For most Apple users, the hands-down best note-taking app is Apple Notes. Since iOS 9, Apple Notes has truly become a great note-taking system. iCloud sync is finally reliable, the app is easy to use, and it integrates with everything from Siri to the Apple Pencil. However, it’s a stock Apple app, with the expected limitations. You’ll find all the basic functionalities like checklists, shared notes, and formatting, but nothing more
Earlier in the week, the US Department of Commerce banned American companies from selling hardware and software to Chinese firm ZTE. The company is understandably unhappy with the US move, and has issued a statement to express its disgust. The US ban was implemented for -- the US says -- a violation of previous sanctions. ZTE says these allegations are simply not true, and has lashed out at the 'unfair' and 'unacceptable' action. See also: US and UK blacklist China's ZTE Weibo reverses homosexuality policy in China: 'We're no longer targeting gay content' Apple to store iCloud keys in China,…
Over the past year or so, Apple’s spent a lot of time talking up its Services division—which includes not only Apple Music, but also the likes of iCloud, the iTunes Store, and Apple Pay—and for good reason. Analysts have been paying a lot of attention to Apple’s Services, not least of all because it’s shown solid growth, even at times when other segments of Apple’s financial results have been more lackluster.
Two-factor authentication (2FA) is highly recommend with your Apple ID, especially for iCloud or iTunes and App Store purchases, there’s one drawback: you need access to a second factor, or you might wind up losing everything associated with your account.
Apple now has a customer base of more than 250 million paid subscriptions across its Services offerings of Apple Music, iCloud and App Store continuing payments. Viewed against Amazon's recent announcement of 100 million Prime members, that figure is ...
Right now, there are several ways to manage PDFs: iBooks, iCloud Drive, and Apple Notes.
Apple plans to launch a subscription-based news platform integrated with digital magazine service Texture
The upcoming news service will join Apple's existing subscription-based services that include iCloud storage and Apple Music.
Yesterday Apple has seeded the second iOS 11.4 and tvOS 11.4 public beta. The iOS 11.4 comes with both AirPlay 2 and Messages on iCloud for testing. On the other tvOS 11.4 can be used for AirPlay 2 testing. This
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has set a lofty target of growing its services business to about $50 billion by 2020. That effort will in part be driven by growing paid subscriptions, with Apple Music and iCloud storage being the company's most prominent first-party services at the moment. The Mac maker is now up to 40 million paid Music subscribers, which at $10 per month per subscriber would translate into a $4.8 billion business, before considering discounts like family plans, annual subscriptions, or subscriber growth going forward.
Following yesterday’s developer betas, Apple has seeded the second iOS 11.4 and tvOS 11.4 public betas. iOS 11.4 includes both AirPlay 2 and Messages on iCloud for testing, and tvOS 11.4 can be used for AirPlay 2 testing.