After months of negotiations, Toshiba has decided to sell its memory chip unit to a global consortium that includes Bain Capital, SK Hynix, Dell, and Apple, reports Reuters.
The long wait is finally over as Apple rolls out its latest OS update, the iOS 11, for its iPhones and iPads. Although, several users have already upgraded their devices with either public beta update or developer's update yet a majority
Apple has now increased the limit of the size of apps that can be downloaded over cellular connection from 100MB to150MB.
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Apple's CEO Tim Cook has commented on the apparent steep price for the iPhone X, and explained that it’s actually cheap if you really think about it.
Tuesday, September 19, 2017, sees Apple roll out the latest update to its mobile operating system, three days after launching the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. The update brings users of compatible devices an updated Control Center with boosted functionality and customization options, as well as a host of other new features.
The App Store (above) gets a new layout, the Music app gets some tweaks, the iMessage app now makes it easier to get to the third-party app and yet, iOS 11 retains the familiarity aspect from the predecessors.
The difference between Apple's new iPhone models is a bit like flying first class compared with coach. We envy first class, but coach gets us there without breaking the budget.
After three-month-long negotiations, Japanese conglomerate Toshiba selected a global consortium led by US private equity
With the release of iOS 11 on Tuesday, Apple posted three new video tutorials related to the latest build of its mobile OS, and new features now found on the iPad and iPad Pro. The three "How-to" videos show you how to retouch a photo, how to copy and paste across devices, and how to magically convert handwritten notes to type and share them. Some of these tutorials suggest the use of third party paid apps, so be warned. The first video shows how you can erase someone in a photo with just a few taps on your iPad. You will need to install the Pixelmator app ($4.99) found in the App Store. ...