From Huawei's big ambitions and Apple's next iPhones, to free Lumias, Microsoft's mobile payments, HP's hot recall, and not-quite-Universal apps, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
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Hands-on video to show off the first beta of the next iteration of Apple's desktop operating system, macOS 10.12 Sierra. New features include Siri, picture-in-picture, and more.
Apple has officially discontinued its aging Thunderbolt Display, which could indicate a successor could be on the horizon. The discontinued model was introduced nearly five years ago.
Apple recently released a preview of iOS 10, in which the company left the OS kernel unencrypted, a move that could aid security researchers to find and report critical security vulnerabilities.
Apple's new iPhones will reportedly feature only a few "subtle changes" - but it's said to be planning to ditch the 3.5mm headphone jack to make the devices even thinner, and water-resistant.
With major updates to Apple's operating systems just a few months away, the company has seeded new developer betas for iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, and tvOS 9.2.2. There are no new front-facing features.
From Surface savings and Anniversary anticipation, to Opera's 'oops', Kid's Corner crushed, Groovey goodness, and games, games, GAMES! ...it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
Apple has released the first developer beta for watchOS 3. In our hands-on, we'll take a look at new features, and try to figure out if Apple can keep its promises of a faster Apple Watch.
It appears that Apple will finally allow iOS users to play music and take pictures at the same time when iOS 10 is released. Playback will still be interrupted when recording video.
Apple has been requiring developers to submit 64-bit apps for over a year now. Beginning with the iOS 10 beta, it would appear that devices will now warn users trying to use older 32-bit applications.
Statements that users can remove stock apps on iOS 10 have been exaggerated. As it turns out, it only removes the app from the home screen, rather than uninstalling the app.
A credible rumor came out last month suggesting that future MacBooks might feature TouchID and an OLED touch bar - and now code from the macOS Sierra beta seemingly corroborates those rumors.
Apple has announced that once Safari 10 reaches the public, as part of macOS Sierra, Flash will be turned off by default in an effort to ensure users have a better and safer experience with HTML5.
Apple had its WWDC keynote this week, and you know what that means: all-new developer betas to play with. We'll start with iOS 10, which Apple promises is the biggest iOS release ever.
iOS 10 is coming this fall, but it won't be coming to all of the devices that were previously eligible for upgrade to iOS 9. Here's the full list of devices that will be able to install the update.
Apple has announced the availability of its new file-system, dubbed APHS (or Apple File System). It will ship as a technical preview in macOS 10.12 Sierra, but comes with some limitations.
At Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference today, the firm announced Swift Playgrounds, an app for the iPad that will help teach kids to code using Apple's own programming language, Swift.
It seems Apple may have finally addressed a major complaint of iOS users regarding bloatware, as early adopters of iOS 10 are now reporting that certain stock apps can now be uninstalled.
Apple today announced what's next for its Apple TV today, offering up a developer beta for tvOS 10, which is only available for the latest Apple TV model. The news comes from WWDC 2016.
Apple held its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) today where it formally announced that OS X will now be macOS. A developer beta was released following the keynote - here's how to get it.
Apple today announced the next iteration of all of its operating systems, including watchOS 3. Developer betas were released, but be warned, as there is no way to roll back from a watchOS beta.
At Apple's Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) today, the firm announced iOS 10, offering up a beta for developers. Here's how to install it, ahead of the public beta coming this summer.
As part of Apple's announcement of OS X's name change to macOS and the unveiling of its new version, SIerra, the new operating system has officially dropped support for older Macs in the past decade.
At WWDC this year, Apple announced a slew of small but significant improvements to tvOS, bringing a better Siri, more channels and a number of new apps for its set-top box.
Today at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, the firm has announced a new name for its desktop operating system, called macOS. A new version is announced, called Sierra, bringing in new features.
Apple has just announced the next version of its mobile operating system, which will be called iOS 10, and will feature ten new features that the company believes will set the OS apart from others.
At today's WWDC 2016 conference, the Cupertino giant has released a number of stats about the developer interest generated by the iOS platform, as well as the yearly developer event.
Apple is holding its annual Worldwide Developer Conference today. To start off, the firm announced watchOS 3, introducing features such as Control Center, new watch faces, and quite a bit more.
Apple's WWDC 2016 keynote is scheduled for later on today and we have a guide to help you watch the keynote on any device: Windows, iOS, Mac, Android or Linux - you can see the event live.
A new Xbox app has been released, which is now available for download on the Google Play Store, and Apple App Store. The app serves as a successor to the old Smartglass offering.
From App Store changes and Apple Store thieves, to foldable phones, Lenovo's Tango, Insider t-shirts, Jon Snow in space, and the PS4 with more, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
A new report states that Apple will begin using modems from Intel in the next iteration of the iPhone. Devices sold in China or for use on Verizon will continue to use Qualcomm modems.
The New York Police Department is investigating an incident in which a man "dressed similarly" to employees entered an Apple Store, and stole 19 iPhones with the help of an accomplice.
Apple is making significant modifications to its App Store, including the addition of search advertisements, reduced app review times, a revamped subscription model and more.
Apple might be holding its yearly Worldwide Developer Conference, but Microsoft drop by and have its own event. WWDC attendees are invited to an afterparty, discussing Xamarin and iOS.
Apple today has released new betas for all of its operating systems, including iOS 9.3.3, OS X 10.11.6, watchOS 2.2.2, and tvOS 9.2.2. Also, a build is now available for the 9.7" iPad Pro.
From holo-pursuits and virtual thrills, to plants that talk back, iPads unbricked, bizarre Band 2 pricing, and lovely/creepy robots, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
A significant outage hit many of Apple's services yesterday, including the App Store, iCloud and Apple TV - but while the company says its services have since been restored, the cause remains unclear.
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.
The rumors of Apple announcing a new 5K Thunderbolt Display at its WWDC developer conference this month. According to a report, the firm is to focus on software at its keynote this year.
Apple is giving students and teachers free wireless Beats headphones with the purchase of an eligible Mac, iPhone 6 or 6s, or iPad Pro. The deal is part of the firm's Back to School promotion.
Many of Apple's services are currently down, including the App Store for both Mac and iOS, Photos, iWork for iCloud, and quite a bit more. Apple has not publicly acknowledged the problem.
Apple pulled the iOS 9.3.2 update for its 9.7-inch iPad Pro last month, after some users reported that it had bricked their devices. Over two weeks later, it seems Apple has finally fixed the issue.
Apple has begun sending out press invitations for its WWDC keynote on June 13. The firm is expected to unveil iOS 10, macOS 10.12, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10, as well as a revamped Apple Music.
Due to reports of a low supply at Apple Stores, speculation has grown to support the theory that Apple may be working on a new Thunderbolt display. The previous model was released in 2011.
From bigger tweets and smaller prices, to Android updates, Windows 10 upgrades, fruity hearsay, Edge extensions, and PlayStation proliferation, it's our regular roundup of the week's top tech news.
A new reporting looking at Apple's R&D spending points towards large sums of money being diverted to the rumored Apple Car. Analysts also believe Apple will adopt a ride-sharing revenue model.
After the recent investment by Apple in Chinese ride hailing firm, Didi, Toyota is partnering with Uber, which would see the automaker provide cars to ride hailing service.
According to a new report, Apple is working on a Siri-powered competitor to Amazon's Echo and Google's Home. The firm is also planning to open up its voice assistant to third party applications.
Apple is trying to re-design the keyboard with the next MacBook Pro, according to a new report. An OLED touch display is slated to replace some keys seen as essential for decades.