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Apple has acknowledged an issue that causes its new iPad Pro to freeze while it's charging - but while it has suggested a temporary workaround, it hasn't yet said when a proper fix will be available.
An online stress-tester has carried out an experiment to investigate the durability of the newly-released Apple Pencil, when charging via the iPad Pro's lighting port.
According to a new survey of U.S. Apple customers, over 101 million iPhones are now in use, and almost two-thirds of those are iPhone 6 or higher with the iPhone 6/6P being the most popular.
As of today, American Express customers in Australia can use Apple Pay at supported merchants. American Express is currently the only company supporting Apple Pay in Australia.
In a new blog post, Microsoft's Adam Denning goes over the current and future progress of Microsoft's Windows Bridge for porting iOS apps, along with a recap of new features introduced till now.
Microsoft has launched a new Bing app for iOS, which it says has been rebuilt "from the ground up" for an improved experience, with less emphasis on just searching, and a focus on 'finding and doing'.
Although there are plenty of third-party solutions for a stand used in combination with Apple's own charger for the Apple Watch, it appears that Apple might be offering a more elegant solution.
After charging their iPad Pros for a few hours, owners are complaining of finding their devices unresponsive and stuck on a black screen with no permanent fix offered by Apple.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, dispels rumours that because of the power of the new A9X SoC, Apple would finally be converging their two popular computing lines into a hybrid device.
Apple has recently confirmed rumors about a new store opening soon in Singapore. The store will be the company's first in Southeast Asia, and will also be powered entirely by renewable energy.
Retaining the same features of its Windows equivalent, Mac users are now able to take advantage of the video editing tool to create smooth time-lapse videos from devices such as the GoPro.
The long-waited release has finally arrived with Mozilla pushing out a version of its popular Firefox browser for the iPhone and iPad, it marks the end of Mozilla's boycott of Apple's iOS platform.
Apple has apologized to six black Australian students following allegations of racism, after they were turned out from the company's store based on the possibility that they "might steal something".
Apple has pulled a malicious third-party Instagram app from the App Store. The app 'InstaAgent' was harvesting user credentials by sending them off insecurely to a server owned by the developers.
Over four months after its launch on iOS, Apple Music is now available on Android as a beta - but while users will be able to sign up for a free three-month trial, the app isn't yet feature-complete.
Apple has announced that online ordering of the iPad Pro will be available starting November 11th, and will be available in store and through carriers later in the week.
According to at least one hacker and security expert, Microsoft's mobile OS gets top points for security. He claims that Windows Phone is the most secure mobile OS, beating both iOS and Android.
After announcing an iOS 9 exploit bounty earlier this year, security firm Zerodium has announced that one team was able to create an exploit that was eligible for the full million dollar payout.
It's been a full week since the release of the Surface Pro 4 and we put together a proper photo gallery comparing Microsoft's Pro 4 with Apple's MacBook Air 11-inch and 13-inch models.
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A report has revealed that Apple will start selling the enterprise-focused 12.9-inch iPad Pro in stores and online from November 11 along with the Pencil and Smart Keyboard accessories.
Roughly a week after the official release of iOS 9.1, Apple has pushed the first iOS 9.2 beta for public beta testers. The update includes bug fixes and improvements to the Safari View Controller.
On Apple's quarterly earnings call Thursday, they reported that they had earned $1.96 per share, beating Wall St expectations of $1.88 per share driven mostly by strong growth in China.
Apple have begun taking orders for their new Apple TV refresh, the first in over two years. Devices are expected to ship to customers before the week is over. Pricing starts at $149.
Ahead of the eventual launch of Apple's new music service on Android, a collection of screenshots from the Android version of the app are available for your viewing pleasure.
Microsoft has published "Mac to Surface Book," a series of four comprehensive guides with which it aims to help Apple Mac users to feel more at home with its new Surface Book.
Steve Ballmer, in a wide-ranging interview said that it is only Microsoft which is going after the Mac and the iPad. He further noted that no other company is even trying.
Apple is now rolling out the public release of iOS 9.1, which brings bug fixes and security updates, improvements to Live Photos, and over 150 new emoji, including the long-awaited 'middle finger'.
iTunes is a free application for Mac and PC. It plays all your digital music and video. It syncs content to your iPod, iPhone, and Apple TV. And it's an entertainment superstore that stays open 24/7.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has revealed that the company's music streaming service, which launched at the end of June, now has over 6.5 million paid subscribers, with millions more using the 90-day trial.
After the Xcode blunder that happened over a month ago at Apple's App Store, hundreds of apps have recently been deleted from the store, due to their ability to record private data.
We've compiled our first hand findings with dozens of reviews from reputable sources, to highlight the stuff that matters, and make it easier for you to buy the right smartphone.
From Pepsi-phones and BlackBerry's pricey Priv, to a wooden Windows Phone, another Android flaw, gapless Groove, and Microsoft's Twist on iOS, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
According to a recent report, Intel has over a 1,000 people working on an LTE modem that will be integrated with the processor for the next generation AX iPhone SoC.
With the introduction of new stock, Apple has increased the pricing of some of its computing products in India. The price hike will be permanent going forward.
The first jailbreak to hit Apple's new mobile operating system has been released into the wild, disregarding the new security features Apple developed to stop these forms of device hacks.
It was bound to happen sooner or later, but companies have finally caught up and surpassed Apple when it comes to their devices taking better photos. Eight Android handsets rank above Apple's "6s".
When developing processors for its highly popular devices, Apple was found to have infringed upon a University of Wisconsin patent, and now the trial is moving on to determine the damages.
Apple has released three new desktop accessories, including the $129 Magic Trackpad 2, which introduces pressure-sensitive Force Touch interactions to its iMac range for the first time.
Apple has updated its entire iMac range, adding a new Retina 4K Display option for the 21.5in model - but while the 27in iMac gets Intel's latest 'Skylake' processors, its smaller sibling doesn't.
Apple is partnering with consumer electronics retailer Croma to launch 6 Apple mini-stores to expand their retail presence in India, a largely untapped market of about 1.3 billion people.
From Netflix price hikes and PS4 price cuts, to a very big Surface, a small tablet with a large keyboard, and a tiny Dock with huge potential, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
In an astonishingly hostile remark today, Tesla CEO Elon Musk concluded that Apple is the place for those who can't make it at Tesla, jokingly referring to it as the 'Tesla graveyard'.
Apple offers one of the most reliable handsets on the market. Its expansive app library, unwavering support make it a compelling buy. But, is this the best the smartphone market has to offer?
At it's October event, Microsoft refreshed the Surface Pro to its fourth iteration. How does the first successful 2-in-1 compare with the devices it has inspired from Apple and Lenovo? Let's find out.
Like previous “s” releases, the iPhone 6s Plus is defined by a single feature. This time around, that new feature is 3D Touch. It also features an upgraded 12MP iSight camera and a 70% faster A9 SoC.
According a recent report, models of the iPhone have different versions of the A9 chip powering them, produced by either Samsung or TSMC. The Samsung version apparently leads to lower battery life.
Users plagued by Outlook for Mac 2011 hanging in El Capitan now have a solution. However Office 2016 for Mac users must wait longer for their issues to be resolved in Apple's new operating system.