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Apple Taps LG To Make OLED Displays For Next iPhones, But Samsung Is Staying

Apart from Samsung, Apple will apparently get OLED displays from LG as well. It raises questions about whether LG can match Samsung's excellence in display production.

Apple June 29, 2018

Apple Might Introduce A Subscription Bundle For Its Upcoming Original Programming, Apple Music, And iCloud Storage

Company insiders suggested that Apple has plans to rework its subscription service. The new option is expected to include access to, exclusive TV shows, music, and even iCloud storage.

Apple July 3, 2018

Amazon Alexa App For iOS Finally Gets Voice Control: Some Things You Can Do

Amazon updated the Alexa app for iOS devices to enable a key feature that was missing on the platform. Users can now take advantage of the voice control functionality.

Apple June 28, 2018

Rumor: AirPods Case Will Soon Be Able To Charge Your iPhone Wirelessly

Apple is developing new ways for the iPhone to get some juice. According to a new report, you might soon be able to wirelessly charge your iPhone with an AirPods charging case.

Apple June 27, 2018

Here’s How To Download macOS Mojave On Your Mac Right Now

A public beta version of macOS Mojave is now available to download and install. Make sure you have a compatible Mac and you’re enrolled in Apple’s Beta Software Program.

Apple June 27, 2018

Apple Rolls Out iOS 12 Public Beta: What To Expect And How To Download

Apple has launched the iOS 12 public beta, offering iPhone and iPad owners their first glimpse into new features such as Memojis and Screen Time. Here's what to expect from the iOS 12 public beta and how to download it.

Apple June 26, 2018

3 New Apple Audio Gadgets, Including New AirPods, That Will Be Released By 2019

Apple is going to release an updated version of the AirPods in 2019 with new features. It will also release an updated HomePod and new over-the-ear headphones.

Apple June 25, 2018

Should You Jailbreak Your iPhone? Apple Vehemently Says No In Updated Support Page

Apple quietly refreshed an official support page to issue a stern warning against jailbreaking iPhones. Apple outlined the risks of unauthorized modifications to the iOS, but will that be enough to deter iPhone owners from jailbreaking?

Apple June 26, 2018

Apple Responds To Discovery Of iOS Vulnerability That Allows iPhone Brute Force Hack

A security researcher claimed that he found an iOS vulnerability that allows hackers to guess an iPhone's passcode through brute force, which is basically trying all possible combinations. Apple issued a response to the alleged exploit.

Apple June 25, 2018

Apple Is Offering Free Repairs For MacBooks With Broken Keyboards

Apple is offering an extended keyboard repair program for MacBook owners suffering from issues with their butterfly-style keyboards. It covers all MacBooks purchased not more than four years ago.

Apple June 23, 2018

GarageBand Update Brings New Loops, Instruments, And Free Artist Lessons

Apple released a new update for its music creation software GarageBand. The new update brings a host of new sounds, loops, and instruments, and also offers Artist Lessons for free.

Apple June 23, 2018

Apple Reportedly Thought Of Killing The Lightning Connector On iPhone X

Even though Apple’s wireless ambitions are high, to the point where it almost didn’t include a Lightning port on the iPhone X, questions still loom about Apple’s AirPower wireless charging pad, which is slated to be released this year.

Apple June 22, 2018

Australia Slaps Apple With $9M Fine For Misleading Users About 'Error 53' Bug

Apple misled consumers about its Error 53 iOS bug that bricked devices, and now, it has to pay. An Australia federal court hit Apple with an AU$9 million fine, or about US$6.8 million.

Apple June 20, 2018

Here's How Memoji In iOS 12 Works

Apple introduced 'Animojis' for its Messages app last year, but with iOS 12, users will be able to create characters based on their appearance. The 'Memojis' feature allows users to customize their own avatar.

Apple June 18, 2018

Deeper Siri Support For Sonos Speakers: It’s Up To Apple, Says CEO

It’s possible for Sonos devices, including its soundbar and Sonos One speaker, to get full Siri support. It’s just up to Apple to decide if that’s ever going to happen.

