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2018

Self-driving cars and 'Project Titan' still a big focus at Apple, according to patent filings

Thursday March 22, 2018

The latest Apple patent applications published by the US Patent and Trademark Office feature a number of filings relating to its self driving car efforts, including gesture recognition for both passengers inside the vehicle and for pedestrians diverting traffic on the road.

Newest Apple Pay promo offers free deliveries from Eat24, Grubhub & Seamless

Thursday March 22, 2018

In its continuing bid to hammer home Apple Pay adoption, Apple has partnered with Eat24, Grubhub, and Seamless to offer free food deliveries for people using the platform.

Apple iBooks revamp could include 'Today' tab to enhance discovery

Thursday March 22, 2018

Apple is reportedly recruiting an editorial team for its upcoming iBooks reboot, possibly with the idea of creating an App Store-style "Today" tab.

iPhone 7 Plus Intel or Qualcomm modems at crux of small claims court victory over Apple

Thursday March 22, 2018

Mark Hanusz paid over $1,000 for an unlocked iPhone that would work with "any carrier" in 2016, only to find it didn't work with Verizon in 2018 -- and sued Apple over it.

Fall 2018 iPhone lineup production expected to begin in June quarter

Thursday March 22, 2018

Apple could begin trial production of its 2018 iPhones as soon as next quarter, seeking to avoid the production problems with TrueDepth cameras thought to have pushed the iPhone X's launch into last November, a report claimed on Thursday.

Apple to open 'several' new Japanese stores in 5 years, remodel existing locations

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Apple retail chief Angela Ahrendts this week said the company plans a major Japanese investment that will see the opening of new retail outlets and an extensive renovation of existing locations over the next five years.

Apple Maps Transit directions go live in Albuquerque, NM

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Apple on Wednesday continued its rollout of public transit data with an activation of services in Albuquerque, N.M., allowing Apple Maps users in the area to plan bus trips, find routing information and more.

YouTube becomes top grossing iPhone app in U.S. after 8 years in App Store

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Google's YouTube app for iOS, which provides direct access to the ubiquitous video sharing service, this week became the top grossing iPhone title on Apple's U.S. App Store, a watershed achievement eight years in the making.

Hands-on: Netgear's Arlo Baby camera with Apple HomeKit support

Wednesday March 21, 2018

The Arlo Baby is a rare beast. Not only is it Netgear's only HomeKit-compatible security camera, it's also the only HomeKit accessory specifically meant to serve as a baby monitor.

Apple's Joswiak says iOS gaming catching up to modern consoles

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Gaming on iPhone and iPad is reaching a threshold where it's on par with consoles, which have typically outpaced mobile devices, Apple's VP of product marketing claimed in a recent interview.

Facebook's Zuckerberg vows action on Cambridge Analytica debacle

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Following a week of terrible press, a battered stock, and threats of mass account de-activations, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg finally addressed the data scandal in a post to the network.

How to add your signature to digital forms and documents in macOS

Wednesday March 21, 2018

In the event a digital document needs to be signed, like a form or a letter, macOS includes a way to add your signature without needing to print out the pages and rescan them. AppleInsider shows you how to quickly and easily sign PDF documents on the Mac.

TrueDepth camera in iPhone X used to capture facial animations for 'The Walking Dead: Our World'

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Next Games' upcoming ARKit title "The Walking Dead: Our World" will reportedly use rotoscoped facial animations, captured inexpensively using the iPhone X's TrueDepth camera.

Hands on: If you have multiple iPhones, the Udoq system will charge them all

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Udoq is a unique modular docking system that can fit more than one of almost any device, regardless of brand or connector type, and AppleInsider has one on our test bench.

Corel releases CorelCAD Mobile for iPhone and iPad

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Corel Corporation has introduced its first modern mobile app for iOS: CorelCAD Mobile, which acts as a "standalone CAD experience" to complement the company's desktop CorelCAD 2018 application for Macs and Windows PCs.

Apple becoming more open about product placements in TV shows

Wednesday March 21, 2018

While Apple has long wedged products like iPhones and Macs into TV shows as a form of marketing, the company appears to be taking a more open stance about it, a report suggested on Wednesday.

How to create your own HomeKit camera with a Raspberry Pi and HomeBridge

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Though Apple's HomeKit home automation platform has supported cameras for over a year, manufacturers have been slow to bring compatible devices to market. Learn how you can create your own HomeKit security camera for around $60 in this tutorial.

Apple's iPhone may be creating misleading numbers for US trade deficit with China

Wednesday March 21, 2018

As a result of outdated calculation methods, Apple's iPhone may be contributing to a skewed view of the U.S. trade deficit with China.

Apple Watch more effective at detecting heart condition than KardiaBand accessory, study finds

Wednesday March 21, 2018

A continuing study into the medical potential of consumer wearables has confirmed devices like Apple Watch are sensitive enough to detect abnormal heart rhythms with a 97 percent accuracy, a performance that beats out add-on ECG accessory KardiaBand.

Review: Fortnite BattleRoyale for iOS brings the large-scale multiplayer game to iPhone and iPad

Wednesday March 21, 2018

Epic Games intended to make "Fortnite Battle Royale for iPhone and iPad as close to the version played on other platforms. In its invitation-only initial release, the large-scale multiplayer game hasn't lost its charm in its transition to the small screen from the console, Mac, and PC versions.