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Apple Arcade Game Subscription Service To Cost $5 A Month, Will Have A Free Trial

Apple Arcade, due out this September, will cost $5 a month for access to a library of over 100 games, some of which are exclusive to Apple. There will be a one-month free trial, as well.

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Apple To Spend Over $6 Billion For Apple TV+ Original Content, Which Launches In November

Apple TV+ leaks revealed that the streaming service will be launched in November with a possible $9.99 monthly subscription fee. Apple's upcoming video streaming service will reportedly cost the company more than $6 billion.

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Apple's New Anti-Tracking Policy On Safari Cracks Down On Web Tracking

Apple is promising to take harsher actions on websites that violate Safari's privacy rules. Basically, Apple will treat sites that track user browsing history like malware.

Apple August 15, 2019

Apple To Call Its Next iPhones iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, And iPhone 11 Pro Max: Report

The successors to the iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max could be called the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, respectively. That's according to a case maker that may outed their names early.

Apple August 15, 2019

Your MacBook Pro Might Be Banned On US Flights: How To Check

2015 15-inch MacBook Pro models are banned on U.S. flights. More specifically, models who have not had their batteries replaced won’t get anywhere near a plane.

Apple August 14, 2019

Super-Sized iPhone Pro Will Reportedly Be Part Of Apple’s 2019 Lineup

Apple is launching a new collection of iPhone models soon and a new report revealed that one of them will be called the iPhone 11 Pro. The tip came from a reliable source that leaked other accurate details on Apple products in the past.

Apple August 12, 2019

Apple To Upgrade Next iPad Pro With Triple-Lens Camera Setup: Rumor

Recent reports revealed that the iPad Pro may be getting a major camera upgrade. From a single-lens setup, the 2019 iPad Pro model is now rumored to sport an impressive triple-lens camera setup just like the upcoming iPhone 11.

Apple August 11, 2019

Apple Launching AR Art Installation In Major Cities

People in New York can view a unique AR Art installation this weekend thanks to Apple and New Museum. Those in Hong Kong, London, San Francisco, Paris, and Tokyo can also take the AR walking tour.

Apple August 11, 2019

Someone Finally Hacks Face ID, But Should You Be Worried?

By putting on pieces of tape on a pair of glasses, researchers were able to hack Apple’s ultra-secure Face ID biometric system. But is this a legitimate security concern?

Apple August 10, 2019

If You Can Hack An iPhone Or Mac, Apple Will Give You $1 Million: Here’s The Catch

Apple will give $1 million to anyone who can hack an iPhone or Mac. Then, sometime next year, it’ll give researchers devices with special tools to dive deeper into iOS.

Apple August 9, 2019

Apple Reportedly Software Locking iPhone Batteries To Prevent Third-Party Repairs

iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max models running iOS 12 or iOS 13 beta won’t accept third-party battery replacement due to a software lock Apple itself has implemented. To fix this, users must approach Apple directly.

Apple August 9, 2019

Apple Facing Lawsuit For 'Unlawful' Siri Recordings

Apple is facing a class-action lawsuit due to last month's revelation about Apple contractors listening to Siri recorings. The lawsuit claims Apple violated the privacy of consumers, including minors.

Apple August 9, 2019

Apple Launches Spine-Tingling ASMR Videos As Part Of 'Shot On iPhone' Series

Apple's new videos for 'Shot on iPhone' is a spine-tingling collection dedicated to the growing ASMR community. It involves a woman whispering a spooky story and other strange sounds over the iPhone XS.

Apple August 8, 2019

New Study Wants To Find Whether iPhone And Apple Watch Data Can Detect Early Signs Of Dementia

Researchers are studying whether Apple Watch and iPhone data can help determine the first signs of dementia. The findings are to be discussed at a conference in Alaska.

Apple August 8, 2019

Apple Rolls Out Of Digital Credit Card To Select Customers

The Cupertino-based company started to roll out the Apple Card, but it will only be used by select users for now. The digital credit card will be available to all iPhone owners in the United States later this month.

