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2019

Apple to replace cracked screens on select aluminum Apple Watch Series 2 and Series 3 models

Friday August 30, 2019

Apple on Friday launched a repair program to address a "very rare" screen cracking issue reported by owners of older aluminum Apple Watch models, with the company set to replace faulty displays free of charge.

Apple's wireless Tile-like tracking technology exposed in iOS 13 build

Friday August 30, 2019

More details relating to the rumored Tile-style 'tag' tracker accessory Apple is developing, with an allegedly leaked image from an internal build of iOS 13 suggesting the device will be circular, while its usage via the "Find My" app could include limiting notifications of misplacement to occasions where the user isn't at home.

Review: G-Drive ArmorATD is a rugged drive with some style

Friday August 30, 2019

The rugged G-Drive ArmorATD from G-Technology is a great looking external USB-C drive that can withstand the elements.

iPhone trade in deals deliver cash bonuses ahead of Apple's iPhone 11

Friday August 30, 2019

It's official. Apple's "By Innovation Only" event will take place on Sept. 10 and with it will come the iPhone 11 collection and possibly new Apple Watches and iPads. With new hardware on the horizon, now is the time to sell your used Apple device for cash with our Apple Watch and iPhone trade in bonuses.

'By Innovation Only' new iPhone event, Apple saves Amazon, Fraser Spiers on the AppleInsider Podcast

Friday August 30, 2019

This week on the AppleInsider Podcast, Victor and William talk about the By Innovation Only September event, Fraser Speirs joins to talk about Chromebooks for schools, and Apple saves the Amazon.

Pixar poster signed by Steve Jobs sells for $31,250 at auction

Friday August 30, 2019

A poster for Pixar Animation Studios' 1995 film 'Toy Story' signed by late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has gone on sale, with an auction for the 'incredibly scarce' artifact raising $31,250 after bidding closed on Thursday evening.

iPhone exploits in hacked websites went unnoticed for years

Thursday August 29, 2019

Researchers from Google's Project Zero security initiative on Thursday revealed the discovery of a collection of hacked websites that for years hosted a series of exploits targeting iPhone models up to iPhone X running the current version of iOS 12.

Plex to offer free, ad-supported content from Warner Bros.

Thursday August 29, 2019

Popular multimedia content platform Plex on Thursday announced a new deal that will see the platform gain access to movies and shows from Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.

Study: Apple Pay at 9% adoption in US, lags far behind PayPal and traditional payment methods

Thursday August 29, 2019

A new study finds Apple Pay adoption is rapidly growing in a number of major international markets including China, but it and other mobile payments services continue to languish in the U.S.

Final day: Apple's new 15-inch MacBook Pro (512GB SSD) drops to just $2,299

Thursday August 29, 2019

Apple's new 15-inch MacBook Pro with a 512GB SSD is on sale for $2,299, a $300 markdown off retail and the lowest price available (exclusively for AppleInsider readers).

Apple's decision to 'break' FaceTime in iOS 6 injured owners of older iPhones, class action claims

Thursday August 29, 2019

Apple is facing another class action lawsuit over its supposed decision to render FaceTime inoperable in iOS 6 as part of efforts to save money on a data services. The strategy allegedly forced users who relied on the video conferencing product little choice but to update to iOS 7, including iPhone 4 series owners whose older handsets strained to run the latest operating system.

Review: Play 'Pokemon Masters' if you have time or money to burn

Thursday August 29, 2019

Pokemon Masters, the newest addition to Pokemon's ever-growing collection of spinoffs and side-games, is finally released. AppleInsider takes a look at it to see if it's a worth picking up, or if you should take a hard pass at it.

Labor Day sales deliver record low prices on 2019 Apple hardware

Thursday August 29, 2019

Labor Day sales are going on now at top Apple retailers, with savings of up to $700 off MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, iMac, Apple Watch and iPad devices. Shop the weekend sales now at Adorama, Amazon, B&H and Best Buy for the best selection and steepest discounts, with prices as low as $199.

South Korean AirPods ad shows wide variety of case designs

Thursday August 29, 2019

A new video on Apple's South Korean YouTube page advertises AirPods and the case by highlighting the wide variety of covers available for the protective recharging accessory, including many that Apple's online store does not currently sell.

Apple's 'By Innovation Only' new iPhone event is on Sept. 10

Thursday August 29, 2019

Apple has revealed the date of its annual September event, the venue of the company's refresh of the iPhone product line, with invitations to the media confirming this year's event will take place on Tuesday, September 10.

Nike Adapt Huarache can be controlled via Siri, Apple Watch

Thursday August 29, 2019

Nike has announced the the September launch of the Nike Adapt Huarache, an athletic shoe that can be controlled with the Apple Watch and Siri Shortcuts.

Nomura predicts poor 2019 iPhone sales, warns over 2020 5G optimism

Thursday August 29, 2019

Apple's 2019 iPhone refresh will be disappointing, according to Nomura Instinet, with financial analysts cutting their estimates to below the Wall Street consensus with the added belief other takes on the 5G-equipped 2020 models are too optimistic.

Reminder: Zello for iPhone is not an actual walkie-talkie, and still needs internet connectivity to work

Thursday August 29, 2019

With Hurricane Dorian approaching the coast of Florida, word is again spreading about "push to talk" iPhone app Zello. However, downloaders should be aware that the app requires not only a solid internet connection, it also needs connectivity to Zello's servers to function.

Editorial: Why iPhone drives the future of mobile silicon and Google's Pixel doesn't

Thursday August 29, 2019

When you upgrade to a new iPhone -- as millions will next month at the unveiling of the "A13" powered iPhone 11 -- you're voting with your dollars for a future driven by advanced new silicon with incredible sophistication. There is no way Apple or any other company could design and manufacture this future without you. The recent history of Google's Pixel Visual Core explains why.

China urges calm as US hikes Mac desktop tariff to 30%, iPhone to 15%

Thursday August 29, 2019

The tariff on Chinese imports that will hit the Mac desktop line on September 1 has been raised to 30% and the one affect the iPhone in December has grown to 15%.