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Apple has found that an overwhelming majority of chargers and cables sold and fulfilled by Amazon as 'genuine' Apple products, are in fact fake. The company is now suing one of the manufacturers.
Apple today seeded the fourth Developer Beta of tvOS 10.0.1. The OS update will focus on bug fixes and stability improvements, so there are no new front-facing features in today's build.
Apple has begun sending out invitations for its next big event, which will be held on October 27. Most rumors indicate that the company will be taking that time to introduce new Macs.
Apple today seeded a pair of betas to developers, including macOS 10.12.1 Sierra beta 5, as well as iOS 10.1 beta 5, which is exclusive to the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, just a day after beta 4.
It looks like Apple could evolve its keyboard a step further if rumors are to be believed. The company is in talks to bring e-ink keys to replace static keys that are found on its current MacBooks.
Apple has added the iPhone 4 to its obsolete devices list meaning that any iPhone 4 hardware will no longer be serviced. This will allow the company to focus on replacement parts for newer devices.
According to a new report, Apple will be revealing new Macs next week on October 27. The main rumor is that the company will unveil new models of its MacBook Pro computers.
Another port bites the dust, if a rumor from a Japanese website is to be believed. Following the removal of the headphone jack from the iPhone 7, it may now be the time for USB-A to go.
Apple today released a new build of iOS 10.1 beta. This time, the company released the build to both public testers as well as developers. The build number for beta 4 is 14B72b.
Apple today released the latest bug fix update to iOS, bringing the version number to 10.0.3. Interestingly, today's update is only available for the company's latest iPhones, the 7 and 7 Plus.
Apple wanted to launch its own self-driving, electric car by early 2020, but the company was forced to scale back its ambitions among in-fighting, market pressure and a "failure of leadership".
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A Microsoft executive has argued that recent malware attacks have proved that iOS is as vulnerable as Android, and that organizations should preemptively arm themselves against exploits.
A week after releasing its second developer beta of watchOS 3.1, Apple has rolled out another dev preview of the latest version of its wearable OS, focusing on bug fixes and performance improvements.
After seeding new Developer Betas of iOS 10.1 and tvOS 10.0.1 yesterday, Apple is now offering macOS 10.12.1 Sierra Developer Beta 4. The Public Beta will likely arrive tomorrow.
The iOS 10 rollout began on September 13, and Apple says it had made its way to 54% of its active mobile devices by October 7. That's impressive, but it does appear to be a slower rollout than iOS 9.
Apple today seeded new Developer Beta builds of both iOS 10.1 and tvOS 10.0.1. As usual, there's a new Xcode 8.1 build in the mix, but nothing for macOS 10.12.1 Sierra or watchOS 3.1 testers.
Apple released the Apple Watch Series 2 on the same day as its new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. The device uses a new dual-core processor, has GPS, and is waterproof. Here's our review.
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The FBI is looking into its legal options about unlocking yet another terrorist's iPhone, which may embroil the federal agency in yet another dispute with the Cupertino-based tech giant.
Today saw the first opening of an Apple iOS Developer Academy based in Naples, Italy. The program is designed to aid and encourage iOS ecosystem development and comes after a joint investment of €10m.
Google's new flagships offer some 'dust protection', but are only protected against a limited amount of 'water falling as a spray' - unlike the latest iPhones, which can be fully immersed in water.
After releasing its first Public Beta of iOS 10.1 last month, the second is now available to download. iOS 10.1 focuses mostly on bug fixes, but there is a welcome new feature for iPhone 7 Plus users.
After not supporting the device for almost a year and a half, Apple has finally stopped selling its last-generation model of the Apple TV, which doesn't even offer support for Apple Music.
Apple today released a second round of Developer Beta builds for its next minor updates, including iOS 10.1, watchOS 3.1, and tvOS 10.0.1. macOS 10.12.1 Sierra was offered yesterday.
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The exploding phone spotlight has moved from Samsung to Apple as a student in Burlington County sees his iPhone 6 Plus go up in flames. Apple is now investigating the incident.
Tim Cook shared some of his thoughts on the future of virtual and mixed reality, giving us a glimpse of where Apple might be headed. Though it will take a while, Cook says, AR will change everything.
According to a new rumour, Apple may release as many as 3 different versions of the iPad Pro next spring, possibly overhauling its entire lineup and scrapping the Air and Mini lines altogether.
Apple today released the third beta for macOS 10.12.1 Sierra to developers. It's the third build in less than two weeks, while the company's other operating systems haven't received a second.
Elgato just succeeded in being the first major manufacturer to offer a HomeKit compatible switched plug for the UK market. And they have some clever energy saving features, too.
Several iPhone 7 and 7 Plus owners are stating that they are facing Bluetooth audio issues with their BMWs. In response, BMW says that it is already working on a fix with Apple.
Although Apple mentions that iMessage is secure from snooping, the claim might not be completely true, as a report has revealed that the company could share a user's contacts with authorities.
A man went on a destructive rampage at an Apple Store in Dijon, France, smashing thousands of dollars' worth of iPhones and MacBook devices, after an apparent dispute over his 'consumer rights'.
A brand new iPhone 7 Plus ended up in a pretty bad state after it caught fire and exploded. Luckily no one was hurt, as the incident seems to have happened in transit due to battery damage.
12 days after updating its Android and Windows apps to reflect the change, Microsoft has finally released a version of Microsoft Health for iOS that renames it to Microsoft Band.
A week after rolling out its first beta of macOS 10.12.1 Sierra, Apple has now made the second beta available to developers. The new release bumps the build number up to 16B2333a.
Apple has been having some trouble defining the role of its Watch. Having relegated it to the fitness market, the company now reportedly hopes to build on that and push into the healthcare sector.
Google is said to be developing an ultra-thin 12.3" notebook with stylus support priced from $799, as a showcase device for its new Andromeda OS, bringing together the best of both Android and Chrome.
Apple's iOS 10 may be an outlier when it comes to improved security. Researchers are saying Apple took a big step backwards with the way it hashes backup passwords. Apple says it will fix the issue.
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With its new dual-core processor, GPS, and water resistance, the Apple Watch Series 2 is slated to make up for its predecessor's shortcomings. Here is our unboxing and first impressions of the device.
There's some weird laws on the books, but apparently in Singapore you're not allowed to go to the airport unless you're really getting on an airplane. Two men found that out the hard way.
Apple has released iOS 10.0.2, offering various stability improvements and fixes, including what appears to be a fix for an issue affecting the controls on the iPhone 7's new Lightning EarPods.
Microsoft today updated its Authenticator app for iOS to version 4.1. The update finally adds support for push notifications from personal Microsoft accounts, also making it easier to add an account.