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2019

Amazon and B&H drop MacBook Air laptops to just $899

Saturday August 17, 2019

After cutting prices on MacBook Pro laptops, Amazon and B&H Photo have done it again with Apple's 2018 MacBook Air. Now $899 while supplies last, this discount delivers the lowest online price for the ultraportable laptop.

Unboxing and activating Apple's titanium Apple Card

Friday August 16, 2019

Apple is slowly ramping up its Apple Card Preview in anticipation of a wide launch sometime in August, which means U.S. customers lucky enough to be invited -- and accepted -- to the program are receiving physical versions of the card. AppleInsider goes hands on.

President Trump to dine with Tim Cook, says Apple spending 'vast sums of money' in US

Friday August 16, 2019

President Donald Trump in a tweet on Friday said he plans to have dinner with Apple CEO Tim Cook. The pair have met on multiple occasions to discuss topics ranging business to human rights.

Developers say Apple's limitations on location tracking are anti-competitive

Friday August 16, 2019

A group of iOS app developers have taken issue with new privacy policies Apple is set to debut with iOS 13 this fall, saying location tracking restrictions placed on third parties are anti-competitive and could harm their respective businesses.

Apple Music sued by non-practicing entity that also targeted Spotify, Slacker

Friday August 16, 2019

A non-practicing entity with what appears to be an abysmal track record of leveraging assigned patents to milk money out of popular music streaming services is suing Apple Music, claiming the product infringes on four patents.

Apple HomePod versus Sonos & Ikea Symfonisk smart speakers

Friday August 16, 2019

After we published our reviews of the Ikea Symfonisk line, we got asked to directly compare the product to Apple's HomePod. So, let's do it.

Apple chip partner TSMC declares Moore's Law is not dead

Friday August 16, 2019

Moore's Law, the name given to the principle that the speed and capability of computers is expected to double every two years due to advances in microchip technology, is not dead according to Apple A-series chip foundry TSMC, which reasons it is very much still relevant today for a number of reasons.

'Apple Watch Series 5' screen expected to be supplied by Japan Display

Friday August 16, 2019

Ming-Chi Kuo is predicting that the "Apple Watch Series 5" is just around the corner, and will use some of the first OLED screens from Japan Display.

Editorial: Apple's use of 'iPhone Pro' is a marketing label, not a personal description

Friday August 16, 2019

Rumors of Apple releasing an 'iPhone Pro' are again sparking debate over who is a Pro user and who is 'just' a consumer. This is a pointless yet damaging argument to have, and always will be.

Back to school iPhone deals deliver cash savings and even free devices

Friday August 16, 2019

We've rounded up the best iPhone deals this August, with free device offers and cash back savings across top wireless carriers.

Apple & Ireland head to court to battle $14.4B EU back tax on Sept. 17

Friday August 16, 2019

The battle between Apple and the European Commission over the iPhone maker's tax affairs with Ireland will be heading to court in September, with the legal challenge set to determine whether Apple will be paid back any of its 13 billion ($14.4 billion) back tax payment.

Apple Card, 'iPhone 11' leaks, & Facebook listening to you on the AppleInsider Podcast

Friday August 16, 2019

This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, William and Victor talk about the Apple Card, whether you should trust the latest iPhone leaks, and about how Facebook has been listening to your voice chats on Messenger.

Apple demands review of Red's Rawcode format patent

Friday August 16, 2019

Apple has requested for a review to potentially invalidate a patent owned by high-performance camera maker Red relating to its proprietary Rawcode RAW recording format, a legal argument that could enable Apple to use Rawcode in its products without paying a licensing fee.

Apple's HomePod lands in Japan on Aug. 23

Thursday August 15, 2019

Apple on Friday announced an immediate start to HomePod preorders in Japan, with shipments of the Siri-powered speaker scheduled to land in the hands of customers on Aug. 23.

Apple sues virtualization firm Corellium for selling iOS and iTunes knockoffs

Thursday August 15, 2019

Apple on Thursday filed a lawsuit claiming software virtualization firm Corellium, which markets its wares to security researchers, infringes on copyrights covering iOS, iTunes and other Apple assets.

Apple now responsible for 2.4 million US jobs

Thursday August 15, 2019

Through its own staff, those of suppliers and developers, Apple has grown to support 2.4 million jobs across all 50 states. It's an increase of four times since 2011, and sees the company contributing $60 billion to the economy annually.

$999 MacBook Pros are back at Amazon

Thursday August 15, 2019

Back by popular demand, Apple's 13-inch MacBook Pro with function keys is available on Amazon for just $999 while supplies last. This deal has proven to be a top seller with inventory currently backorderd until Aug. 24. Secure you spot in line now, before the sub-$1000 price disappears.

'iPhone 11' OLED screens may be the same as the Samsung Galaxy S10

Thursday August 15, 2019

The 2019 iPhones will use the same material as those used by Samsung's Galaxy smartphones, according to a report, a rumor that could be better from a supply chain point of view, but also means that Apple won't be using a custom material for its smartphone display.

Everything new in iOS 13 beta 7: 3D Touch, icon tweaks, more

Thursday August 15, 2019

Apple is continuing to evolve iOS 13, and included several public-facing tweaks with the seventh developer beta. Here is everything we've found so far.

Capital One hacker under investigation for 30 more AWS data breaches

Thursday August 15, 2019

The Seattle hacker behind the major Capital One hack may have stolen data from many other organizations, with authorities claiming thefts have taken place from over 30 companies and entities in other thefts from Amazon Web Services.