Safari features support for WebM video playback in the second beta of macOS Big Sur 11.3 Beta, indicating that Apple’s browser will finally support the format after failing to do so for almost 11 years. The added functionality, first spotted by The 8-Bit, allows users to play WebM videos in Safari for the first time. […]

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The second beta of iOS 14.5 seeded to developers and public beta testers this week enables users to stream Apple Fitness+ workouts to AirPlay 2-enabled TVs, allowing the videos to be watched on the big screen without an Apple TV. Apple already announced that Apple Fitness+ was gaining AirPlay support in iOS 14.5, but the […]

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Instagram has confirmed that a bug is preventing proper Instagram URL previews from appearing in iMessage conversations. In a statement to Mashable, Instagram says the behavior is not normal, and that it’s “working to resolve Instagram link previews in iMessage so that they load normally.” The lack of link previews was first brought up on […]

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Apple supplier Pegatron says it has spent $14.2 million to buy the rights to use a plot of land for building a factory in Channai, India. Via a DigiTimes report: Pegatron will set up a manufacturing base on the factory site mainly for production of iPhone smartphones, with production to begin the earliest in the […]

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Apple is hiring engineers to work on next-generation 6G wireless technology, based on job listings spotted by Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman. The listings are for positions at Apple’s offices in Silicon Valley and San Diego, where the company works on wireless technology development and chip design, according to Gurman’s report. “You will have the unique and […]

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Google has just rolled out a new pay for parking feature in the U.S. that lets Android users pay for street parking and mass transit fares right from within Google Maps, without having to come in contact with a parking meter or ticket machine. These days, people are upping their hand sanitizing game and avoiding […]

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Facebook has followed through on its threat to ban users from sharing news on its platform in Australia, in response to proposed media laws in the country that the company claims “fundamentally misunderstand” its relationship with publishers who share news content. The move is a retaliation to Australian Competition and Consumer Commission’s (ACCC) proposed Media […]

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Apple is looking to begin iPad production in India by participating in a new government proposed scheme to increase India’s exports of computer parts and products, according to sources cited by Reuters. Last year, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched a new PLI (performance-linked incentive) scheme to encourage major companies, such as Apple, to produce […]

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The Clipper card, used for transit in the San Francisco Bay Area, appears set to gain support for Apple Pay with Express Transit mode in the near future. With ‌Apple Pay‌ integration, Clipper cards will be able to be added to iPhone and Apple Watch and used for BART, Caltrain, Muni, VTA and more. Express […]

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Brydge today announced the upcoming launch of a new beta firmware update designed for the Pro+ keyboards, which launched last spring. The Pro+ keyboards feature integrated trackpads and came out ahead of when Apple added dedicated trackpad support to iPadOS. The software available from Brydge adds native multi-touch capabilities and should much improve the trackpad […]

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