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Apple Prime Would Be a Gigantic Hit, Huh?

It’s imminent. Multiple outlets now report that Apple will announce new video streaming and news subscription services at a celebrity-studded event in Cupertino on March 25. BuzzFeed News cited anonymous sources who said the event would take place at Steve Jobs Theater and focus on the news service. Bloomberg’s Mark…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Spotify, Business, TV, Science, Bloomberg, Apple TV, Netflix, Streaming Music, Cupertino, Streaming Video, Apple Music, Apple News

Rogue App Makers Are Creeping Through the Cracks in Apple's Walled Garden

Apple diehards have long defended the company’s “walled garden” approach to its ecosystem. While there are plenty of malicious Android apps, Apple’s strict app review standards generally kept iPhones safe. But where there’s a will, there’s a way. According to a Reuters report, sneaky app makers are using Apple’s…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Apps, Science, App Store, Reuters, Walled Garden, There Are Cracks In Apples Walled Garden, Enterprise Developer Certificate

Apple is selling the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 in Germany again

Two older iPhone models are back on sale in Apple stores in Germany — but only with Qualcomm chips inside. The iPhone maker was forced to pull the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 models from shelves in its online shop and physical stores in the country last month, after chipmaker Qualcomm posted security bonds to enforce a December court injunction it secured via patent litigation. Apple told Reuters it had “no choice” but to stop using some Intel chips for handsets to be sold in Germany. “Qualcomm ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, Europe, Lawsuit, China, Germany, Tech, Intel, Smartphone, Mobile Phones, Patents, Antitrust, Cupertino, Qualcomm, Federal Trade Commission

How to Add a Restart Option on your iPhone or iPad

Unlike most Android smartphones and tablets, iPhone and iPad don’t have the restart or reboot option. As a result, iPhone and iPad users only have the option to power off or shut down the device. In case you want to simply restart an iOS device, you first need to turn it off and then power it on. Having an option to reboot always helps as a quick restart fixes common issues and app glitches most of the time. If the absence of the restart button is bothering you then we have a solution. Surprisin...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Tutorials, Blogging, Tips, How To's, iOS 11, AssistiveTouch, AssistiveTouch Tap, Customise Top Level Menu

Transformer Toutes Surfaces en Chargeur Induction iPhone (video)

Pouvoir transformer n’importe quel bureau ou espace de travail en chargeur sans fil pour votre iPhone ou tout autre smartphone Android, c’est ce qu’il sera bientôt possible de faire avec ENERQi. Le chargeur discret Imaginé par la start-up californienne du même nom, ENERQi compte bien révolutionner les chargeurs sans fil par sa technologie et son design unique qui permet de le faire disparaître sous n’importe quelle surface. Marbre, verre ou encore bois, peu importe la matière organique de votre ...
Tags: Iphone, Android, Seo, Smartphone, Kickstarter, Accessoires, Chargeur

Tip: Where You Should Double Tap on AirPods

One can deny the fact that AirPods is one of the best creation of Apple. They pack amazing technology in a really small package and are a boon for music lovers. In addition to Apple W1 chip, the Airpods feature dual optical sensors, accelerometers and microphones. All these advanced sensors enable the Airpods to automatically pause/resume the music as you remove and put them back. What’s interesting is that one can activate Siri, answer calls, and control music playback using the double-tap fun...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Siri, Blogging, Tips, How To's, Tips 'n' Tricks, AirPods, Airpod

Tip – Where To Double Tap on AirPods

One can deny the fact that AirPods is one of the best creation of Apple. They pack amazing technology in a really small package and are a boon for music lovers. In addition to Apple W1 chip, the Airpods feature dual optical sensors, accelerometers and microphones. All these advanced sensors enable the Airpods to automatically pause/resume the music as you remove and put them back. What’s interesting is that one can activate Siri, answer calls, and control music playback using the double-tap fun...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Siri, Blogging, Tips, How To's, Tips 'n' Tricks, AirPods, Airpod

9 million veterans can now access their health records on an iPhone

Apple announced a partnership with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs that allows as many as 9 million veterans to access their health records straight on their iPhone. The announcement could have a significant impact on veterans' health. The post 9 million veterans can now access their health records on an iPhone appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, Veterans, Health Records, Health & Fitness, U S Department of Veterans Affairs

New figures highlight the iPhone’s rough quarter in China

When Apple issued revised guidance for its quarterly earnings last month, the company singled out China as a primary driver for its disappointing result. Sure enough, iPhone revenue declined 15 percent year over year, and now IDC’s got some more insight into the role the Chinese market may have played in that decline. New figures out this week show right around a 20 percent dip in shipments in China y-o-y for the quarter. That’s a pretty dramatic drop for a market that’s been a key factor in...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, Hardware, China, Tech, Tim Cook, Huawei, Idc

