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Here's Your First iPhone 9 Rumor: Apple Taps LG To Supply L-Shaped Batteries

The iPhone 8 is not yet out, but we already have our first rumor on next year's iPhone model, the iPhone 9. A report claims that Apple has tapped LG as the device's exclusive supplier for L-shaped batteries.

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Apple Rolls Out iOS 10.3.3: Here's Why You Need To Download It As Soon As You Can

Apple has released iOS 10.3.3, the latest version of the operating system that patches up several vulnerabilities in mobile devices. The update is considered a minor one, though, as Apple starts to shift its focus on the upcoming iOS 11.

Apple July 20, 2017

New Panic Command Feature By Apple Will Allow Users To Quickly And Discreetly Call 911: Is It On The iPhone 8?

A published Apple patent depicted an iPhone panic command feature that will allow users to quickly and discreetly call 911. Will it be available on the iPhone 8, and will it really help improve the safety of iPhone owners?

Apple July 19, 2017

Apple Hasn't Started Mass Production Of New iPhones Yet, While OLED iPhone 8 Gets Delayed

According to a report, Apple's 2017 iPhones have yet to enter mass production, and the OLED iPhone 8 release date is said to be delayed to November or December.

Apple July 17, 2017

Apple's World Emoji Day Celebration Has New Emojis Heading To iOS, macOS, And watchOS Devices

In celebration of World Emoji Day, Apple has unveiled a new set of emojis that will arrive later this year across Apple devices. The company also converted some film titles on the iTunes Store into emojis.

Apple July 17, 2017

This Week's Top iPhone 8 News: Mirror-Like Option, $1,200 Starting Price, Software Problems, Launch Delays, And Lower Sales Than Predicted

This week was not a good one for Apple fans looking forward to the iPhone 8. There were more bad news than good news for the smartphone, including software problems and possible delays for the premium iPhone 7 successor.

Apple July 16, 2017

Apple Leases Equipment To Suppliers To Guarantee iPhone 8 Parts And Avoid Production Issues

Apple has reportedly bought its own production equipment, leasing them to suppliers to manufacture iPhone 8 components. The news comes as the company faces rumors of production delays and difficulties.

Apple July 15, 2017

Apple Has Been Working On iPhone Facial Recognition For Years, But It Still Doesn't Work Right On The iPhone 8

Recently published patent applications reveal that Apple has been working on iPhone facial recognition technology for years. However, the company is having trouble with getting the feature to work on the iPhone 8, which may delay the premium smartphone's launch.

Apple July 14, 2017

How To Install iOS 11 Public Beta 2 And What's New In The Update

Apple has released iOS 11 public beta 2, and that means you can now try out some new features. Here's what's new in the latest update so far and how to install it.

Apple July 13, 2017

Apple Falls Into Panic Mode As Software Problems Plague iPhone 8: Wireless Charging, 3D Face Scanning In Trouble

There is 'a sense of panic in the air' in Apple, according to a report by Fast Company. The iPhone 8 team is said to be encountering software problems surrounding the upcoming smartphone's wireless charging and 3D face scanning features.

Apple July 12, 2017

Deutsche Bank Warns iPhone 8 Sales May Fall Well Short Of Expectations

Sales of Apple's iPhone 8 might fall short of expectations. A new report by Deutsche Bank suggests that Apple's investors might be setting their sights too high.

Apple July 12, 2017

Apple Will Offer 4 iPhone 8 Colors, Including A Mirror-Like Option, Leaker Claims

Reliable leaker Benjamin Geskin claimed that the iPhone 8 will come in four colors, one of which is a mirror-like option that he explained by using a case as an example. What could the other three color options be?

Apple July 10, 2017

Apple Will Replace Touch ID On iPhone 8 With 3D Face Scanning: How Will The Security Feature Work?

A report claims that Apple is looking to replace the Touch ID in iPhones with 3D face scanning technology. Will the new security feature be ready in time for the upcoming iPhone 8?

Apple July 4, 2017

Industry Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo Unveils Big Predictions About The Upcoming iPhone 8 And Revamped iPhone 7

The iPhone 8 is shaping up to be one of the biggest tech events of the year, but we still don't know much about it. A new analysis by Street Insider has made some major predictions.

Apple July 3, 2017

Apple Seeds macOS High Sierra To Public Beta Testers: How To Get It And What To Consider

Mac enthusiasts, rejoice: the first macOS High Sierra public beta is now available for download. Here's what you need to know.

