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Most information about the iPhone 12 series is being leaked before the launch of the phone. The new leaked video shows the back panel of the iPhone 12 Pro equipped with the new LiDAR sensor.

With all these new features, a new technological problem has arisen. As older phones don't always cope up well with new, upgraded features, users often either have to update their smartphone's operating system or change to new phone which supports new technological advancements. Due to which WhatsApp, yearly gives out a list of phones on which it doesn't work or isn't supported by them. 

Apple will then shortlist the participants and will announce 10 winners by Feb 26.  The selected photos of winners will be put up on billboards and other Apple marketing channels.

For Indian customers, where Apple has a small market,  they will now be able to enjoy the Apple services on Samsung smart TVs.

New Delhi: If you are constantly worried about an elderly person in your family suffering a fall in the bathroom or in the garden, the Apple Watch Series 4 is what you need. Being utilised the world over for various health-related research — from decoding binge-eating disorder to connecting hip and knee patients to doctors — …

San Francisco: Fraudulent iPhone repair claims made in China cost Apple billions of dollars over a period of five years, according to a report. As part of the highly sophisticated fraud scheme run by organised teams, rings of thieves were buying or stealing iPhones and removing valuable components like CPUs, screens and logic boards, replacing them …

New York: Researchers have developed a novel blood pressure (BP) application that can give accurate readings using an iPhone, without requiring any special equipment. Developed by the Michigan State University researchers, the new “iPhone X” app measures BP via the ‘oscillometric finger pressing method’, or ‘peek and pop’ that enables users looking to open functions and …

Tokyo: Japanese researchers have developed an iPhone app that can detect early signs of dementia. The free ‘iTUG’ app can detect walking impediments indicative of possible dementia by measuring a user’s walking speed and time, among other factors. Using the smartphone’s internal sensors the app measures the speed of the subject’s movements backwards and forwards, up …