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Apple's Powerbeats Looks to Be Going Wire-Free, and Its AirPods 2 Charging Case Has AirPower on It

9to5Mac reported on Monday that it has dug up imagery hidden in the freshly released iOS 12.2 update of what appears to be a new version of Apple’s Beats Powerbeats headphones, dubbed Powerbeats Pro, that really are wireless. It also seems to have once again teased its AirPower charging mat on packaging for…Read more...
Tags: Powerbeats Pro, Powerbeats, Headphones, Airpods, Airpods 2, Audio, Iphone, Wireless, Wireless Headphones, Airpower, Technology, Gadgets, Apple


Apple's Shift From Gadgets to Services Tests Investor Patience

Apple unveiled four new digital services at a star-studded event in Silicon Valley on Monday. An original video streaming service and a gaming subscription will launch in the fall and Apple didn’t say how much they will cost. A news subscription service lacked several major newspapers and those that did sign up are potentially withholding some content.


Everything Apple Announced Today

Apple’s highly anticipated, celebrity-studded services event didn’t disappoint in two specific regards. One, there were a lot of celebrities present. Two, there were also a lot of new services announced. It’s hard to say which was more exciting.Read more...
Tags: Apple Services Event, Apple, Apple News Plus, Apple News, Apple Card, Apple Pay, Apple Arcade, Apple TV, Apple TV Plus


You Can't Be Just a Tech Company Anymore, So Apple Became a Bank

Here's why Apple thinks it's a credit card company now.


Murdoch’s Wall Street Journal Joins Apple’s ‘Netflix for News’

Eight years after launching an ill-fated digital newspaper for Apple’s iPad, News Corp. is making articles from its flagship newspaper, the Wall Street Journal, available on a new service called Apple News+, which debuted Monday. “It’s going to get our journalism into the hands of millions of Americans who otherwise might not be able to get access to it,” Journal Publisher William Lewis said in an interview.


Apple's New Genre Shows Are Still Mysterious, But Here's What We Learned Today [Updated]

You know what people say—always leave them wanting more. Well, in Apple’s case, the much-anticipated announcement of its first crop of original TV shows for Apple TV+ left us wanting to know what the hell was going on.Read more...
Tags: Apple Streaming, See, Amazing Stories, Steven Spielberg, Jason Momoa, Alfre Woodard, Joel Kinnaman, For All Mankind, Apple, Streaming, Sci Fi, Fantasy


Apple's New Genre Shows Are Still Mysterious, But Here's What We Learned Today

You know what people say—always leave them wanting more. Well, in Apple’s case, the much-anticipated announcement of its first crop of original TV shows for Apple TV+ left us wanting to know what the hell was going on.Read more...
Tags: Apple Streaming, See, Amazing Stories, Steven Spielberg, Jason Momoa, Alfre Woodard, Joel Kinnaman, For All Mankind, Apple, Streaming, Sci Fi, Fantasy


Apple Finally Jumps Into Games with Subscription Service Featuring 100+ Exclusives

Smashed in alongside announcements about updates to Apple News and a new payment system and Apple credit card, Apple also shared info on a new service to help people more easily discover new games: Apple Arcade. The subscription service will launch with more than 100 exclusive titles, but we still don’t know what it…Read more...
Tags: Apple Arcade, Ios, Smartphones, Tablets, Gaming, Games


Apple Debuts Apple Arcade Gaming Subscription Service

The service, called Apple Arcade, will be integrated into the App Store and will include more than 100 games exclusive to the service and Apple’s platform. The games will synchronize across iPhones, iPads, Mac computers and Apple TVs, and will work offline, the company said Monday during a presentation at its Cupertino headquarters.


Apple Promises Its New Credit Card Is a Privacy-Protecting Beast

Following its presentation on Apple News+, the company revealed that it has partnered with Goldman Sachs on a credit card done the Apple way: minimalist, titanium and laser-etched, and focused on privacy and security.Read more...


