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Apple Maps Outage Reported As Search and Directions Feature Fail to Work for Many

Apple Maps Outage Reported As Search and Directions Feature Fail to Work for Many

Apple Maps users are reporting a partial service outage as they are unable to use the mapping service to request a route from one location to another.

Apple Releases New ‘Behind the Mac’ Ad Campaign

Apple Releases New ‘Behind the Mac’ Ad Campaign

Apple today released a new Mac ad campaign titled “Behind the Mac.” The series of ads highlight how various creators use Macs in their daily life to create content. In total, Apple is highlighting the real story of 12 creators who use Mac to create music, solve problems, create content, and more. 

The Apple TV App in Canada Now Supports Live Sports Coverage

The Apple TV App in Canada Now Supports Live Sports Coverage

Last year, the Apple TV app, which serves as a one-stop shop for a variety of content, added the ability to follow live sports coverage from a variety of different leagues across the globe.

Grayshift Says Apple’s USB Restricted Mode is ‘Already Defeated’

Grayshift Says Apple’s USB Restricted Mode is ‘Already Defeated’

A company like Apple creates something, maybe even tries to secure it right out of the gate, but it’s just a matter of time before a workaround is discovered and the company is forced to make changes to patch the holes.

Valve Releases New Steam Link Beta for iOS and Apple TV [Updated]

Valve Releases New Steam Link Beta for iOS and Apple TV [Updated]

Despite Apple not releasing the Steam Link app for iOS on the App Store citing business conflict, Valve has not given up on the app as it has released a new beta of the app on TestFlight. The new beta is not accompanied by any changelog so it is unlikely that Valve has made any major changes to the app with this release.

Apple Will Close ‘Technological Loophole’ That Law Enforcement Uses to Access iPhones

Apple Will Close ‘Technological Loophole’ That Law Enforcement Uses to Access iPhones

Apple bills itself as a company that cares about security and user privacy, and it has banked its ongoing efforts on that vision.

Apple Watch Series 3 With LTE Now Available from C-Spire and U.S. Cellular

Apple Watch Series 3 With LTE Now Available from C-Spire and U.S. Cellular

The Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE launched with plenty of support from the major wireless carriers in the United States, but for folks on the regional offerings across the U.S., support simply wasn’t there.

New App Store Privacy Guidelines Could Allow Apple to Remove Facebook’s Onavo VPN App

New App Store Privacy Guidelines Could Allow Apple to Remove Facebook’s Onavo VPN App

A report from earlier today detailed how a change in App Store guidelines will prevent applications from creating and harvesting a user’s contact database. However, the new guidelines might just also allow Apple to remove Facebook’s VPN app Onavo Protect from the App Store as well.

Apple Support for iOS Expands to 20 New Regions, Adds Support for New Languages

Apple Support for iOS Expands to 20 New Regions, Adds Support for New Languages

Apple today released an update for the official Apple Support app for iOS, which brings the app to even more countries across the globe.

New App Store Rules Crack Down on Apps Accessing a User’s Contacts Databases

New App Store Rules Crack Down on Apps Accessing a User’s Contacts Databases

It isn’t a secret at this point that Apple has a focus on security for its users, and it extends now to how third-party apps access an individual user’s contacts database.