It has been almost three months since Apple released the first beta of iOS 12. Since then, the company has gone on to release seven more beta builds of the OS, and ahead of the release of the OS in September, it has switched to a weekly beta cycle release.
Ever since Apple launched the iPhone X last year, we have seen a bevy of Android OEMs release smartphones that look very similar to Apple’s offering. However, Motorola is easily going to take the cake with its latest smartphone unveiled in China, the Moto P30. It is the most blatant rip-off of the iPhone X’s design and even puts previous iPhone lookalikes from Xiaomi to shame.
There are a lot of different TV shows available to stream on Netflix, and the service is testing out a way to maximize promotions while you binge away.
The Galaxy Note 9 packs 6GB RAM and an octa-core Snapdragon 845 chip running at 2.7GHz. Then there’s the iPhone X packing 3GB RAM and an A11 Bionic chip which is soon approaching its first anniversary. This should translate into the Note 9 beating the iPhone X handily in benchmarks and real-life use.
Rumor mill DigiTimes claims that Apple will be unveiling an entry-level $1200 MacBook Pro at its iPhone event in September. Alongside its 2018 iPhones, the company will also be unveiling the AirPower at $160, something which it had first unveiled last year when it announced the iPhone X and iPhone 8.
Australian Teenager Hacked into Apple’s Corporate Network; Stored Downloaded Files in ‘hacky hack hack’ Folder
An Australian teenager has pleaded guilty for hacking into Apple’s corporate network where he was able to access and download customer files and data totaling over 90GB.
Earlier this week, a report from Associated Press highlighted how Google continues to track the location of iOS users despite them turning off location history. The revelation led to Google receiving a flurry of criticism, though the company was quick to issue a statement clarifying why it collects location data of iOS users even with ‘Location History’ turned off.
Twitter Talks About Its Decision to Hinder Third-Party Apps in a Blog Post and Leaked Internal Email
In April of this year, Twitter announced that it was making changes to its available APIs, which meant that third-party apps would be impacted the most in a handful of ways.
Apple Maps has been expanding its transit support for quite some time, and it continues to grow in its usefulness.