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Someone Found A 30-Year-Old Apple Computer In An Attic, And It’s Still Working

A decades-old Apple IIe is still functioning like it did when a New York City professor last used it 30 years ago. To his surprise, the obsolete computer still works well, even loading an old game from the ‘70s.

Apple February 20, 2019

Apple Is Breaking App Store Guidelines By Sending Push Notifications To Promote Apple Music

Apple Music subscribers can now gift their friends an entire month of listening for free. Problem is, Apple is using push notifications to inform customers, and for many, that’s not cool.

Apple February 19, 2019

MacBook Pro With All-New Design And 16.5-Inch Display Allegedly Coming Out This Year

The new MacBook Pro, apparently set to be released this year, will feature an all-new design. It will signal the return of a large-screen MacBook model after Apple stopped making 17-inch ones in 2012.

Apple February 18, 2019

Apple Streaming Video Service to Launch Soon

Apple will be inviting Hollywood stars to its upcoming streaming video service launch. The event will be held in its California headquarters at Cupertino, on March 25.

Apple February 16, 2019

Apple To Launch News Subscription Service But Faces Publishers' Backlash Over 50 Percent Revenue Cut: Report

Apple is getting ready to launch its news subscription service that's described as a 'Netflix for news.' However, it's running into some issues with publishers over the terms, according to a new report.

Apple February 12, 2019

Delayed Apple AirPower Charging Mat Reportedly Coming This Spring

Apple might finally release its AirPower charging mat this spring. It will come with exclusive features as well, rumors say, along with a brand-new AirPods wireless charging case.

Apple February 12, 2019

2019 iPhone Models Will Still Have Lightning Ports Instead Of USB-C: Report

2019 iPhone models are said to sport Lightning ports instead of USB-C. What's more, they're rumored to be bundled with the same-old 5W USB-A charger, meaning users still won't be able to use fast-charging from the get-go.

Apple February 11, 2019

Apple Is Now Selling A Refurbished iPhone X For Just $769

Save over $200 with a refurbished iPhone X, now available directly from Apple. It comes with all the manuals and accessories, just not the typical fancy packaging.

Apple February 5, 2019

Apple TV 4K And AirPods Sold At Cost, HomePod At Loss: Report

According to Daring Fireball's John Gruber, Apple sells its Apple TV 4K and AirPods at cost and the HomePod at a loss. He also says that the company's products aren't overpriced, just 'too good of a product.'

Apple February 1, 2019

Apple Says Solution For FaceTime Eavesdropping Bug Won't Come Till Next Week

Apple announced that the update that will fix the FaceTime bug will arrive by next week. The flaw allowed users to eavesdrop to other members who didn't answer the call.

Apple February 2, 2019

Apple Working On Triple-Camera iPhone With A USB-C Port

An iPhone with three cameras will reportedly be released this year. Plus, Apple is apparently testing USB Type-C versions of the entire 2019 iPhone lineup.

Apple January 31, 2019

Apple Music Subscribers No Longer Have To Pay For Wi-Fi On American Airlines

Apple just partnered with an airline to give you this free perk. Starting Feb. 1, frequent American Airlines fliers who are also Apple Music subscribers can stream their playlists without paying for Wi-Fi.

Apple January 31, 2019

iOS 12.2 Beta Points To A Possible 7th-Gen iPod Touch And New iPads

New iPads and a 7th-gen iPod Touch are possibly coming soon. These reports come after codes from the iOS 12.2 Beta seem to refer to the rumored devices.

Apple January 29, 2019

Major FaceTime Bug Lets You Listen To Audio Before The Person Accepts Your Call

A bug has been discovered in FaceTime that leaves recipients vulnerable to spying. Apple has acknowledged the issue and said it’ll release a fix shortly.

Apple January 29, 2019

Apple Wants To Prevent Apps From Tricking Users Into Signing Up For Subscriptions

Apple is putting a stop to deceptive iOS apps that trick users into subscriptions. Developers now have to make the pricing and terms of purchase on their apps crystal clear to users.

