Earlier this month, there was a report that detailed an exhaustive effort from Chinese spies to integrate specific chips onto servers used by some of the largest companies in the United States, namely Apple and Amazon.
To coincide with the iPhone XR pre-orders going live, Apple has also released two new iPhone XR ads. Both ads are less than a minute long and essentially highlight the various aspects of the iPhone XR.
Apart from accepting pre-orders for the iPhone XR, Apple has also debuted a new Apple Watch wireless charging with a USB-C connector.
In just a few hours Apple will start taking pre-orders for the iPhone XR on its Online store. In preparation for the pre-orders, the company has taken its online store down for a few hours.
Another new report based on the supply chain sources of Macotakara claims that Apple will be switching to USB-C instead of Lightning for its upcoming iPad Pro lineup.
“Journey Sharing” is a feature that the Google Maps team rolled out for Android users last year, which allows for folks to share their real-time location with those they approve.
With the release of iOS 12, Apple introduced Siri Shortcuts, which allows first- and third-party apps to take advantage of voice controls via the personal assistant.
For fans of the third-party Twitter client Tweetbot, the developer behind the app has just issued a software update that adds quite a bit of new to the mix.
Earlier today, Apple sent out invitations for an event that’s taking place on Tuesday, October 30. And now the company has a dedicated landing page for the big day.
The iPhone XR is set to go up for preorder at 12:01 AM Pacific on Friday, October 19, with the public launch happening on Friday, October 26. And while reviews aren’t being published yet, some folks were lucky enough to get some early hands-on time with the colorful iPhone.