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Apple Now Lets US Users Download Their Data, Refreshes Privacy Page

Apple has rolled out a new feature for U.S. customers that allows them to download all or selected data. The company, through its refreshed page on privacy, has also shared with its customers more information on how it uses the data collected.

Apple October 18, 2018

Apple Original Content Will Be Free For iOS And tvOS Device Owners

Apple, which is investing $1 billion into original programming, is planning to give away the content for free. The Apple streaming service, apparently, was not planning to challenge Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Apple October 11, 2018

Only Apple Service Centers Are Allowed To Repair 2018 MacBook Pro, iMac Pro Models

Apple is now forcing all 2018 MacBook Pro and iMac Pro owners to go to authorize service centers for all repairs. A new software lock will block self and third-party repairs on the computers.

Apple October 5, 2018

Students Can Now Use Their iPhone And Apple Watch As Campus ID

Students from Duke University, the University of Alabama, and the University of Oklahoma may now use their iPhone and Apple Watch as their contactless campus ID. When will the feature be available to all schools in the United States?

Apple October 3, 2018

iPhone XS Not Charging? Apple Stays Silent, But Here's A Possible Solution

Some iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max owners are reporting charging issues for their smartphones, which need to be awake when being plugged in. Here is a possible workaround for the problem, amid Apple's silence over the matter.

Apple October 2, 2018

iOS 12 Screen Time Feature To Limit iPhone Usage Is No Match For Kids: Apple, Help!

Apple rolled out Screen Time alongside iOS 12, aiming to show users how much time they spend on their iPhones and help them reduce it. Screen Time's limiting features, however, have proven to be no match to determined children.

Apple September 28, 2018

Apple Accused Of Stealing Qualcomm Secrets To Help Improve Intel Chips

Qualcomm claimed that Apple stole confidential information from the chipmaker, then forwarded them to rival Intel. This helped improve Intel chips, paving the way for Apple to switch suppliers and causing Qualcomm to lose billions of dollars in sales.

Apple September 26, 2018

Apple Finalizes $400 Million Acquisition Of Shazam, Which Will Soon Become Ad-Free

Apple's acquisition of song identification app Shazam for $400 million has finally been finalized. It remains unclear how Apple will integrate Shazam into its core products, but the speculation is that it will somehow be linked to Apple Music.

Apple September 25, 2018

Apple Streaming Service Takes Conservative Approach: No Sex, Profanity, Violence

Apple is taking a family-friendly approach to its streaming service, which is expected to launch next year. The company does not want 'gratuitous sex, profanity or violence' in its shows, which will affect its competitive edge over rivals such as Netflix.

Apple September 24, 2018

Huawei Trolls Apple By Giving Away Powerbanks To iPhone XS Launch Queue

Huawei trolled Apple by giving away 10,000 mAh power banks to customers who lined up outside an Apple Store. The message was clear: Huawei is pointing out the measly 2,658 mAh battery of the iPhone XS.

Apple September 23, 2018

iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR Batteries And RAM Revealed By Chinese Regulator

Filings with a Chinese regulator revealed the battery capacities and RAM of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. How do they compare to the batteries and RAM of their predecessors?

Apple September 21, 2018

New iOS 12 Features That iPhone Owners Should Definitely Try Out

Apple has rolled out iOS 12, which comes with several new features. Here are some of the best ones to try out, including Memojis, Screen Time, and Live Listen for AirPods.

Apple September 19, 2018

iPhone Battery Replacement Price Will Soon Go Up From $29

On Jan. 1, 2019, Apple will increase prices of replacement batteries not covered by warranty. Batteries for more recent iPhones will be $49, and batteries for the iPhone X will be $69 beginning next year.

Apple September 14, 2018

Apple Shows Off The iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, And iPhone XR

Apple finally unveiled the iPhone XS, the iPhone XS Max, and the iPhone XR. Here's a quick rundown of what the three 2018 iPhone models offer, along with their release dates and prices.

Apple September 13, 2018

Apple Watch Series 4 Unveiled: Here's What's New

Apple kicked off its Sept. 12 iPhone event by unveiling the 'redesigned and re-engineered' Apple Watch Series 4. The new Apple Watch offers a larger display, fall detection, an ECG reader, and a faster processor.