Apple June 30, 2017

Here's How To Install iOS 11 Beta On Your iPhone, iPad, And iPod Touch

Apple has rolled out the first iOS 11 public beta, which will allow customers to test the newest version of the mobile operating system. Here are the steps to installing the beta version of iOS 11 into your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.

Apple June 27, 2017

Apple Rents SUVs From Hertz To Test Self-Driving Vehicle Tech: Is Project Titan Too Far Behind?

Apple leased a small fleet of Lexus RX450h SUVs from the Donlen fleet management unit of rental company Hertz to test its self-driving vehicle technology. Project Titan is still alive, but is it too far behind from its competitors?

Apple June 28, 2017

Will There Really Be An iPhone Ban In Italy? Here's The Explanation Of The Proposed Law

Reports claimed that Senate Act 2484 of Italy could get the iPhone banned in Italy. What is the proposed bill all about, and will it really ban the iPhone in the European country?

Apple June 26, 2017

Steve Jobs Created The iPhone Because He Hated A Microsoft Employee: Here's The Story

The iPhone, Apple's flagship device, has long been attributed as a product of the genius of Steve Jobs. Apparently, though, it is also a product of his hate against a Microsoft employee.

Apple June 22, 2017

New Apple Ads Show You How To Use Memories Feature, An Old Man Living In Your iPhone

Apple has released a new ad called The Archives, a cinematic and emotional representation of using the Memories feature on the Photos app. In addition, the company also published a more straightforward video on how to use the Memories.

Apple June 21, 2017

Apple's Confidential Seminar To Fight Against Leaks Just Got Leaked

A recording of an internal briefing at Apple about preventing leaks has just leaked, describing the different ways information or product parts illegally make it to the public. It turns out, Apple really tries hard to keep everything a surprise.

Apple June 21, 2017

Apple Music Now Offers A $99 Annual Subscription: Your Move, Spotify And Pandora

Apple quietly added a $99 annual subscription option for Apple Music, which translates to about $8.25 per month. Previously, Apple Music only offered a $9.99 monthly subscription, similar to rivals Spotify and Pandora.

Apple June 20, 2017

Ikea Teams Up With Apple To Bring Virtual Furniture To Your Home Through Augmented Reality Tech

Ikea teamed up with Apple to create a new augmented reality app based on the ARKit that was unveiled at WWDC 2017. The app will place photo-realistic renders of furniture on top of pictures that customers take of their homes.

Apple June 20, 2017

Leaked Screen Protectors Confirm iPhone 8 Final Design: Almost No Bezels For The Premium Apple Smartphone

Leaked screen protectors for the iPhone 8 have confirmed the final design for the upcoming premium smartphone. It will have a nearly bezel-less display, with no home button at the front.

Apple June 20, 2017

Apple Will Allow Google Assistant To Replace Siri On iPhone 7s And iPhone 8: Is This Rumor True?

A new rumor claims that Apple will allow Google Assistant to replace Siri on the upcoming iPhone models as the default virtual assistant. Is this rumor true, or does it sound absurd?

Apple June 18, 2017

Apple Hires Sony's Jamie Erlicht And Zach Van Amburg To Produce Original Content For Apple TV, Should Netflix Be Worried?

Apple has expanded its plans to take on Netflix in the streaming business by bringing two seasoned TV veterans to produce original content. Can Jamie Erlicht and Zach Van Amburg help Apple take on Netflix?

Apple June 16, 2017

New iPad Pro Models Beat High-End MacBook Pro In Some Benchmark Tests: How Did That Happen, Apple?

The new 10.5-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro models surpassed the updated 13-inch MacBook Pro in some benchmark tests. Does this mean that MacBook Pro owners should replace their laptops with the Apple's new tablets?

Apple June 15, 2017

Apple Supplier Confirms iPhone 7s Plus Will Be Waterproof With Wireless Charging Support: What About The iPhone 7s And iPhone 8?

The CEO of iPhone assembler Wistron let slip that the iPhone 7s Plus will be waterproof and support wireless charging. Will the two features also be present in the two other upcoming models, the iPhone 7s and iPhone 8?

Apple June 14, 2017

Tim Cook: Apple Is Focusing On Autonomous Cars

Apple has spent the last few years toiling away on a car project but hadn't announced what it was. Tim Cook has finally revealed what it is, and unsurprisingly, it's autonomous cars.

