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Qualcomm Files Lawsuit To Stop Apple From Selling iPhones In China: Here’s Why It Won’t Work

Qualcomm has filed a new lawsuit against Apple to stop it from selling or manufacturing iPhones in China. It’s the latest in both companies’ long-running legal battle, which started earlier this year.

Apple October 14, 2017

Apple To Abandon Touch ID For Face ID In 2018 iPhone Lineup, Says KGI Analyst Kuo

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in his latest investor note explains that, despite initially believing Apple might readopt fingerprint technology, it’s now probable that all 2018 iPhone models will move to Face ID and abandon Touch ID.

Apple October 14, 2017

Apple Reportedly Working With LG To Release A Foldable iPhone In 2020

Apple is apparently trying to create a foldable iPhone, and LG is reportedly supplying the displays. This means Apple will rival Samsung’s rumored foldable smartphone, but it’s also a way for the company to wriggle free from Samsung’s OLED monopoly.

Apple October 12, 2017

Apple Plans To Beat Netflix And Amazon Video With Reboot Of Steven Spielberg’s ‘Amazing Stories’

Steven Spielberg and Bryan Fuller will be heavily involved in rebooting 'Amazing Stories,' which is expected to be one of Apple’s first original programs. The iPhone maker is certainly serious on beating Netflix and Amazon at their own game.

Apple October 11, 2017

iPhone X In The Wild Excites Apple Fans, But Supply Will Be Extremely Limited Until Next Year

The good news is that the iPhone X has been spotted in the wild, further exciting Apple fans. The bad news, however, is that the iPhone X supply will be extremely limited until the first quarter of 2018.

Apple October 9, 2017

Think Apple Deliberately Slows Down Old iPhones Over Time? Think Again, Suggests Benchmark Analysis

Futuremark has now released a data analysis that looks into the performance of older iPhones over the years, and the conclusion is interesting. It turns out Apple doesn’t seem to be intentionally slowing down old iPhone models.

Apple October 7, 2017

How Old, Crappy Phones Inspired The iPhone, And Other Key Takeaways From A New Jony Ive Interview

Jony Ive, Apple’s design chief, graced The New Yorker TechFest to talk about his work. He shared pretty interesting tidbits about the original iPhone, his relationship with Steve Jobs, and his design process.

Apple October 8, 2017

Apple Is ‘Aware’ Of iPhone 8 Battery Swelling Issues And Is ‘Looking Into It’

Several people have been reporting that their iPhone 8 is cracking open because of a swollen battery. Could this be a potentially huge disaster similar to the Samsung Galaxy Note 7?

Apple October 7, 2017

iOS 11.0.2 Upgrade Won't Solve Your Problems, And Downgrading No Longer An Option: Apple, Help!

Apple released iOS 11.0.2, but it made matters even worse for some iPhone and iPad owners. Unfortunately, users who have upgraded to iOS 11.0.2 or iOS 11.0.1 are stuck with these versions, as downgrading is no longer an option.

Apple October 6, 2017

More iPhone 8 Plus Owners Report Cracked Open Cases Due To Battery Swelling: Is It Time To Panic?

More cases of the iPhone 8 Plus cracking open due to swelling batteries have been reported in addition to the first incidents last week. Should owners of the smartphone start to panic?

Apple October 5, 2017

Apple Watch Series 3 LTE Issues Now Fixed With watchOS 4.0.1 Update

You can forget all about your LTE issues with the Apple Watch Series 3, as the Cupertino brand has now released the new watchOS 4.0.1 update to fix the problem.

Apple October 5, 2017

iPhone Hacking Tool Used By FBI In San Bernardino Case Will Remain A Secret

A federal court ruled that the FBI can keep the vendor and price of its iPhone hacking tool a secret. The tool was used to unlock the iPhone 5C of one of the shooters of the 2015 San Bernardino tragedy.

Apple October 2, 2017

You Might Want To Skip iOS 11.0.1 After Reading These User Problems

Many iPhone and iPad owners started experiencing a variety of problems after upgrading to iOS 11. Apple rushed out iOS 11.0.1 to fix some of the issues, but it apparently made things even worse for some users.

Apple October 2, 2017

You Can Now Buy An iPhone Dongle That Lets You Charge And Use A Headphone Jack At The Same Time

A new Belkin dongle will allow iPhone owners to charge their device and listen to music through wired headphones at the same time. The adapter will likely make people miss the 3.5 mm headphone jack even more.

Apple October 1, 2017

A Few iPhone 8 Plus Units Have Cracked Open: Will It Be Like The Galaxy Note 7?

