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2018

Apple releases macOS Mojave with Dark Mode, Stacks, eGPU improvements, and more

Monday September 24, 2018

Apple's latest Mac operating system has exited beta testing and is available for all users to download now. AppleInsider delves into what it gives us and whether you should update right now.

MetroPCS rebrands to 'Metro by T-Mobile,' gains two new unlimited data plans

Monday September 24, 2018

On Monday prepaid carrier MetroPCS switched its name to "Metro by T-Mobile," reflecting its ownership and host network, while simultaneously announcing two new unlimited data plans.

Giveaway: Enter to win an iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max case bundle from Speck

Monday September 24, 2018

AppleInsider is partnering with Speck this week to offer readers the chance to win a bundle of cases for Apple's iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max. Four winners will each receive a total of three cases. Enter today for your chance to win!

Apple's versus VirnetX patent infringement case payment balloons to $595.9M

Monday September 24, 2018

Apple will be paying ViretX more than the $502.6 million ordered by a federal judge in late August, with an agreement between the two companies over costs incurred by VirnetX in the patent infringement lawsuit bringing the final total up to $595.9 million.

Apple completes deal for music identification service Shazam

Monday September 24, 2018

While Apple's full plans for Shazam aren't entirely clear, the company announced on Monday that the deal for the music identification service is complete, and the app will go advertising-free soon.

iPhone XS Max dramatically outselling iPhone XS, Apple Watch Series 4 sales exceeding all expectations

Monday September 24, 2018

Noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has weighed in on early sales of Apple's new products, and is seeing massive demand for the iPhone XS Max over the iPhone XS, with Apple Watch Series 4 demand so high that supply constraints may extend unless Apple brings on more assemblers.

Apple's Tim Cook peppers Twitter with shared photos shot on iPhone XS

Monday September 24, 2018

As part of a weekend blitz to help promote the launch of the iPhone XS, Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter to share images shot by three different photographers.

iPhone XS and XS Max sales are 'weak' says historically bearish Apple analyst

Monday September 24, 2018

Rosenblatt Securities' Jun Zhang, who was perhaps the leading skeptic of the iPhone X and stuck with that bearish outlook even as it was clear the 2017 phone was a hit, weighs in again on iPhone XS and XS Max, with the same take.

Apple Watch Series 4 teardown shows slight battery increase, svelte new components

Monday September 24, 2018

Although similar to the Series 3 on the surface apart from its larger screen and EKG technology, the Series 4 Watch shows some serious efforts at interior redesign, an early teardown of the device reveals.

Apple partners with Salesforce to increase iOS integration in business

Monday September 24, 2018

Apple is working with Salesforce to improve how the customer relationship management platform works on iOS, including new features for the main Salesforce app and the introduction of tools for developers to build native iOS apps that use Salesforce's service.

Storage increases in iPhone XS offers high profits to Apple with minimal production cost

Monday September 24, 2018

The iPhone XS and XS Max stand to offer Apple considerable profits just from memory upgrade alone, with Bloomberg attacking the iPhone's relatively high price to increase its storage capacity compared to how much the components used actually cost.

Sirius XM to acquire Pandora for $3.5 billion

Monday September 24, 2018

An all-stock transaction, set to close in early 2019, would create what Sirius calls the "world's largest audio entertainment company."

Apple testimony to Senate committee will include support for federal privacy regulations

Monday September 24, 2018

Apple will advise to the Senate it supports federal regulations relating to privacy, a report ahead of the September 26 hearing claims, with the iPhone producer expected to testify to lawmakers how its personal data policies differ from other tech giants.

Latest California Apple store robbery caught on video

Sunday September 23, 2018

In the first major Apple store theft since the arrival of the new iPhones, several individuals carried out a robbery in Santa Rosa, and one suspect was caught.

PSA: Apple Watch Series 4's fall detection is off by default for most people

Sunday September 23, 2018

If you're a new Series 4 owner and you've been trying without luck to test its fall detection feature, there may be a good reason -- it's probably turned off.

How iCloud helped convict Paul Manafort

Sunday September 23, 2018

The former Trump campaign manager has reached a deal to plead guilty to federal charges, cooperate and avoid a second trial. How the longtime political fixer's misuse of Apple products and services, and poor operational security, helped bring about his downfall.

Apple Watch Series 4 has 10 features that set it apart from your older model

Sunday September 23, 2018

Apple Watch Series 4 marks the the first redesign to Apple's popular wearable. AppleInsider walks through the top ten features that make it worth a purchase for users new and old.

Construction delays leave Apple's iconic London Battersea offices in doubt

Saturday September 22, 2018

Having planned to move 1,400 staff and create a London Campus, Apple is reportedly looking for alternatives after the building project has fallen behind schedule.

Apple and Verizon pointing fingers at each other about iPhone XS activation failures

Saturday September 22, 2018

New owners of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are struggling to get the mobile devices to connect to Verizon Wireless, with the carrier allegedly having issues activating the devices for some customers on its network.

Apple sticking to family-friendly video efforts to avoid offense from viewers

Saturday September 22, 2018

Apple's original content efforts for its long-rumored video streaming project will consist of programming without excessive violence, sex, or political elements, a new report claims, under the belief that the company stands to lose more from users being offended and not buying Apple devices as a result of what they view.