What To Expect From 2018 iPhones: Face ID, Bigger Batteries, And Pre-5G Technology

Face ID is arguably the iPhone X's headlining feature, and according to reports, it's making its way to all the 2018 iPhones. What's more, bigger batteries and pre-5G technology are coming along to boot.

Apple December 9, 2017

Why Apple Is Buying Shazam For $400 Million

Shazam doesn’t have to worry about turning a profit anymore. Apple is reportedly buying the popular app for $400 million, possibly benefitting from its augmented reality platform.

Apple December 9, 2017

Apple Says The Important Thing Is To Be The First To Make Tech 'Fantastic'

For Apple, beating the competition to the punch of a new idea doesn't matter. What's important is being the first to make it 'fantastic,' such as the Face ID and the iPhone X notch.

Apple December 7, 2017

Apple Names App Of The Year, Game Of The Year For iPhone and iPad: Here Are The Winners For 2017

Apple awarded this year's App of the Year and Game of the Year for iPhones and iPads. The most popular apps and games on the App Store and content on Apple Music and iTunes for 2017 have also been revealed.

Apple December 8, 2017

Apple's Most Expensive iPhone Available Unlocked In US: SIM-Free iPhone X Now On Sale

Apple's expensive iPhone X is now available for purchase unlocked and SIM-free in the United States. The smartphone is compatible with both GSM and CDMA networks, but don't expect attractive installment options.

Apple December 6, 2017

Apple Releases tvOS 11.2 With New Sports Tab, Video Display Mode Switching, And HDR Improvements

Apple has now moved tvOS 11.2 out of beta testing and is beginning to roll it out for owners of its latest Apple TV models. Among the new features are a dedicated Sports section, HDR playback optimizations, and others.

Apple December 6, 2017

Apple Pay Cash Now Live In The US: But Is It A Venmo Killer?

Because Apple was forced to roll out iOS 11.2 early, it’s got no other choice but to also activate Apply Pay Cash for users, finally allowing them to make peer-to-peer payments via Apple Pay. Will it replace Venmo, though?

Apple December 5, 2017

Apple Releases iOS 11.2, Fixing Some Things And Breaking Others: Should You Upgrade?

Apple released iOS 11.2 to take care of the iOS restart bug, but the update was not ready for prime time just yet. Since it was rushed out, iOS 11.2 is not bug-free and some might be better off skipping this one.

Apple December 5, 2017

Why Face ID Only Supports One Face, According To Apple Exec Craig Federighi

Apple’s Face ID is secure, fast, and probably the next big thing in the world of biometric unlocking for smartphones. But why does it support only one face? Apple software engineering VP Craig Federighi explains.

Apple December 4, 2017

iPhone X Powered By Qualcomm Gets Faster LTE Speeds Than Intel Variant

LTE speeds and performance on the iPhone X depend on which model you have. Based on a study, Qualcomm-powered variants can get faster LTE speeds than the Intel versions.

Apple December 2, 2017

Qualcomm Wants To Ban iPhone X Sales On AT&T And T-Mobile

Qualcomm requested the U.S. International Trade Commission to stop the imports of certain iPhone models, including the iPhone X, that run on AT&T and T-Mobile. These devices use rival Intel's modems, while those on Verizon and Sprint use Qualcomm's.

Apple December 1, 2017

Apple Watch Carves Out Identity As Health-Focused Device: Heart Study App And EKG Reader Will Save Lives

The Apple Watch is carving out its identity as a health-focused smartwatch. Apple launched the Apple Heart Study app in partnership with Stanford Research, while the FDA cleared AliveCor's KardiaBand electrocardiogram reader as its first medical device accessory.

Apple December 1, 2017

Apple Releases Update To Fix macOS High Sierra Security Flaw: Here’s How To Install It Now

Mac users can now let out a sigh of relief as Apple has finally rolled out a fix to macOS High Sierra’s critical security flaw. The issue is so serious that Apple is making it a mandatory update.

Apple November 30, 2017

Apple Support Now Has A YouTube Channel With iOS Tips And Tricks

Apple officially launched its Apple Support YouTube channel, offering tips and tricks for a number of tasks. The channel currently has 10 'how-to' videos with simple instructions for the whole process.

Apple November 29, 2017

Twitter Made Animoji Karaoke A Thing, And Now It’s An Official iPhone X Ad

A singing Animoji is better than a regular Animoji. That appears to be the case in Apple’s latest iPhone X ad, with a concept plucked right out of Twitter.

