It has been 10 years since Apple launched the App Store, and, since then, what started as a digital storefront that led to a lot of questions about native apps or web apps, eventually became the default for smartphones and other mobile devices.
Long before Apple executives took the stage in June to kick off this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, there were rumors swirling around that the company was planning on talking about a lot of stuff, including some key changes to its major software platforms and unveiling new hardware.
Late last week, and seemingly out of the blue, Apple officially acknowledged that a “small percent” of MacBook and MacBook Pro keyboards out there in the wild are prone to issues, and, as a result, the company launched a repair program for the problems. According to the company’s official landing page for the program, the company confirms that some owners may experience the following:
Before the start of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference, there was expectations that we were going to see a lot of new hardware.
The keynote for this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference was pretty low-key for the most part.
Finding a computer you want to use is a very personal search. You’re looking for certain elements, whether it’s specific specifications, features, pricing, or something else entirely, you navigate bullet points on spec sheets and feature lists until something you want to throw your money at. For me, personally, it really does come down to the keyboard experience.
Later this year, Apple is widely expected to three new iPhones, just like last year. But unlike last year, Apple may launch two flagship models this year.
Ever since Apple launched the iPhone, it has been fascinating to see it come out with next-generation iPhones that have been more powerful, but at the same time have become thinner.
The rumor mill is working overtime recently as it tries to churn out news regarding not just one new iPhone, and not even three new iPhones, but four.
Apple’s first smart speaker, the HomePod, was first announced late last year, and Apple went out of its way to make sure that potential customers knew what they were getting: A speaker that also has Siri in it. Apple’s focus on the marketing, even after the device’s launch, has been about sound and not so much about anything else. Yes, Siri does get used in at least one ad, but even in that case the HomePod’s sound quality is supposed to be the star of the show.