Back in December, Apple officially rolled out Apple Pay Cash –the peer-to-peer payment option– within iOS 11.2.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Apple was moving forward in an effort to try and block some protestors from doing their thing at, in front of, or around some Apple Stores.
Apple was honored the most innovative company by Fast Company. They have done an extensive interview with Tim Cook, which gives some great insight into how he and Apple think.
When Apple released iOS 11, it did so with a new built-in SOS feature, which would allow an iPhone owner to quickly get in touch with 911 if the situation were to arise.
Every once in a while, Apple makes some key changes to the App Store, or other general changes for developers, that requires only a quick note put up on its developer page.
Apple is working on a refreshed version of the AirPods which it plans to unveil later this year. The new AirPods will come with an upgraded W-series. The highlight of the new variant will be the ability to invoke Siri by simply saying “Hey Siri”.
A new report by Bloomberg claims that Apple is looking to source cobalt, an essential metal required in the production of batteries for the iPad and iPhones. Although the iPhone battery is manufactured by a third party, its increasing reliance on cobalt, combined with worries about a potential shortage in the future, is reportedly making Apple take this step.
It has not been long since Apple published tutorial videos to its official YouTube channel, but the company is back at it again.
Nuance has confirmed that it has stopped the development of Swype keyboard for Android and iOS. While the development of Swype for Android has already been discontinued, the iOS version will be abandoned soon as well.
Earlier this month, a new software bug surfaced. This one, called “Telugu” was linked to a specific character being sent to an iOS device at first, but it was quickly revealed it also impacted macOS and watchOS devices, too.