Apple had a bit of a rough go of it throughout 2018 as far as iPhone batteries are concerned. Whether or not this latest bit of new hire news will actually help with that is anyone’s guess at this point.
Apple has once again started selling the iPhone SE through its online store. The company had stopped selling the iPhone SE after its iPhone event in September last year. This time around, Apple is selling the iPhone SE through its clearance store in the United States.
Add third-party keyboard support to iOS, it’ll be great they said. No one saw mocking SpongeBob coming, though.
Apple Pay is now available from 75 of the 100 top retailers in the United States, which now includes Target, and Apple is posting some new videos to help promote one of the features baked into the mobile payment option.
Apple made a big announcement yesterday, finally bringing in the big box retailer Target into the Apple Pay fold.
Egypt and Apple aren’t exactly seeing eye-to-eye at the time being, but it looks like the country’s Prime Minister doesn’t want to see Apple leave anytime soon.
Delivery robots are all the rage these days, apparently. And while most are finding a home on university campuses in the United States, Amazon has bigger ambitions.
What’s the ultimate luxury these days? Having plenty of places to charge your phone. This 3-Pack of 10-Ft MFi-Certified Lightning Cables aims to make your life easier, and it can be yours for only $32.99 — that’s 67% off the usual MSRP of $99.99 at the iPhoneHacks Deals Hub.
Streaming services are becoming the dominant platform to watch content, splintering off into a ridiculous number of options.
Since November last year, we have seen Chinese security researchers show off an iOS 12 exploit but they never got around to detailing it or releasing it to the public. Today though, Qixun Zhao of the Qihoo 360 Vulcan team has provided a detailed write-up of his Chaos PoC paving the way for a possible iOS 12 jailbreak on pre-A12 devices