Apple January 28, 2019

Rumor: Apple Working On Netflix-Like Video Game Streaming Service

Apple is rumored to be meeting developers for a potential cloud-based video game streaming service. Details are scarce, but it’ll apparently work similarly to Netflix.

Apple January 29, 2019

Apple To Sell Budget iPads Soon, But Without Face ID

There are references in the code for iOS 12.2 that suggests Apple will soon release a new low-cost iPad. But don’t expect it to have premium features such as slimmer bezels and Face ID.

Apple January 28, 2019

New iPad Mini 5, 10-Inch iPad Could Be In Apple's Pipeline

Apple could soon launch new iPad models in March. The company made two filings for 'tablet computers' recently, and they're believed to be the iPad mini 5 and 10-inch iPad.

Apple January 25, 2019

Apple May Soon Be Making Its Own Batteries

Apple hired a Samsung SDI official who used to be in charge of new innovations of battery technology. This left people asking if the Cupertino, California-based company is eyeing an in-house production of batteries.

Apple January 25, 2019

Hands-Free ‘Hey Siri’ Voice Commands Reportedly Included In Second-Gen AirPods

The first beta of iOS 12.2 hints that AirPods 2 is coming soon. A refresh of Apple’s ultra-popular wireless headphones, which came out over two years ago, is long overdue.

Apple January 25, 2019

Battery Wearable Strap Air.Wear Promises To Fix AirPods Issues

A wearable battery strap for the AirPods called Air.Wear is up on Indiegogo. Aiming to 'replace the case,' it promises added portability and to fully charge the wireless earbuds up to four times.

Apple January 24, 2019

Apple Thinks iPhone Demand Will Increase Because Of Climate Change: Wait, What?

Global warming will make people realize iPhones are super useful, which will increase their demand. It’s not just Apple that stands to benefit in this global disaster, though.

Apple January 24, 2019

Apple MacBook ‘Flexgate’ Problem: Are You Affected?

Apple now potentially faces a new controversy nicknamed ‘flexgate.’ It refers to MacBook Pro models 2016 and above whose displays worsen overtime and show uneven, spotted backlighting.

Apple January 23, 2019

iPhone Will Say Goodbye To LCD In 2020: Hello, OLED

Apple will move to OLED displays come 2020, according to a new report. That means no more iPhone models with LCDs in two years, and perhaps no more ‘budget’ models, either.

Apple January 23, 2019

Apple's Giving Program Donated Over $125M To Organizations Worldwide In 2018

Through its Giving program, Apple has donated more than $125 million to organizations across the world in 2018. Since the charitable effort started eight years ago, it has raised over $365 million for nonprofits as well.

Apple January 21, 2019

Apple's New iPad Pro Videos Show 'A New Way' To Get Things Done

Apple is showing iPad Pro users 'a new way' to do things with the tablet, from hosting a podcast to making a presentation. It uploaded five new videos that highlight the capabilities and features of the device.

Apple January 18, 2019

Turns Out The iPhone X Can Fit Into The iPhone XS Battery Case Just Fine

Apple says the new iPhone XS Smart Battery Case isn't compatible with the iPhone X. However, after a few tests here and there, it can actually work with the older iPhone.

Apple January 16, 2019

Apple Releases Battery Cases With Wireless Charging Support For The iPhone XS, XS Max, And XR

Apple is rolling out three new battery cases for its latest iPhone lineup. Called the Smart Battery, they are designed to extend the battery life of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR.

Apple January 15, 2019

Apple Couldn't Use Qualcomm Chips For 2018 iPhones Because Qualcomm Refused To Sell Them

Apple chief operating officer Jeff Williams reveals that the Cupertino brand wanted to use Qualcomm modems for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. However, the chipmaker refused to sell them.

Apple January 14, 2019

Remember Apple's AirPower Charging Pad? It Could Finally Launch Soon

Apple could be nearly ready to launch its AirPower. Rumors say that at least one supplier of the wireless charging mat has begun production and that the company will release it soon.

