Resident Weekly

A Exclusive Current Affairs Platform

Apple

iOS Pay is Headed to Windows! But to Use It, You Must Have An iPhone

Apple revealed a number of significant updates to iOS, iPadOS, and macOS at WWDC. Additionally, the tech giant revealed Apple Intelligence, a Windows Recall-like AI function. However, there’s been a somewhat underappreciated update to the Apple ecosystem that might have…

Apple is Going to Provide Affirm as a Buy Now, Pay Later Alternative

As one of several previously promised improvements, Apple revealed on Tuesday that users of its operating system will soon have the option to select “buy now, pay later” loans through the startup Affirm. As part of the upgrades that will…

Apple’s Slimmest Model to Date, The iPhone 17 will Launch in 2025. Should you wait?

While all iPhone enthusiasts are eagerly awaiting the release of the iPhone 16 series later this year, the iPhone 17 series is already garnering a lot of attention for the following year. iPhone 17 lineup may include an ultra-slim version…

iPad Event is where Apple Debuts the New Magic Keyboard

During its iPad-focused event on Monday, Apple revealed an enhanced version of its iPad keyboard accessory, the Magic Keyboard. According to Apple, the Magic Keyboard has been “completely redesigned” to be considerably lighter and smaller. It also features a function…

EU Authorities Are About to Approve Apple’s Tap-and-Go Technology Proposals

Apple’s tap-and-go mobile payment system proposals might be approved by EU antitrust regulators as early as May, according to reports. Accused by the European Commission (EC) of impeding competition, the IT business has suggested opening the system to competitors. According…

Huawei Releases a New Range of Phones to Compete with Apple in China

Starting in 2019, these sanctions nearly brought Huawei’s smartphone business to an end. Huawei is currently attempting a resurgence. According to Research, the company’s smartphone exports to China increased 64% year over year in the first half of 2024, despite…

A Smaller Battery Is Probably in Store for Apple’s Upcoming iPhone 16 Plus

Battery life has always been a major selling factor for Apple products. During the 2007 iPhone launch, co-founder Steve Jobs claimed the device has “tremendous power management.” That amounted to 16 hours of audio playback and 5 hours of surfing,…

Apple is Now Using Brazil to Assemble the 6.1-inch iPhone 15

Although the majority of Apple’s devices are still made in China, the business does have certain assembly plants located throughout the globe. São Paulo-based Foxconn Brazil is one of these plants. Apple is now putting the 6.1-inch iPhone 15 together…

Apple Plans to Simplify the Transition from iPhones to Android Devices, Enabling Users to Remove Safari Entirely

Apple is preparing to implement policies that will facilitate users’ transition from iPhones to Android phones, a move that has the potential to completely transform the smartphone industry. You might even be able to remove Safari altogether. The European Union’s…

EU Users Using iOS 18 will Have the Default Navigation App Determined by Apple

To everyone who celebrates Digital Markets Act Day, happy day. The company has released a report titled “Apple’s Non-Confidential Summary of DMA Compliance Report” that details the current policy modifications. Apple details more upcoming updates that will be available to…

error: Content is protected !!