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Apple Watch Series 3 Is Already In ‘Final Testing Phase,’ Launching Q4 2017: Report

The Apple Watch Series 3 has now been given an alleged release date. The LTE-powered smartwatch will reportedly ship in Q4 this year to be launched alongside the much-awaited iPhone 8.

Wearable Tech August 18, 2017

iOS 11 SOS Feature Disables Touch ID So You Can't Be Forced To Unlock Your iPhone With Your Finger

The Emergency SOS feature of iOS 11 does not only give users a quick way to call 911, but it also disables Touch ID. This will prevent users from being forced to unlock their iPhones using their fingerprint.

Apple August 17, 2017

Apple Takes On Netflix, Amazon With $1 Billion Investment For Original Shows: Video Streaming Service Coming Soon?

Apple is preparing $1 billion to take on rival streaming services with its own lineup or original programming. But can it elbow Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu in the streaming race?

Apple August 17, 2017

ESPN App For Apple TV Can Now Stream 4 Games At Once, A Feature We Didn't Know We Need Until Now

The ESPN App for the Apple TV now allows users to watch up to four livestreaming games at a time. The feature sounds like something we don't need, but it will help once college football season rolls around.

Apple August 17, 2017

Apple Fans Are Angry About The New App Store Icon: Is It Really That Bad?

Some Apple fans are not happy about the new icon design for the App Store. Instead of featuring a pencil, paintbrush, and ruler, it’s now mainly composed of a series of overlapping lines.

Apple August 15, 2017

Apple And Aetna Teaming Up? Partnership With Insurance Company Will Bring The Apple Watch To Millions Of Members

Executives of Apple and Aetna were in a series of invitation-only meetings last week. The companies are reportedly discussing a partnership that would offer discounted, and possibly even free, Apple Watches to Aetna customers.

Business Tech August 15, 2017

Swift Creator And Former Apple Star Engineer Chris Lattner Joins Google Brain To Work On Artificial Intelligence

Chris Lattner, a star engineer that was instrumental in the creation of Apple’s Swift programming language, will join Google Brain after his Tesla stint. He will work on making artificial intelligence more accessible to everyone.

Google August 15, 2017

iPhone Owners Are Paying $0.99 For A Blank 10-Minute Song: Why Is It So Popular On Apple iTunes?

A blank 10-minute track 'A a a a a Very Good Song' is climbing up the iTunes charts. Why are iPhone owners paying $0.99 for the so-called song?

Apple August 10, 2017

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Include A Feature That Apple Launched On The iPhone 6s

Samsung will launch a new feature on the Galaxy Note 8 that Apple introduced in the iPhone 6s two years ago. Are Samsung and Apple just copying each other now?

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 10, 2017

Rumored iPhone 8 Delay Debunked By Apple Insider, But You'll Have To Say Goodbye To The Rose Gold Option

Famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo debunks iPhone 8 delay rumors, claiming that the smartphone will launch alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus. However, this year's iPhones will only come in three colors, not including rose gold.

Apple August 9, 2017

4K HDR Apple TV ‘Confirmed’ Via HomePod Firmware: HDR10, Dolby Vision Support Likely

The HomePod firmware has now given clues to a new Apple TV iteration. The code suggest that Apple might soon release a 4K-capable Apple TV that supports HDR.

Apple August 7, 2017

The iPhone 8 Facial Recognition System Sounds Amazing: Face ID Of Apple Rumored To Work Even At Odd Angles

More details about the iPhone 8 facial recognition system have been found in HomePod firmware code. The feature, reportedly named Face ID, could allow users to unlock the smartphone even when it is lying flat on a table.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 7, 2017

Apple Reportedly Updating The iPhone SE With An A10 Chip, Will Launch In Early 2018

Apple might release a new and faster iteration of the iPhone SE early next year, according to reports. However, it might only be exclusive to one country for a given period.

Apple August 5, 2017

Apple Reportedly Testing Various Augmented Reality Glasses For Big AR Push

Apple is reported to be testing different sets of augmented reality glasses with various functions. Apple could go either two routes: create a standalone device with a screen or make something akin to the Samsung Gear VR.

Apple August 5, 2017

The Next Apple Watch Will Be Revamped Like The iPhone 8: Built-In LTE, All-New Form Factor

The Apple Watch Series 3, unlike its predecessor, will have built-in LTE, according to sources familiar with the matter. The smartwatch, expected to be released by the end of the year, is also rumored to have an all-new form factor.

Apple August 4, 2017

Lawsuit Claiming Apple Intentionally ‘Broke’ FaceTime On Older iPhones Can Proceed, Judge Says

A U.S. District Court Judge has ruled that Apple can’t dismiss a lawsuit claiming it intentionally disabled FaceTime on iOS 6. The plaintiffs claim Apple violated California's Unfair Competition Law.

Business Tech August 1, 2017

iPhone 8 Leaked Via HomePod Firmware: ‘Confirms’ Bezel-Less Display, Face Unlock, And More

The iPhone 8, doused in speculation as ever, gets clearer each day. Via Apple’s leaked HomePod firmware, developers have discovered that the iPhone 8 will have a bezel-less screen and an infrared face unlock feature.