Apple September 13, 2018

Shopping On eBay Made Easier With iPhone X: Buy Stuff By Moving Your Head

A team from eBay created HeadGaze, which is technology that allows iPhone X owners to buy things online using only head movements. The software may be fully appreciated by knowing the true purpose behind its development.

Apple September 12, 2018

Here's How To Watch The Apple 2018 iPhone Event Live

Apple fans have various options on how to watch Apple's Sept. 12 event live. They can watch through Apple's official website, the Events app on the Apple TV, or on Twitter.

Apple September 12, 2018

New Apple Devices Rumors: USB-C For iPad Pro, Touch ID For MacBook, Ceramic Backs And ECG For Apple Watch

Apple has introduced several changes to some of its products, including the iPad Pro, Apple Watch, and the lower-priced MacBook. The iPad Pro is expected to carry a USB Type-C port, instead of the usual Lightning connector.

Apple September 11, 2018

Apple Buffs Streaming Service With Animated Film On Wolves And Documentary On Elephants

Apple has invested around $1 billion for its video streaming service. As part of beefing up its roster of films, it acquired rights to 'The Elephant Queen' and the animated film 'Wolfwalkers.'

Apple September 11, 2018

Larger 2018 OLED iPhone Named iPhone XS Max, With A Price Tag Like Last Year's iPhone X

Apple will reportedly name the larger iPhone X successor the iPhone XS Max, pushing the smartphone's branding into even stranger territory. The price of the 6.5-inch OLED iPhone was also leaked, along with those of the two other 2018 iPhones.

Apple September 7, 2018

iPhone 8 Not Working Properly? Apple Might Owe You A Logic Board Replacement

Apple discovered a defect in the iPhone 8’s logic board that caused the device to shut down or restart. Apple said it will install a new logic board for free on defective iPhone 8s.

Apple September 5, 2018

Apple Watch Stays On Top Of Smartwatch Market, With Series 1 More Popular Than Series 3

Counterpoint Research revealed that Apple continued to dominate the smartwatch market in the second quarter. The Apple Watch was the best-selling device in the industry, but it was the Series 1 holding the top spot, not the Series 3.

Apple September 3, 2018

First Apple Self-Driving Car Accident Confirmed, But It's A Human's Fault

Apple's self-driving car project reached a new milestone, but not the kind that the company wants. A modified Lexus SUV, outfitted with Apple's driverless vehicle technology, was recently involved in an accident for the first time.

Apple September 3, 2018

The iPhone XS Looks Amazing, But Its Name Is Kind Of Weird

An exclusive report by 9to5Mac revealed that this year's OLED iPhones will be named the iPhone XS, and a concept video showed how amazing they will look. However, the name of the smartphones is weird and confusing.

Apple September 3, 2018

Apple Sends Out Invites To 'Gather Round' On Sept. 12: Here's What To Expect From The Event

Apple sent out media invites for a Sept. 12 event, which will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater. Shortly after the invitations were released, 9to5Mac shared the first look at the upcoming OLED iPhones and the new Apple Watch.

Apple September 1, 2018

The 2018 iPhones Will Deliver Best Performance Since iPhone 6, Report Claims

Apple is set to make its best performance with the launching of its latest iPhone series in mid-September. The shipment of the latest iPhones will reach 70 to 75 million by the end of the year.

Apple August 30, 2018

Apple To Launch 3 New iPhones With iPhone X Design, Bloomberg Confirms

Apple is expected to release not one but three iPhones later this year. According to multiple sources, the new iPhones will be upgraded versions of the iPhone X, with sensational features and components.

Apple August 28, 2018

Working Apple-1 Computer Will Soon Go Up For Auction, May Sell For $300,000 To $400,000

A fully functioning 'Apple-1 Computer' will hit the auction block next month. This Apple-1 computer is just one of the only 60 remaining models that were crafted by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak in the 1970s.

Apple August 27, 2018

Apple Not In A Rush To Roll Out 5G iPhone: Here's Why

Apple is expected to roll out its 5G-compatible phones by 2020. However, Apple is taking it easy as it has to shell out an additional $21 per unit for the use of 5G technology.

Apple August 24, 2018

Apple Confirms It’s Disabling ‘Back To My Mac’ Feature In macOS Mojave

Apple has officially announced that Back to My Mac feature will be dropped in macOS Mojave. The useful feature introduced more than a decade ago enables users to share files and screen with connected units.

