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2018

Apple accused of unsavory business practices in 'Memoji' trademark lawsuit

Thursday September 27, 2018

A lawsuit filed on Thursday alleges Apple snaked the Memoji trademark from an Android app of the same name through a series of questionable behind-the-scenes moves, one of which allegedly involved the creation of a single-purpose LLC.

Patent lawsuit takes aim at Apple's encrypted iMessage and FaceTime services, VPN technology

Thursday September 27, 2018

A lawsuit filed in federal court on Thursday alleges certain aspects of Apple products, including iMessage and FaceTime, infringe on multiple patents owned by Finnish holdings firm MPH Technologies, which attempted to license its IP to Apple in 2016.

Apple fixes Apple Watch rings issue with watchOS 5.0.1 update

Thursday September 27, 2018

Apple has released watchOS 5.0.1 to the public, with the minor update to the Apple Watch's operating system fixing a charging issue, as well as activity-related problems that hampered attempts by users to close their rings.

Apple issues first public beta of macOS 10.14.1 Mojave for testing

Thursday September 27, 2018

Apple has released its first public beta of macOS Mojave 10.14.1, arriving two days after the developer release, with the new trial continuing to appear as a small update for the operating system with minor changes, as opposed to more major feature alterations.

Hands on: Jaybird's latest Bluetooth sport headphones, the Tarah

Thursday September 27, 2018

While we were in the middle of testing the company's X4 headphones, Jaybird surprised us by announcing a new pair of Bluetooth sport headphones, the Tarah, shipping Oct. 9, so we thought we'd try them out.

How to use the hidden features in Apple's Pages for Mac

Thursday September 27, 2018

The stylishly simple and minimalist look of Pages hides a powerful writing tool -- and a page layout one too. AppleInsider has a word.

Apple updates Logic Pro X & MainStage with external Sound Libraries, more

Thursday September 27, 2018

Apple on Thursday issued rare updates to two of professional audio apps, Logic Pro X and MainStage, adding new features as well as smaller improvements.

New program offers free accidental death insurance to Apple Watch owners

Thursday September 27, 2018

Consumers who own an Apple Watch are being offered $1,000 of accidental death insurance coverage at no cost through a new program from popular health app Cardiogram and two major insurance providers.

Swift Playgrounds could help users build controllable robots in coding lessons

Thursday September 27, 2018

Apple hopes to teach people how to use code to control robots and devices, by coming up with a concept for a system like Swift Playgrounds that guides users through putting together a kit of components, before providing tutelage on how to create a program that can use the assembled hardware.

Apple wins FCC clearance for iPhone XR in time for Oct. 19 preorders

Thursday September 27, 2018

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission on Thursday granted its stamp of approval for the iPhone XR, which goes on sale in less than a month.

Today only: Save 15% on the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, Apple Watch Series 4, HomePod, Apple TV 4K & more at eBay

Thursday September 27, 2018

Just in, eBay is knocking 15% off already reduced prices for 10 hours only. With a high max discount of $100 off, it's a great time to snap up the lowest prices available on Apple's latest iPhone XS, XS Max, HomePod, the popular Apple TV 4K, iPads and more.

Supreme Court ruling on Apple App Store fee case not expected until mid-2019

Thursday September 27, 2018

Benjamin Schachter of Macquarie Research expects that the Supreme Court's verdict on a long-running suit over developer's fees in the App Store will be heard soon, but the ruling won't come down until early 2019, and any possible financial impact is at least a year away.

Review: Apple Watch Series 4 is the full realization of what a wearable can and should do

Thursday September 27, 2018

Apple takes unjustified heat for iterating on a product year after year. By not tossing out the whole platform and design, however, the company has created a game-changer with the Apple Watch Series 4.

Multiple arrests made in California Apple Store theft cases

Thursday September 27, 2018

Law enforcement officials in the California Bay Area have announced several arrests spanning the entire state, with all of the alleged perpetrators accused of being involved in the recent rash of brazen Apple Store thefts.

How to leave the macOS beta program now Mojave has been released

Thursday September 27, 2018

You signed up so you could get an early look at macOS Mojave but now the final version is available and you can't seem to get it. AppleInsider shows you how to get off the beta bandwagon.

A 'Maximum fine gold' custom iPhone XS Max will cost you over $15,000

Thursday September 27, 2018

Russian luxury accessory producer Caviar has introduced a luxury line of premium iPhone XS Max units that have been given an external upgrade using precious metals and diamonds, including one model that uses solid gold and sells for over $15,000.

Amazon's '4 Star' retail store opens in same neighborhood as SoHo Apple Store in New York City

Thursday September 27, 2018

Amazon's latest brick-and-mortar experiment is opening on Thursday in New York City around the corner from Apple's flagship SoHo retail store, and AppleInsider stopped by to take a look.

JP Morgan initiates coverage of AAPL with $272 target, lauds underrated services biz

Thursday September 27, 2018

Investment bank JP Morgan on Thursday initiated coverage on shares of Apple with an "Overweight" rating and $272 price target, saying it sees "considerable upside" for the company based on its leadership position in the smartphone market and the services it uses to amplify those revenues.

Apple's Device Enrollment Program vulnerable to attack over device serial authentication

Thursday September 27, 2018

Apple's Device Enrollment Program, used by businesses to provision iPhones and iPads with an internal device management server, is claimed to have a weakness in its authentication that could allow an attacker to learn internal information about an organization.

Australian teen receives 8 months probation for hacking Apple's corporate network

Wednesday September 26, 2018

An Australian teen who gained unauthorized access to Apple's corporate network has been sentenced to eight months probation for his crimes, which included the collection of about one terabyte of sensitive data gleaned from company servers.