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Apple said to revamp Find my Phone app, launch tracking hardware

The Cupertino tech giant Apple is right now busy with a lot of things -- 2019 iPhones, iOS13, WWDC June Keynotes and much more. Amidst this, Apple is revamping its Find My Friends and Find My iPhone apps under the codename “GreenTorch”. According to new reports, the upcoming app will have the features of both apps but combined in a single app. It will be available on both iOS and on macOS, as a Marzipan app. This app is expected to come with a feature called “Find Network”, where a device can...
Tags: Apple, News, Blogging, Rumors, Cupertino, AirPods Right, Apple tracking hardware

iOS 13 expected to bring system-wide dark mode, ‘Undo’ gesture for text on iPad and more

If the information circulating on the Internet turns out to be true, the Cupertino giant Apple is expected to unveil iOS13 in the upcoming annual Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off on June 3rd. While the iOS 13 is expected to come with a slew of features, here are some confirmed features, we will be seeing in this iteration. Dark Mode and Multitasking In the recent past, everyone is fond of Dark mode and it is finally coming to iOS 13 in both iPhone and iPad. As per the report,...
Tags: Apple, Ios, News, Blogging, Rumors, Cupertino, Ios 13

Ian Goodfellow’s hiring hints at what Apple’s next ‘one more thing’ could be

Apple recently scored the hottest free agent in AI when it managed to lure Ian “The GANfather” Goodfellow away from his highly-salaried perch at Google. His hiring indicates Apple’s placing a higher priority on machine learning technology. And it may tell us a little about the Cupertino company’s next big product. What’s a GAN? Read our primer on neural networks to learn more. Little is currently known about the circumstances surrounding Goodfellow’s move from Google, where he worked twice with ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Startups, Artificial Intelligence, Cupertino, Ian, Ian Goodfellow, Goodfellow, Gan

The Death of “Say Cheese”? Apple’s Trying to Patent a Synthetic Group Selfie App

Apple is apparently trying to patent technology that will generate group selfies for you and your friends, totally removing all the effort necessary on your part. The technology that the Cupertino... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Apple, Photography, News, Cupertino

New book looks inside Apple’s legal fight with the FBI

A new biography of Apple chief executive Tim Cook out this month describes the moment — and the deliberations — after the FBI issued an unprecedented legal order demanding Apple undermines the security of its flagship product. The new book, Tim Cook: The Genius Who Took Apple to the Next Level by Leander Kahney, offers a first-hand view from former staff about how Apple battled against the order, which Cook said would be “too dangerous” to comply with. Three years ago following the San Bernardin...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Security, Facebook, Cook, Privacy, California, Tech, Spokesperson, Encryption, Fbi, Tim Cook, Department Of Justice, Cupertino, Justice Department

Apple cancels the AirPower wireless charging mat, citing quality issues

It’s official. Today, Apple cancelled its perennially delayed wireless charging product, AirPower. In a statement, Cupertino blamed issues meeting its own quality standards. Here’s what Dan Riccio, Apple’s senior vice president of Hardware Engineering, said in a statement emailed to TechCrunch: “After much effort, we’ve concluded AirPower will not achieve our high standards and we have cancelled the project. We apologize to those customers who were looking forward to this launch. We continue to ...
Tags: Startups, Cupertino, Today Apple, Dan Riccio Apple, Plugged, Hardware Engineering

Apple acknowledges latest MacBook keyboard issues

After the issue of sticking and non-responsive keys, the Cupertino giant Apple launched new MacBook Pro and MacBook Air models last year with the 3rd-gen butterfly keyboard. Now, as per the recent WSJ report, some customers are still experiencing these issues. In this regard, Apple has acknowledged the issues and apologised to the customers as well. The company also informed that affected customers should contact the company for support. For the starters, Apple said the third-generation keyboa...
Tags: Apple, News, Blogging, Macbook, MacBook Air, Cupertino, Macbook Pro

The first iOS 12.3 developer beta is available for download right now

Just days after Apple rolled out iOS 12.2 to the public (unlocking Apple News+ for everyone who wants to pay $9.99 for a subscription to magazines and newspapers), the first iOS 12.3 beta has been seeded to developers. This might end up being one of the last releases before iOS 13, but considering how soon it dropped after the March event, we expect it to contain some early signs of the new services Apple unveiled in Cupertino.The release notes don't appear to mention any major changes, but ...
Tags: Apple, News, Cupertino, Apple News, Showtime Starz, Smithsonian Channel

