The launch of the iPhone X has made iOS Australia’s preferred mobile platform again, with 56.2% of the smartphone market.
Digital magazine service Texture, which has been acquired by Apple, provides articles from over 200 magazines on iOS and Android.
AliveCor’s KardiaBand is a watchband designed for the Apple Watch that can read the electrical activity of the heart and produce an electrocardiogram (EKG). The software can then detect irregular heart patterns, particularly atrial fibrillation, more commonly known as AFib.
When Apple launched the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, they made an interesting decision to kill the 3.5mm port. Whether or not this was a correct move is still up for debate, but regardless this has also resulted in an unfortunate spike in the need for dongles for users with headphones that still use the 3.5mm plug.
A couple of years ago, AliveCor launched the KardiaBand which is a strap for the Apple Watch that helps detect abnormal heart rhythms and can also predict strokes. However it appears that the KardiaBand can be used for more than just that because according to the company, they discovered that the KardiaBand can also be used to detect potassium levels.
Apple said Eddy Cue, senior VC of internet software and services, disclosed the most recent subscriber number for Apple Music at SXSW in Austin, Texas.
Apple is acquiring 'magazine virtual newsstand' Texture to provide content from 'trusted news sources'
Apple is buying digital magazine subscription service Texture which will add to the side of its business aimed at making money from online content or services.
iPhone is usually the first example that comes up whenever someone talks about encrypted smartphones and the law enforcement’s inability to crack that encryption. That’s because years ago, Apple made privacy and security two core features of its ...