Apple November 28, 2017

Apple Offices In South Korea Raided By Authorities Ahead Of iPhone X Launch

South Korean authorities raided Apple’s offices just before it was about to launch the iPhone X in the country. The incident is expected to raise lingering questions about the Korean Fair Trade Commission’s shady practices.

Apple November 24, 2017

Apple Tipped To Launch 4-Inch iPhone SE 2 In First Half Of 2018: What To Expect

A major iPhone SE upgrade is long overdue, but that may change soon. According to a new report, the iPhone SE 2 will make its debut in the first half of 2018.

Apple November 24, 2017

Apple Publishes Research Detailing Enhanced Obstacle Detection For Self-Driving Cars

Apple is typically secretive, but it's starting to open up and it has now released an intriguing research paper. The company is working on a new LiDAR-based system to improve object detection and navigation for self-driving cars.

Apple November 23, 2017

Apple Acquires Augmented Reality Startup Vrvana For $30 Million: AR Headset Coming?

Apple has been extremely secretive about its plans for augmented reality, but its latest acquisition might be hinting at something. The company has acquired startup Vrvana, which develops a headset that supports both AR and VR.

Apple November 23, 2017

Apple Supplier Foxconn Allegedly Uses Illegal Student Labor In iPhone X Assembly Line

Apple supplier Foxconn is allegedly using illegal student labor in one of its factories for the assembly of the iPhone X. The students are being forced into overtime hours and are required to complete an internship to graduate.

Apple November 22, 2017

Apple Park Finally Opens Its Visitor Center To The Public: Fun Things To Do Inside

If you’re near Cupertino, California and you want to get a peek inside Apple Park, this is your chance. Apple has officially opened its Visitor Center, which has a store, a café, an observation deck, and an augmented reality setpiece.

Apple November 18, 2017

Apple Diversity Chief Denise Young Smith Resigning After 6 Months, To Be Replaced By Christie Smith

Denise Young Smith, Apple’s current diversity and inclusion chief, is leaving the company at the end of the year. This comes a month after her controversial comments on diversity.

Apple November 19, 2017

Apple HomePod Release Date Delayed To Early 2018: Amazon And Google Pull Ahead In Smart Speaker Race

The Apple HomePod release date has been pushed back to early 2018. This means that the Amazon Echo and Google Home smart speakers will have one less competitor this holiday shopping season.

Apple November 19, 2017

2018 iPad Pro Will Be Powered By Octa-Core A11X Bionic Chip: Rumor

The next-generation iPad, to be released in 2018 according to rumors, will be powered by Apple’s upcoming octa-core A11X Bionic chip. It will also come with processors needed to perform artificial intelligence-based tasks, such as Face ID.

Apple November 17, 2017

Here Are The Best Black Friday iPad Deals 2017 From Best Buy, Target, Walmart And More

Various retailers such as Best Buy, Target, and Walmart will offer iPad discounts for Black Friday 2017. Here are some of the best iPad deals for the upcoming annual shopping holiday.

Apple November 16, 2017

A 10-Year-Old Used Face ID To Unlock His Mom's iPhone X: Will All Families Have The Same Problem?

A 10-year-old boy was able to unlock his mother's iPhone X using his face. Should iPhone X owners worry that the Face ID feature of Apple is unsafe and that random people can unlock their devices?

Apple November 15, 2017

Apple Wants The 2019 iPhones To Have Laser-Based 3D Sensors: What Will They Be Used For?

Apple is working to integrate rear-facing, laser-based 3D sensors into the 2019 iPhone models. The new system will perform 3D mapping by releasing lasers on objects and then calculating the time for the lasers to bounce back.

Apple November 14, 2017

Apple To Release 3 iPhones Next Year, All With The Bezel-Less iPhone X Design

Apple is apparently going full iPhone X next year. Famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that there will be three iPhone models in 2018, and all of them will feature the bezel-less design of the iPhone X.

Apple November 13, 2017

Should You Upgrade To iOS 11.1.1? Here's A Look At What's Inside

The iOS 11.1.1 update fixes two reported problems with the mobile operating system. Users who are thinking about upgrading to the latest version of iOS 11 will have to base their decision on the current state of their device.

Apple November 13, 2017

Face ID Tricked By A $150 Mask: Should iPhone X Owners Worry?

A Vietnamese security firm was able to trick Apple's Face ID security feature through an elaborate mask that cost $150 to make. Should iPhone X owners worry about this discovery?

