Apple has shied away from really upgrading the MacBook Air lineup in a major way recently, but one upcoming change could be the charging port.
Some of the most popular camera apps out there offer a ton of settings for taking the picture-perfect photo, but Microsoft has decided to go another way.
After years of rumors, Xiaomi today launched its first notebook, the Mi Notebook Air. The company will be offering the laptop in two different screen sizes: 13.3-inch and 12.5-inch.
Apple announced its earnings for the third fiscal quarter of 2016 on Tuesday, and they weren’t quite as disappointing as many expected. In fact, thanks to record App Store revenue and a growing install base for iOS, things are already looking up for Apple.
Here are 10 interesting facts we learned during the call.
Users have been facing a lot of issues with the recent jailbreak tool released by Pangu for iOS 9.2 – iOS 9.3.3. We already showed how you can fix some of the common issues of Pangu jailbreak but a more troublesome problem that many users are facing is an error in Cydia that prevents packages from being installed on their device.
Three of the largest banks in Australia have filed a joint application with anti-trust regulators to negotiate with Apple over Apple Pay restrictions and install their own mobile payment application on iPhones. The three banks include National Australia Bank (NAB), Commonwealth Bank of Australia, and Westpac Banking Corp.
With the Pangu jailbreak released for iOS 9.3.3, there are many tweaks in Cydia that need to be updated by developers to support the latest iOS firmware. There’s a growing list of packages that are receiving support for iOS 9.3.3 and now, thanks to developer Ryan Petrich, the popular jailbreak tweak Activator can be added to that list.
Apple’s Q3 2016 earnings may be disappointing from an overall revenue and iPhone sales perspective, but the financial report wasn’t all doom and gloom. One of the standout points was Apple’s Services business which is booming.
iPhone sales declined for the second quarter in a row, but this slowdown in sales doesn’t deter Apple CEO Tim Cook from being optimistic about the hardware and its future. During Tuesday’s earnings conference call, Apple Cook confirmed his enthusiasm for the iPhone, mentioning several signs that point to a positive future, but falling short of divulging details about the company’s rumored iPhone 7.
Apple today announced its quarterly earnings for Q3 2016, which was marred by a year-over-year decline in both revenue and iPhone sales. One positive note in an otherwise stagnant quarter was the company’s iPad revenue, which increased slightly for the first time in 10 quarters.