Stories by Nehal Malik

Apple M1 Mac mini Gets Comprehensive Benchmarks and Tests

Apple's M1-powered 2020 Mac mini has done nothing but impress since it was unveiled last week. While half of Apple's audience is in awe of the sheer amount of computing power the company has managed to fit into the Mac mini's tiny frame, the other half is left speechless by the device's initial benchmarks. The...

Apple Execs Discuss M1 Macs in Yet Another Interview

Following the announcement of Apple's first proprietary ARM-based processor — the Apple M1 — and the new Macs, Apple execs have been basking in the glory of their newest creation and doing the rounds in various interviews. Tech publication ArsTechnica caught up with Apple's Senior VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi, Senior VP of Worldwide Marketing...

Part 2: iFixit iPhone 12 mini Teardown Reveals More Internals

After tearing down the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and the iPhone 12 Pro Max, iFixit expectedly had its sights set on the iPhone 12 mini. The iPhone 12 mini may be a fraction of its siblings’ size, but that only makes its composition more complex. In fact, the teardown specialist had to split the […]

Samsung Galaxy S21 Specs Leak Ahead of Early 2021 Launch

Android Police has just released leaked apparent specifications and features of Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S21 lineup. The information has been extracted from leaks and official press renders of the upcoming flagship phones, and corroborated by multiple credible sources, according to Max Weinbach. Here’s a breakdown of the information, courtesy of Android Police: Galaxy S21 (O1) Galaxy S21+ […]

macOS Big Sur Wasn’t Designed for Touchscreens Says Apple Exec

A recent post by John Gruber, Apple enthusiast and product commentator, on his blog Daring Fireball discusses what Apple executives had to say in response to theories that Apple designed macOS 11 ‘Big Sur’ for use with touchscreens. In an interview with The Independent‘s Andrew Griffin, Apple execs Craig Federighi, Greg “Joz” Joswiak, and John Ternus — who […]

iPhone 12 vs 12 mini vs 12 Pro vs 12 Pro Max Camera Test [VIDEO]

In a recently published YouTube video, Justine Ezarik (iJustine) conducts a comprehensive camera test on the entire iPhone 12 lineup: the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro, the iPhone 12 Pro Max, and the iPhone mini. Right off the bat, Justine discloses the differences between the camera setups on the devices — the iPhone 12 Pro and […]

Rogers, Telus, Bell 5G Networks Compared in Speed Tests

5G has made its way to Canada, and carriers can be seen pushing it aggressively. In its current state, the 5G standard in Canada lets carriers push more data through airwaves as compared to 4G, allowing them to (consistently) serve more customers through the same channels. It’s pretty obvious why carriers are pushing 5G so […]

Privacy Concerns Emerge Following Apple OCSP Server Outage [Update]

Update Nov. 15, 7:54PM PST: Apple has clarified the situation to iPhone in Canada and also detailed its privacy protections in macOS and further explained what caused slow loading apps. Our original story is as follows below. == Shortly after the release of macOS 11, Apple’s OCSP server went down for the first time on […]

Hasan Minhaj to Star in Season 2 of ‘The Morning Show’ on Apple TV+

Hasan Minhaj (two-time Peabody award winner, two-time Webby winner, and host of The Patriot Act with Hasan Minhaj) has just signed on for a major recurring role in season 2 of Apple TV+’s The Morning Show, reports Deadline. The Morning Show is a drama series that dissects the world of morning news in the U.S., showcasing the […]

Apple, Google, and LG Start Working on 6G Technology

The Next G Alliance is a collective of telecommunications and tech companies working to create and flesh out 6G — the next generation of communication technology, and according to Mobile World Live, Apple, Google, and LG are the newest big names to become members. The Next G Alliance, a project of the Alliance for Telecommunications […]

Google Photos to Add New Subscription-Only Editing Features

According to 9to5Google, Google Photos will be getting some Google One subscription-exclusive editing features very soon. Google Photos has seen a ton of new features and improvements over the last year, including a complete overhaul of the app that made its editor simpler and more approachable. 9to5Google‘s APK miners have discovered some new phrases in the […]