The Apple Card is Apple's biggest announcement of 2019 so far (AAPL)

Apple held a big event at its Cupertino headquarters on Monday, and much of the focus was on Apple’s new TV service, Apple TV Plus. Apple invited Hollywood A-listers like Steven Spielberg, Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, and even the iconic Oprah Winfrey to help celebrate the impending launch of Apple TV Plus, which will feature Apple's own original programming when it arrives this fall. But the biggest announcement Apple made on Monday wasn’t about original TV shows, or even its new subs...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Trends, Tim Cook, Goldman Sachs, Nfc, Oprah Winfrey, Cupertino, Mastercard, Apple TV Plus Apple, Apple Card, Apple Card Forget Apple, Apple Credit

It’s a draw in latest Qualcomm v Apple patent scores

It’s Qualcomm 1, Apple 1 in the latest instalment of the pair’s bitter patent bust-up — the litigious IP infringement claim saga that also combines a billion dollar royalties suit filed by Cupertino alleging that the mobile chipmaker’s licensing terms are unfair. The iPhone maker filed against Qualcomm on the latter front two years ago and the trial is due to kick off next month. But a U.S. federal court judge issued a bracing sharpener earlier this month, in the form of a preliminary ruling ...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, Lawsuit, China, Germany, Tech, Intel, United States, Commission, San Diego, Cupertino, Itc, Qualcomm, Patent Law, Patent Infringement

Apple will have to stomach big losses for a long time in order to succeed with its Hollywood push (AAPL)

Apple must be prepared to shoulder huge losses to succeed in the TV business. On Monday, the tech giant announced Apple TV Plus, its entry into the streaming TV market. The company is used to enjoying huge profits on the sales of the iPhone, its star product — but entertainment is very different. Apple needs to have the appetite to spend enormous sums for years — without generating much revenue in return — to make a dent in showbiz. It's official: Apple is going to Hollywood. But if it's goin...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Hollywood, Trends, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Oprah Winfrey, Cupertino, Morgan Stanley, Steven Spielberg, Aapl, Tinseltown

10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. Apple is making its own credit card that's all white and offers 2% cash back on every Pay purchase. Apple Card will have no annual, late, or international fees, and what Apple describes as a low interest rate. Apple finally unveiled its streaming TV service, Apple TV Plus. Apple also unveiled a major update to its Apple TV app alongside plans to bring the app to several new places — from Amazon's Fire service to Samsung smart T...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Youtube, Samsung, San Francisco, Trends, Bloomberg, Nintendo, MacBook Air, Cupertino, Huawei, Mike Lynch, Alexa, Lynch, Apple TV Apple, Huawei Mate

Apple TV+: less a rival to Netflix, more a smug religious cult

The launch event for the tech giant’s streaming service featured Oprah, Spielberg and plenty of self-indulgence, but little evidence it can catch up with the market leaderIf the shows on Apple’s new TV service turn out to be as smugly evangelistic, self-indulgent and editorially undisciplined as the launch event for the product, streamed from California on Monday, then it will be very bad news for Apple subscribers and very good news for Netflix, the current market leader.The boring, sprawling 1...
Tags: Apple, Technology, Film, California, Apple TV, Netflix, Culture, Television & radio, Jennifer Aniston, Tim Cook, Computing, Oprah Winfrey, Cupertino, Steven Spielberg, Oprah Spielberg

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.
Tags: Apple, Science, Cupertino

Apple launches $10 monthly magazine, news service and the AppleCard

Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks at the Steve Jobs Theater during an event to announce new products Monday, March 25, 2019, in Cupertino, Calif. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar) Roger Rosner, Apple vice president of applications, speaks at the Steve Jobs Theater during an event to announce new products Monday, March 25, 2019, in Cupertino, Calif. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Roger Rosner, Apple vice president of applications, speaks at the Steve Jobs Theater du...
Tags: Apple, Business, Australia, Washington Post, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Tim Cook, Goldman Sachs, Cupertino, National Geographic, Wall Street Journal, Mastercard, Apple News, Cupertino Calif, Tony Avelar

