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Apple To Soon Open First Retail Store in Taiwan

Apple To Soon Open First Retail Store in Taiwan

Apple has announced on its Taiwanese website that it will soon be opening its first retail store in the country. The 1322sq. meters store will be located in the basement and ground floor of Taipei 101, which is located in the Xinyi District.

New Video Shows iOS 11’s Drag and Drop Working on iPhone

New Video Shows iOS 11’s Drag and Drop Working on iPhone

In the WWDC Keynote, Apple showed the drag and drop feature in iOS 11 working on the iPad. They didn’t say anything about it when it comes to the iPhone. A new video now shows the feature in action on the iPhone. Confirming what we’d heard before.

Apple Will Officially Let iOS Users Tip Content Creators Through In-App Purchases

Apple Will Officially Let iOS Users Tip Content Creators Through In-App Purchases

Tipping content creators has been a common element in regions like China for quite some time on iOS, but, recently, it looked like Apple was gearing up to shut that activity down in one way or another.

New MacBook Teardown Reveals No Major Internal Changes; RAM and CPU Still Soldered

New MacBook Teardown Reveals No Major Internal Changes; RAM and CPU Still Soldered

After posting a teardown of the new 4K 21.5-inch iMac, the iFixit team has posted teardowns of the 2017 Retina MacBook and the 13-inch MacBook Pro with Touch Bar featuring Intel’s latest Kaby Lake processors.

Would You Sacrifice User Privacy for a ‘Better’ Siri Experience?

Would You Sacrifice User Privacy for a ‘Better’ Siri Experience?

Over the last several years, Apple has essentially doubled down on security. That term is overused these days, but it’s apt in this case. They have made a point to reassure customers that their information is safe and that the company doesn’t dig into it on a regular basis. And while Apple is willing to help law enforcement to a certain degree when they want to find their way into a phone, even that assistance only goes so far.

Apple Making HomeKit More Accessible to the Developers

Apple Making HomeKit More Accessible to the Developers

Apple has made some key announcements at the WWDC 2017 keeping the developers in mind. The company yesterday announced that it’s removing some of the restrictions for the development of the HomeKit platform.

A Vintage Pair of Apple Sneakers is Going to Auction for $15,000

A Vintage Pair of Apple Sneakers is Going to Auction for $15,000

Way back in the mid-’80s, and stretching into the early ’90s, Apple decided that launching clothing was a good idea.

Apple Announces 2017 Design Awards Winners

Apple Announces 2017 Design Awards Winners

Another year, another Worldwide Developers Conference, and another opportunity for Apple to dole out some awards for some awesome applications.

You Can Watch The Season Premiere of ‘Planet of the Apps’ For Free For a Limited Time

You Can Watch The Season Premiere of ‘Planet of the Apps’ For Free For a Limited Time

Apple’s first season of Planet of the Apps kicked off last night, distributed through Apple Music.

Apple Offers External Graphics Development Kit Comprising of AMD RX 580 for $599

Apple Offers External Graphics Development Kit Comprising of AMD RX 580 for $599

Apple is finally jumping to the VR bandwagon in a big way and is adding support for it with macOS High Sierra. To develop VR apps and games though, powerful GPUs are required which Apple’s existing MacBook and Mac lineup lacks.