Right around the time that Apple debuted new Smart Battery cases designed for the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR, Mophie, a popular accessory maker, also introduced its Juice Pack Access battery cases for the new iPhones.
In our latest YouTube video, we went hands-on with the Juice Pack Access to compare it to Apple’s Smart Battery Case to see if it’s a better option for those looking to extend their iPhone batteries.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. The cases are similar in weight and thickness, and both cases have a hump design with an area where the battery inside the case protrudes. The Juice Pack Access is also made from a [...]
Netflix today announced the launch of a new Smart Downloads feature that’s designed to streamline the process of downloading content for offline viewing.
With Smart Downloads, when you finish viewing an episode of a TV show that you’ve downloaded, Netflix will delete it and then automatically download the next episode. Smart Downloads is designed to download content only when you’re connected to Wi-Fi so it’s not using your cellular data plan.
Netflix users can choose to use or disable the Smart Downloads feature, which is available on iOS and Android devices. Turning off Smart Downloads will keep watched content on your device.
The National Hockey League today announced the upcoming launch of a new app designed for the iPad that will provide coaches with more than 60 different real-time individual and team statistics on iPads that will be available on the bench during games.
The NHL is deploying a new set of iPad Pro models with the app, and the new iPad will complement the three iPads already on the bench that offer up real-time video. New iPads and the app will come out League-wide sometime after the All-Star break.
Designed in consultation with video coaches from various teams, the app was built to provide coaches with player usage (time on ice) and face-offs at the forefront because [...]
Over the course of the last month, some troubling information has surfaced about Ring, the Amazon-owned company that has millions of cameras inside and outside homes across the globe.
The Information in December suggested Ring employees in both the U.S. and the UK had unfettered, unnecessary access to customer camera feeds, and today, The Intercept has shared additional details.
Starting in 2016, Ring allowed its Ukraine-based research team to access „every video created by every Ring camera around the world.“ Video content was unencrypted and „easily browsed and viewed,“ plus videos were linked to specific customers.
Ring employees [...]