There have long been whispers that Apple is planning to launch a streaming service. Those plans just got a little clearer.
Apple design chief Jony Ive isn’t going anywhere. The man behind Apple’s product, packaging and retail design since 1996 told Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour that he’s as passionate as ever about his work and he’s staying put. The “energy and vitality” at Apple is “extraordinary” and “very exciting,” Ive said at the Wired25 conference in...
If you were holding out hope that next year's iPhone lineup might differ drastically from the models introduced this year, you might end up being disappointed. In a note to investors on Monday morning, Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo included a chart that seems to suggest Apple will stick with the same three sizes in 2019.
With the iPhone X from 2017 representing Apple’s official shift into producing OLED iPhones, some are wondering when Apple is expected to make a full transition. Last year we saw two LCD models and one OLED model, and this year gave us two OLED models and one LCD model, so what does that mean for 2019?
Apple had previously conducted a clinical study with the Apple Watch on how it might be able to better detect and analyze the wearer’s heart rate. We had also heard that they are planning on donating Apple Watches to a study on binge eating, and it looks like Apple is nowhere close to slowing down.
See how Apple's new 2018 iPhones compare spec-by-spec with last year's iPhone X.
Like it or not, subscriptions appear to be the wave of the future, and Apple isn't keen on getting left behind. Just a few years ago, for example, Apple realized that the iTunes business model it introduced more than a decade earlier was becoming antiquated. In turn, Apple in 2014 acquired Beats and subsequently rolled out Apple Music -- a Spotify competitor -- just one year later. Though Apple Music launched with a number of frustrating bugs and UI issues, Apple's music streaming service currently boasts more U.S. based subscribers than Spotify -- an impressive feat to say the least.
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Apple's chief design offer Jony Ive says "it would be bizarre" for Apple not to be secretive. The British-born exec spoke at a conference about why the Cupertino, California tech giant jealously guards its secrets.
Apple design guru Jony Ive explains why Apple is so secretive: 'It would be bizarre not to be' (AAPL)
Apple is famously, insanely secretive — and according to its head design guru, that's because it'd be weird not to be.
Apple’s most egregious crime in recent memory — a subpar bagel emoji — has been rectified, as first spotted by Jeremy Burge of Emojipedia. In the fourth beta release of iOS 12.1, it appears that the bagel has been replaced with a new icon that features both cream cheese and a doughier consistency more reminiscent of a fresh, hand-rolled bagel and not the frozen and machine-cut grocery store variety it was accused of emulating in its original form.
Musculoskeletal healthcare company Zimmer Biomet has teamed with Apple to use the Apple Watch and iPhone as part of a clinical study. The work involves a new app called mymobility, which enables hip and knee replacement patients to directly connect with their healthcare professionals. The study aims to determine the app and devices’ effectiveness on cost and outcomes for these … Continue reading