Apple August 7, 2019

AirDrop And Wi-Fi Password Sharing Feature Can Leak iPhone Cellphone Numbers

Is it possible for information to leak from Apple's AirDrop feature? A new security report shows how easy it would be to recover cellphone numbers from the feature's broadcasted information.

Apple August 3, 2019

Confirmed: Apple Card Coming This August

Tim Cook has now confirmed that the Apple Card is launching this August. No specific date yet, though, but expect applications to arrive in droves.

Apple July 31, 2019

Apple Regulatory Filing Reveals 2 More iPad Models Coming This Fall

Two more iPad models are making its way to the market, which means as many as seven variants of the tablet may be released by Apple this year. Here's what we know so far about the upcoming iPad models.

Apple July 29, 2019

All Three iPhone Models Coming In 2020 Will Feature 5G: Rumor

According to a trusted Apple analyst, the company is going to release three new iPhone models in 2020 that support 5G. But is Apple ready to break away from Qualcomm completely?

Apple July 29, 2019

Whistleblower Says Apple Contractors Regularly Hear Private Siri Recordings

Is the information gathered from Siri recordings really private? According to a whistleblower, Apple contractors regularly listen to private Siri recordings, including intimate moments and private medical information.

Apple July 27, 2019

Apple Suppliers Aim To Build 75 Million iPhone 11 Devices This Year

Apple wasn't as successful with the iPhone in 2018 as they were in previous years. However, things are looking up in 2019 as insiders said suppliers are gearing up to produce 75 million units of the new iPhone 11.

Apple July 26, 2019

True 16-Inch MacBook Pro 2019 Backs Down From OLED, Debuts In October At $3,000 Starting Price

A new report affirmed that the 16-inch MacBook Pro 2019 will not have an OLED display but rather an LCD one with a competitive sharp 3K display when it debuts this October. The 2019 iteration comes at a hefty $3,000 baseline price tag.

Apple July 26, 2019

New Video Shows What The iPhone 11 Could Look Like

Dummy units of the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Max, and iPhone 11R are shown off in a new video. While they aren't functional smartphones, they do give a close look at the design of the new models.

Apple July 17, 2019

The Newest MacBook Has A Slower SSD Than Previous Generation: Report

According to a Blackmagic Disk test, the just-announced MacBook Air’s SSD has a read speed that’s 35 percent slower than the last-generation model. This might not be so bad, though.

Apple July 16, 2019

Apple To Stop Using Butterfly Keyboards In New MacBooks: Report

A new report says that Apple is ditching the butterfly keyboards in the near future. Starting with the 2019 refreshed MacBook Air, new models are said to sport a scissor-switch keyboard design instead.

Apple July 4, 2019

New iOS 13 FaceTime Feature Will Fake Eye Contact For You

During video calls, participants stare at the screen instead of the camera, causing a slightly uncomfortable sense of disconnect. That’s what this new FaceTime Attention Correction feature intends to fix.

Apple July 4, 2019

MacBook Pro Catches Fire, Days Before Apple's Battery Recall Program

A user shared pictures of his MacBook Pro that caught fire, showing burn marks and a gaping hole on its bottom. As the owner explained, this occurred days before Apple announced the battery recall program for the machines.

Apple July 3, 2019

Rumor: Apple To Drop Face ID In Favor Of In-Display Touch ID For Next iPhone

A certain iPhone feature might be coming back. Apple is apparently developing an exclusive iPhone for China that has Touch ID instead of Face ID.

Apple July 3, 2019

iOS 13 Is Going To Improve Your iPhone's Battery Life By Not Fully Charging It

Apple's new 'Optimized Battery Charging' feature is set to help users extend the overall battery life of their iPhones. It's set to roll out this fall via iOS 13.

Apple June 5, 2019

Yup, Apple Is Truly Selling A Monitor Stand For $999

Apple’s Pro Display XDR stand is a sleek, gorgeous hunk of metal that retails for $999. Yes, the price the iPhone X originally sold for in 2017.

