Just two days ago, iOS 11 was facing an auto-correction bug that caused a lot of trouble for the users. Immediately taking note of it, Apple released its update with the bug fix. The iOS 11 update was released back in September and came in with many bugs. The update contained a bug in the Read More
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Apple has now announced the global expansion of its "Everyone Can Code" program to more than 20 colleges and universities outside of the US. With the launch of this initiative, schools and colleges will now offer " App Development with Swift
Apple fans looking to consolidate all their e-mails in one place will be pleased to hear that Google plans to soon open up the official Gmail iOS app to external e-mail service providers such as Yahoo.
According to the new report by research firm Counterpoint, US smartphone shipments remained flat during the third quarter of 2017. The quarter witnessed a highly competitive environment among carriers and OEMs in the prepaid segment. "There were a few reasons
Apple's iPhone X, the company's 2017 flagship device, might be its most advanced yet, but it seems that it is also the one plagued by the most issues.
A limited but increasing number of iPhone X users have reported about the green line appearing on the smartphone's display.
From the moment Apple chief executive Tim Cook introduced the iPhone X in September, until my testing of the device, I, like many others, was certain that the most cutting edge feature on the most anticipated tech product of the past few years was its edge-to-edge OLED display.
Apple’s market capitalization could reach $1 trillion As Apple is getting closer to the trillion figure, the tech giant could soon become the world’s only $1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) company. At the end of a day of trading on Wednesday, Apple’s stock closed at $175.88, making its current valuation above $900 billion. However, to reach the
The $252 billion in offshore cash that Apple allegedly holds, as Paradise Papers point out, can help one score multiple iPhone Xs, Bugatti Veyrons, Lockheed Martins and more.
Apple in the Tim Cook era has been a big disappointment. Instead of the visionary leadership of Steve Jobs, which mattered so much because it translated directly into specific discipline around executing on core product promises, Cook has allowed Apple to go strangely slack and muddy its message. Cook’s is the Apple of questionable forays