Earlier this year, Apple officially announced its newest product: A smart speaker called HomePod. And while the company announced plenty of details, there are still some unanswered questions.
One of the things Apple was called out for, despite launching the Apple TV 4 with a ton of new features, was the fact it didn’t support 4K content, let alone High Dynamic Range.
The iPhone 8 has been consistently rumored to drastically reduce the bezels on the upcoming flagship handset for months now, with plenty of corroborating reports to help.
Let me get this out of the way first: This is going to be an article about a certain issue I encounter on a daily basis with a product that I really like, which makes it all the more frustrating.
Yesterday, Apple announced that it is phasing out the iPod nano and shuffle. Additionally, it also updated the storage options for the iPod Touch and now offers it in only 32GB and 128GB variants.
Previous reports have made it clear that LG Display is looking to set up OLED factories to cater to the demand from various smartphone OEMs. The company will reportedly be investing up to $13.5 billion to set up its OLED factory. However, that investment alone would not be enough and analysts predicted that the company would require financial support from an external party in setting up the factory.
A couple of months ago, Apple and Nokia announced that they have settled their patent dispute and entered into a multi-year licensing and business cooperation agreement. In their announcement, none of the parties revealed the details of the agreement or the amount of money involved in settling the dispute.
In 2015, Apple announced that it would be spending $2 billion on setting up new data centres in Ireland and Demark. Soon after the announcement, the company’s move was met with criticism from local citing environmental concerns.
CustomPlay, a Florida-based company, has filed a lawsuit against Apple for infringing on one of its patents. The company claims that the rewind close captioning feature which Apple debuted with the fourth-generation Apple TV in tvOS is a rip-off of its “What?” feature.
At Def Con 25, the world’s longest running and largest underground hacking conference, Hacker Max Bazaliy of the Fried Apple Team has demonstrated a jailbreak for the Apple Watch 3 running watchOS 3. While the Apple Watch has been on the market for more than a couple of years now, a jailbreak has never been demonstrated publicly for it before.