A New York Times report gives us an overview of what to expect from Apple’s ‘Show Time’ event next week. The event will be a star-studded affair as Apple unveils its TV streaming platform and Apple News Magazines services. Apple is working on original content for its TV streaming service and the report highlights the state they are in currently.
Alongside the new 10.5-inch iPad Air and the iPad mini 5, Apple also announced a major update for iWork for iOS that will include improved Apple Pencil integration.
Apple today announced the new iPad Air with a 10.5-inch display and the iPad mini 5 with first-gen Apple Pencil support.
Spotify Hits Back at Apple’s Reply, Says ‘Every Monopolist Will Suggest They Have Done Nothing Wrong’
It looks the fight between Apple and Spotify is all set to go from bad to ugly. Spotify filed a complaint against Apple with the European Commission and released a major PR campaign along with a Time to Play fair website against it for its monopolistic App Store practices. Apple then hit back on Friday morning with a detailed reply in which it accused Spotify of wanting to keep all the App Store benefits for free.
In a major blow to Apple, the federal jury in San Diego has found Apple guilty of violating Qualcomm’s patents and awarded it about $31.6 million in damages. The three patents relate to graphics processing, how a smartphone can quickly connect to the internet once turned on, and the third patent pertains to how app data is moved between the processor and modem.
Apple is reportedly creating a team of strategists to create campaigns for major entertainment industry awards like Oscars and Emmys. Award strategists are the ones responsible to arrange screenings and other publicity events for Hollywood insiders who vote on movies and TV shows that win awards.
Apple always puts a lot of emphasis on privacy in its software, hardware, and in everything it does. To showcase how important privacy is on a smartphone, the company has rolled out a hilarious new ‘Private Side’ iPhone ad.
Apple’s System Status page is highlighting that multiple iCloud services are currently facing an outage.
Apple today announced that WWDC 2019 will take place from June 3-7 in San Jose, California. For the third year in a row, the event will be hosted at the McEnery Convention Center.
The Information reports that Apple has acquired a machine learning startup based in Silicon Valley called Laserlike. The startup was founded four years ago by three former Google engineers — Anand Shukla, Srinivasan VEnkatachary, and Steven Baker.