New Apple Rumors Hint at AirPods 2, iPad Mini 5, and AirPower Coming This Spring

Apple has been relatively quiet about hardware since it released new iPad Pros back in the fall. But if a handful of new rumors are true, we could see a variety of new products launch this spring, including second-generation AirPods, a new tablet, and maybe even Apple’s long-awaited wireless charging pad.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Science, Smartphones, Leaks, Tablets, Consumer Tech, Rumor Mill, Wireless Audio, AirPods, AirPods 2, Apple Rumors Spring 2019

Apple AirPods 2 rumours: Deeper bass and more sensors

The follow up to Apple’s popular wireless earbuds are on the way and we have new rumours about what they might feature. A report from My Smart Price has suggested some of the new features we can expect from Apple’s 2nd generation of AirPods. The AirPods are expected to launch later this year, though details of what they’ll be introducing are scarce there are new rumours to get excited about. The information given to My Smart Price comes from one of their ‘trusted sources” so may not be ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Music, Tech, Wireless, Earbuds, Rumours, Earbud, AirPods, Airpower, My Smart Price

How Do I Restore Deleted iPhone Messages?

It happens to the best of us. You’re going about your day, tapping through your smartphone while navigating around your little slice of the world. Before you know it, you realize that you’ve accidentally done something on your device you didn’t mean to do—at least, that’s the scenario I’m envisioning for this week’s…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Mac, Lifehacks, Icloud

Save up to $950 with the best smartphone deals for February 2019

Need a better phone but don't want to spend a fortune? It's never a bad time to score a new smartphone and save some cash. We rounded up the best smartphone deals available that can save you as much as $950. The post Save up to $950 with the best smartphone deals for February 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Deals, Android, Mobile, Trends

Apple Is Compensating the Kid Who Figured Out Its Sketchy Eavesdropping FaceTime Bug

Apple has finally delivered a fix to its Group FaceTime bug that let users eavesdrop on others with an accidental workaround. But the real hero of this story is the 14-year-old kid who figured out that it existed, and whose mom reportedly used every imaginable method to reach the company and flag the security issue.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Security, Science, Bugs, Facetime, Not all heroes wear capes, Group FaceTime

Apple tells app developers to disclose or remove screen recording code

Apple is telling app developers to remove code that allows them to effectively record how a user interacts with their iPhone apps — or face removal from the company’s app store, TechCrunch can confirm. In an email, an Apple spokesperson said: “Protecting user privacy is paramount in the Apple ecosystem. Our App Store Review Guidelines require that apps request explicit user consent and provide a clear visual indication when recording, logging, or otherwise making a record of user activity.” “We ...
Tags: Travel, Iphone, Apple, Ios, Google, Google Play, Security, Facebook, Apps, Privacy, E-commerce, Smartphones, Software, Itunes, App-store, Operating Systems

Apple to compensate teenager who found Group FaceTime eavesdrop bug

Apple has said it will compensate the teenager who first found a security bug in Group FaceTime that allowed users to eavesdrop before a call was picked up. The bug was initially reported to Apple by 14-year-old Grant Thompson and his mother, but the family struggled getting in contact the company before the bug was discovered elsewhere and went viral on social media. The payout will fall under Apple’s bug bounty, which incentivizes security researchers to claim a reward for privately submitting...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Security, Ipad, Apps, Technology, Privacy, Tech, Tablet Computers, Facetime, iPad Air, Operating Systems, Thompson, Apple Apple, Grant Thompson

Clean Your Phone Right Now

We touch our phones some 2,617 times a day (yep, that includes every swipe and tap). We take them with us everywhere: bathrooms, gyms, subways, and buses. They’re like an extra limb or appendage. And while most of us think to clean doorknobs, faucets, or anything else in contact with our hands, we rarely think of our…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Bacteria, Phones, Lifehacks, Germs

'Drinkable' potato chips: the products keeping your phone grease-free

Pre-smashed One Hand Chips are far from the first to tailor the dining experience around our phone-centric lifestylesAmong the concerns facing today’s social media maven: how can one scroll through Instagram and enjoy a bag of potato chips without getting their phone all greasy? Related: Say cheese: cooking in the age of Instagram Continue reading...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Food, Technology, Mobile Phones, Food & drink industry, Fast Food

Many popular iPhone apps secretly record your screen without asking

Many major companies, like Air Canada, Hollister and Expedia, are recording every tap and swipe you make on their iPhone apps. In most cases you won’t even realize it. And they don’t need to ask for permission. You can assume that most apps are collecting data on you. Some even monetize your data without your knowledge. But TechCrunch has found several popular iPhone apps, from hoteliers, travel sites, airlines, cell phone carriers, banks and financiers, that don’t ask or make it clear — if at a...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Security, Mobile, Privacy, Air Canada, Tech, Banking, Pgp, Smartphones, Itunes, App-store, Hollister, Signal, Operating Systems

Lawmakers Quiz Apple CEO Over FaceTime Eavesdrop Bug

A FaceTime bug that allowed virtually anyone to listen in on others when using the Group feature has drawn the interest of federal lawmakers who want to know more about what Apple is doing to secure its users’ privacy.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Security, Science, Bugs, Group, Facetime

Say Hello to 55+ Cool New Emoji Coming Soon, Including a Sloth, an Oyster, and Garlic!

