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5 Apple deals you can’t afford to miss this 4th of July

Take advantage of big discounts on Apple hardware with this year’s 4th of July sales. Score up to $99 off.

5 Apple deals you can’t afford to miss this 4th of July

Take advantage of big discounts on Apple hardware with this year’s 4th of July sales. Score up to $99 off.

Best 4th of July iPad Deals 2020: iPad 10.2 and iPad Pro

If it's time for a new Apple tablet, then we've rounded up all the best 4th of July iPad deals right here.

Kuo: Apple to Launch 10.8-Inch iPad Later This Year, 8.5-Inch iPad Mini in 2021

Apple plans to launch a new 10.8-inch iPad in the second half of 2020, followed by a new 8.5-inch iPad

New iMac, 10.8-Inch iPad Air, and Larger iPad Mini Rumored to Launch in Second Half of 2020

Apple is gearing up to launch new iMac and iPad models in the second half of this year, according to

The next iPad Air could have USB Type-C instead of a Lightning port

The next iPad Mini will continue with the Lightning port, however

Next iPad Air Could Feature a USB-C Port Instead of a Lightning Port

The fourth-generation iPad Air may be equipped with a USB-C port instead of a Lightning port, according to a new

Best Father’s Day iPad Deals 2020: iPad 10.2 and iPad Pro

Apple's bestselling tablet makes a great Father's Day gift and several retailers have great sales right now.

All the iPad Trackpad Keyboard Cases You Can Buy

With the release of iPadOS 13.4 in March 2020, Apple introduced official Bluetooth mouse and trackpad support for iPads. The

Lower-Priced 23-Inch iMac and 11-Inch iPad Models Rumored to Launch in Second Half of 2020

Apple plans to introduce a 23-inch iMac in the second half of 2020, with mass production set to begin in

The next iPad Air could have an in-screen fingerprint sensor

The move will allow Apple to offer a nearly borderless screen

Leaker Says Apple Planning iPad Air With Under-the-Screen Touch ID, ARM-Based 12-Inch MacBook, Game Controller, and More

An anonymous Twitter account with a fairly accurate track record has shared details about several Apple products that are supposedly

Apple iPad, iPad Air, and iPad Pro on sale starting at only $269

The Apple iPad, iPad Air, and iPad Pro are some of most advanced tablets in the world, and they're on sale.

Logitech Debuts Trackpad Keyboards for 10.2-Inch iPad and 10.5-Inch iPad Air

Apple today announced that iPadOS 13.4 will feature trackpad support for all iPad Pro models, the iPad Air 2 and

iPad, iPad Air, and iPad Pro on sale for up to $100 off — but not for long

Apple’s latest iPads are currently on sale on Amazon, Walmart, and Best Buy. You can save up to $100.

Unreleased iPad Filed in Eurasian Database

Apple today filed an unreleased iPad model A2229 in the Eurasian Economic Commission database, as confirmed by MacRumors. The tablet

Apple offers free repairs for 3rd-gen iPad Air with blank screen issue

The problem affects iPad Air units made between March 2019 and October 2019

Apple Launches Repair Program for Blank Screen Issue Affecting Third-Generation iPad Air

Apple today launched a repair program for third-generation iPad Air models that are affected by a bug that can cause

Apple Begins Selling Refurbished 2019 iPad Air and iPad Mini 5 Models

Apple today began selling certified refurbished third-generation iPad Air and fifth-generation iPad mini models in the United States for the

Apple May Release Smart Keyboard With Scissor Switches Alongside 2020 iPads

Apple may release a Smart Keyboard with a scissor switch design for its next-generation iPad or iPad Pro models, suggests

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This $35 solar-powered portable charger never runs out of energy

