Monday , 21 August 2017

Category Archives: Apple news

Gene Editing Allows Scientists To ‘Delete’ Deadly Heart Condition From Embryo For First Time Ever

Scientists have successfully edited a human embryo to completely remove a genetic mutation that causes deadly cardiac disease, which can trigger the heart to stop beating suddenly. In the landmark trials, the US and South Korean team demonstrated how they can use CRISPR technology (a revolutionary tool used to edit DNA) to successfully free the embryo from a faulty piece of DNA introduced by ... Read More »

Here’s a look at the 56 new emoji that are headed to your phone

Pregnancy, wizards, water polo and an ape that may or may not be Harambe all feature in the upcoming emoji launch that’s soon to arrive on iPhone and other Apple devices. This week saw the Unicode Consortium release version 10.0 of the Unicode Standard – which is essentially the standardised emoji dictionary. The new selection of 72 images include a wider variety of food, ... Read More »

One year on, I went in search of the last trainers still hooked on Pokémon Go

Cast your minds back. They year is 2016. The time is last summer. Everyone has become obsessed with Pokemon again. It is exactly one year to the day that the beloved tiny fighting creatures were thrust back into the limelight. It is exactly one year to the day that Pokemon Go was released. The app had an immediately visible impact. You’d start to ... Read More »

Apple AirPort Extreme review

The Apple AirPort Extreme is an individual-looking router that boasts super-fast WiFi speeds. At £199/$199 it’s not cheap, but it looks great and performs at top wireless speeds. Which Apple WiFi router should you buy? AirPort models compared The AirPort Extreme has six internal antennae (Apple says it has put the antennae at the top, creating a higher platform for ... Read More »

Are cheap iPhone chargers safe? | Unofficial Apple power chargers safety tips

Apple AC adaptor exchange program: Do I need to return my Apple charger? On 28 January 2016, Apple announced a voluntary recall of AC wall plug adaptors that were sold by the company between 2003 and 2015 with Macs and some iOS devices, and were also part of the Apple World Travel Adaptor Kit. The recall comes after 12 incidents ... Read More »

How to set up a new Apple Watch, pair it with an iPhone and get started

How do I set up a new Apple Watch, and how do I pair an Apple Watch with an iPhone? I’ve got a new Apple Watch Series 2, and I don’t know where to start. Looking to set up a new Apple Watch? You’ve come to the right place. Let’s get you up and running with our quick-start guide for the Apple Watch, ... Read More »

Has Jony Ive quit Apple? Jony Ive rumours

Jony Ive has been responsible for the design of some of Apple’s most popular products, including the iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch. However, as time has gone on, and with the recent release of “Designed by Apple in California” book showcasing Apple’s (and thus, Ive’s) iconic product designs throughout the years, people are starting to question whether Ive has long ... Read More »

The best sat nav apps for iPhone

The best sat nav apps for iPhone: Apple Maps Free with a new iPhone or iPad When it launched back in 2012 to replace Google Maps as the default mapping app on iOS, Apple Maps was met with sceptical hesitation from users. Skip past people supposedly driving into lakes and ravines after listening to Maps (not the app’s fault) to ... Read More »

Apple Watch 2 review | Apple Watch Series 2 review: Virtually perfect

The Apple Watch 2 was a while coming. The constantly evolving iPhone and iPadline-up has taught us to expect Apple products to be updated on a yearly basis, but the first-gen Apple Watch was on the market for 16 months before Apple delivered its successor. And here it is: the Apple Watch Series 2, which attempts the classic second-gen tech product ... Read More »

How to use Apple Pay on your Mac

The introduction of the Touch Bar on Apple’s new MacBook Pro may be receiving mixed reviews in terms of its potential usefulness, but one aspect has elicited universal praise – Touch ID. With this simple addition Mac users can now log into their machine and even pay for products online by placing their finger on the sensor. It’s a small ... Read More »

Scroll To Top