Apple will reportedly host a launch event next month at which it will unveil its overhauled range of iPad tablets, along with a new red iPhone 7 and 7 Plus color option, and a 128GB iPhone SE.
According to Calcalist, Apple has acquired Israeli facial recognition firm RealFace for an as of yet unclear amount of money. This is the fourth acquisition Apple has made in the country.
Apple has reportedly partnered with Broadcom to work on a customized wireless charging solution for an upcoming iPhone, but rumors have it that it may be delayed until next year's iPhone.
From Nokia nostalgia and gaming galore, to Patch Tuesday problems, mobile unlimited, Brexit price hikes, Android updates, and the Pocket PC, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
In a new ad series launched on its YouTube channel, Apple is using tweets from users expressing their gripes with a PC and offers the iPad Pro as a worthy alternative.
If you've got one of the new MacBook Pro devices that were launched last year, Microsoft has finally updated Office for Mac in the Production ring to support the Touch Bar feature.
According to a new report that's surprising to exactly no one, the next Apple TV will support 4K resolutions. It will also bring "more vivid colors", which likely means support for high dynamic range.
Apple has announced that its Worldwide Developer Conference will be held in San Jose, rather than San Francisco, this year. It will run from June 5-9, and registration will open next month.
Gartner's final statistics for 2016 are in, and they spell doom for Microsoft's and Blackberry's mobile efforts. Meanwhile, Apple dethroned Samsung to become top selling vendor during the holidays.
According to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the upcoming iPhone 8 may replace the home button with what is being referred to as the "function area." The new feature may operate like the Touch Bar.
Microsoft today updated its Authenticator beta app on iOS to version 5.1, bringing the ability to edit accounts, as well as re-order them. The new feature is already available on Windows and Android.
Apple will once again come out against a "right to repair" law being considered in Nebraska that would give users access to parts and repair manuals for the company's products.
'Planet of the Apps' is Apple's first attempt at creating an original TV show. It will be a launch pad for new ideas with a $10 million investment at stake and the first trailer was released today.
Apple recently joined the Wireless Power Consortium, governing the Qi wireless charging standard found on most smartphones, further fueling the rumours that the iPhone 8 too may include it.
Apple and Samsung Display were rumored to have signed a deal for 100 million OLED display panels last year. Now, Apple is reportedly hungry for more, and wants an additional 60 million panels.
According to the news site Fast Company, a source with “knowledge of Apple's plans” has stated that a version of next iPhone is expected to cost more than one thousand dollars.
Apple has hired the former director of Amazon's Fire TV division to take charge of marketing the Apple TV. The decision hopes to restore the device's popularity after suffering declining annual sales.
The latest data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows considerable smartphone sales market share gains for iOS in several parts of the world, as Android share rose to around 90% in certain markets.
After releasing a new macOS 10.12.4 Sierra beta to developers this morning, Apple is seeding yesterday's iOS 10.3 beta to Public Beta testers, fixing some known issues in the OS.
Microsoft today released a new Insider Preview build of Office for Mac, adding Touch Bar support for the new MacBook Pro. There were no other front-facing features listed in the changelog.
Apple today released the second Developer Beta build of macOS 10.12.4 Sierra. The news comes a day after the company released new builds of iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2, and tvOS 10.2.
After months of delays, Apple's BeatsX wireless earbuds will finally be available beginning on February 10. They include the company's new W1 processor, which also powers AirPods.
Apple is releasing a major update to its Classroom app, which was originally released alongside iOS 9.3. The new app saw its first developer beta build released today, alongside iOS 10.3 and more.
Apple today seeded its second round of Developer Beta builds for iOS 10.3, watchOS 3.2, and tvOS 10.2, fixing some known issues from the previous ones. Missing from the list is macOS 10.12.4 Sierra.
A large number of technology companies have come out in support of immigrants, which enrich the economy and the society they reside in, according to the companies' brief filed with the courts.
