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Google Maps is adding the missing details

  • 24/12/2017 at 14:47 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Google Maps vs Apple MapsGoogle has been stepping up its game over the last few years with its Google Maps app. Compared to Apple’s Map app, it is a clear winner. However, what does Google do better than it is competitors? Goggle’s skill lies in the details put into Google Maps.

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Apple TV 4K is a must have for every living room

  • 16/09/2017 at 22:05 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gadgets

Apple TV 4K HDRApple has announced the next generation of Apple TV – The Apple TV 4K. Apple aims to bring a complete cinematic experience into your home. Colours are given more clarity and brightness, images gain a crispness not seen on other Apple TV models, and the device looks like it’s worth the upgrade.

Apple TV 4K and the A10 Fusion Chip

The Apple TV 4K is run by the A10X Fusion Chip that’s found on the iPad Pro, and this chip enables the gadget to produce 4K video. There is support for Dolby Vision and HDR10 for use with any HDR TV. The device is designed to push the best image quality possible to the TV, meaning those who have an older HDTV or the newest 4K Dolby Vision OLED will get great quality movies and TV shows.

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Apple Watch Series 3 comes with Cellular, Wi-Fi and GPS

  • 15/09/2017 at 00:57 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gadgets

Apple Watch 3The Apple Watch Series 3 has been shown off, and it looks like Apple is figuring out what users are using the device for. There’s a host of new features that will help with your health and fitness, stay connected with friends, family and work, and it will do it all faster than before.

Apple Watch Series 3 Basics

The S3 the powers the Apple Watch Series 3 has a dual core processor. The wireless chip is a W2 chip that provides Wi-Fi that’s 85% faster. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are now 50% more power efficient than previous models. The gadget also has a barometric altimeter that tracks your activity, flights climbed and outdoor workouts.

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Apple announces iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X

Apple iPhone XYesterday’s Apple event brought with it three major announcements from its mobile smartphone flagship: the iPhone 8, the iPhone 8 Plus and the iPhone X, an innovative new version of the best seller that opts for a new design that sets it apart from its predecessors.

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus

First announced were the anticipated iPhone 8 lines of handsets, which consumers had been waiting to see for the past few months. At the face of it the two don’t do a lot that is different from past versions. The design is similar, though they have a new metallic casing in a pink or silver color that are a stretch from what we have seen in the past. This should make them more durable, which will be a relief for any Apple user who has shattered the glass backing on their phone.

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Details of the coming iPhone 8 leaked online, launch date in September

Apple iPhone 8 RumourThe iPhone 7 was a bit of a bust with critics, but Apple is already on their way to something new with the iPhone 8. According to leaks, the latest in the iconic flagship is headed to shelves as early as the middle of September. It will be sold alongside the cheaper iPhone 7S, following the same line of products we have come to expect from the tech giant.

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Apple’s WWDC 2017 was all about iMac Pro and HomePod

Apple iMac ProApple has announced a refresh to its iMac desktops, MacBooks and MacBook Pro lines. A new and powerful iMac Pro is in the works for release this December. iOS 11 and watchOS 4 updates have been announced along with macOS High Sierra’s release. The iPad Pro is to available in 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch models. Moreover, the new HomePod is an intelligent speaker designed to work with Apple Music.

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A look at the leaked CIA malware attacks on Apple software

  • 26/03/2017 at 23:32 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • News

Smartphone SpyWikileaks has once more released a series of documents that claim to show malware the CIA used to spy on owners of Apple products. And they are pretty hardcore.

The CIA’s Target: Macs

We have seen many examples of how the CIA, among other organizations, have used exploits to get backdoor access into people’s phones, computers, and other devices. But this is a new set of revelations, specifically targeting Mac computers using directly targeted malware installed by CIA operatives.

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