Apple Shows Off Apple TV+ Video Service, Taking on Netflix

At a star-studded event in Cupertino, California, on Monday, the technology giant unveiled an original content service called Apple TV+, a revamped TV app, and an Apple TV channels service for tapping into outside providers including HBO, Showtime, and Starz. Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht, who run Apple’s original video programming, introduced the TV+ service by playing video featuring Steven Spielberg and Ron Howard. Then, a slew of big name celebrities working on movies and TV shows for ...


Here's All the TV+ Shows Apple Flew Out Celebrities For 

Apple’s long-rumored TV+ service is here and boy, it sure wasn’t bluffing about launching with a ton of original content. While it still trails behind competitors like Amazon and Netflix, with shows spanning multiple genres, it’s safe to say Apple’s done its best to stack the deck in its favor—even if edgier content…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Apple TV


Here's the Full Rundown on Apple TV and the new Apple TV+

It was an inevitability. After the success of iTunes and the App Store, Apple has been slowly building out its services with things like iCloud, Apple Music, and the recently announced upgrade to Apple News. However, Apple’s new venture into streaming video with some big updates to Apple TV might be its most lucrative…Read more...
Tags: The Big Apple TV And Apple TV Update, Apple TV, Streaming Video, Oprah, Streaming TV, Consumer Tech


Everything That's Happening With Apple's News+ Subscription Service

As expected, today Apple unveiled its overhauled News app with a shiny new subscription tier titled Apple News+. For $10 per month, you’ll now be able to side-step paywalls and get all your magazine, newspaper, and web content in one centralized app.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Apple News


Netflix and Roku Shares Rally Ahead of Apple's Video Event

Analysts have speculated that Roku, a platform for streaming services, could be a beneficiary from Apple’s entry into the space. Netflix rose 0.8 percent at 11:46 a.m. in New York, while Roku jumped as much as 5.2 percent.


Attack of the Middlemen

Today, Apple is set to unveil its new subscription news service, which will charge a monthly fee to access hundreds of major publications. A possible revival for the struggling news business? My friends, it’s quite the opposite. Read more...
Tags: Media, Apple, Journalismism, How Things Work, Technology, The Future, News


Our Apple Services Event Liveblog Is Right Here

Apple is having a new kind of big event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino today. Will the company announce a new iPhone? Probably not. A new computer then? Nah. Perhaps a flying car? LOL. Is it a litany of new services that let you pay money to read magazines and watch Apple-made TV shows and stuff? Ding ding…Read more...
Tags: Apple Services Event Liveblog, Apple Liveblog, Apple, Itunes, Apple News, Gaming, Apple Events


The iPhone SE Is Back in the Apple Store, and It's Cheap

Small-handsed iOS fans all over the world should be pleased today. Just a few hours before its big spring event, Apple started selling the iPhone SE in its store again—for as little as $250. This is not a new small-screen iPhone, however. It’s likely the last of Apple’s stock that the company has finally put on…Read more...
Tags: Iphone Se, Iphone, Cheap Iphone, Small Iphone, Sales


Apple, Qualcomm Stoke China 5G Fear as Fight Hurtles Toward End

The protagonists in a wide-ranging and bitter legal battle before the U.S. International Trade Commission argue that the other’s actions are damaging the nation’s lead in fifth-generation wireless technology. The agency is scheduled to release key decisions on Tuesday in the long-running fight over patent royalties -- including one that could lead to an import ban on one of the U.S. economy’s most iconic products. A ruling from the trade commission favoring Apple could undermine Qualcomm’s att...


Apple Could Reportedly Discuss Its Rumored Subscription Gaming Service at Monday Event

Apple’s highly anticipated Monday event will likely see an unveiling of Apple’s forthcoming TV streaming and subscription news services. But there’s a possibility that Apple may also touch on its rumored subscription game service, Bloomberg reported Saturday.Read more...
Tags: All Of The Things, Apple, Gaming, Streaming, News


Did All This Pirated 4K Content Leak From iTunes?

