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Apple Still Hates The Idea Of A Touchscreen MacBook, And Here’s Why

Apple software SVP Craig Federighi thinks Microsoft Surface devices are nothing more than experiments. In other words, don’t expect Apple to release a touchscreen MacBook anytime soon.

Apple June 6, 2018

Live Listen Feature Coming To Apple AirPods Via iOS 12: Here’s What It Does

AirPods will get Live Listen once iOS 12 rolls out. It turns the phone into a directional microphone, allowing users to hear a single source of sound even around noisy environments.

Apple June 6, 2018

Apple Announces New Health Records App Development Software For iPhones

Apple invited developers and researchers to expand their digital health community by creating new apps through its Health Records API. iOS users will be able to store their medical records in this new app.

Apple June 5, 2018

Can't Wait For iOS 12 Release Date? Here's How To Install The Beta Version Now

After being showcased during the WWDC 2018, Apple reveals that iOS 12 is scheduled to come out in September. Users who are willing to try out the beta version of the software can do so now with a couple of steps.

Apple June 6, 2018

iOS 12 Best Features iPhone And iPad Users Will Love

Apple announced a host of new features that will be coming to the iPhone and iPad with the iOS 12 update. Some of the best improvements include group FaceTime, group notifications, and Screen Time.

Apple June 5, 2018

Apple SwiftShot: A Slingshot Game That Showcases Multiplayer Augmented Reality

Apple demonstrated SwiftShot, a multiplayer augmented reality app, at WWDC 2018. The competitive slingshot game, however, is just one of the many possible applications for the updated ARKit and should inspire developers to experiment with multi-user augmented reality.

Apple June 5, 2018

Apple Throws Epic Shade At Facebook With New Anti-Tracking Features On Safari

Though it has barely recovered from its data scandal, Facebook has now become the latest target of some serious shade-throwing. At the WWDC, it seemed as though Apple was criticizing Facebook as it demonstrated new anti-tracking features in Safari.

Apple June 5, 2018

Apple Unveils macOS Mojave: Dark Mode, All-New App Store, Stacks, And More

macOS Mojave, the next major macOS update, is launching this fall. It brings a number of much-needed improvements, including Stacks, Group FaceTime, a redesigned Mac App Store, and more.

Apple June 5, 2018

5 Best New Apple Watch Features In watchOS 5, Including The New Walkie-Talkie Mode

Apple revealed that watchOS 5 will include new features on the Apple Watch. Users can expect a new walkie-talkie mode, new fitness-tracking features, and a podcast app.

Apple June 4, 2018

Apple Music Web Player Now Allows Subscribers To Log In And Play Full Songs

The Apple Music web player generated by widgets provided by the service was recently upgraded to allow subscribers to sign in and playback full songs and albums. Does this mean that a dedicated Apple Music web client is coming soon?

Apple June 4, 2018

Apple Watch Distracted Driving Case: Woman Found Guilty For Checking Time

A woman failed to move her vehicle when the light turned green because she was checking the time on her Apple Watch. Despite her arguments, she was found guilty of distracted driving.

Apple June 4, 2018

Apple Secret Lab In Oregon Starts Working On Mac Processors To Replace Intel Chips

Apple has quietly opened a secret laboratory in Oregon, where work has started on custom Mac processors to replace Intel chips. The initiative, named Project Kalamata, is expected to begin by 2020.

Apple June 2, 2018

Apple WWDC 2018: No New MacBooks Or iPad Pros, But There Might Be A Redesigned Apple Watch

At this year’s WWDC, Apple might focus on software. That means no new MacBook and iPad Pro models will be announced, but don’t worry — Apple is already working on those, reports say.

Apple June 1, 2018

Apple Blocks Telegram Updates Worldwide After Messaging App Banned In Russia

Apple has blocked the iOS updates for Telegram since mid-April, when the messaging service was banned in Russia. The app only has issues with the Russian government, but Apple is preventing the Telegram updates across the world.

Apple June 1, 2018

Apple Music Prepares To Launch Global Publishing Division

Apple Music is expanding its global outreach in the music industry by adding a publishing division. Elena Segal is expected to become Apple Music’s Global Director of Music Publishing.

