Technology

Foxconn has shared details about the new products from Apple

Foxconn has shared details about the new products from Apple

AR Glasses: This forms part of what is known as "Project Mirrorshades" within Apple and envisages the development of a smart glass with augmented reality capabilities. "[Motion] could be used for apps like Tinder, nod for yes, shake for no", they said. The leak then talks about the Siri Speaker , which we're expecting to see unveiled at WWDC next week.



Apple Showcases New iMac Pro Workstation at WWDC

Apple's on-going annual developer conference, Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2017, brings a plethora of announcements and one of the major one is the announcement of the all-new iMac Pro coupled with refreshed iMac lineup. Speaking of which, the iMac Pro is just 8 inches thin when you consider the stand, and it weighs only 21.5 lbs. The MacBook Air has also seen some upgrades in the processor department with Apple fitting a 1.8 GHz processor into it.



Hands on with Apple's new 10.5-inch iPad Pro

While there were tons of announcements made at the conference, we narrowed it down to the most important, starting with Siri, the company's smart virtual assistant. It also hooks into a bunch of Smart Home things that are basically only useful in the United States of America still, but if you want an odd-looking speaker it'll be out in December for $349.



What's new in Apple iOS 11?

Apple Maps will also be updated with iOS 11 . DNDWD, which will be available in fall 2017 with the release of Apple's mobile operating system iOS 11, will allow users to send autotomatic replies to contacts attempting to reach them while they are behind the wheel.



Notre-Dame attacker lunges at cop with hammer in dramatic video

The wounded officer fired twice at the hammer-wielding man in the square in front of the cathedral, French police told Fox News . Tourists fled for cover as the attack unfolded. A woman interviewed from inside Notre Dame by Britain's Sky News told of hearing shots and screams, then seeing a human wave of fearful sightseers pour into the cathedral for shelter.