Apple is investigating two cases of iPhone 8 Plus units that cracked open along the sides. The cause appears to be the iPhone 8 Plus battery, raising concerns that the device will end up like Samsung's explosive Galaxy Note 7.

Apple October 1, 2017

FCC Wants Apple To Activate iPhone FM Radio Chips, But There's One Major Problem

FCC chairman Ajit Pai renewed the call for the activation of FM radio chips in smartphones. Pai singled out Apple in his statement, but there is one major problem in enabling the feature on the iPhone 8 and iPhone X.

Apple September 28, 2017

iOS 11 Battery Life Problems? Here Are Some Things To Try While Waiting For A Fix

Many users have suffered from an iOS 11 battery life issue ever since upgrading to the new mobile operating system. While waiting for a fix from Apple, here are some things to try to extend battery life.

Apple September 27, 2017

Apple Working To Fix iPhone 8 Crackling Noise Issue: Hardware Defect Or Software Problem?

Some iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus owners have complained about a crackling noise during phone calls. Apple said that it will soon fix the problem, which is already the second major one among the company's newest devices.

Apple September 27, 2017

Amazon And Apple Are Friends Again: Apple TV 4K Listing Shows Up On Amazon Momentarily

It seems Amazon is set to sell the Apple TV again after pulling them out way back in 2015. Several people noticed that an Amazon listing for the 4K-capable media player showed up, but it has since been taken down.

Apple September 27, 2017

Apple Doesn’t Want Bing Anymore: Siri, Spotlight Search Results On Mac And iOS Will Now Come From Google

Apple has decided to rely on Google search results instead of Bing, further increasing Google’s presence on iOS and macOS platforms. Bing, on the other hand, will remain in some form, but perhaps not for long.

Apple September 26, 2017

Apple Launches macOS High Sierra With Massive Security Risk That Allows Hackers To Steal Passwords

A former NSA hacker revealed a vulnerability that allows hackers to steal passwords stored in a Mac computer just as Apple launched macOS High Sierra. What can users do to protect themselves from the exploit?

Apple September 26, 2017

iPhone 8 Drop Test Shows Just How Fragile That Glass Back Is

A series of drop tests by SquareTrade showed the fragility of the glass back of Apple's iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. How does the durability of the iPhone 8 glass back compare to that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8?

Apple September 25, 2017

Take Note, Clumsy Apple Fans: The iPhone 8 Glass Back Is Very Expensive To Replace

Apple fans upgrading to the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X should be extra careful not to break the glass backs of the smartphones. The costs to replace them are very expensive, even when under AppleCare+ extended warranty.

Apple September 25, 2017

iPhone 8 Teardown Complete: Here Are The Most Important Things That We Learned

iFixit has completed the latest installment of its teardown series, this time on the iPhone 8. Here are the most important things we learned about the new Apple smartphone, including its repairability.

Apple September 23, 2017

4K Content On The New Apple TV Is Strictly Streaming-Only, Downloads Not Allowed: What The Heck, Apple?

The new Apple TV 4K supports 4K, HDR, and Dolby Vision playback, but there’s a catch. 4K content is streaming-only, meaning users won’t be able to download films and shows in 4K and watch them offline.

Apple September 23, 2017

The iOS 11 Control Center Buttons For Wi-Fi And Bluetooth Don't Work The Way You Think They Do

The revamped Control Center is one of the best new features of iOS 11, which Apple recently rolled out to supported devices. However, the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth buttons do not work the way that most users would think they do.

Apple September 20, 2017

Apple Watch Series 3 LTE Reliability Issues Might Make You Think Twice About Buying It

The Apple Watch Series 3 currently has reliability issues for its LTE connectivity feature. Apple will soon roll out a patch, but that might not be enough to solve the device's biggest problem.

Apple September 20, 2017

Apple Rolls Out iOS 11: Here Are Some Of The Best New Features To Try First

Apple has rolled out iOS 11 to all supported devices. The mobile operating system update introduces a long list of new features, and here are some of the best ones to try out.

Apple September 20, 2017

Think It’s Too Expensive? $999 iPhone X Is ‘Value Price,’ Says Apple Chief Tim Cook

Tim Cook doesn’t think the iPhone X is expensive. In 'Good Morning America,' the Apple chief addressed claims saying the company’s new flagship is too expensive.

Apple September 20, 2017

Sprint Offers Customers Free iPhone 8 Deal: Here's What You Need To Do

Sprint has launched a free iPhone 8 deal for new and existing subscribers. Here are the requirements to take advantage of the offer, which will allow customers to take an 18-month lease on the iPhone 8 for $0 per month.