Summer is here and things are heating up. We’re getting outside more and more, even sneaking in a little time away from the home. Hey, as long as you’re being socially responsible about, we’re cool with you getting a day at the beach, or a hike. Or maybe you want a weekend getaway at the campground.A key part of being out of the house is getting away from chargers and plugs. That means batteries dying on devices and phones running low on juice.Arm yourself with a portable battery backup that offers up enough power to recharge your typical phone about three times over. Actually, do yourself one better and get a charger that can conceivably always have power to lend.We have a solar phone charger in our Deals Store that packs some 10,000mAh worth of power. Moreover, it has a 4-panel foldable solar panel system which means it can always be actively replenishing itself. Priced just $34.99, it’s the perfect companion for a day or two away from the home.Features4x monocrystalline solar panels for higher solar power absorption & maximum efficiencyHuge 10,000mAh Li-Polymer battery stores huge power for your devicesDual USB 2.1 quick charging ports powers up your phone, tablets & other device fastBuilt-in 3 LED lights help you call for help in case of an accident or illuminate your campsite at nightSolar panels are completely foldable & waterproof for worry-free transport and useOrder Yours!Head to our Deals Store today and order your 4-panel solar-powered portable charger so you’ll have it for your next weekend excursion or backyard sleepover. Save 20% and grab yours for only $34.99.Best SellersEarn Credits!For every $25 you spend in the AG Deals Store you get $1 credit added to your account. And, if you refer the deal via social media or an email that results in a purchase, you’ll earn $10 credit in your account.First Time Buying?If this is your first time buying, you are also eligible for 10% discount! Just be sure to subscribe for email updates.Free StuffNot looking to spend any money today? No worries. You can still visit the AndroidGuys section for freebies and pick something anyhow.

Top five tools for testing a mobile application

Mobile application testing can be done either manually or using automation. Most companies are starting to use automation tools to reduce overhead, and to speed up the testing process. Consumers expect apps to be developed, updated and tested thoroughly and faster than ever before.Automated testing, or web app testing services, can help speed up the testing process, but every developer needs essential tools to help with the testing process, too.A few of the many mobile testing tools that are being used in 2020 include:TestCompleteTestComplete is a leading UI testing tool that tests your user interface using AI object recognition. You can use scripts or no scripts, and you can test mobile applications as well as web and desktop applications if you build out your app to run on multiple platforms.Developers can create and automate different function tests on iOS and Android devices. There is no need to jailbreak a phone to test out your app.Tests can be automated on:Mobile devicesEmulatorsVirtual machinesYou can also test mobile gestures if your app works with them, and you can record all of your testing for further insight into any bugs or problems your app may have.Automatic checks with simple checkpoints can be added, and you could also integrate other testing tools using the API.Robot FrameworkA powerful, open source automation tool that allows you to create both robotic process automation and test automation for your apps. Robotic Framework is easy to use and setup.When using this framework, you will be able to enjoy acceptance test driven development and testing processes. You can use this framework to create keyword driven tests and also use a variety of standard external test libraries to ensure your app meets testing standards.This tool is cross-platform, so it will work on iOS and Android devices.You can easily integrate this framework into a variety of editing and building tools for further customization of all of your app testing.AppiumAppium is another open source testing automation framework that works with mobile apps on iOS, Android and Windows. The automation framework uses powerful tools with back-end APIs and databases to test code. You can use your favorite development tools to create code to use inside of this platform.You can use this framework for creating UI tests on mobile apps, web apps and even hybrid applications. The framework covers both Android and iOS platforms, and it also supports code reuse across both platforms.SEE ALSOBecome your company’s Big Data hero with this $40 online training bundleJust $39.99, this 9-course bundle will help you master Microsoft Office like a proDevelop the next killer app with this set of online coursesWhen using this platform, you will also be able to benefit from:Testing using multiple languages, including Java, PHP, Ruby, Python and JavaScriptEasy integration with Jenkins and CI/CD toolsRecording of mobile gesturesEspressoEspresso is the testing framework that was created by Google and has been integrated into the Android studio. If you develop apps using the Android platform, you’ll be able to generate scripts using several different options, but these scripts will only work for Android UI.This platform incorporates:Platform-specific solutionsFlexible API usageTest recordingManual creation of tests using Java or KotlinEspresso allows you create automated testing that is small and predictable. You can run tests quickly and easily with different tests state exceptions, assertions and custom infrastructure.XCUITestThe XCUITest is Apple’s own tool for creating UI tests for iOS apps only. This tool will run inside of the XCode IDE and allows you to write tests directly inside of the IDE for greater convenience to developers.When using this platform, it allows you to create tests and execute them on all Apple devices.With XCUITest, you’ll also enjoy:Support for objective-C and Swift programming languagesIntegration with XCodeTest recording with the use of XCode UI test recorderPlatform specific solution for testing of all iOS appsWhen you set up automated testing, you are allowing yourself and your team to conduct tests rapidly and in conjunction with new version releases of your app. In today’s quick app development world, you always need to have testing in place during the development phase. Testing allows you to push products to the market faster while also keeping consumers happier with the apps that they’re using.EDITOR NOTE: This is a promoted post and should not be viewed as an editorial endorsement.IMAGE: StockSnap from Pixabay

