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Apple uses hidden webpage to recruit cloud infrastructure engineer

08/19/2017, 10:58:06 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

A hidden, now-defunct page on Apple's website was apparently being used by the company to recruit an engineer for work on a "critical infrastructure component."

This week on AI: Apple Watch 'Series 3,' Apple's $1B Hollywood war chest, Charlottesville fallout & more

08/19/2017, 12:14:57 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Some of the most interesting news of the week revolved around this fall's Apple Watch "Series 3," which may get LTE, but not a new look. Apple also appears to have big Hollywood plans -- if not quite as big as HBO or Netflix.

Cypress IoT software development kit takes advantage of Apple's new, open HomeKit policy

08/16/2017, 03:51:27 PM, Posted By Mike Wuerthele

The chip manufacturer responsible for a wide array of "internet of things" devices, Cypress Semiconductor, has announced an updated version of its development kit, adding HomeKit support and iCloud certification to the package.

Google could pay Apple up to $3B to hold default search status on iPhones

08/14/2017, 04:41:13 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Google could end up paying Apple as much as $3 billion this year to remain the default search engine on iPhones and iPads, an analyst estimated on Monday.

Chinese government sets up committee to watch over Apple's new iCloud data center

08/14/2017, 11:32:26 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

China's Guizhou province is setting up a working committee specifically to oversee Apple's new data center in the region, which was established to comply with cybersecurity laws that went into effect earlier this year.

Apple issues fourth public betas of iOS 11, tvOS 11, & macOS High Sierra

08/08/2017, 01:54:36 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Hot on the heels of a fifth developer release, Apple on Tuesday issued a fourth public beta of iOS 11, available to anyone with a compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Also out are fourth public betas of tvOS 11 for the Apple TV, and macOS High Sierra.

How to automate your home with Apple's HomeKit, with or without an iPad or Apple TV

08/08/2017, 10:36:08 AM, Posted By Mike Wuerthele

Apple's HomeKit allows users to control compatible hardware with an iPhone -- but expanded control from outside the home requires either an Apple TV of some flavor, or an iPad. AppleInsider explains the use cases, and what you need to get started.

Fifth betas of iOS 11, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, tvOS 11, and WatchOS 4 available to developers

08/07/2017, 01:02:00 PM, Posted By Mike Wuerthele

Two weeks after its last update, Apple has updated all four of its developer betas, with fifth releases of iOS 11, macOS 10.13 High Sierra, tvOS 11, and WatchOS 4

Apple's services business alone now the size of a Fortune 100 company, beats out Facebook

08/01/2017, 05:04:00 PM, Posted By Mike Wuerthele

With Tuesday's earnings report, Apple has officially met its projections of its services alone being the equivalent to a Fortune 100 company.

This week on AI: iPods fade away, 'iPhone 8' & Apple TV rumors, Trump promises US plants

07/29/2017, 04:22:30 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

The end of an era came this week as Apple discontinued its last remaining "old-school" iPods, the Nano and the Shuffle. "iPhone 8" and Apple TV rumors continued to steam ahead, while U.S. President Donald Trump claimed Apple will set up multiple factories in the country.

Athenry, Ireland Apple iCloud data center court ruling postponed again

07/28/2017, 09:21:57 AM, Posted By Mike Wuerthele

The Irish courts continue to defer the Athenry, Ireland data center decision, and are next scheduled to hear the case in October.

Adobe accidentally leaks cloud-based 'Nimbus' photo editing tool for Mac

07/25/2017, 10:47:36 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Adobe has accidentally let an early version of "Project Nimbus" -- a primarily cloud-based photo editor -- slip out to some Creative Cloud subscribers, according to a report.

Hands On: Fantastical 2.4 for Mac adds attachments, Facebook calendar integration

07/22/2017, 03:15:00 PM, Posted By Mike Wuerthele and William Gallagher

Fantastical 2.4 for Mac adds key new features, and AppleInsider checks to see if the $50 entry price is worth it.

Get the most out of Apple's Health app with these starter tips

07/17/2017, 01:26:16 PM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Apple's Health app for the iPhone can be a useful way of tracking fitness and medical data -- so long as everything is configured and used just the right way. Here's the essentials to get going.

Australian government to ask for voluntary access to encrypted Apple data

07/17/2017, 10:13:16 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

Australia's attorney general will reportedly meet with officials from Apple later this week in a bid to gain voluntary sharing of encrypted data with the country's spy and law enforcement agencies.

Amazon working on mobile messaging service to rival Apple Messages

07/17/2017, 12:55:00 AM, Posted By AppleInsider Staff

Amazon last week began querying customers over potential features they would like to see included in a new mobile messaging platform called "Anytime," which according to reports boasts text and video chat, voice calling, group tasks and social networking functionality.

Review: Amazon Echo Show is 'good enough'

07/15/2017, 12:21:00 AM, Posted By Max Yuryev

Arguably the best home assistant gets even better with the launch of Amazon's latest Alexa-powered accessory, dubbed the Echo Show, arriving months before Apple's competing HomePod arrives in December. It's also Amazon's most expensive model at $229.99, compared to $179.99 for the original Echo and $49.99 for the Echo Dot.

This week on AI: 'iPhone 8' rumors galore, Apple goes Back to School, new iOS & macOS betas

07/15/2017, 12:19:50 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

An otherwise quiet week was dominated by rumors about Apple's "iPhone 8" -- including features it won't have as much as those it will. The company separately released new public betas of iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra, and announced new data centers in Denmark and China.

US Customs says it can search iPhones, but not cloud services

07/14/2017, 11:39:23 AM, Posted By Roger Fingas

While U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents can search an American traveler's iPhone, they're not allowed to search any data stored in the cloud, the CBP said recently in response to questions by Oregon Senator Ron Wyden.

Proposed Australian law forces tech companies to decrypt customer messages

07/14/2017, 12:48:00 AM, Posted By Mikey Campbell

The Australian government on Friday proposed a set of new cybersecurity measures that would compel technology companies like Apple to provide law enforcement agencies access to encrypted customer messages.