Apple November 12, 2017

Non-White Employees Now Make Up 46 Percent Of Apple, According To New Diversity Report

Apple has now released its latest diversity report, showing slight progress on some fronts, and room for improvement on others. An overwhelming percentage of white men are still running the Cupertino tech firm.

Apple November 11, 2017

Apple Launching iPad With Nearly Bezel-Less Display, Face ID In Late 2018: No OLED This Time, Though

The next iPad will go through a major redesign that involves removing Touch ID, making the display nearly bezel-less, and equipping it with Face ID. Rumors suggest this next-generation iPad will launch later next year.

Apple November 9, 2017

Apple Rumored To Launch Augmented Reality Headset With New OS By 2020

A Bloomberg report claims that Apple is looking to launch an augmented reality headset as early as 2020. The device, which will be powered by a new operating system, will have limitless applications.

Apple November 10, 2017

Here's How To Squeeze The Most Out Of The iPhone X Battery

iPhone X owners can try this method to extend the $999 smartphone's battery life. It gives the device a retro look though, which may actually be awesome for fans of the aesthetic.

Apple November 9, 2017

iOS 11 Adoption Rate Passes 50 Percent In Under 2 Months, And That's Too Slow For Apple

It took just under two months for the iOS 11 adoption rate to pass 50 percent. This is too slow for Apple, which needs to address the reasons why users are not upgrading to the mobile operating system's latest version.

Apple November 8, 2017

If You Want To Remove The iPhone X Notch, There's An App For That

The iPhone X notch is one of the biggest criticisms of Apple's latest smartphone. Users who would like to get rid of the ugly design can try a free-to-download app named Notcho.

Apple November 8, 2017

Apple To Release 2 iPhone X Successors Next Year: Are You Ready For The iPhone X Plus?

Famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claimed that there will be two iPhone X successors next year, one of which is expected to be the iPhone X Plus. The smartphones will both feature OLED displays and Face ID.

Apple November 8, 2017

Apple Finally Wins ‘Slide To Unlock’ Patent Battle: Samsung Must Pay $120 Million For Infringement

Samsung just lost its longstanding patent war against Apple. After a lengthy legal battle involving slide to unlock and quick links patents, the court is now upholding its original verdict that requires Samsung to pay nearly $120 million in damages.

Apple November 8, 2017

An iOS 11.1 Bug Autocorrects 'I' To 'A' With A Symbol: Here's The Temporary Fix

An autocorrect bug on the iOS 11.1 replaces 'I' to an 'A' with a symbol when users type with the predictive keyboard feature. Apple suggested a temporary fix, but iPhone and iPad owners would rather receive a perfect iOS 11.

Apple November 7, 2017

The iPhone X Is 'The Most Breakable iPhone Ever': Not A Good Thing For A $999 Smartphone

SquareTrade, after performing several tests, declared the iPhone X as 'the most breakable iPhone ever.' That's not a good thing to hear for a $999 smartphone, so you might want to at least protect it with a case.

Apple November 6, 2017

You Don’t Need Apple’s $75 Fast Charger For iPhone 8 If You Already Have An iPad Charger

Apple introduced fast charging with the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, but actually requires owners to buy a separate adapter and cable worth $75. There’s a workaround, however, if you have an iPad charger lying around.

Apple November 7, 2017

What Can Fool Your iPhone X's Face ID? Probably Your Brother

The iPhone X just got tricked by brothers who aren't twins, unlocking itself via Face ID with the unregistered sibling's face. That goes to show that the facial recognition technology isn't foolproof, but that doesn't mean it's not secure.

Apple November 6, 2017

More Than 300 iPhone X Units Stolen From A UPS Truck At San Francisco Apple Store

Thieves just stole over 300 iPhone X models in front of an Apple Store in San Francisco just days before the phone was about to hit shelves across the country. Orders for pick-up at the store will remain unaffected, though.

Apple November 3, 2017

Apple Will Share Face-Mapping Data To App Developers: Should iPhone X Owners Be Concerned?

Apple will allow developers to access the face-mapping data collected by the TrueDepth camera of the iPhone X. Apple has guidelines to prevent the inappropriate usage of the data, but privacy advocates have still raised concerns.

Apple November 2, 2017

Future iPhones, iPads Would No Longer Use Qualcomm Components, And That’s Really Bad News For The Chipmaker

Apple might break up with Qualcomm soon. Reports say the next iPhone and iPad design won’t include Qualcomm components, a scenario which would significantly hit the chipmaker’s profits.

Apple November 2, 2017

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