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Apple Will Let iPhone 13 Pro Users Disable Auto Switching to Ultra Wide Lens for Macro Photography Later This Fall

iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max reviews were published today, with the devices receiving praise for their smoother ProMotion displays, longer battery life, and improved cameras, but there was one consistent complaint among the reviews. On the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max, a new feature is the ability to take macro photos. As noted by Input Mag's Raymond Wong, however, this new capability results in the device automatically switching from the Wide lens to the Ultra Wide lens when yo...
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The 8 coolest features of the new iPhone 13 models, including stronger glass, steadier photography, and more

iPhone 13 Apple When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro models are available for preorder on September 17. Apple will make the phones generally available starting September 24. Here are some features to look forward to from the newest generation of iPhone. The newest generation of iPhone is coming on September 24, with preorders starting September 17. Compared to previous models, the iPhone 13 lineup comes with im...
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This year's big iPhone reveal event was Apple's most boring yet

Apple's 2021 smartphone, the iPhone 13. Apple Apple's annual iPhone reveal event happened on Tuesday, and it was less thrilling than ever. Though Apple introduced new versions of a variety of products, the updates were all incremental. If you're waiting on a new iPhone, maybe keep waiting. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. On Tuesday, Apple introduced the iPhone 13, the newest version of its most popular product.It's a sleek rectangle of metal and glas...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Mobile, Trends, Analysis, Tim Cook, Ipad Mini, Apple Watch, Apple Apple, Brownlee, Ben Gilbert, Tech Insider, Series 7, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Pro


Apple's supercharged iPad Mini is just a big, glorified iPhone

Apple unveiled its new iPad Mini Tuesday, and mini it is. Apple Apple unveiled a new iPad Mini on Tuesday. It's a glorified iPhone. The device clocks in at 8.3 inches, just a tad bigger than the iPhone 13 Pro Max's 6.7 inches. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple unveiled a new iPad Mini - and it's basically just a giant iPhone.The company held its annual September iPhone event Tuesday, and among the cluster of product announcements was a supercharged iPad Min...
Tags: Apple, News, Trends, Analysis, Tim Cook, Ipad Mini, Retail, Max, Apple Apple, Tech Insider, Katie Canales, iPhone 13, Apple September event


RECAP: Apple just unveiled the iPhone 13, a new iPad, and a new Apple Watch

Apple CEO Tim Cook and the iPhone 13. Apple Apple just unveiled new versions of many of its biggest products, including the iPhone 13. New versions of the iPad, iPad Mini, and Apple Watch also debuted. With the exception of the Watch Series 7, all the new products will ship this month. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Rather than beginning with the iPhone, Apple CEO Tim Cook started the presentation with the debut of the latest iPad: The new iPad starts at $329 a...
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LIVE: Apple's just unveiled the iPhone 13, a new iPad, and a new Apple Watch

The logo for Apple's September 14 "California Streaming" event, where Apple is expected to unveil this year's iPhone. Apple Apple just unveiled new versions of many of its biggest products on Tuesday, including the iPhone 13. New versions of the iPad, iPad Mini, and Apple Watch were also debuted. With the exception of a design update to the iPad Mini, none of the product updates featured major changes. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. After nearly 40 minu...
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Here’s everything Apple announced at its event this morning

It’s that time again! It’s September, which generally means two things: We’re blasting Earth, Wind, and Fire on repeat, and Apple will announce a new iPhone (or four). Right on schedule, Apple held a remote event this morning, streaming kinda-sorta-live from its Cupertino campus. Whether you didn’t have time to watch the entire hour-long stream or just want the highlights, we’ve got you — as usual, we’ve boiled the whole thing down to the bullet points. New iPads Both the standard iPad and the...
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Apple brings macro, low light and cinema-focused updates to the iPhone 13 Pro camera

Apple continues its tradition of improving the photography capabilities of consumer devices with today’s announcement of the iPhone 13 and 13 Pro, available on September 24. Last year’s iPhone 12 had two rear camera lenses, while the iPhone 12 Pro had three; the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro follow suit. The iPhone 13 features a wide (f/1.6 aperture) and an ultra wide (f/2.4 aperture) lens, which are the same specs as the iPhone 12. But the iPhone 13 Pro unveils an entirely new camera system. Comp...
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The iPhone 13 is here