Apple May 30, 2018

Next iPhone X, 'iPhone X Plus', And New 6.1-inch iPhone Model To Sport OLED Display: Report

Apple has reportedly decided to ditch LCD screens for OLED displays in all three of its iPhone models planned for release next year. The news sent shares of Apple's main supplier, Japan Display, tumbling by 10 percent.

Apple May 29, 2018

Apple To Launch Triple-Lens Camera For iPhone In 2019, Analyst Says

Apple will launch a triple-lens camera iPhone next year, according to Deutsche Securities analyst Jialin Lu. Apple will further support augmented reality with the feature, which will be copied from the popular Huawei P20 Pro.

Apple May 29, 2018

Apple Watch Potentially Saves Life Of UK Man With Undiagnosed Heart Problem

An Apple Watch user from the United Kingdom was prompted by his device about his heart rate. Even though he felt fine, a quick visit to the hospital revealed an underlying symptom he was unaware of.

Apple May 30, 2018

Apple Is Working On A New Type Of Flexible Hinge For Its MacBooks

Apple is working on a new hinge design for the MacBook, as new patent additions suggest. This design will allow the MacBook to be created from a single rigid material, which is kind of similar to the Microsoft Surface Book.

Apple May 28, 2018

Apple Apparently Working On ARM-Based Hybrid Touchscreen Devices Codenamed ‘Star’

Apple could release an ARM-based Mac hybrid as soon as 2020. This device is apparently just one of a new family of devices Apple is developing under the codename Star.

Apple May 28, 2018

iOS 12 Will Open Up NFC Capabilities, Like Unlocking Doors Using Your iPhone

The next major iOS update will finally make NFC chips on iPhones more useful. A rumored software update, which is already being used in the Apple HQ, will allow iPhones to unlock doors and pay for transit fares.

Apple May 28, 2018

Apple Offers Non-Paying iCloud Users A Month Of Upgraded Storage For Free, Which Doesn't Fix Anything

Apple has started offering non-paying iCloud users who've hit their 5 GB limit a one-month free trial to any of the service's premium plans. However, it doesn't address the underlying problem of its free tier.

Apple May 25, 2018

Samsung To Pay Apple $539 Million For Replicating iPhone Design

A San Jose eight-member jury handed Samsung a legal defeat in its courtroom battle with Apple. The technology company will need to pay the iPhone maker at least $539 million in monetary damages for allegedly replicating the iPhone design.

Apple May 25, 2018

Here’s How To Know What Data Apple Has On You

Apple has launched a privacy website ahead of the GDPR, allowing users in the EU to download all data that Apple has collected on them. Here’s how you can do that.

Apple May 25, 2018

Apple Knew iPhone 6 Bending Issue Was Real: 'Bendgate' Still Alive

Apple apparently knew all about the iPhone 6 bending issue but kept saying that there were no engineering issues with the smartphone. The information, revealed from internal documents filed in court, brings the spotlight back to the Bendgate controversy.

Apple May 25, 2018

Apple Starts Mass Production Of 7-NM A12 Chips For New iPhones

Apple has reportedly begun mass-producing its new A12 chips. The 7-nm processors will bring new improvements to the next generation of iPhones, including faster apps, better storage, and more efficient batteries.

Apple May 26, 2018

Apple Self-Driving Car Project To Make Driverless Employee Shuttles With Volkswagen

The once ambitious Project Titan, Apple's efforts on self-driving car technology, has been relegated to driverless Volkswagen shuttles for employees. The partnership comes after Apple was rejected by BMW and Mercedes-Benz.

Apple May 24, 2018

Apple Offers $50 Credit To Customers Who Paid For iPhone Battery Replacement in 2017

Apple is offering a $50 credit for customers who availed an iPhone battery replacement last year, but not everyone is eligible. Here is how you can get the $50 credit, which is related to the controversial iPhone throttling issue.

Apple May 23, 2018

Apple Gives In To China’s Demands By Removing CallKit Apps From Country’s App Store

Apple recently informed developers that it needed to remove certain apps from the Chinese App Store due to their use of CallKit. The technology software integrates with VoIP calling services, which the Chinese government has banned.

Apple May 22, 2018

Apple Quietly Drops USB-C To Lightning Cable Price: What Does This Mean For This Year's iPhones?

Apple quietly reduced the price of its USB-C to Lightning Cable from $25 to $19. The price change might look insignificant, but it may have something to do with what Apple is planning for this year's new iPhones.