MKC Tab Wallet review

It’s rare these days that a piece of tech completely wows me with being original, but even rarer is that device isn’t connected to the internet. I’ve been on the search for the perfect keyring and I think I may have found it in an unlikely place… in a wallet. The MKC Tab Wallet just might be the perfect device for all my personal identification and keys.My keychain search has turned up many contenders like KeySmart and KeyBar. I’ve carried two generations of the KeySmart with the Tile integrated model being the latest. Despite this, I’ve felt like it was still bulky and not quite what I wanted.MKC which is a sub-brand of a company called IPPINKA may have filled that void and more with the Tab Wallet. Allow me to expand on just how impressive this wallet really is in my full review.DesignThe tanned leather look of the MKC Tab Wallet looks fairly normal when you pull it out of the box. You have a front pocket meant to store a single, or at most, three cards. I’ve chosen to use this as my placeholder for my driver’s license and insurance card.Inside the main compartment, you have a larger slot for your main credit and debit cards to live. The company says this will contain three to six cards, but may need time for the leather to conform to the higher end of that capacity. I’ve found that to be true. I started with three cards and added additional cards to five total within a week. This compartment is also RFID protected.So, far you’re right. This is a standard minimal front pocket wallet by MKC. However, flip the Tab Wallet over and you’ll see what looks like two brass buttons. These are actually Chicago bolts that screw into studs on the other side of this leather back.And this is where the magic happens! Each stud will hold up to three standard-size keys for your household locks. Once in place, you screw the bolt through the keys and you now have your main keys and money all in a single MKC Tab Wallet.Real-World ExperienceWhile most of us probably don’t have a ton of keys, I do have more than one and this multi-functioning MKC Tab Wallet hits a sweet spot and is still very slim in pocket real estate. This allows me to have my house key, my parents key, a bottle opener, and a SIM tool (nerd alert) all hidden in the same wallet I’m going to carry every day.The MKC Tab is also a better wallet in general than what I was previously using. I previously had one that had a tiered card slot on one side, a large pocket in the middle, and a plastic-covered ID slot on the back. I was always having issues with the plastic sticking to my license while ordering drinks and the card slots overlapped just enough to make getting to any card cumbersome.The MKC Tab instead offers you a front pocket to easily get to my license or other documentation more freely. I don’t have to fumble through a plastic wall to get to them when a tasty beer is at stake.It also makes paying the tab quicker with a tab. You pull the elastic band around the bottom of the main card slot and all your cards pull right out ready to be used. Once the cards are returned the tab slides back down into place tucked away into the Tab Wallet.Now, the elephant in the room is car fobs. These are usually obnoxiously large and bulky. Well, that’s the one downside to this MKC Tab Wallet, but that’s not unusual. Every keychain I’ve tried on the market simply doesn’t make a great home for these keyless entry units.It did however limit the bulk of my pockets by utilizing the wallet I was already carrying. I’ve always been a keys in the left pocket and wallet in my right kinda guy, but with a couple of keys and a couple of car fobs, this had gotten cramped over the last few years as phones have gotten larger as well.MKC has freed up space around my keyless car fobs for my Pixel 4 XL and we all couldn’t be happier. And if I do need to carry them all at once, I put a locking carabiner on my car fobs and a small ring on my MKC Tab to be able to take both in the gym, etc.Final ThoughtsI’ll wrap up by saying I am pretty sure this is the closest thing to a perfect combination of front-pocket wallet and a key organizer you’ll find on the market. MKC has a great build of real leather and functional compartments that I’m still impressed by.You can snag your own MKC Tab Wallet, or it’s big brother, at the company’s website or Amazon. The Tab is available in black or brown leather for $72. Let me know what you think in the comments if you’re liking what you see from MKC.

Panasonic RZ-S500W review: Aiming for a noise-canceling crown

Panasonic continues to prove its audio prowess. If you want to tune the world out, the Panasonic RZ-S500W are for