The new iPhone 13. Apple Apple unveiled the new iPhone 13, a redesigned iPhone with a 20% smaller notch, on Tuesday.The iPhone 13 comes in five colors - pink, blue, midnight, starlight, and Product Red - and has the same flat-edge display as the iPhone 12. Apple also reoriented the rear camera, positioning the two lenses diagonally rather than vertically. The new device runs Apple's new A15 Bionic chip, which Apple says allows the device to deliver 15.8 trillion operations per second. T...
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Apple drops, Netflix and Spotify pop after judge rules in favor of Epic Games in lawsuit targeting in-app purchases

Dursun Aydemir/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images A ruling in the Apple vs. Epic Games lawsuit sent shares of the iPhone maker down as much as 3% on Friday.The ruling said Apple must allow other forms of in-app purchases that would not be subject to a commission paid to the company.While shares of Apple fell, companies that rely on the app store to generate business surged, including Netflix, Spotify, and Roblox.Sign up here for our daily newsletter, 10 Things Before the Opening Bell.Shares of Ap...
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Epic Games Asks Apple to Restore Fortnite in South Korea Following Ban on In-App Purchase Requirement [Update]

Epic Games today said that it has asked Apple to reinstate its Fortnite developer account because it intends to release Fortnite in South Korea. South Korea in late August passed a bill that bans Apple from requiring developers to use its in-app purchase system. The bill forces Apple (and Google) to let developers use third-party payment methods to make purchases. ‌Epic Games‌ now says that it intends to release Fornite in Korea and offer both Epic payment and Apple payment options side-by-s...
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Report: Apple Chose to Develop Apple Car Alone to Avoid Further Delays, Currently Selecting Suppliers

Apple is developing its electric vehicle independently without the assistance of another automaker and is currently selecting final parts suppliers, according to sources said to be familiar with Apple's plans speaking to Korea's Maeil Economic Daily. In line with a previous report from Reuters, the report explains that the company has had its own automobile hardware research and development unit since 2014, but due to development challenges, it contacted BMW, Hyundai, Nissan, and Toyota to ex...
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Apple's big iPhone 13 reveal event is on September 14

Apple Apple is expected to detail the next major iPhone models on September 14 at its annual event. The company sent out digital invites on Tuesday. The event's theme is "California Streaming." From dropping the notch to adding satellite connectivity, some big changes could be in store for the next iPhone. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Apple's big iPhone reveal event just got it own reveal: The livestreamed video presentation is scheduled to broadcast on ...
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Apple Announces First U.S. States That Will Let You Add Your Driver's License to Your iPhone (mac rumors)

Apple today announced the first U.S. states that will be rolling out the ability for residents to add their driver's license or state ID to the Wallet app on the iPhone and Apple Watch. Arizona and Georgia will be the first states to support the feature, with Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah to follow, according to Apple. Apple said select TSA security checkpoints in participating U.S. airports will be the first locations where customers can present their mobile dri...
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Apple Announces First U.S. States That Will Let You Add Your Driver's License to Your iPhone

Apple today announced the first U.S. states that will be rolling out the ability for residents to add their driver's license or state ID to the Wallet app on the iPhone and Apple Watch. Arizona and Georgia will be the first states to support the feature, with Connecticut, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah to follow, according to Apple. Apple said select TSA security checkpoints in participating U.S. airports will be the first locations where customers can present their digital driv...
Tags: Apple, Utah, Featured, Wallet, Georgia, Arizona, Tsa, Apple Apple, Apple Wallet, Jennifer Bailey Apple, Connecticut Iowa Kentucky Maryland Oklahoma


Apple is doing everything it can to keep employees from talking about pay equity

Apple CEO Tim Cook Jason Lee/Reuters Apple blocked employees from forming a Slack channel to talk about pay equity, The Verge reports. It's the latest news suggesting that Apple is bent on preventing workers from discussing their pay. The company cracked down on previous employee-led efforts to collect information on how much people make. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple blocked employees from creating a Slack channel devoted to talking about pay equity, according...
Tags: Apple, News, Trends, Workers Rights, Slack, Tech Companies, Reuters Apple, Apple Apple, Tech Insider, Katie Canales, Cher Scarlett, Tim Cook Jason Lee


