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2018

iPhone unlocking tool GrayKey sees increased use across all levels of law enforcement

Thursday April 12, 2018

With the help of the iPhone-cracking GrayKey, local police departments and government agencies alike are gaining the ability to crack the security in the iPhone in ever-greater numbers, a new report says.

Apple bringing in more labor to cope with surge of iPhone battery replacements

Thursday April 12, 2018

In the wake of Apple dropping the price of out-of-warranty iPhone battery replacements to $29, demand has become so high that the company is stretching its retail resources to cope -- possibly even hiring outside contractors.

How to sort folders in the macOS Finder to group together files by their corresponding application

Thursday April 12, 2018

There are many ways to organize files in folders within Finder, but possibly one of the handiest is to sort files by the application that will open them. AppleInsider shows how to enable this Finder view, as well as a similar option that can be used to group applications by function.

New ESPN+ herald of Disney's future efforts, will ramp up challenge to Apple's nascent video efforts

Thursday April 12, 2018

Disney on Thursday launched ESPN+, its entirely internet-based sports streaming service intended to appeal to cord-cutters using technology that it will likely use to launch its own streaming service in the near future.

Apple again said to cut HomePod orders on poor sales performance

Thursday April 12, 2018

A report out of China citing supply chain sources claims that Apple is already reducing its sales forecast for the HomePod, and is cutting orders for the next few months.

iPhone & iPad Touch ID technology at center of suit filed by probable patent troll

Thursday April 12, 2018

A South Korean company, First Face, has launched a U.S. patent infringement lawsuit against both Apple and Samsung over their implementation of fingerprint detection to unlock smartphones.

OLED production for 2018 iPhone starting in May amid Apple and Samsung pricing dispute

Thursday April 12, 2018

The Apple supply chain is gearing up to start production of OLED panels for the 2018 iPhone launches expected this fall, according to industry reports, but despite the impending commencement of manufacturing the components, Apple and Samsung Display are apparently still negotiating the prices for the panels.

Channel checks, sales data on HomePod likely as wrong as it was about Apple Watch in 2015

Thursday April 12, 2018

Without actually presenting any hard data on sales, a new report has claimed Apple's HomePod sales are "weak," based on supply channel checks and data from Slice Intelligence--the same two sources that were used to suggest Apple Watch sales were "collapsing" three years ago.

Kuo: Apple losing AR lead to low-cost competitors, lack of software innovation to blame

Thursday April 12, 2018

Apple is frittering away its lead in the augmented reality space after setting a rapid pace with ARKit in iOS 11 and advanced hardware in iPhone and iPad, according to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who sees Chinese upstart Oppo gaining ground with less complex -- and less expensive -- solutions.

T-Mobile integrates new Apple Business Chat support

Wednesday April 11, 2018

T-Mobile on Wednesday announced support for Apple's new Business Chat feature, allowing customers and non-customers alike to message customer service representatives directly from the Messages app on their iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, or Mac.

Apple cuts HomePod orders on weak demand, report says

Wednesday April 11, 2018

Apple's first foray into the smart speaker business is not going as planned, with the company reportedly lowering HomePod sales forecasts and cutting orders for the device on the back of weak demand.

New macOS alert notifies users Apple will soon end 32-bit app support

Wednesday April 11, 2018

Starting Thursday, Apple's macOS will begin to display alert boxes when a 32-bit app is opened, warning users that the operating system will soon end support for the legacy technology.

Mac sales return to growth in Q1 amid continued PC market decline

Wednesday April 11, 2018

Following a contraction over the holiday shopping season, Apple's Mac shipments returned to growth during the first quarter of 2018 amid a deteriorating PC market, according to fresh statistics from market research firm Gartner.

First look: iPhone X (PRODUCT)RED Leather Folio Case

Wednesday April 11, 2018

Though it's not scheduled to hit store shelves until Friday, we got our hands on Apple's (PRODUCT)RED folio for iPhone X, a bold color option to the already fantastic case lineup. Check out our early hands-on, as well as a comparison to other (PRODUCT)RED cases.

Apple expected to maintain high iPhone ASP with 2018 releases

Wednesday April 11, 2018

The next iPhone line will probably consist of three models, including two OLED variants and an entry level version with an LCD screen, leading to "flattish" average selling price for the fiscal year 2019, according to a new analyst report.

Apple needs to stop pre-announcing products like the Mac Pro and AirPower that won't be available for months or years

Wednesday April 11, 2018

Apple released a new iPhone 8 color on Monday, and the refrain was less about the device itself, hijacked on social media into being more about Apple not having shipped the AirPower wireless charging pad -- and all this can be avoided.

Apple destroys Facebook in poll about trustworthiness with personal data

Wednesday April 11, 2018

Amid the furor over Silicon Valley companies mishandling personal data, Apple is very near the top of the charts for the most trusted company, with the majority of respondents pointing the finger at Facebook for being the least trust-worthy.

Apple picks Oliver Schusser to head up Apple Music worldwide

Wednesday April 11, 2018

Apple has promoted Oliver Schusser to the position of VP of Apple Music & International Content, effectively putting him in charge of Apple Music globally.

eGPU support for Nvidia GPU, plus Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2 connections arrive with pair of hacks

Wednesday April 11, 2018

Apple's purge of external GPU enclosures using Thunderbolt and Thunderbolt 2 from macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 has prompted action from the eGPU community, resulting in the creation of scripts that add the compatibility back, plus another that allow for Nvidia card use instead of being limited to AMD cards.

Apple's success has generated hundreds of billions of dollars, but not many billionaires

Wednesday April 11, 2018

There's just one billionaire in Apple's current leadership, who didn't make his money from Apple. But the company has produced billion-dollar fortunes for suppliers.