Intel has started the production of its next-generation XMM 7560 chipset which would find its place inside the 2018 iPhones. Unlike previous basebands from Intel, the XMM 7560 supports both GSM and CDMA networks and it has been developed entirely in-house by the company. Intel previously used to outsource the production of its modem to TSMC.
Apple today released a new Mac ad campaign titled “Behind the Mac.” The series of ads highlight how various creators use Macs in their daily life to create content. In total, Apple is highlighting the real story of 12 creators who use Mac to create music, solve problems, create content, and more.
Last year, the Apple TV app, which serves as a one-stop shop for a variety of content, added the ability to follow live sports coverage from a variety of different leagues across the globe.
A company like Apple creates something, maybe even tries to secure it right out of the gate, but it’s just a matter of time before a workaround is discovered and the company is forced to make changes to patch the holes.
Up until today, Verizon had two plans offering unlimited data, but now the company has decided a third was a necessary addition.
Despite Apple not releasing the Steam Link app for iOS on the App Store citing business conflict, Valve has not given up on the app as it has released a new beta of the app on TestFlight. The new beta is not accompanied by any changelog so it is unlikely that Valve has made any major changes to the app with this release.
Ahead of FIFA World Cup 2018, Apple has posted five new tutorial videos for the iPhone X related to photography with photography being their central theme. Apple shows in the tutorial how one can shoot panorama, slow-mo videos, take burst photos, and shoot soccer videos on the iPhone X.
Apple bills itself as a company that cares about security and user privacy, and it has banked its ongoing efforts on that vision.
Twitter is one of the most popular social platforms in the wild, and it’s designed to not only keep people connected, but also offer a means to stay aware of real-time events as they happen.
The Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE launched with plenty of support from the major wireless carriers in the United States, but for folks on the regional offerings across the U.S., support simply wasn’t there.