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Bizarre image bug distorts screenshots sent from iPhone 7 Plus to Pixel handsets

Bizarre image bug distorts screenshots sent from iPhone 7 Plus to Pixel handsets

According to recent reports, some of the owners of Google new flagship Pixel handsets – Pixel and Pixel XL – have drawn attention to a bizarre image bug which apparently distorts the screenshots sent to the Pixels from Apple’s newest big-screen handset, iPhone 7 Plus.

Going by the discussions on the Google's product forum, the screenshots which the owners of the Pixel handsets get from the owners of the iPhone 7 Plus handset appear to have some kind of an unexplained glitch.

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Apple will reportedly start shipping new MacBook Pros next week

Apple will reportedly start shipping new MacBook Pros next week

According to reports, Apple appears to be set for the shipment of its first 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro laptops equipped with a Touch Bar. The reports are based on the fact that Apple has moved the initial MacBook Pro orders into the ‘Preparing for Shipment’ stage.

The reports indicate that the customers who placed orders for the new MacBook Pro laptops right when Apple made it available for purchase on October 27 will likely have the laptops shipped to them next week.

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Apple releases developer preview of iOS 10.2

Apple releases developer preview of iOS 10.2

Close on the heels of the iOS 10.1.1 public release on Monday, tech biggie Apple announced the rollout of a developer preview of iOS 10.2. The latest beta release can now be downloaded from Apple's developer webpage or directly through Software Update onto test devices.

The iOS10.2 beta software released by Apple is a huge 1.78GB download package, which marks the addition of full Unicode 9.0 emoji, including a total of 72 emojis which the Unicode Consortium had approved in June this year.

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Tim Cook talks about Siri, AI, and other things at Apple’s quarterly earnings call

Tim Cook talks about Siri, AI, and other things at Apple’s quarterly earnings ca

At Apple’s fourth quarter 2016 earnings call on Tuesday, the company’s CEO Tim Cook was asked about Siri digital assistant, home assistants vs. digital assistants, artificial intelligence (AI) and balancing AI with security. His responses to the questions unfolded new insights into Siri's popularity and Apple's privacy standpoint.

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