A new set of iPhone predictions is out from TrendForce, a market research firm focusing on computer components like DRAM and NAND Flash.
The Apple Watch already contains optical sensing capabilities for detecting heart rate. Apple has been increasingly interested in the health care market in general. Apple AAPL has a team exploring a c...
Apple borders 'on abusing the system'
A security researcher revisited an old bug of his that Apple had patched, made a blunder - and found the old bug was still there after all.
It's been three years since Apple killed off the 11-inch MacBook Air. That move left Apple laptops starting at a wallet-unfriendly price of £949. But it looks like Apple is planning to make something that, if not cheap exactly, is a little more ...
Apple is working on a dedicated custom health chip that would help it process biometric data from its suite of devices, according to job listings unearthed by CNBC today. The company currently designs custom chips for its iPhone and is rumored to switch to custom processors for its Mac line of computers as early as 2020. Currently, the Apple Watch is powered by the custom S3 chip.
Fast-food chain McDonald's has replaced its iconic restaurant in Chicago with a building by Ross Barney Architects that is "unlike any in the company's portfolio". Read more
New iPhone rumors suggest that Apple Pencil support is on its way. Group FaceTime won’t be available when iOS 12 and macOS Mojave are released this fall. We also feature your comments and questions for Jason Cross, Leif Johnson, Roman Loyola, and Dan Masaoka in the Macworld Podcast, episode 617.
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I don’t know if people still play HQ Trivia (or if anyone has struck gold playing), but there’s a clever new way to compete if so: HQ Trivia for Apple TV. The live trivia game show made its debut on iPhone and iPad around this time last year, but there’s certainly less buzz around the app now. HQ Trivia hopes a new presence in the living room will change that, and frankly it’s not a bad idea.
Few internet flame wars have raged as long as the one that iOS and Android users have been waging since the two mobile operating systems were introduced. Of course, both platforms have their strengths and weaknesses, and while Google will never solve its fragmentation problem, Apple will never allow iOS to be as open as Android. These are two of the most obvious differences between the platforms, but there are more subtle differences as well.
Samsung’s latest Galaxy Note 9 marketing campaign bags on Apple store employees, portraying them as bumbling fools blindly pushing iPhones. ZDNET decided to put that to the test. Spoiler alert: they aren’t. My take is that the employee in the ads is a proxy for Apple customers and Samsung is saying you’re stupid for buying an iPhone. They do more to bolster people who are already Samsung customers, and if all your ad campaign does is slam the competition what does that really say about your product?