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Apple’s ‘One Night’ Ad Showcases Photos Taken from iPhone 7 in Low Light

Apple’s ‘One Night’ Ad Showcases Photos Taken from iPhone 7 in Low Light

Apple today released a new ‘One Night’ ad under its ‘Shot on iPhone 7’ marketing campaign. The simple ad consists of photos that were taken by photographers from all over the world in low-lighting conditions for the ‘One Night on iPhone 7’ campaign to show off the handset’s imaging prowess.

Apple Launches ‘Back to Uni’ Promo in Australia, New Zealand and Japan

Apple Launches ‘Back to Uni’ Promo in Australia, New Zealand and Japan

Going back to school is something that Apple still likes to focus on, all over the globe, so it’s no surprise that a new promotion is seeing the light.

Apple Again Requests Indian Government to Sell Refurbished iPhones in the Country

Apple Again Requests Indian Government to Sell Refurbished iPhones in the Country

Despite being refused to sell refurbished iPhones by the Indian government previously, Apple has once again requested the government to consider letting it sell refurbished iPhones in the country. The Cupertino company tabled the request while negotiating terms for setting up and starting an iPhone manufacturing plant in India.

Apple and 96 Other Companies File Legal Brief Opposing President Trump’s Immigration Ban

Apple and 96 Other Companies File Legal Brief Opposing President Trump’s Immigration Ban

Apple along with 96 other companies have filed a legal brief opposing President Trump’s immigration ban. Apple and other tech companies also wrote an open letter to President Trump against the immigration ban, a draft of which leaked last week.

Jawbone Leaving Consumer Wearables Business as Tries to Pivot to Clinical Services

Jawbone Leaving Consumer Wearables Business as Tries to Pivot to Clinical Services

Jawbone, which was once known for selling fitness wearables like UP2 and UP3, has decided to pivot to selling products and services directly to clinics and health providers. The move comes amidst report of the company running out of money. It has also stopped selling and supporting its fitness wearables to consumers due to this.

LG 5K Display Lacks Adequate EM Shielding Leading To Flickering Issues When Placed Near Wi-Fi Router; Company Provides Fix

LG 5K Display Lacks Adequate EM Shielding Leading To Flickering Issues When Placed Near Wi-Fi Router; Company Provides Fix

One of the common complaints from most owners of LG’s UltraFine 27-inch 5K monitor is that it flickers and freezes when placed close to a wireless router. This also leads to the connected MacBook Pro acting weirdly and straight up freezing sometimes. LG has now announced a fix for the issue.

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Apple For Breaking FaceTime in iOS 6

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Apple For Breaking FaceTime in iOS 6

Apple has been slapped with a class-action lawsuit that claims the company forced iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s users to upgrade to iOS 7 by intentionally breaking FaceTime in iOS 6. Apple used peer-to-peer technology for FaceTime calls along with a secondary “relay method” that relied on servers hosted by Akamai. 

IBM And United Airlines Working Together To Create Enterprise iOS Apps For Over 50,000 Employees

IBM And United Airlines Working Together To Create Enterprise iOS Apps For Over 50,000 Employees

IBM today announced that it will be collaborating with United Airlines under its MobileFirst for iOS program to supply the latter with a “robust suite of enterprise iOS apps” that will be used by over 50,000 of the airlines’ front-line employees.

Apple, Google, Facebook and Others Open Letter Opposing Donald Trump’s Immigration Ban Leaks

Apple, Google, Facebook and Others Open Letter Opposing Donald Trump’s Immigration Ban Leaks

Following President Trump’s executive order temporarily banning immigrants from entering the United States, Apple, Facebook, Alphabet, Uber, and other major tech companies are working on an open letter opposing his decision.

Apple Was The Largest Smartphone OEM In The World in Q4, 2016

Apple Was The Largest Smartphone OEM In The World in Q4, 2016

Apple’s record quarter where it shipped 78.3 million iPhones has allowed it to surpass Samsung in becoming the biggest smartphone OEM of the world. Compared to Apple’s 78.3m iPhone shipments, Samsung shipped 77.5 million smartphones.