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The iPhone X May Force Apple To Change How Next iPhones Are Named

Apple may take the opportunity to switch to simpler branding for its iPhones with this year's iPhone X successors, according to an analyst. The launch of the iPhone X may force Apple to change how it names future iPhone models.

Apple April 26, 2018

iOS 11.3.1 Update Makes Unresponsive iPhone 8 Displays Work Again

Apple released iOS 11.3.1 for the iPhone, iPad, and the Mac. The new update improves security on all devices and also fixes a third-party display issue, among other changes.

Apple April 26, 2018

iPhone 8 Selling Better Than iPhone X? This Survey Says It's True

A survey by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners revealed that the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are now selling better than the iPhone X. Does this mean that Apple will really kill the iPhone X soon?

Apple April 25, 2018

Apple Faces Scrutiny From European Commission Following Acquisition Of Shazam

The European Commission is unhappy with the potential merger of tech companies Apple and Shazam. The government agency will investigate to see if Apple's acquisition would be a problem for the marketplace.

Apple April 23, 2018

Apple Will Keep Buying iPhone OLED Screens From Samsung, But Is That A Problem?

The Wall Street Journal claimed that LG is struggling to become the second supplier of OLED screens to Apple, which may have to continue depending on rival Samsung for the component. Is that really a problem, though?

Apple April 23, 2018

Apple Will Kill The iPhone X This Year, Analyst Says: Will That Really Happen?

Mirabaud Securities analyst Neil Campling said that the iPhone X is dead based on the status of one of Apple's top suppliers. Will such thing really happen after the success of the iPhone X?

Apple April 22, 2018

Apple To Replace Swollen MacBook Pro Batteries, But Only Some Models Are Eligible

If the battery on your non-Touch Bar 13-inch MacBook Pro expanded for some reason, you can take it to Apple for a battery replacement. It’s completely free and valid until five years after the initial retail purchase.

Apple April 21, 2018

iPhone SE 2 Could Debut In May Without A Headphone Jack

New information has surfaced regarding the upcoming iPhone SE 2, based on details from a case manufacturer. The smartphone will reportedly make its debut in May and will lose the headphone jack.

Apple April 21, 2018

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Nope, Mac And iPad Will Not Merge

Tim Cook says he doesn’t like the idea of a Mac and iPad hybrid because he thinks that not what users want. His statements go against recent rumors suggesting Apple will merge the two platforms.

Apple April 20, 2018

Apple Unveiled Its New Recycling Robot Named Daisy Ahead Of Earth Day 2018

First Apple announced Liam the recycling robot it announced back in 2016. This year Apple introduced its new recycling robot named Daisy ahead of Earth Day.

Apple April 19, 2018

As Android Phones Get Notches, Apple Scraps The Design From Its Future iPhones: Report

New reports have confirmed Apple's plans to redesign its 2019 iPhone lineup without the notch. Several Android flagship smartphones have copied Cupertino's design and flaunt notches on their display.

Apple April 20, 2018

Apple Is Reportedly Launching A 6.1-Inch iPhone With A $550 Starting Price In 2018

A report has said that Apple is going to launch two budget iPhone models that start at $550 in 2018. They are believed to come with a 6.1-inch LCD display, and one of the two will have dual-SIM functionality.

Apple April 18, 2018

iPhone SE 2 Potentially Spotted At Regulatory Agency: Launch Imminent?

An Apple filing with the Eurasian Economic Commission revealed 11 new iPhone models, one of which is expected to be the iPhone SE 2. The EEC offers minimal details, but its filings usually become public shortly before their release.

Apple April 19, 2018

The iPhone X Made Much More Money Than All Android Smartphones Combined

According to a report by Counterpoint Research, the iPhone X made 35 percent of the profits of the smartphone industry in the fourth quarter of 2017. All Android smartphone manufacturers, meanwhile, generated a total of 14 percent.

Apple April 18, 2018

Apple Is Planning To Launch A News Subscription Service

Apple Inc. is planning a significant way to disrupt the media industry. Insiders have learned that the software company will incorporate its recent acquisition of Texture into building a news subscription service.

