a mere appetizer. What are the new Apple products coming out in 2022? Already released iPhone SE (3rd generation) iPad Air (5th generation) Mac Studio (1st generation) Studio Display Mac Apple revealed in June 2020 that it would be transitioning all its Macs from Intel processors to its own silicon within two years. Apple’s already updated many of its machines, including the MacBook Air, Mac mini, 24-inch iMac, 13-inch MacBook Pro, 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro, and launched the new Mac Studio. That still leaves the following Macs in need of an Apple silicon update, plus there are rumors that suggest that the second generation of the M1 chip, likely called the M2, could be in the works. And don’t

Apple plans to merge the "iCloud Documents and Data" service with iCloud Drive and manage them together

 Apple plans to merge its iCloud Documents and Data service with iCloud Drive starting in May of 2022, according to a support document published late last week (via MacGeneration ). ‌iCloud Drive‌ and ‌iCloud‌ Documents and Data share the fundamental ability to backup data from apps. However, ‌iCloud‌ Documents and Data was often a cumbersome, confusing experience. In contrast, ‌iCloud Drive‌ is more unified, with users able to access their files and content through the Files app across all their devices. As Apple explains, starting in May of next year, users who are using ‌iCloud‌ Documents and Data will have their accounts automatically migrated to ‌iCloud Drive‌. However, users must manually enable ‌iCloud Drive‌ to view their files once the merger occurs. In May 2022, the iCloud Documents and Data service, our former document synchronization service, will be interrupted and completely replaced by iCloud Drive. Therefore, if you use iCloud Documents and Data, your account will be m