Photo Source: 9to5Mac
According to a chinese-language report (via 9to5Mac), Ming-Chi Kuo is predicting a monster first half of 2020 that would really shake up the company’s hardware portfolio, as well as change up some of their typical release schedules.
I’ve been through more device mounts in my time using PDAs and smartphones than I can count. Most of them lasted between two to four months and broke down like the cheap plastic they were made of. Between the high heat of Summer and the brief but real cold of the Winter, life is hard hanging out in a vehicle in the Mid South.
I will state up front that, despite the title of this article, I am not looking to stray into a political discussion here. I will say that I don’t personally agree with the stances that Apple is taking in regards to China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, but I do understand them. Like all companies, Apple and its CEO are responsible to their shareholders, which puts them in some difficult situations. I also understand that Apple’s business there is part of a much bigger and more complex situation that involves many large US and Western corporations, spans decades, and can’t be easily unraveled.
If you recently upgraded to iOS 13, you may have noticed some new pop-ups asking you to approve an app’s access to Bluetooth. You may be shocked at just how many apps do this. Unfortunately, most of them are using Bluetooth for one reason alone- as an additional way to track you.
Have you had your fill of iTunes? It wouldn’t be a big surprise, as even Apple seems to be sick of it, and has started experimenting with removing features to get it back to its original core competency of music management. If you are looking for a real alternative for managing your iOS devices, iMazing 2 from DigiDNA may be just what you are looking for.
iMazing 2 will allow you browse and manage device backups, extract and print out text messages, and manage your on-device music without iTunes, and it does it without having to Jailbreak your iOS device. You can get to all of your documents and files, and can even copy and paste them between devices manually. You can even access and backup call logs and voicemails.
Our Deals site is currently offering iMazing for $19.99. This universal license will work with an unlimited number of iOS devices, and on up to two computers, either Mac or PC.
iMazing calls itself the Swiss Army Knife of iPhone, iPad, and iPod management because it lets you truly manage your mobile data the way you want to. This all-purpose tool lets you easily browse and manage your backups, extract and print your text messages, drag and drop songs to your iPhone – all without jailbreaking your device. If you’ve ever upgraded or had to switch phones, you know the pain of leaving data behind. iMazing feels for you and wants to help!
- Transfer files between any Mac or PC computer & any iOS device wirelessly or w/ USB
- Work w/ any app documents, data & media
- Quickly update a new iPhone w/ your old data by copying everything or selecting the content to transfer
- Copy your music back & forth between iPhone, iPad, iPod & your computer
- Export your pictures & videos without iCloud or iTunes
- Store your iPhone & iPad data for smarter backups
- Manage your contacts by moving them between your iPhone & your Mac or PC
- Access your iPhone voicemail, call history, voice memos & notes
- Import or export eBooks or PDFs from iBooks
- Supports every iPhone, iPad & iPod
- Compatible with Mac & Windows PC
- Length of access: lifetime
- Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
- Max number of devices: 2
- Software version: The latest version for Mac (2.10.3), PC (2.10.3)
- Updates included
- Languages: English, Deutsch, French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, Japanese
WhatsApp&Messages chats view
Export multiple WhatsApp threads to PDF, CSV or TXT files
More reliable & refined printing
Better single search field
More data in CSV exports
Low memory footrprint
So I finally had an opportunity to push the battery life of my iPhone 11 Pro Max last weekend. I had to work both Saturday and Sunday out of town, a habit that has unfortunately become very common as of late. An eight hour day on a hot roof will really wear a guy out, so I was pretty gassed by the time I got back to my hotel room after dinner Saturday night.
I get that I’m talking about a device that is over a year away when the 2019 version hasn’t been released. It hasn’t even been announced. We don’t even know when the announcement event will be yet. Normally I don’t like doing this kind of thing, but I think this particular rumor is interesting to be worth paying attention to.
[Correction- Deep Fusion is available in the iOS 13.2 beta, not 13.1.2. I just happened to be waiting to update to 13.1.2 when I saw reports that the beta with Deep Fusion had released. While some reports say that 13.2 has been released, it is not available on the Apple Developer Page yet.]
Apple’s new Deep Fusion photography mode has arrived early for the new iPhones 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, courtesy of the iOS 13.2 Developer Beta that was released earlier today. Based on this quick follow-up to iOS 13 ans 13.1, it seems that Apple is handling this new photo enhancement mode similar to how they approached Portrait Mode a few years ago, likely targeting a mid to late Fall release.
I spent most of last week keeping track of my Apple Watch Series 5’s battery life. While the results in my case were remarkably consistent, they weren’t what many Watch users are looking for.
Wireless charging is great and all, but if you want to charge fast, nothing beats Power Delivery fast charging with a cable. If you have multiple devices to handle, we have the perfect fast charger for you.