1. Coronavirus and your phone: How to effectively clean and disinfect your device

    The novel coronavirus that causes the respiratory disease known as COVID-19 may be able to survive on some surfaces for up to nine days, studies have found, and that may include your beloved phone. This is the device you handle constantly and often press to the side of your face, which means that an…Read More

  2. Apple Recalls MacBook Pro Models Due to Defective Batteries, Fire Risk

    Apple on Thursday announced that it is voluntarily recalling certain MacBook Pro models because of defective and possibly dangerous batteries. It is also launching a battery replacement program for impacted MacBook Pro devices. If you have a 15-inch MacBook Pro, you’ll want to know whether this r…Read More

  3. Apple Refutes Tests Claiming iPhone Battery Life Is Exaggerated up to 51%

    Apple is refuting a new study which alleges that the company exaggerated the battery life claims of its newest smartphones by up to 51 percent. The study, conducted by UK-based consumer advocacy group Which?, tested the battery life on a variety of different smartphone models from various manufactu…Read More

  4. Battery Replacement May Improve Performance of Older iPhones

    While it’s already been concluded that Apple does not intentionally slow down older iPhones, a developing new thread which surfaced over the weekend on Reddit appears to reignite the controversial — albeit empirically-debunked — argument. According to user TeckFire, the original author of the …Read More