Apple April 17, 2018

Apple Hates Leakers: 29 Employees Caught Last Year, With 12 Arrested

Apple warned workers against leaking internal information by saying that 29 employees were caught last year, and 12 of them were arrested. Ironically, the aggressive stance of Apple against leaks was revealed through a leaked memo.

Apple April 16, 2018

Apple May Finally Allow Third-Party Watch Faces On Apple Watch

Maybe soon you’ll be able to choose from watch faces made by third parties on your Apple Watch. The latest watchOS beta has the code for it, though there’s no guarantee Apple will go through with it.

Apple April 16, 2018

Apple Watch 2 With Swollen Battery Or That Won't Turn On May Be Eligible For Free Repairs

If you own an Apple Watch 2 with a swollen battery or that will not turn on, you may be eligible for free repairs. The service will be offered even to smartwatches that are no longer under warranty.

Apple April 15, 2018

Apple's 2018 Flagship iPhone Could Cost A Lot More Than The iPhone X

The new generation of Apple's iPhone will be more expensive than the $1,000 iPhone X. UBS analysts Steven Milunovich and Benjamin Wilson made the prediction based on an analysis of average sales prices.

Apple April 14, 2018

Apple Confirms Gold iPhone X In FCC Filing From September 2017

Looks like Apple isn't done recolorizing the existing iPhone X. First it received a red version. Now it will get another. Apple will be releasing a gold iPhone X.

Apple April 13, 2018

US Police Buying Graykey iPhone Unlock Tool That Can Crack Even iOS 11 Devices

Federal law enforcement and local police departments have reportedly been purchasing GrayKey, an encryption-bypassing tool that allows them to crack iPhones. GrayKey use among law enforcement is reportedly on the rise, as the technology can crack even iOS 11 devices.

Apple April 15, 2018

The Apple HomePod Is Reportedly Flopping: Here’s Why

As Amazon and Google see growth in the smart speaker field, Apple stumbles. The Cupertino company is reportedly going to release a cheaper HomePod device following poor sales of the current model.

Apple April 13, 2018

US Teens Prefer iPhones vs Android Phones, And That Won't Change Anytime Soon

A PiperJaffray survey revealed that teenagers in the United States overwhelmingly prefer iPhones over Android phones. The trend will likely remain the same in the near future, as most teens are planning to buy an iPhone as their next smartphone.

Apple April 12, 2018

iPhone 8, iPhone X Ambient Light Sensor Disabled After Third-Party Repairs, Even With Authentic Replacement Screens

After third-party repairs, the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or iPhone X ambient light sensor has stopped working, according to reports. That's despite repairers using an authentic replacement screen.

Apple April 11, 2018

Apple Begins Notifying macOS Users That It’ll Soon End Support For 32-Bit Apps

Goodbye, 32-bit apps: the next version of macOS will no longer support you. Apple is now warning users that they should update their apps to 64-bit, because the next version of macOS will start phasing them out.

Apple April 12, 2018

If You’ve Had An iPhone Screen Replacement, The New iOS Update Will Brick Your Device

Don’t update to iOS 11.3 if you’ve had your iPhone 8’s screen replaced by a third-party repair shop. Apple is reportedly disabling touch functionality on phones with non-original components, essentially bricking them.

Apple April 10, 2018

Apple Unveils Product Red Edition iPhone 8 And 8 Plus, But No iPhone X

Now official, Apple’s new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Product Red Edition saves lives by helping the fight against HIV and AIDS. A version for the iPhone X is missing, though.

Apple April 10, 2018

iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus (PRODUCT) RED Editions Expected To Launch April 9

Apple has been collaborating with the (RED) foundation to fight against HIV/ AIDS and it's getting ready for another launch. According to reports, the company is about to launch iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus (PRODUCT) RED Editions.

Apple April 9, 2018

Redesigned Apple Mac Pro Coming In 2019: Will It Come With An ARM-Based Chip?

A redesigned Mac Pro is coming in 2019, as confirmed by Apple. Besides it being a modular system, not much is known about the device yet.

Apple April 6, 2018

Heads Up, Apple Users: Upgrading To iOS 11.3 Via Jamf Pro Will Result In Failed Loops

Updating Apple devices to iOS 11.3 via management software results in a failed loop, where the device is unable to receive and perform any commands. Jamf, which is popular across academic institutions, says a fix is coming.

