Apple released macOS 10.14 Mojave out into the public earlier today, but a newly discovered bypass flaw in the desktop software has already been discovered.
Following on the heels of Apple releasing the latest update to macOS, the company is also releasing a minor software update for the fourth- and fifth-generation Apple TV.
DisplayMate is one of the leading publications when it comes to reviewing and rating smartphone displays, and now it has weighed in with Apple’s newest, and biggest smartphone.
Apple today released the final build of macOS Mojave to the public. The release comes after months of beta testing and numerous under-the-hood changes.
In December of 2017, Apple made the first move to acquire the music recognition service Shazam.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max went on sale last Friday, and now that the handset are out in the wild, new owners are starting to put their handsets to the test. Unfortunately, when it comes to network reception, some aren’t so happy with the results.
Post the launch weekend of the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and the Apple Watch Series 4, reputed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has shared a new note detailing which variant has been more popular among consumers. He notes that demand for the iPhone XS Max is higher than expected, with the device outselling its smaller 5.8-inch variant by three to four times.
The iFixit team has managed to get its hands on the Apple Watch Series 4 and posted a detailed teardown of the wearable. The team calls the leap in design, both internal and external, akin to the iPhone 5: “a device that knows its priorities, and wants to look elegant inside and out.”
The 512GB variant of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are a major profit earner for Apple since the company does not have to make any design changes to account for the higher storage NAND chip. As per Bloomberg report citing analysts, Apple is charging customers significantly more for the 512GB iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max than what it pays its suppliers for the chip.