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Apple Rumored To Launch Augmented Reality Headset With New OS By 2020

A Bloomberg report claims that Apple is looking to launch an augmented reality headset as early as 2020. The device, which will be powered by a new operating system, will have limitless applications.

Apple November 10, 2017

Here's How To Squeeze The Most Out Of The iPhone X Battery

iPhone X owners can try this method to extend the $999 smartphone's battery life. It gives the device a retro look though, which may actually be awesome for fans of the aesthetic.

Apple November 9, 2017

iOS 11 Adoption Rate Passes 50 Percent In Under 2 Months, And That's Too Slow For Apple

It took just under two months for the iOS 11 adoption rate to pass 50 percent. This is too slow for Apple, which needs to address the reasons why users are not upgrading to the mobile operating system's latest version.

Apple November 8, 2017

If You Want To Remove The iPhone X Notch, There's An App For That

The iPhone X notch is one of the biggest criticisms of Apple's latest smartphone. Users who would like to get rid of the ugly design can try a free-to-download app named Notcho.

Apple November 8, 2017

Apple To Release 2 iPhone X Successors Next Year: Are You Ready For The iPhone X Plus?

Famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that there will be two iPhone X successors next year, one of which is expected to be the iPhone X Plus. The smartphones will both feature OLED displays and Face ID.

Apple November 8, 2017

Apple Finally Wins ‘Slide To Unlock’ Patent Battle: Samsung Must Pay $120 Million For Infringement

Samsung just lost its longstanding patent war against Apple. After a lengthy legal battle involving slide to unlock and quick links patents, the court is now upholding its original verdict that requires Samsung to pay nearly $120 million in damages.

Apple November 8, 2017

An iOS 11.1 Bug Autocorrects 'I' To 'A' With A Symbol: Here's The Temporary Fix

An autocorrect bug on the iOS 11.1 replaces 'I' to an 'A' with a symbol when users type with the predictive keyboard feature. Apple suggested a temporary fix, but iPhone and iPad owners would rather receive a perfect iOS 11.

Apple November 7, 2017

The iPhone X Is 'The Most Breakable iPhone Ever': Not A Good Thing For A $999 Smartphone

SquareTrade, after performing several tests, declared the iPhone X as 'the most breakable iPhone ever.' That's not a good thing to hear for a $999 smartphone, so you might want to at least protect it with a case.

Apple November 6, 2017

You Don’t Need Apple’s $75 Fast Charger For iPhone 8 If You Already Have An iPad Charger

Apple introduced fast charging with the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, but actually requires owners to buy a separate adapter and cable worth $75. There’s a workaround, however, if you have an iPad charger lying around.

Apple November 7, 2017

What Can Fool Your iPhone X's Face ID? Probably Your Brother

The iPhone X just got tricked by brothers who aren't twins, unlocking itself via Face ID with the unregistered sibling's face. That goes to show that the facial recognition technology isn't foolproof, but that doesn't mean it's not secure.

Apple November 6, 2017

More Than 300 iPhone X Units Stolen From A UPS Truck At San Francisco Apple Store

Thieves just stole over 300 iPhone X models in front of an Apple Store in San Francisco just days before the phone was about to hit shelves across the country. Orders for pick-up at the store will remain unaffected, though.

Apple November 3, 2017

Apple Will Share Face-Mapping Data To App Developers: Should iPhone X Owners Be Concerned?

Apple will allow developers to access the face-mapping data collected by the TrueDepth camera of the iPhone X. Apple has guidelines to prevent the inappropriate usage of the data, but privacy advocates have still raised concerns.

Apple November 2, 2017

Future iPhones, iPads Would No Longer Use Qualcomm Components, And That’s Really Bad News For The Chipmaker

Apple might break up with Qualcomm soon. Reports say the next iPhone and iPad design won’t include Qualcomm components, a scenario which would significantly hit the chipmaker’s profits.

Apple November 2, 2017

The iPhone X Release Was Supposed To Be Next Year, But Apple Took The Risk

A senior Apple executive revealed that the iPhone X was originally planned to be released in 2018. However, the company took the risk of accelerating its development to be able to launch the iPhone X this year.

Apple November 2, 2017

iOS 11.1 Adds 70 New Emoji, But Does It Also Solve The Battery Drain Problem?

Apple rolled out iOS 11.1, which promises to add 70 new emoji to iPhones and iPads. While that is indeed important, the big question is whether the operating system update also fixes the battery drain problem that users have reported.

Apple November 1, 2017

Best Buy No Longer Sells Overpriced iPhone X After Wave Of Customer Complaints

Best Buy received complaints from customers after it decided to add an extra $100 charge for outright purchases of the iPhone X. The retailer has succumbed to the backlash and is now only offering the iPhone X through carrier-specific plans.

Apple November 1, 2017

The iPhone 9 Supply Will Not Be Dragged Down By Face ID Components: Good News For Apple

The iPhone X supply shortage has been well-chronicled, and attributed to issues with Face ID components. According to famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, next year's iPhone models will not suffer from the same problem.

