Akshay Gangwar

Greetings, tech titans and fellow literary time-travelers! I'm Akshay, your tech-whisperer and Harry Potter's number one stalker – seriously, don't ask me how many times I've read those books; it's borderline unhealthy. Working in the tech journalism industry since 2016, I have 7 years of experience covering everything from technology news, to well-researched resource articles. Now the Content Strategist at Beebom, I often pen down op-eds for our website, sharing expert commentary on the latest in technology, AI, and electric cars.

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iPhone 16 A18 chip all models

Early iOS 18 Code Suggests All iPhone 16 Models To Get A18 Chipset

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An alleged iOS 18 code leak suggests that all the models of the iPhone 16 series would feature an A18 chipset. It means Apple could finally ditch its latest, weird trend of using year-old chips in non-Pro iPhone models. In addition to the A18 chipset, the operating system also suggests that Broadcom Wi-Fi and Bluetooth modules are planned for the ‌iPhone 16‌ range. At the moment, the leaked code list doesn't contain the iPhone 16 Ultra model.
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Nothing phone (2) stable Android 14 update

Nothing Phone (2) Gets Stable Android 14-Based Nothing OS 2.5

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Nothing has started rolling out the Nothing OS 2.5 update based on the latest Android 14 for the Nothing Phone (2) with loads of new features like customizations, changes for the Glyph Interface, and more. This comes after the Carl Pei-led brand released the beta version of Nothing OS 2.5 update for people back in October. The Nothing Phone (1) will soon start getting the open beta of Nothing OS 2.5.
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Apple gives up custom 5g modem

Apple Accepts Failure in Custom 5G Modem Development Project: Report

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According to a latest report citing supply chain sources, Apple has decided to abandon the custom 5G modem development project. Despite pouring in billions of dollars and efforts, Apple has failed to develop an in-house 5G modem as efficient as the competitors. This would mean, Qualcomm will continue to supply 5G modems for iPhones.
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