Ahead of a public beta launch, Apple has released new developer betas for iOS 11.1 and watch OS 4.1. iOS 11.1 beta 15B92 and watchOS 4.1 beta 15R846 come just days after the third beta version were released, and only a month after iOS 11 itself was launched. Both are really bug-fixing releases, but iOS does see the return of a feature from an earlier beta. See also: Apple responds to iPhone X Face ID privacy concerns but dodges law enforcement request query Apple releases 'new' version of iTunes that includes the App Store Debunked: Apple slows down older iPhones…
Vivo sets eyes on fresh markets as smartphone sales in China grew by a modest three percent in the April-June quarter.
A Japanese software company is suing Apple in a US court over the trademark for the term “animoji”, alleging the US technology company stole the name to use on a feature of...
We are less than a few weeks until Apple finally launches the much-anticipated iPhone X. The Cupertino company will open pre-orders on October 27 and start shipping the smartphone on November 3. Unfortunately, it will be very hard to get a hand on one due to limited availability.
The TrueDepth camera in iPhone X brings emoji to life in a fun new way with Animoji
With a special carrier update, Apple and AT&T are working to bring Band 8 LTE to Puerto Rican iPhone users so they can get service back faster.
Tokyo based Emonster has sued Apple over the use of the term 'Animoji' unveiled by Apple as a feature for iPhone X according to a report by Reuters.
'They decided to take the name and pretend to the world that ‘Animoji’ was original to Apple'
The iPhone X will go on sale on November 3, with pricing to start at $999 and go all the way up to $1,149 for the most expensive model.
Two weeks from today Apple NASDAQ AAPL will officially launch its all important iPhone X flagship handset with pre orders starting in one week Thanks to a seemingly never ending string of reports around production delays and component bottlenecks investors and consumers
Delta Air Lines is informing staff that it’s going to be replacing Microsoft’s devices, including here Windows phones and Surface tablets, with Apple products because of an obvious reason.
Apple Enables LTE Band 8 for Improved Connections to Cellular Towers and Google Loon Balloons in Puerto Rico
Apple has released a carrier settings update that enables LTE Band 8 on the iPhone for improved connections to AT&T cellular towers and Google Loon Balloons in Puerto Rico. Following the devastation of Hurricane Maria, much of the country is still without power and cellular service. Thus far, AT&T has got about 60% of the country connected again. To help restore service faster, AT&T, the FCC, and Apple are enabling connections via LTE Band 8, a provisional band of LTE that has been recently approved, but not activated or licensed in the US and Puerto Rico