Apple June 5, 2019

macOS Catalina Will Not Have A Dashboard Feature

One beloved but little-used feature on macOS is going away. macOS Catalina appears to be gutting Dashboard completely, but the change makes plenty of sense as it provides little function these days.

Apple June 5, 2019

Apple Says iTunes Will Stay Alive ... On Windows

iTunes is about to be broken into three separate apps on the macOS when Catalina rolls out. On the other hand, it's going to remain intact as a single app on the Windows platform, according to Apple.

Apple June 5, 2019

Apple Announces iOS 13, iPadOS 13: Is Your iPhone Or iPad Compatible?

Apple impressed the audience attending WWDC 2019 with the new iOS 13 and iPadOS 13 features. The question iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad users must be thinking now is whether their devices will be compatible with the new software updates.

Apple June 5, 2019

This iOS 13 Feature Will Allow iPhone Users To Block Every Robocall

iOS 13 is set to bring a lot of nifty new features to the iPhone this fall, such as the much-requested Dark Mode. Another that stands out is a new tool made to protect users from robocalls.

Apple June 4, 2019

WWDC 2019: New ‘Find My’ Feature Can Track Your Apple Devices Even If They’re Offline

Apple has fused Find My iPhone and Find My Friends into a single app called Find My. With it, you’ll be able to track lost or stolen Apple devices even if they’re not connected to a Wi-Fi network.

Apple June 4, 2019

WWDC 2019: The Mac Pro Is Back And It’s Exactly What You Wished For

As promised, the new Mac Pro is here. Apple redesigned the machine inside and out, making what’s perhaps the biggest comeback in tech thus far.

Apple June 4, 2019

Apple Proves iPads Have Outgrown iOS With New iPadOS: How Is It Different?

Moving forward, iPads will no longer be running iOS. Instead, they’ll be powered by the new iPadOS, which caters to the tablet experience more specifically.

Apple June 4, 2019

Apple Announces macOS Catalina: Is Your Mac Compatible With The New Desktop OS?

As Apple announced at its 2019 Worldwide Developers Conference, its next desktop operating system is called macOS Catalina. It's compatible with a range of Mac devices, and it's coming with a lot of nifty features to boot.

Apple June 4, 2019

The 4 Best iOS 13 Features Apple Announced At WWDC 2019

The iPhone is about to get a whole lot better with iOS 13. As Apple announced during WWDC 2019, iOS users will soon get a dark mode, a new way to share audio, and more.

Apple June 3, 2019

Rumors Of Apple Killing iTunes Just Got More Real

Apple has started emptying out its social media pages for iTunes. At the time of writing, the Instagram and Facebook pages of the service have already been wiped.

Apple June 2, 2019

AirPods Getting Quieter? You Can Get A Free Replacement From Apple

If your AirPods has gotten noticeably quieter since you last purchased them, it might be a good idea to take them to the Apple Store to get them replaced. For free, by the way.

Apple June 1, 2019

It Appears Apple Is Really Killing iTunes, Marking The End Of An Era

All signs point to Apple finally pulling the plug on iTunes at WWDC 2019. In place of it will be a standalone Music app, which is said to retain many features iTunes currently offers.

Apple June 1, 2019

[Update: Limit Removed] iPhone's Cellular Download Limit Raised To 200 MB: What This Means For iOS Users

The cellular download limit for iPhones and iPads has been increased. Now iOS users can download apps below 200 MB even if they're not connected online using Wi-Fi.

Apple June 1, 2019

Here Are 4 Ways To Limit Ad Tracking On Your iPhone

Ad tracking lets marketers and the like to determine what ads are most relevant to users, and no one's exactly safe from it, including iPhone users. However, there are ways to limit the user data they collect.

Apple May 30, 2019

Use Apple Pay To Ride New York City Trains, Buses Starting May 31

Starting May 31, New Yorkers will be able to use their iPhone or Apple Watch to catch the train or bus. Only single-ride payments will be accepted initially, however.

Apple May 30, 2019

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