TechCast #4: Huawei, new MacBook, Apple Pay, Mic.Edge, more

Today we’re talking about Google and Huawei issue, the new MacBook Pro with butterfly keyboard, Valve, new Mic.Edge preview on macOS, more


During this week we saw Google stopping business with Huawei, as a new law mentioned the company on a report. The Chinese company won’t be sold in the US. , as the report says, and Google will take their services from the company’s phones. You can read our full article here.

Apple Pay continues to expand, now in Hungary and Luxembourg, which now marks 38 markets around the world, where Apple’s mobile payment is now available. You can read our full article here.

As it seems Apple has gained clearance for the ECG app for the Apple Watch Series 4. According to the Health Canada database, ECG and irregular heart rate rhythm notifications are listed being approved as of the 16th May. The listings were first reported by the iPhone in Canada blog. You can read our full article here.

Apple has confirmed with press that its next media event — the opening keynote of WWDC — will take place on June 3rd at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. The keynote will be held in San Jose, California, at the McEnery Convention Center where Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference is held. We don’t expect this keynote to be hardware-packed like WWDC 2017, but we do anticipate a major hardware teaser. You can read our full article here.

Apple has announced today that it is upgrading the MacBook Pro with faster 8th- and 9th-generation Intel Core processors. This revision marks the first time that the MacBook Pro has been available in an 8-core configuration. The new MacBook Pro models also feature a revised keyboard design. You can read our full article here.

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