Apple announces March 25 event: streaming TV and Apple News services

Very excited about this time. Apple sends out media event invitation which will be held on Monday, March 25 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus. It will start at 10:00 a.m. Pacific Time or 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time. In the photo, you should see the tagline shows “It’s Show Time.” The rumors suggest that Apple will focus on a streaming TV service and Apple News service. Major stars that include Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Garner, and Steve Carell, and other have roles in Apple shows, have been invited to attend the event. We are looking to see this event very soon. Stay tunes! 

Source: 9to5Mac

How to enable hidden Dark Mode interface on Facebook Messenger

Facebook Messenger actually added hidden Dark Mode interface which is new feature on its update that not many of us are aware of it. It’s pretty awesome feature. How do you find one? You can go into conversation with yourself or anyone, put down (moon) emoji and send it. After that, you will see message pops up say “You Found Mark Mode!” and then try in Settings to turn it on! Twitter already has this feature for awhile.

There’s some rumors stating that iOS 13 might getting Dark Mode this Fall. It would be helpful with extra battery about 10-20%. Let us know how Dark Mode looks on your iPhone and it ought to be cool feature on Facebook Messenger.

Sprint’s 5G network coming to several cities in May

Sprint said its 5G will be launching in May but might be little bit slower speeds than other networks. It doesn’t mean that bad and their network speed shows around 430 mbps. Sprint doesn’t own the necessary licenses yet and they still have to wait for a merger with T-Mobile to go through first. The launch cities will be Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, and Kansas City, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C. Next year iPhones 2020 should be able to get 5G soon.

Source: Sprint Network News

Check out 12 Safari useful tips on iPhone (video)

Thanks to 9to5Mac for releasing this YouTube with closed caption. It’s the 12 useful tips about Safari for iPhones. There are some tips that we are not aware in knowing about them. Our favorite tips are to use quickly close all tabs and the other one is to use quickly add the bookmarks.

Source: 9to5Mac

Apple’s planning to combine iPhone, iPad and Mac by 2021 according to the report

New report shows that Apple’s planning to combine iPhone, iPad and Mac apps by 2021 according to Bloomberg. It will allow developers to create a single app called “single binary” which it means it can work across iPhones, iPads, and Macs for seamlessly, smoothing and faster. Combining them could be bigger step for Apple. Read here for furthering information. We have added Bloomberg video discussing about Apple’s plan included closed caption for deaf and hard of hearing fans. Stay tunes.

Netflix and Hulu price changes: What’s new with plans

Cord cutting is getting quietly complicated with price than past. Streaming services have become common and popular in America. One survey from March 2018 showed that nearly 60% percent of Americans are streaming. Since Netflix and Hulu made price changes, let’s take at look at them in the below.

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Apple Pay coming to Target, Taco Bell, Jack in the box and more locations across the U.S. soon

Target, Taco Bell, Speedway convenience stores Hy-Vee supermarkets in the Midwest and Jack in the Box will be the latest and top 100 merchants in the United States accepting Apple Pay in the coming weeks.

“Whether customers are buying everyday household items, groceries, snacks for a road trip or grabbing a quick meal, Apple Pay is the easiest way to pay in stores, while also being secure and faster than using a credit or debit card at the register,” said Jennifer Bailey, Apple’s vice president of Internet Services. “We’re thrilled even more customers will be able to pay at their favorite stores and restaurants using the Apple devices that are always with them.”

Source: Apple Newsroom