Apple June 13, 2017

Apple iOS 11 Developer Preview Introduces Business Chat: What Does It Bring?

Apple has been busy working on its iOS 11 and a new iMessage feature called Business Chat is among the highlights. Here's how it works and what perks it has to offer.

Apple June 10, 2017

Apple's Latest Ads Highlight The iPad Pro's Power, The Apple Pencil's Lag-Free Experience

Apple has released two new iPad Pro ads which highlight the tablet’s A10X Fusion chip and lag-free experience when drawing with the Apple Pencil. The upgraded iPad Pro models will ship this June 14.

Apple June 10, 2017

Apple Legalizes Tips In App Store Update, In Exchange For A 30 Percent Cut

Apple solved the issue of in-app tips by legalizing the feature in the latest update to its App Store. In exchange for activating a new revenue stream for developers and content creators, Apple will take a 30 percent cut.

Apple June 10, 2017

Sick Of App Review Prompts? Apple Now Gives Users The Option To Disable Them Completely

App review prompts are the bane of IOS users and Apple is finally doing something about it. iOS 11 will limit how often developers can annoy users with review prompts.

Apple June 9, 2017

iPhone 8 Delay Rumors Resurface: How Long Will Apple Fans Have To Wait?

Rumors that the iPhone 8 will be delayed have resurfaced, with RBC Capital Markets claiming that the production ramp-up for the device is taking longer than expected. When can Apple fans expect to buy the premium smartphone?

Apple June 9, 2017

Apple's Latest 4K 21.5-Inch iMac Is Upgradable: iFixit Teardown Reveals DIY RAM And CPU Upgrade Possibility

Apple's latest 4K 21.5-inch iMac AIO comes with a great surprise: upgradability. iFixit's teardown reveals that the machine comes with removable RAM and modular CPU, so DIY upgrades are now possible.

Apple June 8, 2017

iPhone Screen Repairs Will Get A Lot Easier By Year's End With Apple's Special Repair Machines

Apple is reportedly planning to make iPhone screen repairs a whole lot easier with proprietary Horizon Machines at third-party repair centers. The company should deploy such machines at 400 shops in 25 countries by the end of the year.

Apple June 7, 2017

Apple Unveils Upgraded MacBooks At WWDC 2017: Kaby Lake, Faster Graphics, Better SSDs And More

Apple announced refreshed MacBook models at WWDC 2017, promising more power, faster performance, and better battery life. Here's what the new MacBook and MacBook Pro have to offer.

Apple June 7, 2017

Apple Launches First Original Show: Here's What 'Planet Of The Apps' Is All About And How To Watch It

Apple has finally released its first original series, a reality show entitled 'Planet of the Apps.' What is the program all about, and how can interested users watch its first episode for free?

Apple June 7, 2017

Apple Helped UK Terrorism Investigations By Handing Over Metadata: How Is This Different From Breaking Encryption?

Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the company has helped United Kingdom officials in their investigations into the series of terrorist attacks in the country. Apple is said to have handed over metadata, which is different from breaking encryption.

Apple June 6, 2017

10.5-Inch iPad Pro Accessories: Here Are Some Options From Apple And Logitech

The new 10.5-inch iPad Pro has just come out, and it's set to arrive to every buyer's doorstep in about a week. That said, it's never too soon to shop for some accessories, particularly from Apple and Logitech.

Apple June 6, 2017

Apple Unveils Several Welcome Features For Safari

Apple has announced some new privacy and ad blocking features to the upcoming version of Safari. These changes may anger advertisers, but they should please consumers.

Apple June 7, 2017

WWDC 2017: External GPU And VR Support Are Coming To macOS

WWDC has already gotten off to a big start for Apple with plenty of new products and updates to talk about. One of the bigger ones for Mac users came in the form of external GPU and VR support coming to macOS.

Apple June 6, 2017

iOS 11's Do Not Disturb While Driving Feature Detects When You Are In A Moving Car

Apple's iOS 11 would integrate the Do Not Disturb While Driving mode. This feature was designed to mute all notifications and calls upon detecting that the driver is behind the wheel, preventing distraction.

Apple June 6, 2017

WWDC 2017: Apple Pay Is Out To Replace PayPal's Venmo With P2P Payments Via iMessage

Apple will soon allow users to send and receive money via Apple Pay inside iMessage, the company announced during its WWDC. Although the move is a little late, Apple could still threaten other P2P payment apps.

Apple June 6, 2017

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