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2019

iOS 13 'Dark Mode' and new Reminders app shown off in alleged screenshots

Monday June 03, 2019

A new image supposedly depicting iOS 13's long-rumored 'dark mode' has surfaced hours ahead of its expected launch at WWDC 2019, an alleged screenshot that also shows off what the new Reminders app could look like on an iPhone.

Review: The ecobee SmartThermostat is the best choice for HomeKit users but needs AirPlay 2

Monday June 03, 2019

After making waves with the ecobee4, ecobee is back with their latest thermostat and is dropping the numbering scheme. The new ecobee SmartThermostat is an upgraded smart home thermostat that takes aim at the premium market with speed, better design, improved audio, and much more.

WWDC Deal Zone: Save $560 on Apple's 12.9-inch iPad Pro today only

Monday June 03, 2019

For one day only, Apple Authorized Reseller B&H Photo is knocking $560 off 2017 12.9-inch iPad Pros equipped with 512GB of space and Wi-Fi + Cellular capability. This WWDC Deal Zone, which delivers the lowest price ever on the loaded model in your choice of finish, is valid while supplies last.

WWDC19: The schedule

Monday June 03, 2019

Apple will be welcoming attendees to the first day of its Worldwide Developer Conference on Monday with an early morning breakfast, followed by its public live streamed Keynote, lunch, a deeper dive into its latest technology in the Platforms State of the Union and then the Apple Developer Awards.

Review: 2019 15-inch eight-core MacBook Pro - Refinement before redesign

Sunday June 02, 2019

Apple's new flagship eight-core 15-inch MacBook Pro may not have a flashy new exterior, but it is a high-performing machine that is finally everything Apple envisioned for this design.

Scenes from WWDC 2019 -- Apple's swag for attendees and the convention center

Sunday June 02, 2019

It's the eve of the World Wide Developers Conference and AppleInsider is on the ground! Today is the day that Apple pre-registers attendees, and hands out their swag bags, and we couldn't wait to show you what was in ours.

FTC, Department of Justice amping up antitrust monitoring of tech firms

Sunday June 02, 2019

Amazon and Google could soon be facing increased antitrust scrutiny under a new agreement between Federal Trade Commission and the Department of Justice -- and more tech company monitoring actions are expected.

Mass Google outage impacted Gmail, YouTube & other services [u]

Sunday June 02, 2019

Google experienced a massive outage on Sunday with Gmail, YouTube, Google Drive, and several other services that rely on Google's cloud architecture unavailable or otherwise impacted.

Apple Music links shifting away from iTunes domain, further signaling death of app

Sunday June 02, 2019

Links to Apple Music tracks are gradually migrating to a Music domain, lending more weight to the theory that iTunes will gradually be put to pasture.

Madonna to star in Today at Apple's new Music Lab

Sunday June 02, 2019

Madonna is to be featured in a new Today at Apple session called Music Lab: Remix. She's filmed a video about the details of one song which Apple staff will then show you how to reconstruct yourself in GarageBand.

Review: Microsoft's Surface Pro is the best Windows tablet to get, if you need one

Sunday June 02, 2019

Microsoft's Surface Pro is the ideal Windows tablet, and is the one you should buy if you're looking for that kind of thing, but is a missed opportunity for Microsoft to demonstrate with Windows that it can do what Apple does for complete operating system and hardware integration.

iTunes social media blackout hints at app break-up at WWDC

Saturday June 01, 2019

Apple may have confirmed the breakup of iTunes into a collection of separate apps is in the works, by taking time in the days before WWDC to remove content from view on the main social media accounts associated with iTunes.

Save up to $220 on Apple's latest iPad Pros, plus $10 off Apple Pencil 2

Saturday June 01, 2019

Apple Authorized Resellers are slashing prices on current and closeout iOS devices this week, with discounts of up to $220 off. Save on 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros, as well as the Apple Pencil 2, with record-breaking price drops. Even budget-friendly 9.7-inch iPads are on sale, with prices starting at just $249.

New 'Shot on iPhone' film uses iPhone XS to feature women's wrestling in Bolivia

Saturday June 01, 2019

The latest in Apple's line of "Shot on iPhone" documentary films has been published to the company's YouTube page, this time highlighting the Flying Cholitas, an association of female wrestlers based in El Alto, Bolivia.

Apple & Samsung expected to benefit most from US Huawei ban, says Ming-Chi Kuo

Saturday June 01, 2019

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects both Apple and Samsung to pick up Huawei customers outside China now that the manufacturer is no longer able to use Google's Android operating system without a branch.

Pokemon Go drops Apple Watch support ahead of watchOS 6 unveiling

Saturday June 01, 2019

Users of Niantic's Pokemon Go iPhone game were able to track their walking steps using an Apple Watch companion app, but the developer is discontinuing the feature from July 1.

Review: 2019 13-inch MacBook Pro -- ultimate refinement without revolution

Saturday June 01, 2019

Apple's latest 13-inch MacBook Pro is here and with it comes another iterative spec bump. This year it is further about refinement, improving not only the performance of the machine but the reliability of the keyboard. AppleInsider has spent the last couple weeks with the new machine to see how refined Apple's changes ultimately are.

Editorial: At WWDC19, Apple charts the future of private, premium tech - alone

Saturday June 01, 2019

Leading up to its 30th Annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple is channeling its unique hardware savvy to create a future that is powerful, premium, accessible to everyone, and private to yourself. And it's doing it alone, competing largely against much cheaper copies of its own work that are supported by surveillance advertising. Here's why that matters.

Apple decorates McEnery Convention Center with WWDC livery [u]

Friday May 31, 2019

Apple is livening up San Jose's McEnery Convention Center and the surrounding area with banners, flags, signs and other paraphernalia in preparation of its annual Worldwide Developer Conference next week.

DOJ preparing antitrust probe into Google search and business practices, report says

Friday May 31, 2019

The U.S. Department of Justice is reportedly preparing an antitrust investigation into Google's search and related business practices, with the probe coming years after the Federal Trade Commission closed its own probe into the internet giant with no tangible results.