Apple August 1, 2017

Some iPhone 8 OLED Displays Will Be Made By LG As Apple Attempts Supplier Diversity: Rumor

Apple has tapped LG Display to supply OLED panels for the iPhone 8, according to rumors. The move might allow for quicker production and more bargaining power for Apple now with two OLED suppliers working on the flagship phone.

Apple July 31, 2017

Chinese Government Pressures Apple Into Taking Down VPN Apps From App Store: The Great Firewall Of China Stands Taller Than Ever

Apple, succumbing to pressure from the Chinese government, has taken down VPN apps from the App Store in China. The move strengthens the country's internet censorship within the Great Firewall of China.

Apple July 29, 2017

Apple Doubles Storage Of iPod Touch, The Last Remaining iPod: iPod Nano, iPod Shuffle Discontinued

Apple doubled the maximum capacity of the iPod Touch to 128 GB. The move was made to appease iPod fans, as the iPod Nano and the iPod Shuffle have been discontinued.

Apple July 28, 2017

Apple Supplier Foxconn Plans To Build $10B Factory In Wisconsin: President Trump Claims Credit

Major Apple supplier Foxconn revealed its plans to build a $10 billion plant in Wisconsin. President Donald Trump claimed credit for the investment, which will create as many as 13,000 jobs.

Apple July 27, 2017

iPhone 8 'Not Delayed' As Apple Starts Trial Production Of 2017 iPhones: Rumor

Despite rumors of production delays, a Foxconn source now says that the Apple iPhone 8 isn’t delayed. In fact, the device, along with the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, has now entered trial production.

Apple July 26, 2017

Apple Legal Issues Continue: Court Orders $506 Million Payment To University Of Wisconsin-Madison For Patent Infringement

Apple has been ordered to pay $506 million in damages to the patent licensing arm of the University of Wisconsin-Madison over a patent infringement lawsuit. Apple will appeal the decision, but there are other legal battles ahead for the company.

Apple July 26, 2017

Apple Will Build 'Three Big Plants' In The United States, Says President Trump

President Donald Trump said that Apple CEO Tim Cook promised to build 'three big plants' in the United States. No further details were revealed, but the move will help revive the country's manufacturing industry.

Apple July 25, 2017

Mysterious Mac Malware Goes Undetected For Several Years: With FruitFly Around, Apple Fans Are Not As Safe As They Thought

Synack chief security researcher Patrick Wardle shed more light on FruitFly, a mysterious malware that has infected Mac computers for at least five years. According to Wardle, the malware was created probably for 'perverse reasons.'

Apple July 25, 2017

The Roomba Could Soon Invade Your Privacy: iRobot Wants To Sell Your Home's Maps

Colin Angle, the CEO of Roomba maker iRobot, revealed plans to sell the home mapping data collected by the cleaning robot to tech companies. The data will help improve smart home devices but possibly at the cost of user privacy.

Smart Home July 25, 2017

Apple Rolls Out iOS 11 Beta 4: Revamped Icons, Updated Notification Center, And Everything New

Heads up, developers: Apple has officially rolled out beta 4 of iOS 11, bringing over several much-needed features to the notification center, settings, and more. A public beta release is expected later this week.

Apps/Software July 25, 2017

iPhone 4S Started Fire At Wisconsin Home: Serious Issue For Apple, Or Isolated Incident?

A woman has filed a lawsuit against Apple for a fire in her Wisconsin home that was allegedly started by an iPhone 4S. Should current iPhone 4S owners start to worry, or is this just an isolated incident?

Apple July 24, 2017

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.

Apple July 22, 2017

Apple vs Qualcomm Lawsuit Intensifies: Four Major iPhone Suppliers Join The Fight

Four major iPhone suppliers have filed counter claims against Qualcomm, further intensifying the legal battle between the chip maker and Apple. The suppliers allege that Qualcomm is trying to force them to pay excessive licensing fees.

Business Tech July 20, 2017

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

iPhone 8's Bezel-less OLED Display Is Not Enough To Convince Users To Upgrade: Analyst

Several rumors have pointed to Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 8 as switching over to an OLED screen, a first for the iPhone lineup. Some analysts, however, think that alone won’t cut it.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 14, 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

Worldwide PC Market Continues To Decline, Drops By 4.3 Percent In Q2 2017

PC shipments all over the world fell 4.3 percent in the second quarter of 2017, the lowest figure it has recorded since 2007. But some PC manufacturers saw growth amid the market slump.

Computers July 13, 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

iPhone 8 Might Start At $1,200, Face Launch Delay Due To Touch ID

Apple fans might be in for some bad news, as the iPhone 8 could start at $1,200. More than that, its release date could be pushed back because of Touch ID issues.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 10, 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

Samsung On Track To Replace Apple As Most Profitable Tech Company, Thanks To Strong Sales Of The S8

It looks like 2017 is a good year for Samsung. The company is on track to topple Apple as the world's most profitable tech company.

Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech July 7, 2017

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