Apple's smart speaker secures FCC approval, which is usually a sure sign that a release is on the way.
Apple Inc. expects to create more than 20,000 new jobs through hiring at existing campuses and opening a new one that Cincinnati will bid for
While the numbers surrounding iOS 11 adoption haven't been as impressive as what we saw last year with iOS 10, Apple's next-gen mobile operating system continues to pick up steam with each passing week. According to updated data posted to Apple's developer page earlier today, 65% of all iOS devices are currently running an iteration of iOS 11. All in all, that's not too shabby for an OS that was released just four short months ago. At the same time, 28% of iPhones and iPads are running iOS 10 while 7% of iOS devices are running iOS 9 or something even older.
Apple Loop: Three New iPhones Revealed, Awkward Problems In iOS Update, More iPhone Battery Problems
This week’s Apple Loop includes new iPhones for 2018, a bigger iPhone X SE, Tim Cook breaking his silent on iPhone slowdowns and not to entirely convincing affect, trouble with iMessage and the moribund MacBook Pro.
With the Obama-era net neutrality rules on life support as Senate Democrats search for one more vote to potentially halt the repeal process, one mobile app is trying to hold carriers accountable for throttling certain services.
The release date for Apple’s much-anticipated HomePod speaker could be just around the corner, an FCC approval spotted by 9to5Mac suggests.
At a Catcher Technology Co. manufacturing complex in the Chinese industrial city of Suqian, about six hours’ drive from Shanghai, workers stand for up to 10 hours a day in hot workshops slicing and blasting iPhone casings for Apple, handling noxious chemicals sometimes without proper gloves or masks.
Apple has hired away somewhere between one third and half of the employees of an enterprise consulting startup called Silicon Valley Data Science
The iPhone X has not been one of Apple's best-selling iPhone models in recent years. In fact, Apple is not selling as many shipments as analysts have predicted. While a number of 20-30 million units was estimated for Q1, Ming-Chi Kuo has given a new estimated number of 18 million unit shipments.
As we detailed earlier today, reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo recently issued a new investor note claiming that Apple's 2018 lineup will feature two brand new versions of the iPhone X. Interestingly, one model is said to feature a 6.5-inch OLED display while the second will reportedly boast a 6.1-inch LCD display. Naturally, both devices will feature edge to edge displays and will utilize Face ID for user authentication as opposed to Touch ID.
Kevin Swint, a tech executive whose past roles include heading up the movie group at Apple iTunes, has joined Disney to lead the media company’s much-ballyhooed, Netflix-rivaling streaming service, Deadline has confirmed.