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2018

Horace Dediu's first Apple Summit in LA on June 14, 2018 is a WWDC for Apple investors

Wednesday June 06, 2018

Next week on June 14, rockstar analyst Horace Dediu of Asymco and the Technorati will be presenting "The Goose That Lays The Golden Eggs," a first of its kind investor summit discussing the fundamentals of Apple as a business and its recurring revenue model.

Hands on with Dark Mode in MacOS Mojave

Wednesday June 06, 2018

At least one long-awaited feature has made its way to the Mac at WWDC this year -- Dark Mode. AppleInsider goes hands-on with the new system-wide UI in macOS Mojave.

Zero Sign On a first step towards Apple TVs replacing crappy cable boxes

Wednesday June 06, 2018

At the WWDC keynote Monday, Apple announced its first-ever deal with a U.S. cable provider to make Apple TV function as a cable box replacement. But, whether that can happen universally is another matter.

Working Apple I hits charity auction with $70,000 opening bid

Wednesday June 06, 2018

A rare example of a functioning Apple I is now being sold in a charity auction, with bidding starting at $70,000 and likely to escalate from there.

Apple strips Facebook & Twitter integration from macOS Mojave

Wednesday June 06, 2018

Continuing a policy that began with iOS 11, Apple has apparently stripped out integration of third-party accounts in macOS Mojave beyond email and calendar services.

Today only: Save 20% on HomePods, Apple TV 4Ks, iPads, Beats headphones and more at eBay

Wednesday June 06, 2018

Today only, save 20% on top of already reduced prices on nearly everything at eBay (up to $100 off) with coupon. This offer is valid on Apple's HomePod, the Apple TV 4K, MacBook Pros, iPads and more. Offer ends at 7 p.m. Pacific tonight.

Free trials of games & other apps coming to the App Store

Wednesday June 06, 2018

Granting a long-standing wish from developers, Apple this week updated its App Store guidelines to allow free trials for all apps, rather than just those based on subscriptions.

Inside Apple's move to ramp up security & privacy in iOS 12 & macOS Mojave

Wednesday June 06, 2018

Apple used the Platforms State of the Union presentation to detail the privacy and security enhancements it will be including in macOS 10.14 and iOS 12, protecting even more types of user data and making it safer for users to download macOS apps away from the Mac App Store.

Apple pulls first watchOS 5 beta seed amid reports of installation issues

Wednesday June 06, 2018

Apple late Tuesday halted downloads of the first watchOS 5 beta seed, saying the software will be temporarily unavailable as it investigates an unspecified issue that may occur during the update process.

Cellular Apple Watch Series 3 available in Brazil, Mexico, South Korea and UAE next week

Wednesday June 06, 2018

Continuing a months-long Apple Watch Series 3 rollout that began last year, Apple this week announced plans to deliver cellular-capable versions of the device to four additional countries in mid-June.

Apple's iOS 12 prevents accidental screenshots on iPhone X

Wednesday June 06, 2018

Apple's iPhone X screenshot mechanic -- a simultaneous press of the side and volume up buttons -- is for some too easily triggered when turning the device on, resulting in multiple inadvertent screenshots per day. It seems the company has addressed the problem with the release of iOS 12.

Hands on: Screen Time in iOS 12 helps build healthy device habits

Tuesday June 05, 2018

In efforts to curb tech addiction, Apple is introducing a new feature in iOS 12 that provides users an in-depth look at usage statistics and offers tools to manage onscreen time. We take a first look at the digital health solution, aptly called Screen Time, as it stands in Apple's first iOS 12 developer beta.

How to make and use personalized Memoji on iPhone X in iOS 12

Tuesday June 05, 2018

In iOS 12, iPhone X users will be able create their own customized Memoji character right in the Messages app. Choose from hundreds of different design combinations to create any number of different characters to use in iMessage conversations, or even FaceTime calls.

Apple brings Live Listen accessibility feature to AirPods in iOS 12

Tuesday June 05, 2018

Apple intends to deliver its Live Listen accessibility function, currently used to stream live audio from iPhone's microphone to compatible hearing aids, to AirPods wireless headphones with the launch of iOS 12 later this year.

iTunes hosts over 550,000 active podcasts, surpasses 50 billion episode downloads

Tuesday June 05, 2018

iTunes now has over 550,000 active podcasts, with 18.5 million individual episodes available, Apple announced on Tuesday.

Apple launches another kind of Bootcamp at WWDC, and it's a HIIT

Tuesday June 05, 2018

When you picture a developer tech conference, you probably don't expect to see people working out on yoga mats to pounding tracks from a DJ. But at Worldwide Developer Conference, Apple is putting a spotlight on fitness, something that's driving not just Apple Watch and initiatives like HealthKit, but also the company's research related to improving healthcare and enhancing how we use personal tech devices.

MusicKit update gives developers power to deliver Apple Music-powered Web experiences

Tuesday June 05, 2018

Confirming a pre-WWDC leak, Apple has unveiled "MusicKit on the Web," letting developers embed long-playing Apple Music experiences into their websites.

iPhone X Face ID misfires resolved with a simple swipe in iOS 12

Tuesday June 05, 2018

Reattempting to unlock an iPhone X with Face ID is now even easier to start in the first beta of iOS 12 provided to developers, with users now able to try again straight away after a failure with a single swipe of the smartphone's display.

MacOS Mojave: Everything you need to know

Tuesday June 05, 2018

Apple has announced macOS 10.14 Mojave, the Mac maker's new operating system that will ship out to users this fall -- and here's everything you need to know about it.

Hands on: Controlling your smart home with HomeKit on macOS Mojave

Tuesday June 05, 2018

After being on iOS for years, HomeKit and the Home app have made their way to the Mac. In macOS Mojave, you can finally control your smart home right from your Mac.