Apple October 30, 2017

Apple Engineer Fired After Daughter's iPhone X Hands-On Video Goes Viral

An Apple engineer has just been fired after his daughter uploaded an exclusive hands-on video of the iPhone X. Apple really hates leaks, especially if it’s about a flagship phone that’s yet to be released.

Apple October 30, 2017

Best Buy Is Charging $100 More For An iPhone X, Says It’s Because Of Flexibility

Best Buy is selling the iPhone X for $100 more than its original retail price but only for customers who want to pay for the device upfront. Those who’ll opt for an installment plan will get it without added costs.

Apple October 28, 2017

Hackers Can Use iOS Apps With Camera Access To Spy On iPhone Owners

A security researcher discovered that hackers can abuse iOS permissions to have apps secretly take pictures and record videos using the iPhone's cameras. How can you protect yourself against this new iOS privacy problem?

Apple October 29, 2017

Apple Bets On Family-Friendly Shows Rather Than Edgy Original Programming: Is This The Right Move?

Apple is trying to kickstart its own video streaming service with safe, family-friendly shows. That means there will be no nudity or violence in its initial lineup of original shows, unlike Netflix, Amazon Video, and others.

Apple October 27, 2017

Apple Denies Allegations Of Face ID Accuracy Downgrade To Speed Up iPhone X Production

A report claimed that Apple quietly allowed iPhone X suppliers to downgrade the accuracy of Face ID to speed up the production of the smartphone. Apple has strongly denied the allegations, saying that they are 'completely false.'

Apple October 25, 2017

Apple In Trouble: Only Half Of The Expected iPhone X Supply This Year Will Be Shipped

The iPhone X supply issue has been well documented, but a new report gives a specific number to show the severity of the problem. Customers looking forward to Apple's premium smartphone might have to wait a while.

Apple October 24, 2017

iPhone X Trade In Programs Offered By Sprint, Verizon, And T-Mobile: Here Are The Important Details

Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile have released their respective iPhone X trade-in programs. Here are all the important details that potential customers need to know when deciding from which carrier to purchase Apple's premium smartphone.

Apple October 24, 2017

Apple Stopped Selling The 256 GB iPhone 7 So Customers Will Buy The iPhone 8: That's Not Working Out So Well

Apple quietly discontinued the 256 GB iPhone 7 on the day that it announced the iPhone 8 to boost the new smartphone's sales. The decision, however, has not worked out well for Apple.

Apple October 23, 2017

Apple Opens Near-Invisible Flagship Store In Chicago: Here’s What It Looks Like Inside

Apple has finally opened its Apple Michigan Avenue store, with a dazzling design that challenges what a traditional retail outlet is supposed to look like. Apple worked closely with the city of Chicago to create the space.

Apple October 21, 2017

Japanese Developer Sues Apple For Allegedly Stealing iPhone X ‘Animoji’ Feature

A Japanese developer has sued Apple for allegedly stealing the name Animoji. Apple allegedly tried to have the trademark canceled this past September, and the trademark is now under review.

Apple October 21, 2017

All iPhone Models Next Year Rumored To Feature OLED Display, Face ID Of iPhone X

Rumors claim that next year's iPhone models will include the most important features of the iPhone X, namely the OLED display and Face ID. The 2018 iPhones will also be cheaper than the iPhone X.

Apple October 20, 2017

Tim Cook Says Apple Hasn’t Forgotten About The Mac Mini, Promises Future Upgrades

The Mac mini is the cheapest way to get an official Mac computer, but it hasn’t been updated in over three years. Thankfully, customers might see an upgrade soon based on Apple CEO Tim Cook’s comments.

Apple October 20, 2017

Apple Self-Driving Car Tech Spotted In Silicon Valley, And It Looks Kind Of Weird

The self-driving car technology that Apple is working on has been spotted in the streets of Silicon Valley., but it looks weird compared to other such systems. What does it mean for the future of Project Titan?

Apple October 18, 2017

Headaches Continue With iOS 11.0.3: Users Still Suffering From Poor Performance, Rapidly Draining Battery Life

The recently released iOS 11.0.3 has made the problems of poor performance and rapidly draining battery life even worse for some iPhone and iPad owners. Is there an end in sight for the iOS 11 issues?

Apple October 18, 2017

Apple Loses Lawsuit To Patent Troll VirnetX, Ordered To Pay $440 Million

Apple badly lost the lawsuit filed by patent troll VirnetX, who accused the company of infringing patents with iMessage and FaceTime. Apple, which has been ordered to pay $439.7 million, will launch one final appeal.

Apple October 17, 2017

iPhone 8 Sales In Trouble: iPhone 7 And iPhone X Are To Blame

According to information from various sources, analysts claim that the iPhone 8 is not selling well. Some customers have preferred the cheaper iPhone 7, while others have been waiting for the premium iPhone X.

Apple October 17, 2017

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

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