Many file sharers want the highest quality copy of a film they can find, and until recently, those would most often come from ripping a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray disc. Links to these files are clearly labeled as such, but a few weeks ago a 2160P copy of Aquaman leaked onto the internet claiming it instead originated from an…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Itunes, 4k, James Bond, Piracy, Aquaman, Uhd, Blu Ray


Apple’s Growth Depends on Androids

Apple’s conundrum is that its three big gadget markets — smartphones, personal computers and tablets — are stagnating. To keep growing, then, the company has been trying to sell its existing device owners add-on hardware and services including Apple Music subscriptions, apps, the Apple Watch and its AirPods wireless headphones, a new version of which Apple announced on Wednesday. Revenue from Apple’s ancillary hardware plus its internet-related services and apps contributed nearly 22 percent o...
Tags: Apple, Science, Apple Music


Apple's Growth Depends on Androids

Apple’s conundrum is that its three big gadget markets — smartphones, personal computers and tablets — are stagnating. To keep growing, then, the company has been trying to sell its existing device owners add-on hardware and services including Apple Music subscriptions, apps, the Apple Watch and its AirPods wireless headphones, a new version of which Apple announced on Wednesday. Revenue from Apple’s ancillary hardware plus its internet-related services and apps contributed nearly 22 percent o...
Tags: Apple, Science, Apple Music


All the Apple Rumors You Can Handle Heading Into Its Streaming and News Event Next Week

In case you hadn’t heard, there’s an Apple event on March 25. That’s probably why we’ve seen Apple quetly drop some refreshes of familiar products these past few days. Monday saw two slightly beefed-up iPads, Tuesday brought news of an upgraded iMac, and yesterday, Apple quietly released new AirPods.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Rumors, Ipod Touch, Apple News, Air Power, Ios 122


After Google, EU’s Antitrust Sights May Turn to Amazon and Apple

While Google just got a third, and possibly final, EU fine on Wednesday, regulators still have their eyes on Amazon.com Inc., Apple Inc. and Facebook Inc. EU antitrust chief, Margrethe Vestager, told reporters earlier this month that an early-stage probe into Amazon’s potential use of data to overtake smaller shops on its Marketplace platform is "quite advanced" and she’d "like to take more decisive steps" before she leaves office later this year.
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Science, Eu, Margrethe Vestager, Google EU, Amazon com Inc Apple Inc, Facebook Inc EU


Goldman Chief to Attend Apple Services Event Ahead of Joint Credit Card

David Solomon, who became the investment bank’s CEO in October, has been invited and plans to show up in Cupertino, California, for Apple’s services launch on March 25, according to people familiar with the matter. Spokesmen for Apple and Goldman declined to comment. Goldman Sachs Group Inc.’s work with the maker of mobile phones and laptops on a co-branded credit card emerged last year as they push deeper into the financial lives of consumers.
Tags: Apple, Science, Goldman, Goldman Sachs Group Inc, Cupertino California, David Solomon, Spokesmen for Apple


Apple Quietly Released New AirPods While You Were Sleeping

The second generation of AirPods just appeared in the Apple Store, and they sure look a lot like the first generation, save for some key upgrades. Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Wireless Headphones, Apple Store, Wireless Earbuds, AirPods, Apple AirPods


Apple Quietly Released New AirPods While You Were Asleep

The second generation of AirPods just appeared in the Apple Store, and they sure look a lot like the first generation, save for some key upgrades. Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Wireless Headphones, Apple Store, Wireless Earbuds, AirPods, Apple AirPods


Kapersky Labs Files Antitrust Complaint Against Apple in Russia Over App Store Policies

Russian cybersecurity firm Kapersky Labs has filed an antitrust complaint against Apple in Russia, claiming that latter firm used its monopoly over the App Store to force the company to remove app control and Safari browser blocking from the iOS version of its Kapersky Safe Kids app, ZDnet reported on Tuesday.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Science, Technology, Russia, Monopoly, Smartphones, Cybersecurity, Antitrust, App Store, Parental Controls, Screen Time, Kapersky Labs


Apple's Big New iMac Update Makes Me Feel Sad About iMacs

Apple just announced that its iMac lineup will get a meaningful update thanks to 8-core 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors and a Vega graphics option. This is a big deal for iMac power users, but for me, an almost iMac power user, I’m feeling sheepish. Is Apple just going to keep stuffing new chips into its…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Intel, Computers, Desktops, iMac, Intel Core, Intel I9



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