An anonymous reader shares an article: With just under half-a-million registered Apple developers in the country, India is among the most active markets when it comes to making apps for Apple's platforms, but the iPhone-maker took its time before getting involved with the local ecosystem in a meaningful way. Things started to change earlier this year, when Apple setup App Accelerator - a first-of-its-kind initiative, in namma Bengaluru, India earlier this year
When not using Apple’s built-in default option, Fantastical has long been my go to Calendar app on macOS. The app was just recently updated to version 2.4, a major feature upgrade encompassing things like attachment support, advanced undo/redo, travel time, and more.
The iPhone 8 isn't going to get built any faster unless manufacturers can make parts faster. Apple hopes that it can seed machines to suppliers up to speed.
NEWS ANALYSIS: A blogger's prediction that Apple plans to price the new iPhone 8 at nearly double the base price of current iPhones would place the new devices out of reach of most customers.
It appears Apple may be cracking down on some VPN-based ad blockers that are designed to block ads in third-party apps, based on a recent interaction iOS developer Tomasz Koperski had with Apple's App Store review team.
With all the news about Apple's latest handset, it seems like the firm may have bitten off more than it can chew. A new report states Apple has lost a supplier, forcing it to take drastic action. Read more...
This week’s Apple Loop includes the latest disappointing leaks of the new iPhone 8, Apple’s issues with wireless charging and Touch ID, the problems with selling the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus, OLED screens for 2018, editing Baby Driver on a MacBook Pro, memories of Intel Inside and Apple’s PowerPC.
Several rumors have pointed to Apple’s forthcoming iPhone 8 as switching over to an OLED screen, a first for the iPhone lineup. Some analysts, however, think that alone won’t cut it.
Apple recently bought ‘tens of millions’ of dollars worth of production equipment for the iPhone 8, according to tipsters, and it is leasing that equipment to its suppliers in an effort to make sure vital components are correctly made. This equipment is reportedly necessary for making a rigid flexible printed circuit board that connects the phone’s components with its various … Continue reading
Right now, technology analysts are falling over themselves to roll back overly optimistic sales predictions for the iPhone 8. Apple's share price has been hitting record highs thanks to hype that's building up around the iPhone 8, which has been regarded thus far as the biggest iPhone upgrade since the original.