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This Malicious Link Will Freeze and Crash Messages App on iOS and macOS

This Malicious Link Will Freeze and Crash Messages App on iOS and macOS

A malicious link is being shared on Twitter opening which on an iPhone, iPad or Mac is leading to freezing or respring issues.

J.J. Abrams is Shopping a Sci-Fi Drama to Apple and HBO

J.J. Abrams is Shopping a Sci-Fi Drama to Apple and HBO

Despite the fact that Apple has already landed some big-name projects for its original content initiative, the work continues.

Catcher Accused of Violating Apple Supplier Standards

Catcher Accused of Violating Apple Supplier Standards

Catcher is one of many companies that work within the Apple supplier chain, and the Chinese company has been accused of breaking several different Apple supplier standards related to working environments and living situations.

Apple’s WebKit Team Launches Speedometer 2.0 with Numerous Improvements

Apple’s WebKit Team Launches Speedometer 2.0 with Numerous Improvements

Apple has released the second iteration of Speedometer, which is a tool designed to test the web app responsiveness. Apple launchedĀ Speedometer in 2014, and this new version comes with a handful of changes on board to help the developers test their browser engines.

Chinese Consumer Group Latest to Seek Answers from Apple for Slowing down Older iPhones

Chinese Consumer Group Latest to Seek Answers from Apple for Slowing down Older iPhones

A Chinese consumer group, Shanghai Consumer Council, is the latest to be added to the list of government regulatory bodies seeking questions from Apple over slow down of older iPhones due to degrading batteries.

Apple and Tencent Solve Differences as Tipping Feature Set to Return to WeChat

Apple and Tencent Solve Differences as Tipping Feature Set to Return to WeChat

Apple and Tencent have solved their differences and reached a deal that will allow WeChat users in China to once again start sending tips to creators from within the app.

Apple Now Facing Lawsuit Over Spectre and Meltdown in the United States

Apple Now Facing Lawsuit Over Spectre and Meltdown in the United States

As should be expected, the Spectre and Meltdown hardware vulnerabilities that affect every major processor out there in the wild caught fire leading into 2018, and customers with plagued devices are not happy about the inherent security concerns therein.

In a First, iPhone Health Data Used to Re-Enact and Confirm Murder Scene

In a First, iPhone Health Data Used to Re-Enact and Confirm Murder Scene

Apple’s Health app acts as a central hub for all the health data collected by one’s iPhone and Apple Watch. Apple’s intention with this data is to show users how active they are throughout their day and keep a track of their physical activities. In a first now, the data recovered from the Health app has helped the police in providing crucial evidence related to a crime.

Apple’s MacBook Pro Lineup Unlikely to See Any Major Upgrades in 2018

Apple’s MacBook Pro Lineup Unlikely to See Any Major Upgrades in 2018

If you were hoping to see Apple make a major update to the MacBook Pro lineup this year, prepare to be disappointed. A report fromĀ DigiTimesĀ claims that Foxconn has received a large number of MacBook orders from Apple. The Cupertino company has deviated from its usual supply-chain route of giving most of its MacBook orders to Quanta Computers.

Apple Releases Two New iPad Pro Ad Highlighting Apple Pencil and Augmented Reality

Apple Releases Two New iPad Pro Ad Highlighting Apple Pencil and Augmented Reality

Apple has released two new iPad Pro ads today titled “Augmented Reality” and “Take Notes.” The 15-second ads are a part of the iPad Pro advertising campaign that Apple first started last year.