(Wow Amazing) iOS 16 To Include An Always-On Display Feature

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iOS 16 To Include An Always-On Display Feature And More Tech News

‘RealityOS’ trademark hints at Apple’s new AR/VR headset coming soon.   Source: 9to5Mac

MSI MEG 342C QD-OLED: MSI introduces its first Quantum Dot OLED monitor with HMI 2.0 technology.   Source: notebookcheck.net

Kuo: TSMC roadmap indicates this year’s iPhone ‘A16’ chip will stick to 5nm fab, same as A14 and A15.   Source: 9to5Mac

Intel Arc desktop GPU launch could be imminent (but you won’t be able to buy one).   Source: TechRadar

iOS 16 To Include An Always-On Display Feature


iOS 16 to include an always-on display feature ahead of iPhone 14 Pro.   Source: 9to5Mac
iOS 16 to bring more ‘social network-like functionality to Messages, tvOS to bring ‘more smart-home tie-ins’.   Source: 9to5Mac
FBI warns US colleges of widespread VPN credential leaks on Russian cybercrime forums.   Source: The Record Of Recorded Future

Tesla and other EV companies ask for federal investment in heavy-duty truck charging.   Source: The Verge

MSI reveals a 34-inch QD-OLED curved monitor with a 175Hz refresh rate and UWQHD resolution.   Source: TechSpot

AMD could be readying a super-cheap GPU to tackle Nvidia’s rumored GTX 1630.   Source: TechRadar

The iPhone 14 Pro could have several important changes to its design and features including a new 48MP camera and a hole-punch cutout in place of the notch.   Source: AppleInsider

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Hasham Ali is content and creative writer with five years of on-hand experience. He has been working with clients from all over the world and has helped brands achieve their goals through his content. Plus, he also has experience working for blogs. Hasham loves coffee and reading. He joined THC Solutions, the parent company of Tech Gadgets Press, two years ago and is now working on this website to spread more information and to keep the public up-to-date.