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Apple Supplier Quanta Signs a Deal with Lumus to Manufacture Lenses for Smart AR Glasses

Apple Supplier Quanta Signs a Deal with Lumus to Manufacture Lenses for Smart AR Glasses

One of Apple’s primary manufacturing partner, Quanta Computer, has reached a deal with AR component maker Lumus Ltd. to make lenses for smart AR glasses.

Apple Marks the 2011 Mac Mini As Obsolete

Apple Marks the 2011 Mac Mini As Obsolete

Starting from November 30, 2017 Apple has marked its 2011 Mac mini lineup as obsolete and vintage. This means that Apple’s service centers and authorized partners will no longer repair the 2011 Mac mini.

iPhone X Adoption Rate Better than iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 7 Plus

iPhone X Adoption Rate Better than iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 7 Plus

The latest research conducted by IHS Markit points to the iPhone X already making up for over 2 percent of the total active installed base of iPhone users within three weeks of the launch of the device. 

Download iOS 11.2 Update With Date Bug Fix [IPSW Links]

Download iOS 11.2 Update With Date Bug Fix [IPSW Links]

Apple released iOS 11.2, the second major update for iOS 11 to the general public last night. It includes new features such as Apple Pay Cash, support for faster wireless charging on iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X with compatible third-party accessories, and more importantly the fix for the annoying date bug that is causing iPhone reboot/respring problems.

Apple Looking to Launch Even Cheaper 9.7-Inch iPad in 2018

Apple Looking to Launch Even Cheaper 9.7-Inch iPad in 2018

After launching the $329 9.7-inch iPad this year, Apple is reportedly considering launching an even cheaper variant of the tablet next year. The report comes from DigiTimes so do take this with a pinch of salt.

Apple Stores to Turn Their Logos Red for World AIDS Day

Apple Stores to Turn Their Logos Red for World AIDS Day

To show their support for World AIDS Day, over 400 Apple retail stores across the world will turn their logos red for next week. Additionally, Apple also announced that for every Apple Pay transaction made at a retail location, in-app or online, it would make a $1 donation to the Global Fund. 

The KardiaBand Is the First FDA Approved EKG Reader for Apple Watch

The KardiaBand Is the First FDA Approved EKG Reader for Apple Watch

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first medical accessory for the Apple Watch made by AliveCor. Led by former Googler Vic Gundotra, the KardiaBand electrocardiogram (EKG) can pair with an Apple Watch and an app to detect abnormal heart rhythm and atrial fibrillation.

Apple’s Design Guru Jony Ive Talks about the iPhone X, Apple Park, More in New Interview

Apple’s Design Guru Jony Ive Talks about the iPhone X, Apple Park, More in New Interview

Apple’s design guru Jony Ive recently discussed the Apple Park, the iPhone X, and more in an interview with Smithsonian Magazine. In the interview, Ive reveals his love for drawing, how he got started with it and an unusual Christmas gift given to him by his dad once.

Apple Temporarily Shutting Down iTunes Connect From December 23 to the 27th

Apple Temporarily Shutting Down iTunes Connect From December 23 to the 27th

Every year, in light of the holiday season, Apple sees fit to shut down iTunes Connect so that it can give its App Store staff a few days off to celebrate.

Apple Launching Free Hour of Code Sessions From December 4 to the 10th

Apple Launching Free Hour of Code Sessions From December 4 to the 10th

Apple executives have never been shy when it come to talk about coding, and how important it is, which is one of the reasons why it promotes the skill in its Apple Stores.