Apple June 18, 2018

iOS 12 Screen Time Feature Will Show You Use Your iPhone Too Much

Screen Time, one of the new iOS 12 features, will surprise people by showing them how much they use their iPhone. Even Apple CEO Tim Cook was surprised by the incredibly detailed information provided by Screen Time.

Apple June 18, 2018

AT&T Offers iPhone X BOGO Deal For Father's Day Weekend

AT&T confirmed its Father's Day weekend promotion that will run until June 19. The new Buy One Get One offer includes the iPhone X, which can be irresistible to many buyers.

Apple June 16, 2018

Can A Waymo Engineer Help Apple’s Allegedly Behind-Schedule Autonomous Driving Project?

By hiring Waymo and NASA engineer Jaime Waydo, Apple’s self-driving software project gains a speed boost. With her expertise, she could reorient Apple’s problematic venture into autonomous driving.

Apple June 16, 2018

Apple To Make Cheaper iPhones With LCD Screens Because That's What Customers Want

Apple wants to revise its plans for the next iPhone. Instead of expensive phones with OLED screens, it will focus more on cheaper phones with LCD screens because of sales forecasts.

Apple June 15, 2018

What Privacy? Grayshift Comes Up With Workaround For USB Restricted Mode Of iOS 12

Grayshift revealed that it has already found a way around the 'USB Restricted Mode' in iOS 12. The security feature disables the phone's USB data connection if the phone has not been unlocked for an hour.

Apple June 18, 2018

South Korean Carrier Sells New Apple iPhone 3GS, And Everyone's Asking Why

A South Korean publication reported that a local carrier plans to resell original stock of the Apple’s ancient iPhone 3GS model. The phone, which Apple introduced in 2009, will retail for a mere $40.

Apple June 15, 2018

Apple's USB Restricted Mode To Make Cracking iPhones Harder For Criminals, Police

Apple has outed the upcoming USB Restricted Mode, and it'll give criminals a tougher time breaking into iPhones. However, in the same vein, law enforcement will also face the same difficulties.

Apple June 13, 2018

The Days Of Getting Bitcoins On iPhones Are Over: Apple Bans Cryptocurrency Mining

Apple updated its developer guidelines to prohibit cryptocurrency mining on all Apple platforms. It also revealed other new general rules for digital currencies.

Apple June 12, 2018

Just Like With The iPhone, The Apple Watch Will Get Touch-Sensitive Solid State Buttons

A company insider hinted that there is a new Apple Watch which is currently in development. The new wearable will use digital components with haptic feedback instead of physical buttons.

Apple June 10, 2018

Every Apple Watch Is Defective, And Apple Knew About The Flaw From The Start, Lawsuit Alleges

A lawsuit has been filed against Apple, alleging that all models of the Apple Watch have the same defect. It claims that the screen of the wearable can crack, shatter, or detach 'through no fault of the wearer.'

Apple June 8, 2018

Apple Watch Now Able To Detect Parkinson's Disease Symptoms

The Apple Watch will now be able to monitor Parkinson's disease symptoms, through a new API that Apple added to its ResearchKit framework. The API was announced at WWDC 2018, where Apple also unveiled watchOS 5 for the Apple Watch.

Apple June 7, 2018

Try Before You Buy: Free Trials Finally Coming To Mac, iOS App Store

Apple finally introduces free trials on paid apps for the App Store. With the feature implemented, customers will be able to try the full version of their favorite apps before deciding if it’s worth spending the full price for.

Apple June 7, 2018

New App Store Rules Open iOS To Valve's Steam Link, Other Remote Mirroring Apps

New App Store rules may mean that Valve's Steam Link will soon arrive to the iOS. The remote mirroring app will be allowed as long as Steam purchases are processed on desktop PCs, not on iPhones or iPads.

Apple June 6, 2018

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

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