Apple May 22, 2018

Apple To Unveil Siri Changes And New HomePod At WWDC, Siri Says

Siri is providing clues to what Apple has in store for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference, and all you have to do is ask. The digital assistant teases that WWDC 2018 will feature Siri improvements and a new Apple HomePod.

Apple May 22, 2018

Apple HomePod Under Beats Brand With Cheaper $199 Price Tag In The Works?

A cheaper Apple HomePod is reportedly on the way, with a price tag of $199 compared to $349 for the current version. The new device will also allegedly be released under the Beats brand.

Apple May 21, 2018

Apple Brings Coding Initiative To Schools This Fall, Supporting Blind And Deaf Students

Apple marked Global Accessibility Awareness Day by announcing that it is expanding its Everyone Can Code initiative. The program will help schools that have students who are blind and deaf.

Apple May 17, 2018

Beyond Face ID: Apple Patents Technology That Can Scan Under Your Skin

The future iPhone may not only scan your face, but your veins as well. A patent Apple filed in 2015 illustrates a technology that can scan beneath the skin and into the veins, which could deliver more accurate recognition.

Apple May 17, 2018

New Apple Campus May Rise In North Carolina Or Northern Virginia: 20,000 Jobs At Stake

Apple is exploring its options for the location of a new headquarters. Will the new Apple campus be located in Northern Virginia, which is also on Amazon's shortlist for its second headquarters, or in North Carolina, close to three universities?

Apple May 17, 2018

Apple Music Subscribers Surpass 50 Million, Says Apple CEO Tim Cook

Apple Music subscribers have surpassed 50 million, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with Bloomberg TV that also involved Donald Trump and Apple original content. How soon will Apple Music overtake rival Spotify?

Apple May 15, 2018

Apple Strengthens Its Self-Driving Car Collection In California

Apple has increased its autonomous vehicle fleet with 55 self-driving cars. Eighty-three of the technology company’s employees are registered with the California Department of Motor Vehicles to operate the cars.

Apple May 15, 2018

Rumor: 'iPhone X 2' Might Be $100 Cheaper

A rumor sourced from the iPhone X 2 supply chain insiders has it that a price drop might be on the way. A recent letter from Ralph Nader likewise suggested to Apple to lower the price of its next flagship phone by at least $100.

Apple May 16, 2018

Tim Cook To Duke University Graduates: 'Think Different, Be Fearless'

Tim Cook challenged graduates to 'think different' and 'be fearless' in his commencement speech at the Duke University. The Apple CEO, who graduated from the university in 1988, addressed students at his alma mater on Sunday, May 13.

Apple May 14, 2018

BMW Wireless Car Charger Coming Soon, But You Can’t Buy It

Wireless charging may just be the next big thing in the electric vehicle industry. BMW is gearing up for a program that’ll install a charging pad on your garage for your 530e hybrid, but its availability will be extremely limited.

Apple May 14, 2018

Apple Hit With Lawsuit After 'Thousands' Of Users Complain About Defective MacBook Pro Keyboards

A class-action lawsuit was filed against Apple due to reported malfunctions with the keyboard on the MacBook and the MacBook Pro. Over 19,000 consumers signed a petition about the problem.

Apple May 12, 2018

Better Late Than Never: iPhone X Now Supports YouTube HDR Playback

The YouTube app for iOS has now finally enabled HDR playback. iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X users can now watch content with greater colors, better contrast, and more dynamic visual clarity overall.

Apple May 11, 2018

Black Dot Bug Freezes iMessage on iPhones And iPads: Here's What To Do Until Apple Rolls Out A Fix

The black dot bug, first seen on WhatsApp, is freezing iMessage on iPhones and iPads. Apple will likely roll out a patch soon, but users victimized by the black dot can try a workaround in the meantime.

Apple May 9, 2018

Apple Allegedly Eliminating Apps That Send Location Data To Third Parties

Apple sent developers e-mails that state they violated two privacy sections of the App Store Review Guidelines. The technology company is allegedly removing apps that are sending third party customers’ data.

Apple May 9, 2018

iOS 11.4 Secret Feature: What Can You Do With 'USB Restricted Mode'?

Apple is planning to roll out a new iOS update in the coming days or weeks and with it comes the new 'USB Restricted Mode.' The new feature, spotted in the beta version of iOS 11.4, will make the iPhone much harder to hack into.

Apple May 9, 2018

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