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Apple Watch Series 4 vs Series 3: What’s the difference?

Apple announced the fifth generation of its smartwatch in September 2018 in the form of the Apple Watch Series 4, available in GPS only or GPS

Apple Watch v Wear OS: The battle for smartwatch supremacy

The war continues to wage, and it’s starting to get more interesting With Wear OS having now replaced what was formerly known as Android Wear and the Apple Watch now sporting

Apple Watch 3 vs Samsung Gear S3 Frontier Comparison

The Apple Watch 3 and the Samsung Gear 3 Frontier are proof that the Samsung vs Apple rivalry has transcended the smartphone area and it

Chrome, Feedly, iMovie, Vivint Sky get iOS 9 updates

iOS 9 has not only brought a lot of features to Apple’s platform itself, it has also opened up iPhones and most especially iPads to

Apple debuts 21.5-inch Retina iMac, new Magic Mouse, Trackpad, Keyboard

As has been expected for the last few weeks, Apple today announced the addition of a 21.5-inch Retina iMac to its desktop lineup, offering a

iPhone 6s said to have more advanced “3D Touch” Force Touch

Now that IFA 2015 is over, we’re counting down the days to the next big thing, which is Apple’s grand event that is expected to

Huawei Mate S features Force Touch, knuckle gesture recognition

Huawei is using its stage time at IFA 2015 to announce its latest smartphone, the Mate S, clear shot at rivaling Apple’s forthcoming iPhone “6s”

iPhone 7 UK release date, specs & new features rumours: video of unreleased iPhone shell emerges

 The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus arrived in September, but now that we’re well into 2015 it’s no surprise that chatter about what’s next

Force Touch to provide shortcuts on the upcoming iPhone

Reports came out earlier this year that the next iPhones will have Force Touch — a feature that makes it easy to access particular content

Huge Force Touch iPhone 6s orders tipped plus 4th color

Apple is ordering record-setting numbers of new iPhone handsets, insiders claim, pushing suppliers to their limits as the iPhone 6s nears. Production of what’s expected

Apple reportedly starts making force-sensitive iPhones

Those rumors of a pressure-sensitive iPhone just gained a little more weight. Bloombergsources claim that Apple has begun “early production” of iPhone models that incorporate

iPhone 6S predicted to feature stronger aluminum, increased thickness for Force Touch

WWDC is now behind us, and September continues to draw closer, meaning new rumors and speculation about what Apple has in store for this year’s

Apple’s 2015 Design Awards Winners

The end of Apple‘s annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) also signals a slew of worthy applications that have been given the Apple stamp of approval

Apple Debuts New 15-Inch MacBook Pro With Force Touch In India

Apple today updated the 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display with the new Force Touch trackpad, faster flash storage, longer battery life and faster discrete

15″ MacBook Pro with Force Touch rumored to launch Wednesday

If you were hoping for Apple to announce a refreshed 15-inch MacBook Pro or 27-inch iMac at this year’s WWDC, your wishes may be coming

Apple releases 15″ MacBook Pro with Force Touch, 5K iMac at $2K

Just as was predicted yesterday, Apple has just released updated models of the 15-inch MacBook Pro and the 27-inch iMac, with available to order online

iPhone 6S tipped to feature Force Touch

Now that Apple’s newest device, the Apple Watch, has been released, and September is a mere three and a half months away, it’s time for

iPhone 7 release date, news and rumors

Latest update: Apple is reportedly already ordering camera components for the iPhone 6C, suggesting that it both exists and will be with us fairly soon.

Apple iPad “Pro”: Force Touch screen, Bluetooth stylus, NFC

  Now that the Apple Watch is out of the way, the tech world’s attention is now being turned to what could be Apple’s most

MacBook Pro with Retina display review (13-inch, 2015)

Nope, it’s not the new MacBook. That review will need to wait until next month. What we have here is the 13-inch MacBook Pro with

2015 MacBook Review

Everything about the new MacBook screams “future,” but can it handle today? That was the basic question I asked