South Korea Could Ban Apple From Requiring Developers to Use In-App Purchase System

South Korea may soon ban Apple and Google from requiring app developers to use their in-app purchase systems, reports Reuters. South Korea's legislation and judiciary committee is expected to approve an "Anti-Google Law" that amends the existing Telecommunications Business Act. It will require Apple and Google to allow third-party payment methods in their app stores in South Korea, and it will let developers use independent payment systems. If the amendment is approved by the committee, the ...
Tags: Apple, Google, South Korea, Europe, United States, Korea, European Commission, App Store, Match Group, Reuters Apple, Apple Apple, Reuters South Korea, Coalition for App Fairness, National Assembly of South Korea, App Store South Korea


Apple Launched Invite-Only 'Siri Speech Study' App to Improve Siri

Apple recently launched an invite-only iOS app called "Siri Speech Study" to improve and provide feedback on the Siri voice assistant, it has emerged (via TechCrunch). The app, which first appeared on the App Store on August 9 without fanfare and was updated on August 18, allows users to voluntarily share their ‌Siri‌ interactions and feedback with Apple so that it can gain data to improve ‌Siri‌. The app is reportedly available in the U.S., Canada, Germany, France, Hong Kong, India, Ireland...
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Here's a full breakdown of which streaming services you can access with Apple TV Channels

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Apple Apple TV Channels let you watch content from different streaming services inside the Apple TV app. Popular Apple TV Channels include Paramount Plus, Showtime, Starz, and more. The subscription fees for these channels range anywhere from $3 to $11 a month. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky TV Channels (small) On the Apple TV app, you can unlock access to thousands of hours of entertainment with...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Entertainment, Trends, Tech, Apple TV, Features, United States, Showtime, Starz, Jason Sudeikis, Reno, Streaming Service, Apple Apple, Mac Apple, Tech Insider


Interview: Apple’s Head of Privacy details child abuse detection and Messages safety features

Last week, Apple announced a series of new features targeted at child safety on its devices. Though not live yet, the features will arrive later this year for users. Though the goals of these features are universally accepted to be good ones — the protection of minors and the limit of the spread of Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM), there have been some questions about the methods Apple is using. I spoke to Erik Neuenschwander, Head of Privacy at Apple, about the new features launching f...
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Apple Responds to Call Center Worker Complaints About Plans to Monitor Them With Cameras at Home

Workers used to support Apple's call centers around the world have complained about plans to install cameras to monitor them when working from home, NBC News reports. Employees of Teleperformance in Colombia, a major call center company used by Apple, have raised concerns about lengthy new contracts that allow them to be monitored by AI-powered cameras installed in their homes, voice analytics, and storage of data about workers' family members, including children. One worker based in Bogota, ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Ipad, UK, Mac, Nbc News, Colombia, Philippines, Rumors, Albania, Bogota, Apple Apple, Apple Amazon, India Mexico, Nick Leahy


iOS 15 Privacy Guide: Private Relay, Hide My Email, Mail Privacy Protection, App Reports and More

With every new version of iOS, Apple makes an effort to provide new privacy and security-focused features to make the iPhone and iPad more secure, and iOS 15 is no exception. It is, in fact, a huge leap forward in privacy thanks to features like iCloud Private Relay and Hide My Email. In this guide, we've outlined all of the privacy and security features that are available in ‌iOS 15‌ to give MacRumors readers a clear picture of what's new. iCloud+ Alongside ‌iOS 15‌, Apple debuted a new ...
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Elon Musk calls out Apple's App Store fees for being a 'global tax on the internet'

Brendan Smialowski/AFP, Richard Drew/Associated Press Elon Musk said Apple's App Store fees are "a de facto global tax on the internet." He also said "Epic is right" as the "Fortnite" creator remains locked in a legal battle with Apple. Epic argues that the App Store is a monopoly since it takes a cut from all in-app purchases. See more stories on Insider's business page. Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk tweeted Friday that "Epic is right" in its lawsuit alleging Apple's App Sto...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Spacex, Elon Musk, News, Congress, Trends, Tesla, Epic, Tim Cook, Retail, App Store, Apple Apple, BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI, App Store Apple


