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TeenSafe App Leaks Apple ID Credentials of Thousands of Parents, Children

May 21, 2018

HIGHLIGHTS TeenSafe app is found to have leaked user data It reportedly exposed Apple IDs and their passwords in plaintext The vulnerable servers have been disabled TeenSafe, an app that lets parents monitor their children’s text messages, social media, and phone location, is found to have leaked data related to thousands of its users that […]

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Apple is almost a $1 trillion company, but watch out for Amazon

May 13, 2018

Apple is on the verge of becoming the first $1 trillion publicly listed U.S. company, but even if it gets there, it could soon be overtaken as Amazon.com surges from behind. Started in the garage of co-founder Steve Jobs in 1976, the iPhone maker’s annual revenue has ballooned to $229 billion, greater than the gross […]

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Apple is planning to move video subscriptions into its TV app by next year: Report

May 11, 2018

In a bid to take the competition to rival Amazon, Apple is now planning on selling subscriptions to video-streaming services directly via its TV app. Until now, users would download individual apps and subscribe to services such as Netflix, Prime Video, HBO Now and others but Apple is now trying to make its TV app the hub […]

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Apple’s iPhone X is currently struggling with a serious problem

May 9, 2018

This past weekend Apple sent out a new support document to retail stores, as well as Authorized Service Providers, which outlines an update repair process for iPhone X users experiencing issues with FaceID. The famous Face-ID, the 3D-sensing face recognition system, is not quite as perfect as it first appeared to be, as it seems […]

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Investors look to Apple’s cash, services as iPhone sales seen stalling

May 1, 2018

(Reuters) – Apple Inc’s (AAPL.O) multi-hundred billion cash stockpile and stalling growth in services such as iCloud present an opportunity and a concern that some investors hope will be addressed in the company’s quarterly earnings report on Tuesday. The iPhone is by far the biggest product from Apple, accounting for more than 60 percent of […]

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Apple unveils ‘Daisy’ iPhone recycling robot for Earth Day

April 20, 2018

Daisy is part of a broader set of environmental programs from Apple, including a donation to a nonprofit for every used device traded in through the end of April. Apple is looking to an iPhone-chomping robot to help save the planet. On Thursday, the consumer electronics maker introduced Daisy — a new robot in Apple’s […]

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Apple Music appoints new head, hits 48 million subscribers

April 12, 2018

(Reuters) – Apple Inc on Wednesday appointed a new executive to oversee its Apple Music streaming business and hit 48 million subscribers, the company said. Apple said it had appointed Oliver Schusser as vice president of Apple Music and international content. Schusser, who joined Apple 14 years ago, will report directly to Apple senior vice […]

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Apple starting to alert users that it will end 32-bit app support on the Mac

April 12, 2018

Tomorrow at midnight PT, Apple will begin issuing an alert box when you open a 32-bit app in MacOS 10.13.4. It’s a one-time (per app) alert, designed to help MacOS make the full transition to 64-bit. At some unspecified time in the future, the operating system will end its support for 32-bit technology… meaning those apps that […]

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Curves, Gestures May Be in iPhone’s Future

April 9, 2018

Gesture control and a curved body may be in the iPhone’s future. Apple has been experimenting with those features for the iPhone, and they could be ready for prime time in two to three years, Bloomberg reported Wednesday, citing “people with knowledge in the matter.” Gesture control would allow a user to execute tasks without […]

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Apple’s Siri, HomePod and the voice assistant showdown

April 7, 2018

The battle of the smart assistants is intensifying, and while people seem to want to get more from using Siri, people want to turn Cortana off, and Google Assistant isn’t far behind. How can Apple exploit its advantages to push HomePod higher? The battle of the smart assistants continues, and while people seem to want […]

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