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2020

First Alert adds Apple AirPlay 2 support to Onelink Safe & Sound smoke detector

Tuesday February 18, 2020

First Alert on Tuesday issued a software update that adds AirPlay 2 support to its Onelink Safe & Sound smoke and carbon monoxide alarm-cum-speaker, fulfilling longstanding customer requests for integration with Apple's audio streaming technology.

Killer deal: Apple's latest 13" MacBook Pro (2.4GHz, 8GB, 256GB) drops to $1,449

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Better than Black Friday pricing is here for a limited time, with Apple's current 13-inch MacBook Pro (Mid 2019) with a quad-core processor, 256GB of storage and four Thunderbolt 3 ports now $350 off.

Review: Insta360 GO is the AirPods-like action cam to beat

Tuesday February 18, 2020

With a tiny form factor, unique social features, and an easy-to-use design, the Insta 360 Go is the new everyday action cam to beat.

iPhone supply delays could extend into April as suppliers battle coronavirus

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Apple's coronavirus-related supply chain issues will be a problem for the company long into April, a report claims, as despite efforts from assembly partners, supplies of the iPhone may be constrained for some time to come.

Apple releases updates for watchOS 6.1.3, watchOS 5.3.5 for legacy iPhones

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Apple has released multiple updates for the Apple Watch, with watchOS 6.1.3 released for up-to-date versions of the wearable device alongside watchOS 5.3.5 for owners of older iPhones that are not able to use the latest iOS releases.

Why Apple's guidance correction is causing less panic versus 2019

Tuesday February 18, 2020

For the second time in two years, Apple has issued a correction to its revenue guidance. After looking foolish for sensationalizing Apple's downfall last year, analysts and tech media reporters are exercising more caution in their coverage of how business interruptions by the coronavirus might affect the company.

Apple Music upgrades album catalog by showing 'Other Versions'

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Apple has started to roll out its "Other Versions" feature for Apple Music, offering subscribers of the music streaming service the option to listen to songs from alternate versions or secondary deluxe releases of an artist's albums.

Lowest price ever: Apple's Mac Pro (3.5GHz, 32GB, 256GB, 580X) drops to $5,399, save on tax w/ Payboo

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Apple's Mac Pro (Late 2019) has dropped to the lowest price on record at B&H Photo, with the 8-core model now $600 off exclusively for AI readers. Plus, grab free shipping and even a sales tax refund in select states with the Payboo Card.

'Apple Tags' tracking devices launching summer 2020, says Ming-Chi Kuo

Tuesday February 18, 2020

The rumored "Apple Tags" tracking fobs will ship in the middle of 2020, Ming-Chi Kuo believes, with shipments of the Ultra Wideband-based tag anticipated to be in the order of "tens of millions" by the end of the year.

Apple Pencil could gain haptic system that could monitor a user's grip

Tuesday February 18, 2020

A future version of the Apple Pencil could include a system that can provide vibrations to the user's fingertips while grasping the stylus, and may also be able to detect how the user is gripping the device.

Supply chain sources predicting 12-inch iPad Pro in the spring

Tuesday February 18, 2020

A supply chain source is predicting a 12-inch iPad Pro for the spring, but it isn't exactly clear where they're getting the information.

Adjustable smart fabric with built-in buttons could make Apple Watch accessories smarter

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Apple is working on new ways to use fabrics as part of the design of its devices and accessories, including a system for adjusting how tight a piece of fabric is at specific locations, and creating fabric domes that could be used as a switch.

Apple's coronavirus revenue miss seen as short-term hurdle

Tuesday February 18, 2020

While industry observers are clearly seeing a short-term financial and business impact from the coronavirus outbreak in China, the first analysts chiming in on the situation don't have long-term concerns surrounding Apple's financial prospects.

Apple's 'iPhone SE 2,' iPad Pro reportedly on track despite coronavirus

Tuesday February 18, 2020

Industry reports suggest the low-cost "iPhone SE 2" and a refresh of the iPad Pro line will still launch in March, with the iPad Pro refresh arriving shortly thereafter --although the impact of the coronavirus raises questions about Apple's over-reliance on Chinese manufacturing.

Tim Cook issues memo to staff regarding coronavirus outbreak

Monday February 17, 2020

Tim Cook has released a memo to Apple staff, discussing the impacts of the coronavirus has made Apple's return to normal conditions somewhat slower than anticipated.

Patent troll targets Apple in touch screen patent infringement case

Monday February 17, 2020

An infamous patent troll has resurfaced, and is suing Apple and many others over the infringement of four patents dealing with capacitive keyboards and sensors used in the iPhone 11, third-generation iPad Pro, and similar products by other vendors like Microsoft and Samsung.

Apple will miss quarterly guidance & iPhone sales estimates because of coronavirus

Monday February 17, 2020

Apple is revising its quarterly guidance downward not just a as a result of lowered sales in China because of the coronavirus, but also because of production problems in the country that are just now starting to be overcome.

Apple event rumored for March 31, date is little more than an educated guess

Monday February 17, 2020

An Apple media event said to feature the "iPhone SE 2"is rumored to take place at the end of March -- but the rumor offers nothing to substantiate it, making it nothing more than an educated guess.

Apple, Google, Facebook lobby EU over AI regulation plans

Monday February 17, 2020

Senior Artificial Intelligence executives from technology firms, including Apple, are in Brussels to make their case as the European Union aims to set regulations on artificial intelligence that could drastically affect machine learning globally.

Apple teases 'Amazing Stories' in Apple TV app, YouTube trailer

Monday February 17, 2020

Apple has started to promote the Steven Spielberg anthology series 'Amazing Stories' for Apple TV+, alerting potential viewers of the Steven Spielberg show's availability from March 6 via the Apple TV app, as well as publishing a trailer for the show on YouTube.