Apple's MacBook Air M1 is $150 off at Best Buy - the same deal we saw during Amazon Prime Day 2021

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Apple Apple's MacBook Air M1 with 8GB RAM is $150 off at Best Buy right now, and the deal is available for the 256GB and 512GB versions.The MacBook Air M1 is a truly excellent laptop thanks to its impressively powerful M1 processor and long battery life.See more stories on Insider's business page. New MacBook Air (M1) (medium, Preferred: Best Buy) Best Buy is selling Apple's latest MacBook A...
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Apple is really desperate to stop product design leaks

Apple Apple sent a cease-and-desist discouraging ads of leaked or stolen iPhone prototypes, VICE reports. The company reportedly said such leaks are causing companies to make phone cases in the wrong sizes. Apple reportedly wrote in the letter that keeping its newest products a surprise is part of its DNA. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple has sent a cease-and-desist letter in a sign of a greater crackdown on product design leaks, Motherboard reports.The company repor...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Accessories, Trends, Leaks, Phone Cases, Product Launch, Apple Apple, Tech Insider, Sarah Jackson, ResearchAndMarkets, Motherboard Apple


Apple Preparing to Occupy 200,000 Square Feet of Temporary Space Ahead of New $1 Billion North Carolina Campus

Back in April, Apple announced a $430 billion investment over the next five years to create more than 20,000 new jobs as the company continues to expand. One significant piece of that plan is a new engineering and research center in North Carolina where Apple will be investing over $1 billion and hiring at least 3,000 employees. Assemblage of seven properties in Research Triangle Park owned by Apple Apple actually acquired the land for its new North Carolina campus in late 2018, purchasing ...
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Tesla CEO Elon Musk Takes Shots at Apple During Earnings Call

During a Tesla earnings call that took place today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk spent time sniping at Apple, reports CNBC. Musk criticized Apple's "walled garden" and made comments on the company's cobalt use. In a discussion about plans to allow Tesla competitors to use the Tesla electric vehicle charger network, Musk said that Tesla does not want to create a walled garden to "bludgeon" Tesla competitors, alluding to Apple's App Store practices."I think we do want to emphasize that our goal is to su...
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China Roundup: Kai-Fu Lee’s first Europe bet, WeRide buys a truck startup

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. Despite the geopolitical headwinds for foreign tech firms to enter China, many companies, especially those that find a dependable partner, are still forging ahead. For this week’s roundup, I’m including a conversation I had with Prophesee, a French vision technology startup, which recently got funding from Kai-Fu Lee and Xiaomi,...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Fundings & Exits, TC, Asia, Europe, Sweden, China, Funding, Tech, Smartphone, Smartphones, Artificial Intelligence, Paris, Xiaomi, Sony


New iOS 14.7, tvOS 14.7, and watchOS 7.6 updates expand ECG support and more (ars technica)

Enlarge / The MagSafe Battery pack attached to iPhone 12 Pro models. (credit: Apple) Apple pushed out new versions of its iOS, tvOS, and watchOS operating systems for iPhone, Apple TV, and Apple Watch devices on Monday. Dubbed iOS 14.7, tvOS 14.7, and watchOS 7.6, the updates are relatively small and include tweaks, bug fixes, and a minor new feature or two. The primary impetus for the iOS update seems to be added support for the recently launched MagSafe Battery Pack that is compatible with t...
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Xiaomi has overtaken Apple as the world's second-biggest smartphone seller. Here's how the major players rank.

Apple CEO Tim Cook. Frazer Harrison/FilmMagic Xiaomi has leapfrogged Apple to become the second-biggest seller of smartphones worldwide, Canalys said. The Chinese company shipped 83% more smartphones in Q2 vs the same period last year. Samsung topped the Canalys list, accounting for nearly one in five global smartphone shipments in Q2. See more stories on Insider's business page. Xiaomi has overtaken Apple to become the second-biggest smartphone seller in the world.For the first time, ...
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