Year: 2020

Some AirPods Max owners report condensation issue

It’s not an Apple product launch if the new gadget hasn’t been scrutinized on Twitter for various — what often turn out to be edge case — issues. As for the company’s latest AirPods Max, some owners of the high-end headphones are now reporting an issue with condensation inside the ear cups… An AirPods Max […]

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The first OnePlus wearable could be a $40 fitness band

oznor After the rumors and apparently confirmation that a Wear OS smartwatch is being prepped for release in 2021 by OnePlus, it seems that the company’s initial foray in the wearable segment could be a fitness band to take on the likes of popular Xiaomi’s Mi Band. According to Android Central, the OnePlus Band as […]

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Latest Bitcoin price and analysis (BTC to USD)

TipRanks 3 Big Dividend Stocks Yielding Over 7%; Raymond James Says ‘Buy’ Wall Street’s investment firms are burning the midnight oil as we approach the end of 2020, publishing their year-end notes and their New Year prognostications, both for investors’ edification. There is the obvious point: we’re in a moment of rising markets, and investor […]

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Gazelle will stop accepting trade-ins by mail on February 1st

Used electronics marketplace Gazelle is ending its mail-in trade-in program. In an email obtained by The Verge, the company says it will stop offering the service on February 1st, 2021, meaning potential customers have until January 31st to get an old device in if they want to take advantage of the outgoing program. After that […]

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Apple reportedly drags its feet when dealing with chronic China labor law offenders

A new report sheds some light on how Apple deals with companies that slack on enforcing labor laws in China, alleging that if corrective actions will impact Apple’s bottom line, they are slow to materialize — or may not happen at all.
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2020 in review: AppleInsider’s favorite articles of the year

It’s been a long year, and Apple has been surprisingly active throughout all of it. As we wind down the year, the AppleInsider staff recaps their favorite articles of the year.
2020 has been a whirlwind of a year. There’s the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, paired with an unprecedented amount of Apple events — all covered […]

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