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Apple promotes free month of upgraded iCloud storage to non-paying users

05/24/2018, 06:58:00 PM, Posted By AppleInsider Staff

In a move designed to drive iCloud storage subscription upgrades, Apple is now promoting free month-long trials of 50GB, 200GB and 2TB plans to customers currently on the gratis 5GB tier.

Vevo giving up on iPhone, iPad apps to focus on YouTube

05/24/2018, 01:23:32 PM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

Vevo, the record label-owned distributor of music videos and related content, will be shutting down its apps for iOS and other operating systems, as well as its consumer-facing website.

Review: Logi Circle 2 is the best HomeKit camera, but Apple's support is lacking

05/20/2018, 04:08:00 PM, Posted By Andrew O'Hara

We've spent a few months with Logitech's flagship smart home security camera that gained support for HomeKit just last fall. After extensive usage, we have the verdict on one of the most popular HomeKit cams yet.

Video: iPhone X vs Galaxy S9+ AR Gaming -- ARKit vs ARCore

05/19/2018, 12:45:00 PM, Posted By AppleInsider Staff

Apple's ARKit made a public debut at WWDC 2017 and was later released with iOS 11, enabling any iOS device with an A9 or newer processor to run augmented reality games and apps. Like clockwork, Google introduced a competing product in ARCore for devices running Android. We take a closer at the respective AR platforms in this video.

Review: Philips Hue Wellner lamp with Apple HomeKit

05/18/2018, 03:05:47 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

If you're into its style, the Philips Hue Wellner lamp can be a decent way to way to expand an existing Hue setup, but it's not much good to people who haven't invested -- or plan to invest -- in the ecosystem.

Suspect identified in CIA 'Vault 7' leak that revealed iOS and Mac exploits

05/15/2018, 06:46:05 PM, Posted By Mikey Campbell

U.S. officials have identified a primary suspect in the so-called "Vault 7" leak that released a massive cache of information detailing the Central Intelligence Agency's cyber tools, including software exploits targeting iPhone and Mac devices.

DirecTV Now for iOS & Apple TV picks up easier UI, beta cloud DVR & more

05/15/2018, 01:31:17 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

AT&T's DirecTV Now on Tuesday rolled out an updated app for iPhones, iPads, and the Apple TV, attempting to fill in gaps and address complaints about the live TV service.

Hands On: FileMaker Pro 17 beefs up its app development features

05/15/2018, 09:01:00 AM, Posted By William Gallagher

The decades-old database software now wants to be where you go to create data-centric Mac, PC, cloud and iOS apps, and generally accomplishes what it set out to do.

Adobe XD goes free with new Starter plan, Adobe announces $10M fund for designers

05/15/2018, 09:00:00 AM, Posted By AppleInsider Staff

Adobe on Tuesday debuted a new Starter plan for Adobe XD, offering free access to the UI/UX design platform on Mac and Windows, mobile iOS and Android apps and backend services powered by Adobe Creative Cloud.

Apple Mail affected by critical PGP, S/MIME encryption vulnerabilities

05/14/2018, 08:28:00 AM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

Vulnerabilities have been discovered in PGP and S/MIME that could allow an attacker to read emails encrypted using the standards, with one attack potentially allowing for a message to be decrypted by abusing a flaw in the way Mail for iOS and macOS renders HTML-based messages.

This week on AI: Apple's TV app 'channels,' 2018 iPhone rumors, iMac turns 20 & more

05/12/2018, 12:47:00 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Rumors about 2018 iPhones continued to mount this week, but there was plenty of ammunition for other headlines -- such as Apple's plans for selling third-party video subscriptions.

Flitter is a beautiful Twitter client for iPhone that needs a few more features

05/11/2018, 10:48:00 PM, Posted By Andrew O'Hara

Flitter is a new minimalist Twitter client for iPhone that offers an alternative to Twitter's standalone app, but does it bring enough to the table to unseat leading third-party titles Twitterrific and Tweetbot

iPad saves construction firm $1.8 million annually

05/11/2018, 08:26:00 AM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

The iPad has become an extremely useful tool for one Texas-based construction firm, with a report revealing the use of Apple's tablet by the workforce has saved the company an estimated $1.8 million per year, as well as helping to reduce the amount of hours spent working on projects.

Apple to sell third-party streaming service subscriptions through 'TV' app, report says

05/09/2018, 03:53:00 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Perhaps offering a glimpse at Apple's master plan for video, the company is reportedly planning to sell subscriptions to third-party services through its "TV" app for iPhones, iPads, and the Apple TV.

Spectre-style Intel chip vulnerability disclosures delayed, patches not expected until August

05/09/2018, 10:59:00 AM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

The release of patches to fix new Spectre-style flaws in Intel's processor designs is allegedly delayed by two more weeks to late May, but a report suggests Intel wants to push the release back even further into July while it works to finalize the required updates.

Apple opens first developer academy in Indonesia

05/09/2018, 10:12:02 AM, Posted By Stephen Silver

Apple's new app accelerator facility near Jakarta, is the first of its kind in Asia and uses the same education model as the one in India.

Rumor: 6.5-inch OLED iPhone roughly same size as iPhone 8 Plus, iOS 12 supports horizontal Face ID

05/07/2018, 07:54:00 PM, Posted By Mikey Campbell

Rumors of Apple's forthcoming iPhone refresh are beginning to seep out of the Asian supply chain, with the latest claiming a next-generation flagship model will be roughly the same size as the current iPhone 8 Plus despite boasting a 6.5-inch OLED display.

20 Years of iMac: Steve Jobs iconic internet machine that courageously reinvented Apple

05/06/2018, 03:58:00 PM, Posted By Daniel Eran Dilger

Twenty years ago today Steve Jobs introduced iMac, an ambitious new Mac aimed specifically at easy Internet access. It not only redefined the design and styling of tech products but charted a strategic course that would take Apple from being a minority PC maker to the world's most valuable tech company. Most importantly, iMac had an impact because it courageously made bold decisions that conventional thinking assumed to be wrong.

This week on AI: iPhone X powers Apple's blockbuster Q2, 'Marzipan' delayed & more

05/05/2018, 12:04:59 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Naturally, the big news this week was Apple's $61.1 billion in revenue for the March quarter, fueled in no small part by the iPhone X. We also heard more about Apple's iOS/macOS crossover plans and potential manufacturing delay for a refreshed MacBook Air.

More Spectre-style chip flaws discovered in Intel processors

05/04/2018, 12:03:00 PM, Posted By Malcolm Owen

More waves of patches to plug security holes in processors are on the way, after the discovery that Intel is working to patch more Spectre-style issues in its chips, with eight new vulnerabilities said to be found by security researchers following the Spectre and Meltdown fiasco from earlier this year.