Apple September 19, 2017

How Much Does The $1,000 iPhone X Cost To Make? Maybe Not As Low As Apple Wants

Chinese industry insiders estimated how much it costs to make an iPhone X. The profit margin for the $1,000 smartphone might not be as high as Apple would have wanted though.

Apple September 18, 2017

Craig Federighi Tells Everything You Need To Know About Face ID On iPhone X

Face ID is quite probably the biggest feature on iPhone X, but it has raised several security concerns. Apple exec Craig Federighi has addressed such concerns in a new interview, explaining how accurate, fast, and secure Face ID is.

Apple September 16, 2017

Let’s Talk About That Notch On The iPhone X: Worst Design Decision By Apple In Years?

With an almost bezel-less display and a notch at the top, the iPhone X is perhaps Apple’s most radically designed iPhone yet but radically doesn’t always mean good.

Apple September 15, 2017

The iPhone X Can Keep Up With The MacBook Pro, Thanks To The A11 Bionic Chip

Benchmark scores have shown that the iPhone X is capable of keeping up with the latest 13-inch MacBook Pro. The amazing performance is made possible by the latest Apple processor, the A11 Bionic chip.

Apple September 15, 2017

While Everyone Was Distracted With The iPhone X Reveal, Apple Made Some iPad Pro Models $50 More Expensive

Apple just made most of its iPad Pro models $50 more expensive for some reason. These iPad Pro devices have not been changed in any way, however.

Apple September 14, 2017

Did The iPhone X Face ID Feature Really Fail Onstage? Here's What May Have Happened At The Apple Event

Something went wrong during the demonstration of the iPhone X's Face ID feature at Apple's Sept. 12 event. Did the facial recognition technology fail, or is there another explanation?

Apple September 14, 2017

The New Apple Watch Series 3 No Longer Needs To Be Connected To Your iPhone

The Apple Watch Series 3 will come with cellular capabilities, so an iPhone connection will no longer be needed to make the most out of the smartwatch. Preorders for the new Apple Watch will start on Sept. 15.

Apple September 13, 2017

Apple Will Upgrade Your HD Films Into 4K/HDR Versions For Free (For The New Apple TV 4K, Of Course)

Apple has unveiled the Apple TV 4K, confirming much of the rumors were true. What the rumors missed, however, is that Apple has adopted a new pricing model for 4K films that make the Apple TV highly attractive.

Apple September 13, 2017

Apple Skips iPhone 7s, Goes Straight To iPhone 8: What Changed From The iPhone 7?

Apple skipped the iPhone 7s and went straight to the iPhone 8. Here are the differences between the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 8 for customers who might not be willing to pay $1,000 for the iPhone X.

Apple September 12, 2017

How To Watch Apple iPhone 8 Event Live Stream And What To Expect

Apple will finally unveil its most-anticipated 10th-anniversary iPhone on Sept. 12. Here’s how to livestream the iPhone 8 keynote and what to expect based on rumors, leaks, and speculation.

Apple September 11, 2017

Sorry, Apple Fans: The iPhone 8 Will Be Delayed, Multiple Reports Say

Apple will unveil the iPhone 8 in its upcoming Sept. 12 event, but the arrival of the device to the market will be delayed. Multiple reports confirmed the case, attributing the delay to various factors.

Apple September 9, 2017

The Steve Jobs Theater, Where Apple Will Unveil The iPhone 8, Has A Big Secret

Apple is set to unveil several new devices, including the highly anticipated iPhone 8, on Sept. 12. The Steve Jobs Theater, where the event will be held, reportedly contains a big secret that will make the unveiling more dramatic.

Apple September 7, 2017

This Is The Most Exciting iPhone 8 Feature, Survey Says: Do You Agree?

A survey conducted by Creative Strategies revealed the iPhone 8 feature that customers are unexpectedly most excited about. The survey also gauged the interest among potential customers for the upcoming premium Apple smartphone.

Apple September 6, 2017

The Apple Watch Helped The Boston Red Sox Cheat Against The New York Yankees

The Boston Red Sox were caught cheating by taking advantage of the Apple Watch. How did the Apple Watch help the team gain an unfair advantage over their opponents?

Apple September 6, 2017

Let's Hope That These iPhone 8 Rumors Are True: $900 Price Tag And Blush Gold Color

Rumors involving the iPhone 8 continue to swirl as the world waits for its official unveiling. The latest ones claim that the iPhone 8 price is lower than expected, and that there will be a blush gold color option.

Apple September 6, 2017

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