Apple August 23, 2018

Apple Removes Onavo App By Facebook From App Store Over Data Collection: Not Again

By now no one should be surprised that Facebook, fresh off various data scandals, is still collecting user data. Apple isn’t having it, however: the company just asked Facebook to pull its VPN app Onavo from its storefront.

Apple August 23, 2018

Apple Pay Support Comes To All Costco Outlets In The US

All Costco locations in the United States now support Apple Pay. The retail chain plans to add the payment method in gas stations as well, but that’s yet to be finalized.

Apple August 21, 2018

Updated MacBook Air Will Have Slim Bezels, Retina Display: Report

Apple will finally release an upgraded MacBook Air. Bloomberg says it’ll have slimmer bezels and a Retina Display, and that Apple is also going to release an updated Mac Mini.

Apple August 21, 2018

Amsterdam Apple Store Evacuated Due To iPad Battery Explosion

An Apple store in Amsterdam had to be evacuated after an overheated iPad battery exploded, causing three people to suffer respiratory issues. The fire was quickly put out by staff members from Apple.

Apple August 20, 2018

Apple Hacked By Teenager Who Placed 90 GB Of Secure Files In A Folder Named 'Hacky Hack Hack'

A 16-year-old hacker pleaded guilty to infiltrating Apple's servers. The Australian student accessed customer accounts and stole 90 GB worth of secure files, which he amusingly placed in a folder named 'hacky hack hack.'

Apple August 17, 2018

Apple Reportedly Developing Custom Processor Dedicated To Fitness And Health Analysis

Apple is seeking engineers to help make a custom chip that will help develop more complex health tracking information. The new and improved chip would also measure relevant body information to effectively help its users.

Apple August 16, 2018

Rumor: Upcoming iPhone Flagship Will Have Apple Pencil Support, 512 GB Storage

Apple is rumored to be unveiling three new iPhones this September. According to market analyst TrendForce, two of them will have apple Pencil support and be offered in 512 GB.

Apple August 16, 2018

Apple Will Launch AR Glasses In 2020, Apple Car In 2023 To 2025, Analyst Says

In an effort to boost its valuation to $2 trillion, Apple is expected to launch AR glasses and Apple Car between 2020 and 2025. Apple is the first publicly traded firm to have a valuation of $1 trillion.

Apple August 15, 2018

Cheap MacBooks Reportedly On Track For December Release: Report

Apple is apparently going to release new Macbook upgrades later this year. Two models could be refreshed: the standard 12-inch MacBook, and the aging MacBook Air.

Apple August 14, 2018

MacBook Pro 2018 Users Report Crackling, Distorted Speakers

Some owners of the latest MacBook Pro models have reported that the speakers sometimes produce crackling and distorted sounds. Apple is allegedly aware of the issue and is investigating.

Apple August 10, 2018

Apple Says iPhones Don't Spy On Users, But Here's How To Make Sure

Apple gave its assurance that iPhones are not listening to user's conversations. However, for those who are still concerned that their iPhones are functioning as spying devices, there are some ways to protect against it.

Apple August 9, 2018

Apple Makes It Easier For Windows Users To Migrate To macOS Mojave With Improved Migration Utility Tool

Windows users thinking of switching to macOS will be able to transfer all their files more easily, including data from third-party apps. macOS Mojave will reportedly include an improved Migration Utility tool that’ll offer a no-frills solution for Mac switchers.

Apple August 7, 2018

iPhone Chip Supplier TSMC Forced To Shut Down Factories Due To Computer Virus

TSMC, Apple's sole supplier for the main processor of iPhones, was forced to shut down several factories due to a computer virus. How will this affect the upcoming 2018 iPhone models?

Apple August 5, 2018

Apple Market Value Officially Reaches $1 Trillion, The First Company To Do So

Apple has officially become a trillion-dollar company, the first American-based brand to reach that milestone in the stock market. Can it keep the honor, though?

Apple August 3, 2018

New iPad Pro Design Confirmed By iOS 12 Icon: Here's The Big Change

The fifth developer beta version of iOS 12 contained an icon that hinted at the new iPad Pro design. Here is the big change that may be coming to the tablet, along with other rumors about the device.

Apple August 2, 2018

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