Ngo Tuan Anh, vice president of Vietnamese cybersecurity firm Bkav, demonstrated how he apparently fooled Apple Inc's face recognition ID software on its new iPhone X using a mask made with a 3D printer, silicone and paper tape.
Apple’s love for augmented reality (AR) is not a secret, especially with the company launching its ARKit platform to help bolster the technology on its devices.
Apple’s stock extended its pullback from a record close after Foxconn, an assembler of iPhones in China, reported a bigger-than-expected drop in third-quarter profit.
Nikkei is out today with a new report that one of Apple’s assemblers expects a “significant AR device” to launch by 2019. Similar to the news last week from another Apple supplier, today’s report doesn’t specifically name Apple, but expectations are starting to build for the company and a future AR device release even though Tim Cook has recently said “but today I can tell you the technology itself doesn’t exist to do that in a quality way.”
The change doesn't do much to address the security risk, but at least it actually tells you about it now.
Apple announced its new chipset A11 Bionic in September along with the iPhone X and iPhone 8 duo. The company usually manufactures an X version of its latest chipset for new iPads, so in the spring we should expect the A11X.
Apple’s new iPhone X is the hottest phone Apple has every made. Of that, there is no question. It’s also the most fragile iPhone ever though, as drop test after drop test have proven over the past week and a half. You cannot, we repeat cannot, use the iPhone X without a case. Our favorite all-around case is the PITAKA Magcase and our favorite leather case is the Mujjo Wallet Case, but both of those are premium options. If you’re looking for a lower-cost iPhone X case that still provides good protection and a stylish look, check out the five best-selling cases on Amazon.
Not since Apple ditched the headphone jack has a Cupertino design decision been so controversial as the iPhone X’s notch. The unusually-shaped OLED screen on the flagship smartphone is still dividing opinion, months after we saw it for the first time. After living with the iPhone X for a few weeks, however, I’ve been swayed over to #TeamNotch for a … Continue reading
This week, Apple retakes top global wearables spot with the third generation Apple Watch, while Poshmark partners with Amazon for a voice-enabled styling engine.
One model, the Diet iPhone, will only set you back $9.99 and is made entirely of recycled plastic spoons. LMAO jk.
Do you want a smartwatch that works with your iPhone, but aren’t ready to give up on the classic stylings of an analog timepiece in favor of an Apple Watch? If so, you may be interested to hear about New York Standard Watch’s (NYSW) newly launched series of semi-smart watches, blending classic design with digital