After updating to iOS 11, many users have been complaining that GarageBand crashes immediately upon launch or doesn’t open at all. This is a very frustrating problem for those of you who are a frequent user of the app. Luckily, Apple has already acknowledged the issue and “is investigating solutions.”
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The Apple Watch Series 3 was announced back in September and went on sale soon after. For one analyst, the newest wearable from Apple is a pretty big success.
Back in September, there was a growing amount of pressure on Apple to activate FM radio support in its iPhone lineup.
Facebook recently launched a way to order food from inside the app, and now the company is back with another change — all in the name of keeping users in the app for longer periods of time.
Back in 2015, Apple introduced the 12-inch MacBook. A super-thin ultraportable that also introduced a universe where Apple only includes two ports on a computer: One USB Type-C and one 3.5mm headphone jack.
Apple Pay is still expanding, both in the United States and internationally, and one new report suggests two new countries are on the verge of supporting the mobile payment option.
When Apple introduced iOS 11 earlier this year, the company confirmed that indoor mapping would finally arrive for the software, as far as airports were concerned.
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Way back in 2012, the U.S. Department of Justice sued Apple over eBook price fixing. And then, in 2013, $3 credits were issued to eBook buyers due to the subsequent settlement.