This Is What Apple’s New TV Service Will Actually Look Like

Apple unveiled its much-anticipated video service at a press event in Cupertino Monday, promising a range of originals via its forthcoming Apple TV+ service as well as easy access to third-party video subscription services. But while many of the big names attached to Apple’s video efforts were known beforehand, one significant detail wasn’t: How are […]
Tags: Apple, News, Cupertino

This Is How Apple’s New TV Service Will Actually Look Like

Apple unveiled its much-anticipated video service at a press event in Cupertino Monday, promising a range of originals via its forthcoming Apple TV+ service as well as easy access to third-party video subscription services. But while many of the big names attached to Apple’s video efforts were known beforehand, one significant detail wasn’t: How are […]
Tags: Apple, News, Cupertino

Apple just announced a slew of original TV shows — check them out (AAPL)

Apple unveiled a new TV initiative called Apple TV+ at its big event in Cupertino on Monday. Apple will be making TV shows. Here's your first look at all of the Apple originals that were showcased during the event. "It's showtime." That was the tagline for Apple's big event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California on Monday, where the company finally unveiled Apple TV+ — its new premium TV streaming service, which it says is focused on great storytelling.  Apple invited filmmakers i...
Tags: Apple, Reese Witherspoon, America, Trends, Apple TV, Earth, Jennifer Aniston, Silicon Valley, Steve Carell, Alfre Woodard, Cupertino, Spielberg, Jason Momoa, Cupertino California, Kumail Nanjiani, Nanjiani

Apple just announced Apple News+, a news subscription service for $9.99 per month

Apple announced a new subscription news service called Apple News+ during a special event at the Steve Jobs Theater on Monday. Apple News subscribers will gain access to articles from more than 300 news outlets and magazines for $9.99 per month, with family sharing. Along with Apple's new subscription TV service, the Apple News update is a big part of the company's plan to drive new revenue growth with new subscription offerings. Apple announced a news subscription news service, Apple News+, ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Trends, New York Times, Cupertino, Wall Street Journal, Apple Music, Apple News, Apple News Apple, Steve Jobs Theater, Wall Street Journal Vox, Los Angeles Times Notably, Washington Post Apple News

Here's Everything You Need To Know About Today's Apple Event

After much anticipation from both Silicon Valley and Hollywood alike, Apple has finally announced its very own streaming service: Apple TV+. Today, on stage at Steve Jobs Theater on Apple Campus in Cupertino, CA, Tim Cook spent almost two hours highlighting updates to the brand's fleet of services, including a new Apple TV app and the Apple Card. Apple News+ First up, Tim Cook announced that Apple will be bringing magazines to Apple News, which is already the App Store’s most popular News app, ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Fashion, Music, Florida, New York, Hollywood, News, New York City, Chicago, Canada, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Goldman Sachs, Steve Carell, Alfre Woodard

Here's Everything You Need To Know About Today's #AppleEvent

After much anticipation from both tech and Hollywood alike, Apple has finally announced its very own streaming service. Today, on stage at Steve Jobs Theater on Apple Campus in Cupertino, CA, Tim Cook didn't introduce a new generation of iPhones or HomePods, but rather focused the event on the brand's fleet of services. The event had a strong emphasis on privacy. Apple News+ First up, Tim Cook announced that Apple will be bringing magazines to Apple News, which is already the App Store’s most p...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Fashion, Music, Florida, Hollywood, News, New York City, Chicago, Canada, Tim Cook, Goldman Sachs, Cupertino, Apple News, Portland OR, Apple Pay Apple

Apple News won't let advertisers track users or monitor what they read (AAPL)

Apple has announced its subscription news service, Apple News Plus. Apple won't let advertisers track users on it, and it won't monitor what users read. It's part of Apple's broader pro-privacy strategy. Apple has finally announcedits long-awaited subscription news service, Apple News Plus — and it's putting an emphasis on privacy. On Monday, the Cupertino tech giant held a press conference to announce a slew of new products and updates as it attempts to diversify its offerings beyond the iPh...
Tags: Apple, Google, Cook, Trends, Atlantic, Tim Cook, Sports Illustrated, Cupertino, Apple News, Aapl, Apple News Plus, Apple News Plus Apple, LA Times Apple