New year, new emoji! More than 55 new emoji will be hitting our Apple devices later this year, Emojipedia confirmed on Tuesday. Fun upcoming additions include an otter, a sloth, and an oyster (with a cute pearl inside, of course). Other inclusive additions include same-sex couples, an ear with a hearing aid, a deaf person, and manual and mechanical wheelchairs. There will be lots more options in the food section, too. We'll soon have a waffle, butter, falafel, a mate drink, onion, and garlic. Ha...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Religion, Emoji, Digital Life, Unicode Consortium, Emojipedia

Apple's Retail and Online Stores Chief, Angela Ahrendts, to Leave By April

Apple’s head of retail and online stores, former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts, is departing the tech giant after five years, CNN reported on Tuesday.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Science, Technology, Cnn, Burberry, Apple Store, Angela Ahrendts, iPhone sales, Apple Sales

Tesla has opened an Amazon store to spread its swag far and wide

Tesla has had a brisk merch business for years now, thanks to its fervent owner base and fans, who are enthusiastic supporters of the company and its CEO Elon Musk. But until now, those Tesla-branded items — everything from water bottles and hats to jackets, chargers and once a surfboard — have been sold through the automaker’s own website. Tesla has now expanded it merch ambitions and opened a store on Amazon. (A reader tipped TechCrunch off to the store; however, the story was first reporte...
Tags: Iphone, Amazon, TC, Elon Musk, Tech, Tesla, Electric Vehicles, TechCrunch, Electrek Tesla

How to Watch President Trump's State of the Union Speech on YouTube, Facebook, and Amazon Fire TV

After a couple of false starts, President Donald Trump is scheduled to give the State of the Union address to Congress tonight at 9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific, 5am Moscow time. And there are plenty of ways for cordcutters to watch the speech this year on YouTube, Facebook, and TV-connected devices like Roku and Fire TV.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Amazon, Android, Ipad, Facebook, Twitter, Science, Congress, Youtube, Apple TV, Cnn, Cord Cutters, Moscow, Roku, Livestream, Fire TV

Warby Parker dips into AR with the launch of virtual try-on

Warby Parker is today introducing virtual try-on to let shoppers select a pair of frames and instantly see how they look. The tech was built on Apple’s ARKit, and the feature is only available to users on the Warby Parker iOS app on an iPhone X or later. Warby Parker, which launched in 2010, attempted to implement a virtual try-on feature on its website, but pulled the feature shortly after it debuted. The issue? With something like glasses, virtual try-on needs to be as close to reality as p...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Startups, Ecommerce, Apps, Augmented Reality, Collins, Warby Parker, E Commerce, ARKit, Erin Collins, Collins Warby Parker, T Rowe Price Tiger Global Management

Even Apple Isn't Immune to AT&T's '5G E' Bullshit

AT&T is continuing to move forward with its bullshit strategy to rebrand slightly enhanced 4G service as “5G E,” 9to5Mac reported on Monday, with some of its customers who have downloaded the latest iOS 12.2 beta reporting that the 5G E icon has replaced the LTE service icon on iPhones.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, Science, Technology, Telecoms, Wireless, Att, 5g, 5g E Is Not 5g

How to switch between multiple eSIMs on iPhone XS and XS Max with iOS 12.1

When Apple announced support for Dual SIM functionality on the iPhone XS and XS Max, a lot of readers were asking if they would have more than one eSIM on a device. Turns out, you can have save several eSIMs to the iPhone XS and activate any one SIM at anytime. This is such an awesome feature which is only available on the iPhone XS at this point. On a recent trip, I managed to activate several eSIMs on my iPhone XS Max and it worked like a charm. I managed to also try a couple of eSIM based d...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Google, News, India, Blogging, eSIM, Airtel Postpaid, Truphone, GigSky

The best iPhone apps available right now (February 2019)

The iPhone is the most popular smartphone in the world, and we want to bring out the best in yours. Behold our comprehensive list of the best iPhone apps, from time-saving productivity tools to fun apps you won’t be able to put down. The post The best iPhone apps available right now (February 2019) appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Mobile, Apps, Trends, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything

Apple Says Its Update for Group FaceTime Bug Is Getting Bumped to Next Week

After a massive FaceTime bug that allowed users to potentially listen in on others when using the Group feature surfaced Monday, Apple disabled Group FaceTime in a short-term fix to the problem. An update to address the problem was expected this week, but Apple said Friday that while it has fixed the issue on its…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Security, Ipad, Science, Bugs, Facetime, Creepy Security Bugs, Apple Says Its Update for Group FaceTime

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