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Apple self-driving car

Apple patent shows how its self-driving car and AR projects could merge

April 8th, 2018

It’s an open secret that Apple is working hard on both self-driving car and augmented reality technology. CEO Tim Cook has hinted at it heavily in the past, and even if he didn’t, it’s virtually a given that the world’s most valuable tech company would be working on two of the biggest upcoming tech breakthroughs. …

Foldable iPhone vs. Galaxy F

Is this what Apple’s first foldable phone will look like?

January 15th, 2019

Samsung has a huge year ahead when it comes to new smartphone launches, as the company is expected to unveil the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy F on February 20th. The Galaxy S10 series will be the main moneymaker for the company this year, but the foldable phone is also essential for the company, considering all …

iPhone Scratches

Apple wants to make the iPhone indestructible

September 16th, 2018

Remember when brand new iPhones used to bend? What about stainless steel Apple Watches or Jet Black iPhone 7 scratching? And don’t even get me started on MacBook aluminum scratches. Well, Apple may fix all of that in the not so distant future, as it’s currently studying ways of creating abrasion-resistant surface finishes on metal …

iPhone 13 Touch ID

Here’s more evidence that the iPhone could get Touch ID back

March 19th, 2021

Apple replaced the Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the iPhone and iPad Pro with something much more secure. Face ID was the first 3D facial recognition system used on a mobile device, a feat that few Apple rivals attempted to replicate. Most Android rivals have chosen a different direction, embedding fingerprint sensors under the smartphone …

New Apple patent might make Siri less embarassing to use in public

December 14th, 2017

Apple recently developed a new software feature that may ultimately make Siri less annoying. Originally spotted by Gizmodo, a new Apple patent details a feature that would enable Siri to discern when a user is whispering to it and, in turn, offer up a response in a silent whisper. Naturally, the feature is designed to …

Apple Vs Samsung

Samsung to pay Apple $120 million for infringing on slide-to-unlock patent

November 6th, 2017

At least one portion of Apple’s longstanding legal battle with Samsung has finally drawn to a close. Earlier today, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Samsung’s appeal of a jury ruling which originally awarded Apple $120 million after finding that Samsung had infringed upon a number of iPhone innovations, including the slide-to-unlock feature Apple …