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Apple Reduces iPhone 13 Production | Fall Short of 90 Million Phones Expected (Image courtesy of Commons.Wikipedia.com) Apple Reduces iPhone 13 Production | Fall Short of 90 Million Phones Expected Apple is lowering its forecasts for iPhone 13 supply. As a result, the corporation will be unable to reach its 90 million phone goal. The iPhone 13 is expected to be in high demand, according to Apple. According to a Bloomberg report, Apple informed suppliers that demand for the new iPhone 13 range may fall short of the company’s initial projections due to supply restrictions. Apple had intended to ship…

Apple macOS Monterey 12.1: The Cupertino Giant’s Fourth Beta is Now Available for Developers, Public Beta Apple has made the fourth beta of macOS 12.1 Monterey available for download to developers and public beta trial software, allowing users to try out all of the platform’s new features. There would be a lot of beta releases for Apple’s new Mac and iOS operating systems before the final public release, as well as the new OS being released to the public. Apple has released the fourth beta of macOS 12.1 Monterey for developers and the general public. The new macOS 12.1 Monterey…

Apple Informs Suppliers That Demand for the iPhone 13 Is Weakening Ahead of the Holidays: Report. Despite the approaching holiday season, Apple reportedly notified its component suppliers that demand for the iPhone 13 is waning. According to Bloomberg, Apple is facing another another challenge on top of the continuing chip scarcity that resulted in a 10 million reduction in iPhone 13 manufacturing last October. Apple’s iPhone 13 Demand Is Weakening: According to the news agency, the Cupertino company recently told its suppliers for the iPhone 13 that demand is slowing down, citing sources close to the situation. The sources particularly…

Ex-Tesla Engineer Joins Air Taxi Startup Archer Instead of ‘Apple Car’ Ex-Tesla engineer who joined Apple’s automobile project has departed the Cupertino behemoth in favor of Archer, an electric air taxi startup. Ex-Tesla Engineer Steps Down From ‘Apple Car’ Michael Schwekutsch, the director of engineering in Apple’s Special Projects Group, is leaving the company after apparently working on the self-driving function of the Apple automobile. According to MacRumors, the former vice president of engineering at Tesla, Schwekutsch, joined the Cupertino tech giant’s covert automobile project in March 2019. A key engineer from Apple’s car division has joined an air taxi…

Despite fears about COVID-19 Omicron, Apple is up 3%, while other tech giant stocks are down. (Photo courtesy of Kartikey Das on Pexels) Despite fears about COVID-19 Omicron, Apple is up 3%, while other tech giant stocks are down. Many blue-chip stocks, including Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Meta, have fallen as a result of the Omnicon fears, with the Nasdaq down 1.6 percent, the SandP 500 down 1.9 percent, and the Dow down 651 points. Surprisingly, Apple stock AAPL rose when other tech stocks fell. AAPL was not caught in the storm, according to 9to5Mac, as its share price rose…

Despite one in every four persons being hacked, millions of adults are ‘unconcerned’ about online security. Nearly half of those polled felt that online privacy is no longer possible, and that online security is “overwhelming” or “too complicated.” Despite one in every four adults being a victim of digital hackers, millions of adults claim to be “unconcerned” about their internet security. According to a survey of 2,000 Americans, a quarter (25%) believe they don’t need to worry about their digital security, and 39 percent believe they currently do enough to secure themselves. However, nearly a third (31%) of those who…

Is This the First Look at Glass iPhones with Transparent AirPods and Apple Charger Prototypes? [PHOTOS]. Apple gadgets have been given a new design, as these prototypes include Transparent AirPods and a transparent Apple charging block that emphasizes a style that reveals the device’s internals. This could be the closest thing to an all-glass iPhone and Apple Watch, as patents for both were released earlier this year. Apple in a New Light: Transparent AirPods and Apple Charger The look of transparent Apple gadgets that have been adjusted into a practical prototype, presenting a distinct style than the original ones, has…

The Amazon App is now unavailable on Android 12 phones, however Amazon is working on a fix. (Unsplash photo by Adrian) Android Although Amazon’s Appstore for Android is not as popular as Google’s Play Store, it is a viable option. It’s primarily utilized on Amazon’s own Fire tablets that don’t come with Play services. If you really like the Amazon Appstore and have bought a few apps and games from it, don’t update your Android device to the latest version. Despite the fact that Android 12 has been released for more than a month, Amazon has neglected to repair the…

According to a leak, Apple’s iPhone SE will be released in the first quarter of 2022, while the iPhone 14 will most likely be released in the third quarter. Apple has been linked to a new leak that focuses on the latest release of the iPhone SE, which is expected to arrive in the first quarter of 2022, which is a departure from the company’s usual iPhone release schedule. However, this is about the same for Apple’s most recent SE releases, which are noted for their lower cost and smaller build for people who desire a portable computer. According to…

According to leaked documents, the FBI can read your WhatsApp and iMessage chat information. While WhatsApp and iMessage claim that their chats are encrypted end-to-end, it turns out that the FBI can still access your conversations in certain circumstances. It’s possible that your private messaging isn’t as private as you think. The US Federal Bureau of Investigation can snoop on popular encrypted messaging apps like iMessage, WhatsApp, Signal, Telegram, Viber, and WeChat. Leaked FBI documents reveal that the intelligence agency can request private data from over nine encrypted messaging services, according to a Rolling Stone report. The FBI can collect…

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