Apple April 5, 2018

Apple Working On iPhone That Will Have Curved Screen And Respond To Hand Gestures

Apple is working on a completely new technology for future releases of the iPhones. They are rumored to have curved screens and feature touchless controls.

Apple April 4, 2018

Apple To Replace Intel Chips In Macs With Custom Processor By 2020: Report

Apple plans to make the switch to custom processors for its Mac product portfolio by 2020. The move will make it the only major computer manufacturer not to rely on Intel-made components.

Apple April 3, 2018

Apple Brings External GPU Support With macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 Update

Select MacBook laptops now support external GPUs with the release of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4. eGPU support works via Thunderbolt 3, adding extra power to MacBook laptops with underpowered graphics cards.

Apple March 30, 2018

Apple Rolls Out Battery Health Menu With iOS 11.3: Here's How To Disable iPhone Battery Throttling

Apple has rolled out iOS 11.3, and one of the mobile operating system's new features is the Battery Health menu. Through it, users will be allowed to view battery information and disable iPhone battery throttling.

Apple March 29, 2018

Apple's New iPhone And iPad Cases Are Themed After Spring

Apple revealed a new lineup of color for its first-party accessories. The new products apparently flaunt spring-related themes and are available for the Apple Watch, iPad, and iPhone.

Apple March 30, 2018

T-Mobile, Verizon Will Carry 2018 9.7-Inch iPad With Pencil Support

Shortly after Apple announced the 2018 9.7-inch iPad, telecommunications companies Verizon and T-Mobile confirmed the tablet's availability. The new device boasts compatibility with Apple Pencil, which was previously limited to the Pro lineup.

Apple March 29, 2018

Apple Makes Once-Exclusive iMac Pro Accessories Available For All Users

Space Gray variants of Apple’s Mac accessories are now up for sale, with them previously being exclusive to the $5,000 iMac Pro. They cost $20 more than their White-and-Silver counterparts, though.

Apple March 28, 2018

Apple Unveils New $329 iPad With Apple Pencil Support At Education-Focused Event

Apple unveiled a new iPad at an education event in Chicago on March 27. This new iPad offers new features that allow Apple to remain competitive in the currently Google-dominated education market.

Apple March 27, 2018

Apple Will Slash The Price Of iPhone X To Just $899, According To Analyst

Three new iPhone X models are due this year, several analysts say. One of them being the standard 5.8-inch variant that’s basically the same as the current one but with a $100 price cut.

Apple March 27, 2018

Apple To Launch Foldable iPhone That Doubles As Tablet In 2020

An analyst from Bank of America Merrill Lynch claimed that Apple is working to launch a foldable iPhone in 2020. This will follow up the innovation that the company showed with the iPhone X.

Apple March 25, 2018

iPhone And Apple Watch Calling 911 On Their Own: Here's How To Prevent Emergency SOS Accidents

Emergency SOS, introduced in iOS 11, may be a lifesaver, but it may also place iPhone and Apple Watch owners in embarrassing situations. Here's how to prevent the feature from calling 911 on its own.

Apple March 19, 2018

Apple Reportedly Manufacturing Its Own MicroLED Displays, Which Are Harder To Make Than OLEDs

Suppliers have ample reason to worry about Apple’s next move. The Cupertino company is reportedly developing its own MicroLED in-house for its future products, which could cause a seismic shift in the smartphone industry.

Apple March 19, 2018

Apple Music Growing Strong: 38 Million Paid Subscribers, But Spotify Still Rules

Apple's Eddy Cue, the SVP of Internet Software and Services, announced on Monday that Apple Music now has 38 million paid monthly subscribers. Spotify is still the industry leader, but Apple Music is growing strong.

Apple March 14, 2018

Here's What Steve Jobs's 1973 Job Application Looks Like

An online auction posted a job application form submitted by Steve Jobs in 1973. The document is reportedly an authentic piece of tech history related to Apple's growth in the industry.

Apple March 14, 2018

Patent Shows Apple’s Ideas For A Dust And Crumb-Free MacBook Keyboard

A newly published patent by Apple shows that the company is thinking of ways on how to prevent crumbs and dusts from messing with keyboards on a MacBook. Don’t get excited yet, though.

Apple March 10, 2018

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