Apple January 13, 2019

iPhone 11 Rumored To Feature Wi-Fi 6, Which Is 30 Percent Faster Than The Current Standard

The next line of iPhones to be unveiled in September will support the latest Wi-Fi standard, Wi-Fi 6. At least according to a Barclays forecast, that is.

Apple January 12, 2019

Chinese Retailers Cut Down iPhone Prices Due To Weak Demand

Local resellers in China are giving away huge discounts on iPhones as Chinese consumers continue to go for cost-effective and feature-rich alternatives. Are the latest iPhones still worth the cost?

Apple January 12, 2019

Apple Plans To Release 3 New iPhones This Year

Apple will be launching three new iPhones this year, with one succeeding the iPhone XR, reports said. The highest-end will have three rear cameras, while the other two, dual lens.

Apple January 12, 2019

Apple Mocks Android’s Security Issues At CES 2019 With A Massive Billboard

Apple is a regular absentee from each CES event. This time, however, it decided to make an appearance by putting up a billboard that mocks Android and its many security issues.

Apple January 7, 2019

Apple iTunes Will Soon Be Available On Samsung TVs

Samsung TV models from 2018 and 2019 are going to have a dedicated iTunes app that will enable users to access their content and purchase from the Store. AirPlay 2 will also be available to select countries as well.

Apple January 6, 2019

Tim Cook: Apple Could Lose $9 Billion In iPhone Sales Over Weak Demand

Apple has revised its forecast for Q1, dropping the original number by $9 billion. Cook cites weakened iPhone demand, particularly in China and other developed markets, as the reason for underwhelming sales.

Apple January 3, 2019

Analyst Reduces iPhone Production Forecast, Cuts iPhone XS Max Estimation By Nearly Half

iPhone production is forecast to go down for the first quarter of 2019 because of weak demand. The iPhone XS Max is expected to take a huge hit, with estimates getting cut by 48 percent.

Apple December 30, 2018

Sony To Supply 3D Camera Sensors For iPhone 11

Sony is reportedly ramping up production on 3D Time of Flight cameras following manufacturers’ orders. Apple is apparently one of those customers, which implies the next iPhones will come equipped with 3D sensors.

Apple December 29, 2018

You Can No Longer Pay For Netflix On iOS Using In-App Subscriptions

Netflix subscribers on iOS won’t be able to pay via in-app subscriptions anymore. The change only applies to new and returning customers, so those who haven’t missed a billing period are exempted.

Apple December 29, 2018

Apple Will Begin Producing Top-End iPhones In India This 2019

Apple could begin manufacturing top-end iPhone models in India via Foxconn. The company already makes iPhones in the country, but only older and lower-end models.

Apple December 27, 2018

Former Apple Marketing Director Michael Gartenberg Returned His Bent iPad Pro

Michael Gartenberg revealed on Twitter that he returned his new iPad Pro because of its noticeable bend despite Apple's assurance that the bending issue is nothing to worry about. Gartenberg used to work as senior marketing director for Apple.

Apple December 27, 2018

The Best Apps To Install On Your New iPhone

So you got a brand-new iPhone XS, XS Max, or XR this holiday. Here are the best apps you should download and install immediately apart from the basic stuff.

Apple December 27, 2018

Rumor: New iPad Mini And Entry-Level 10-inch iPad Due Next Year

New iPads are coming next year. Reports suggest Apple would be coming out with a fifth-generation iPad mini and an updated 10-inch model in 2019.

Apple December 21, 2018

Apple Will Stop Selling iPhone 7, iPhone 8 In Germany: Here’s Why

Apple is now banned from selling iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 units in Germany following a court ruling in favor of Qualcomm. The Apple-Qualcomm war is, needless to say, about to get worse.

Apple December 21, 2018

You Can Now Gift In-App Purchases From The Apple App Store

Apple is now letting users gift in-app purchases to friends. Previously, iOS folks could only send full paid apps, but now Apple has expanded its policy to include microtransactions as well.

Apple December 20, 2018

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