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Apple Boosts Mac Trade-In Values up to $2,500

Apple Boosts Mac Trade-In Values up to $2,500

If you’ve got a Mac that you want to trade-in, whether to get a new machine or just to offload some hardware, Apple has just boosted Mac trade-in values.

GymKit for Apple Watch Now Available in the United States

GymKit for Apple Watch Now Available in the United States

At WWDC this year, Apple announced watchOS 4 for the Apple Watch with GymKit framework which allowed the smartwatch to talk to compatible gym equipments. Now, with the release of watchOS 4.1, Apple has finally released GymKit to the public but for now, there’s only one gym in the United States that supports it. 

Apple Acquires Shazam

Apple Acquires Shazam

A rumor recently suggested that Apple was working on one of its largest acquisitions to date, suggesting the company was ready to acquire the music recognition service Shazam very soon.

Apple is Trying to Delay New Import Taxes in India on Some Mobile Components

Apple is Trying to Delay New Import Taxes in India on Some Mobile Components

Apple has been working to expand its presence in the Indian market for years, with some major headway finally happening this year.

Save $250 on iPhone X at Best Buy’s Apple Shopping Event

Save $250 on iPhone X at Best Buy’s Apple Shopping Event

If you missed the deals on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, then don’t worry, you can still get an iPhone X for cheap at Best Buy’s Apple Sales Event.

Apple Releases Turi Create Machine Learning Framework for Developers on GitHub

Apple Releases Turi Create Machine Learning Framework for Developers on GitHub

To make it easier for developers to build machine learning models, Apple has shared its Turi Create framework on GitHub. Turi Create is aimed at helping simplify the development of custom machine learning models for novice developers.

Jony Ive Returning to Take Control Back of Apple’s Design Team

Jony Ive Returning to Take Control Back of Apple’s Design Team

A little over a couple of years ago, Jony Ive, a name known for commanding Apple’s design teams, handed over managerial duties to take on a new role with the company.

Apple’s Phil Schiller is Not a Fan of Competing Facial Recognition Features

Apple’s Phil Schiller is Not a Fan of Competing Facial Recognition Features

When it comes to talking about products out in the real world, Apple executives aren’t ones to mince words. Especially when folks bring up competing products.

Apple to Start Selling Products Officially through Lazada in Six Southeast Asian Countries

Apple to Start Selling Products Officially through Lazada in Six Southeast Asian Countries

Apple has announced a partnership with online retailer Lazada which will give consumers in six Southeast Asian countries peace of mind that they are buying genuine Apple products. Since the Apple Store is not available in most Southeast Asian countries, consumers are always at the risk of getting counterfeit products when buying online.

Apple’s Latest Entry in its Machine Learning Journal Focuses on Privacy and Search

Apple’s Latest Entry in its Machine Learning Journal Focuses on Privacy and Search

Ever since Apple published its dedicated site for its machine learning journal, the company, and the teams within, have been publishing interesting insights into how certain elements work.