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2020

Blix trying to get other 'Sherlocking' victims to fight Apple in court

Tuesday February 04, 2020

The developer of BlueMail is asking other developers of iOS and macOS apps to call out Apple's "Sherlocking" practice, when it incorporates features from other apps and services, in the belief it's unfair for Apple to take another's ideas "without permission, payment, or credit."

Review: Eve Energy continues a winning HomeKit formula

Tuesday February 04, 2020

After being announced at CES 2020, the redesigned Eve Energy is now available. We've spent the last several days testing it out to see how it measures up.

iCloud.com update adds native mobile browser support for Android and iOS

Tuesday February 04, 2020

The iCloud.com website now works natively on mobile browsers for both iOS and Android, giving users access to some of iCloud's most popular features to Android devices such as Find iPhone via a mobile-friendly interface.

Lowest prices ever: new price drops knock up to $450 off Apple 16-inch MacBook Pros

Tuesday February 04, 2020

In what amounts to the steepest discounts we've seen on Apple's new 16-inch MacBook Pro, premium Core i9 models are now up to $450 off thanks to exclusive coupon savings. Check out the limited-time deals, which are available only at AppleInsider.

Apple Pay commission fee a massive hurdle for banks in Israel

Tuesday February 04, 2020

Apple has begun talks with banks and credit companies in Israel, hoping to bring Apple Pay to the country-- but Apple's commission fee may present a problem.

Apple working on folding iPhone display with more robust bend radius

Tuesday February 04, 2020

Apple is continuing to look into the possibility of creating a foldable iPhone, one equipped with a hinge that allows a flexible display to be bent enough for the smartphone to fold, but preventing the display from developing a crease.

Google Photos has shared some users' private videos with strangers

Tuesday February 04, 2020

Google has sent notices to some of its Google Photos users, telling them that that some of the videos stored in the service may have been exported to random users' archives.

Apple suppliers & assemblers intending to restart China production on Feb 10

Tuesday February 04, 2020

In defiance of the Coronavirus, Apple suppliers including Foxconn are reportedly in the early stages of restarting facilities in China, with production expected to resume on February 10.

Apple TV app, Apple TV+ now available on compatible 2019 LG TVs

Monday February 03, 2020

LG on Monday announced select 2019 smart TVs now benefit from integration with the Apple TV app and Apple TV+ service, with availability rolling out in the U.S. and more than 80 other countries.

Apple extends developer program fee waivers to 8 countries

Monday February 03, 2020

Apple on Monday announced an immediate expansion to Developer Program fee waiver incentives, allowing eligible institutions in eight countries the option of foregoing a usual yearly charge.

Apple's iPad extends global market lead thanks to affordable 10.2-inch model

Monday February 03, 2020

Apple extended its lead over the global tablet sector in the fourth quarter of 2019, according to fresh statistics from research firm IDC, with the company gobbling up 36.5% of the market on strong demand for the new 10.2-inch iPad.

BlackBerry phones could be gone for good as last major firm stops making them

Monday February 03, 2020

TCL Communication says it will cease production of BlackBerry phones later this year when its rights to the name expire. It's the latest and perhaps lowest point in the incredible decline of the hit phone that was destroyed by the iPhone.

Apple uploads first look of Apple TV+'s 'Mythic Quest' to YouTube

Monday February 03, 2020

A new two-minute long trailer for "Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet" gives another sneak peek at Apple's upcoming comedy series.

Fixed Sudo flaw in macOS gave root-command privileges to all users

Monday February 03, 2020

A vulnerability has been discovered in 'Sudo,' a powerful utility used in the macOS Terminal, one that could allow for users with restrictive privileges or malicious software to be able to run commands with administrative-level privileges, which could result in the loss or theft of user data in unpatched Macs.

Here are the best Apple MacBook Air deals for February 2020

Monday February 03, 2020

Apple resellers continue to offer aggressive MacBook Air deals this February, with the ultraportable notebooks starting at $699 thanks to markdowns of up to $300 off.

iPhone production will see major impact if China factory halt continues

Monday February 03, 2020

Production of the iPhone could be disrupted by the coronavirus outbreak if things get much worse, with Apple assembly partner Foxconn reportedly halting the majority of its production in China until February 10.

Apple News adds to its 2020 Election coverage with literacy guide

Monday February 03, 2020

Apple has announced updates to how its coverage of the 2020 US Presidential election will feature a guide to help readers guard against misinformation and seek out reliable news.

New iPad Pro, 'iPhone SE 2' and more -- what to expect from Apple in 2020

Monday February 03, 2020

Apple looks like it's going to have a busy year, with updates to nearly its entire product line. Here's what we're expecting Apple to release -- or at least announce -- in 2020.

Apple supplier Wistron to assemble key iPhone component at new India plant

Monday February 03, 2020

Alongside the assembly of iPhones from other suppliers' components, Wistron will also assemble printed circuit boards for the devices.

Review: The BenQ ScreenBar saves space while brightening up your desk

Sunday February 02, 2020

Whether you've got a small desk setup or you're just tired of giving up space for a desk lamp, BenQ's ScreenBar is here to save the day with its over-the-monitor light.