Galaxy S9 sales aren’t as good as Samsung had hoped, but a new report says Samsung is preparing a significant update for the Galaxy S10 next year, to celebrate the phone’s ten-year anniversary and to restore sales. To do all that, Samsung plans to swipe a page from Apple’s unwritten book of selling hundreds of millions of iPhones year in and year out. But it’ll also copy a new rival for a change, China’s biggest smartphone vendor.
Members of the Information Technology Industry Council plan to meet this Wednesday, June 27 in San Francisco to discuss "how to tackle growing questions and concerns about consumer privacy online."
With a light jab at Facebook, Apple News launches a 2018 midterm elections section that’ll “steer clear of rumor and propaganda”
“We won’t shy away from controversial topics, but our goal is to illuminate, not enrage,” read a note from Apple News editor-in-chief Lauren Kern announcing the platform’s dedicated 2018 midterms section. “And we’ll always steer clear of rumor and propaganda. These elections matter. Every vote matters. And now, more than ever, trustworthy, accurate information matters....
It's safe to buy a new MacBook laptop now that Apple has finally addressed the "butterfly" keyboard problems
Apple finally acknowledged last Friday that its "butterfly" keyboard has a problem, and the company "will service eligible MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards, free of charge," it said on a support webpage regarding the matter.
It's been heavily suggested by analysts, accessory leaks and supply chain rumors that Apple will release three new iPhones in 2018 - an iPhone X refresh, a flagship 6.5-inch iPhone and the entry-level 6.1-incher with an LCD. We've heard and seen the most of the last one and we now have another bit to add to it.
Apple is getting into the midterm elections. But only with the facts.
Apple made a big deal of the new switch design in the keyboard of its oh-so-thin MacBook when it introduced the laptop in March 2015. The company thought highly enough of the new switch to use it in its high-end MacBook Pro notebook line the following year. Those so-called butterfly switches have since gained a reputation for being just as delicate and fragile as their lepidopteran namesakes
Following a few years of anecdotal complaints, and no less than three lawsuits, Apple on Friday initiated a new worldwide service program offering free repairs of MacBook and MacBook models equipped with low-profile, butterfly mechanism keyboards, which have been a source of frustration for some customers.
The Information Technology Industry council, of which many of the largest tech companies in the world are members, is meeting this week to discuss growing concerns about privacy.
Apple is planning to launch over-the-ear headphones in 2019 - combining HomePod and AirPods technology in high-end cans. Read all about Apple's plans here:
Late last week, and seemingly out of the blue, Apple officially acknowledged that a “small percent” of MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards out there in the wild are prone to issues, and, as a result, the company launched a repair program for the problems. According to the company’s official landing page for the program, the company confirms that some owners may experience the following:; Continue reading →
Apple may finally be fixing one of the most annoying things about AirPods.