Over the last several weeks, Apple has been seeding beta versions of iOS 10.3.2 and macOS 10.12.5, preparing for a public launch.
It is almost impossible to think about our lives without the top 5 technology companies: Apple, Amazon, Alphabet (the parent company of Google), Facebook and Microsoft.
Google is reportedly planning on bringing Google Assistant to iOS. The company will be doing this by launching a standalone app for the OS. It is expected that the announcement will be made by the company at its I/O conference later this week.
Apple recently acquired a ‘Dark Data’ machine learning company called Lattice Data for $200 million. The company is known for using AI to convert unstructured ‘dark’ data into more usable and structured data.
When you buy a second-hand iPhone from somewhere, there’s always a lingering doubt about its history. What if it was stolen and belonged to someone else originally? Apple initially offered a tool which helped customers ascertain if an iPhone belonged to someone else. However, it’s no longer available and has mysteriously disappeared. So what are your options now?
Earlier this month, Apple’s CEO Tim Cook had announced an Advanced Manufacturing Fund with a $1 billion investment to help fuel innovation among American manufacturers. Today, Apple announced that Corning, known for their Gorilla Glass, will be the first company to benefit from the fund with a $200 million investment
Sleep scientist Roy J.E.M Raymann who worked on Apple’s Night Shift and Bedtime features has left the company to work for SleepScore Labs. At the new company, Raymann will be the Vice President of Sleep Science and Scientific Affairs.
With iPhone 8’s launch reportedly on track for September, TSMC has started production of Apple’s A11 processor on its 10nm fabrication process.
In March this year, the US government enacted a new policy to ban passengers from using and carrying tablets, laptops, and other electronic devices in cabin baggage while flying to the country from eight middle eastern countries. Now, a CBS News report claims that The Department of Homeland Security is considering expanding the device ban to all flights coming to the US from Europe as well.
Apple is making a key change for some iBooks Store shoppers and sellers in a variety of different markets in South America and Europe.