According to numbers by Strategy Analytics, the tablet market went down 9% with vendors such as Apple, Samsung witnessing double digit declines in FY16. Windows tablets, on the other hand, grew 19%.
Cellebrite, whose name is attached to the FBI for their assistance with unlocking an iPhone, experienced a data breach recently and it appears that some of that data might be finding its way online.
Microsoft announced today that it's releasing an update to Skype, and at the same time, the company said that some older versions of the service will stop working on March 1, 2017.
Apple has plans to start producing iPhones in southern India. According to an IT minister, Apple would be able to sell directly to India's customers and improve on its current 2% market share.
Microsoft today announced that Add-ins are coming to the Outlook mobile apps, starting with iOS, with Android support coming soon. There's still no word on whether the Windows 10 app will get them.
According to the latest data from NetMarketShare, Windows 10 is now installed on more than 25% of all machines, which is a healthy 214% YoY increase. Windows XP, however, refuses to die.
Google has announced that the code for the WebKit-powered Chrome browser on iOS is finally released to the Chromium open-source project for the community to develop and expand.
Those running the first beta of iOS 10.3 will notice a new warning when launching a 32-bit app, which says that these types of programs will no longer run on "future versions of iOS".
The North Carolina Bar Examination website has posted a bulletin saying that it will require those taking the exam next month to disable the Touch Bar if they are going to use a new MacBook Pro.
After the feature showed up in beta versions of the app a few weeks ago, phone sign-in is now generally available on iOS and Android, although there's no word on Windows 10 Mobile.
Microsoft is going to be allowing iOS users to beta test versions of its Cortana voice assistant before they roll out to the general public. A survey is available now where users can apply.
After seeding new betas for iOS, macOS, and tvOS last week, Apple has now released the first Developer Beta build of watchOS 3.2, which includes Theater Mode, as well as SiriKit.
From Surface sans Pen, and Vivaldi on Edge, to Holo sales, Nougat issues, HP's recall, HTC's smartwatch saga, and ZTE's crowdfunding cock-up, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Apple has joined the Partnership on AI. In joining, Apple got a place on the Board of Trustees. The Partnership aims to make AI benefit people and society by formulating best practices on AI.
After releasing the first Developer Beta builds two days ago, Apple is now releasing iOS 10.3 and macOS 10.12.4 Sierra to Public Beta testers. The minor updates contain a few new features.
After alleging Qualcomm of patent abuse and suing the company in the US, Apple has now filed a lawsuit against the chipmaker in China for abusing its nearly monopolistic position.
Although Apple didn't release a beta for the operating system today, the company did post a page listing what will be coming in watchOS 3.2, and it includes a new Theater Mode and SiriKit.
After announcing the Office Insider Program for iPhone and iPad two weeks ago, Microsoft has finally introduced the first Fast ring build, which has some new features and known issues.
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 today released a new round of betas, bringing minor updates to three of its operating systems. Today's new builds include iOS 10.3, macOS 10.12.4 Sierra, and tvOS 10.2 Developer Beta 1.
Two weeks after the delayed launch of its AirPods, owners reported battery draining issues with their charging case. Now, some owners say that the AirPods are losing their connection during calls.
After over a month in beta, Apple is now offering the public releases of iOS 10.2.1, macOS 10.12.3 Sierra, watchOS 3.1.3, and tvOS 10.1.1. These are all made for bug fixes and stability improvements.
From Qualcomm's quagmire and Nokia's next chapter, to BT BS, Creators insights, 2G takedown, Valerie goes to China, and a 'bad day' at T-Mobile, it's our handy walkthrough of the week's top tech news.
Earlier this week, the FTC sued Qualcomm over anti-competitive business practices and it looks like Apple is following with a suit of its own. Apple claims that the company owes it $1 billion.
Whatever the next iPhone ends up being called, a rumor that just won't die has popped up again, this time seemingly with backing from the companies that will supply parts for its wireless charging.