Live from Apple’s media special event

You know Apple’s got something big in the works when it went ahead and launched new iPads, iMacs and AirPods in one week with little fanfare. And while this week’s event was a bit of a surprise, Apple’s clearly been working to it for a long time. The company sent out invites for “Show Time” a few weeks back, and since then we’ve been piecing together the clues of what we expect will be announced. A new video streaming service will most likely be the centerpiece of the big event. The company h...
Tags: Apple, TC, Tech, Netflix, Cupertino, Matthew Panzarino, Brian Heater

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...
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Watch Apple Event Live for Free Worldwide (Livestream Video)

Want to watch Apple’s special event live from the Steve Jobs Arena in Cupertino? Here is a link to the livestream on the Apple website. The event starts on the 25th March at 10am PDT (Pacific Daylight Time). Apple sent out invitations for the event stating that it was “Show Time”. From this a lot of press are predicting that Apple will be launching their Netflix competitor today in which they have already budgeted over $1 billion on content. The post Watch Apple Event Live for Free Wor...
Tags: Apple, Music, Netflix, Event, Livestream, Cupertino, Announcement, Digital Music News, Steve Jobs Arena, PDT Pacific Daylight Time Apple

Apple is teasing fans with a playful live stream of the Steve Jobs Theater ahead of its big TV event

Apple is teasing the launch of its TV service on Monday with a series of cryptic messages. A live stream of the Steve Jobs Theater has featured playful nods to stars of upcoming Apple shows. It is also showing what appears to be an Apple Maps journey to Cupertino, California. Here's everything Apple is expected to announce at its special event. Apple is gearing up for its big TV event in playful (yet, no doubt, meticulously planned) fashion. After a week of product-related announcements from ...
Tags: Apple, Hollywood, Cook, Reese Witherspoon, Los Angeles, Trends, Bloomberg, Netflix, Jennifer Aniston, Nba, Starz, Oprah Winfrey, Cupertino, Apple Maps, Wall Street Journal, Steven Spielberg

How to watch the live stream for today’s Apple keynote

Apple is holding a keynote today on its campus in Cupertino, and the company is expected to talk about new services. Don’t expect any new device, today’s event should be all about content. At 10 AM PT (1 PM in New York, 5 PM in London, 6 PM in Paris), you’ll be able to watch the event as the company is streaming it live. Rumor has it that the company plans to unveil multiple new services. The most anticipated one will be a new video streaming service that should compete with Netflix, Amazon P...
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How to watch Apple’s March event live

Apple is set to unveil its new streaming video platform today, and we’ve already heard a lot about what’s in store over the past few months. It’s expected to launch its service with plenty of original content – about a billion dollars’ worth – alongside movies and TV series from the likes of HBO and Showtime. The unveiling will take place on September 12 at the Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park premises in Cupertino. The best place to follow along is right here on TNW, where we’ll cover the a...
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Apple reportedly wants to sell subscriptions to HBO, Showtime and more premium channels for $9.99 a pop

Apple is expected to reveal separate subscription services for TV and news content during a special event on Monday. Apple wants to sell subscriptions to premium cable channels like HBO, Showtime, and Starz for $9.99 each on its new TV app, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal. Though the Apple TV has been exclusive to Apple devices for sometime, the company has reportedly been in negotiations to bring the Apple TV app to more streaming devices, like Roku and smart TVs. Apple's i...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, Trends, Apple TV, Macbook, Showtime, Starz, Roku, Cupertino, Amazon Instant Video, Wall Street Journal, Apple Apple, HBO Showtime, Watch Google, HBO NOW Showtime

How Rick Singer started the college admissions cheating scandal? It began with a reality TV audition

Rick Singer looks straight into the camera, auditioning for his own reality show about the cutthroat world of college admissions. Wearing a light blue sweater vest, he pitches himself as a “life-coach” for families desperate to get their kids into Stanford, Yale and USC. He has the look of a tennis pro and a voice that could pass for New York “fixer” Michael Cohen. “This is a game,’’ he says on the production company video submitted to a network in 2010 and unearthed last week by TMZ . “Just rea...
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