FDA Says iPhone’s MagSafe Poses ‘Low Risk’ To Implanted Medical Devices
When the iPhone 12 was launched, Apple introduced a new charging feature called MagSafe (different from the one used in Apple’s older MacBooks). This is a magnetic charging system that magnetically attaches a charging puck to the back of the iPhone. It sounds pretty cool and useful, but some have raised concerns that the magnets could affect implanted medical devices like pacemakers.

Apple’s Latest Hire Could Help Rejuvenate Their Beats Brand
Last year, there was an interesting rumor that suggested that Apple might kill off the Beats brand in favor of their own Apple-branded audio products. However, it was later suggested that maybe that would not be happening and that Apple and Beats audio products would exist side-by-side.

Third-Gen AirPods, Apple Music HiFi Rumored For May 18 Launch
We have been hearing rumors about Apple working on a new set of AirPods, but the question is when will it launch? According to the latest rumors, which comes in the form of a tweet by user Luke Miani, it seems that the device could be launching on the 18th of May alongside a rumored new Apple Music HiFi streaming option.

This Could Be Your Last Chance To Buy Apple’s Space Gray Mac Accessories
When Apple launched the iMac Pro, the computer was launched in a space gray finish and was also released with similarly colored accessories. For a while, these accessories like the keyboard and mouse were sold exclusively with the iMac Pro, but were later released as separate products that you could buy by itself.


TCL Launches 85-inch Roku TV For $1,599
When you think of 85-inch TVs, you might already be dreading the cost of such a device. However, you might be interested to learn that TCL has actually just announced its new 85-inch Roku TV enabled TV for a somewhat affordable $1,599. This still isn’t cheap by any means, but considering how much other manufacturers are charging, it’s not too bad.

Lenovo Announces New ‘Go’ Computer Accessories For The Office
There are many brands out there when it comes to accessories for your computer, but it seems that Lenovo wants to toss their hat into the ring as well. The company has recently announced a sub-brand called Lenovo Go that will create PC accessories designed for what the company calls a “hybrid workforce”.

More Than 60% Of Apple Customers Plan To Buy The AirTag
Tracking accessories have been around for a while. Tile is probably one of the biggest names in that space, but it seems that the arrival of Apple’s AirTags has piqued the public’s interest again. According to a recent survey conducted by SellCell, they found that more than 60% of Apple customers plan on buying the AirTag.

Amazon’s New Echo Show 8 Has A Camera That Tracks You Around A Room
If you’re in the market for a new smart display, you’re in luck because Amazon has recently announced an update to its Echo Show 8 smart display. With the new update, the smart display will come with a 13MP wide-angle camera that has the ability to track you around the room, meaning that you can walk around and have a conversation instead of sitting in front of it.

Nothing’s Ear 1 Earphones Are Launching This June
As some of you might have heard, OnePlus co-founder Carl Pei left the company a while back. He later announced that he would be forming a new company called Nothing and that their first product will be a pair of earphones. For those looking forward to it, you’ll be pleased to learn that the company has since confirmed that the launch will take place in June.

Sennheiser Has Just Sold Off Its Consumer Product Business
When it comes to audiophile grade headphones or earphones, there are many to choose from, but not many have the same public profile or recognition as Sennheiser. The company’s audio products are beloved by both audiophiles and regular consumers who just want a pair of quality headphones or earphones.

Apple’s AirTag Has Already Been Hacked
Apple’s AirTag was announced and released not too long ago, but it seems that less than a month since its official unveiling, the gadget has already been hacked. Now the good news is that this hack comes from IT security researcher stacksmashing on Twitter, meaning it’s more about showing off the possibility rather than doing it for malicious purposes.

Amazon And Tile Team Up To Take On Apple’s AirTags
For the longest time ever, Tile was kind of at the forefront of people’s minds when you were looking for a Bluetooth tracker. Their trackers are small, come in various shapes and sizes that suit different purposes, and they’re affordable. But that changed when Apple launched the AirTag, where combined with Apple’s Find My network and UWB tracking, has turned the accessory into a serious competitor.

Apple Watch Survey Hints At Plans For Blood Glucose Monitoring
There have long been rumors that suggest that Apple could be looking to include some kind of blood glucose monitoring feature into the Apple Watch. A recent rumor claims that this could happen as soon as this year, and now there is more evidence to suggest that those rumors could hold some measure of truth.

Google’s Gboard Keyboard Arrives On Wear OS
Typing on a smartwatch is hardly the most pleasant of experiences. The small screen and the awkward positioning on the wrist means that typing out long messages can be tedious. However, if you’re looking for a way to better type on your smartwatch, Google has announced that its Gboard keyboard app is now available for Wear OS devices.

OnePlus Watch Gains An Always-On Display At The Expense Of Battery Life
When the OnePlus Watch first launched, the smartwatch did not feature an always-on display like some of the other smartwatches out there, but OnePlus did state that they will add the feature via an update. The good news is that the update is here, although it seems to be at the expense of the watch’s battery.

Someone Modified An AirTag To Make It Fit Into A Wallet
Apple’s AirTag launched last month and for the most part, it is very functional. Reviews have heaped praise on the accessory, although one chief complaint/feedback that we’ve seen is that Apple should have designed it to make it more wallet-friendly, since along with keys, wallets are things we sometimes forget to take with us or lose.

Australian Retailer Pulls AirTags From Shelves Over Child Safety Concerns
One of the main criticisms about Apple’s products is that the batteries used in these products tend to be fixed, meaning that to replace them would be difficult and not as easy as swapping them out for a new one. However, to everyone’s surprise, Apple’s AirTags actually comes with a removable battery and also uses a battery you can easily buy in stores.

Apple Watch Used To Monitor Baby Who Was Delivered In-Flight
While it probably doesn’t happen often, people do give birth on planes. However, there is a risk because planes are hardly the most sanitary of locations, plus if anything goes wrong, it’s not guaranteed that there will be a doctor or someone who is trained medically, not to mention the lack of certain types of medical equipment.

You Can Actually Drill A Keyring Hole Into The AirPods, But Maybe You Shouldn’t
A couple of weeks ago, Apple officially launched the AirTags tracking accessory. While initial reviews of the accessory have been largely positive, one of the things that many had wished the AirTags had was a hole that could allow it to be attached onto keyrings. After all, for an accessory that is meant to help track items like keys, it seems rather keyring-unfriendly.

Apple Watch With Glucose And Blood Pressure Monitoring Could Actually Be Happening
According to a report from a few months ago, it was suggested that one of the features we might be able to look forward to in the next-gen Apple Watch is blood sugar/glucose level monitoring. This is something we have been hearing about for years, but the previous report suggested that it might finally be ready.