Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple Inc.'s next flagship smartphone, dubbed the iPhone 8, will reportedly be the first ever device from the tech giant to sport an OLED screen to better compete with rival devices in the highly-competitive market.
However, it remains unclear if the iPhone 8 would feature a 5-inch screen as suggested by some reports or whether it would sport a larger screen.
Apple is ready to launch a legal action against European Union’s record €13 billion tax demand from Cupertino-based hardware and software major. Apple has been supported by Ireland where the company has based its European operations. Ireland has blamed Brussels of infringing on its sovereignty and has contested against massive tax demand from Apple.
According to a Recode report, tech biggie Apple will unveil its own version of a TV guide at its Mac hardware event scheduled to be held in Cupertino, California, on October 27.
The report has revealed that Apple's own version of a TV guide will live atop the Apple TV streaming box, as well as an app on iOS devices. The guide will give the users the ability to find new shows based on what they watch.
The launch of the TV guide by Apple will basically facilitate users in searching and finding shows and movies across a wide array of apps.
According to a MacRumors report, tech giant Apple has been sending out surveys to MacBook Pro users in recent weeks, asking them the headphone jack and other ports, including the SD card slot.
The questions asked by Apple in the survey hint at the possible removal of the headphone jack on the future versions of the MacBook Pro laptop, especially after the port has been removed on the company’s recently-announced latest iPhones – iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
On Wednesday, September 14, 2016, the Good Morning America show will air a "wide-ranging and exclusive” interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook. In the interview, recorded at a school in Harlem in New York City, Cook will talk to Robin Roberts about AirPods and other Apple products.
The interview to be aired by Good Morning America is apparently the first interview granted by Cook after Apple’s September 7 product launch event, at which the company unveiled its new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handsets, and launched iOS 10, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10.
An alliance that contains over 30 technology companies and telecoms has been joined in by Apple and Google parent company Alphabet. The aim of this alliance is to fight against the automated phone calls. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is heading this alliance, known as Robocall Strike Force. The first meeting on the subject was held in Washington, DC by the independent agency today.
China was not profitable market for the sale of Apple iPhone during previous two quarters. To put the situation into control and bring up rate of popularity of iPhone devices in the most populated nation, Apple CEO Tim Cook arrived in China this week to talk about company’s plan to open a new research center in China in the coming year.
Cook announced the company’s future plan associated with the country during a meeting with Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli. The new research center would require Apple’s engineering and operations teams in China to coordinate.
According to a Reuters report, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a Tuesday announcement that his company has plans underway to increase its investment in China, and to build its first Asia-Pacific Research and Development (R&D) center in the country.
The report has revealed that Cook -- during a trip to China -- made a commitment to Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli that Apple’s first Asia-Pacific R&D center will be built in China by the end of 2016.
Today, Apple has announced new emojis. The iPhone maker has updated more than hundred emojis and even shared a few of them on its website. One of the exciting changes is that new emojis have received more gender options, like new female athletes.
With the latest version of iOS, Apple is making this beautiful addition. In fact, the QuickType word suggestion bar will suggest an emoji on the basis of the word you will type. If you will send only emoji as a message then it will be three times bigger.
A new display technology will be used in the second-gen version of the Apple Watch. The new technology will allow the company to reduce the thickness of the device, making it slimmer as compared to the original version.
In addition, the device is likely to feature a somewhat larger battery, as the new technology slackens some internal space. TPK Holding, the touch panel maker and the component supplier of Apple, revealed that the Apple Watch 2 will incorporate a One Glass Solution (OGS) for the display.
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