Apple is finally selling its own Thunderbolt 3 (USB C) cables on its online store for $39. The cable is 0.8m in length, and is compatible with all Macs, including the new iMac Pro, iMac, as well as the MacBook Pro. The cable can charge devices at 100W and provide DisplayPort output for video.
In a bid to promote its Make in India initiative and encourage more OEMs to produce and assemble their products locally, the Indian government has hiked the import taxes on mobile phones and other electronic devices. On mobile phones, the import duty has been increased from 10 percent to 15 percent.
Security researchers at Alibaba’s Pandora Labs have been able to jailbreak iOS 11.2.1 as well as iOS 11.2 on iPhone X.
The new powerful iMac Pro from Apple went up for sale from earlier today. For now, the powerful yet sleek workstation can only be purchased through Apple’s online store, with most of the models shipping by the end of this year.
Apple has expanded the way to interact with Siri since its inception, and now word is there might be another way coming down the pipe.
Earlier this year, Apple officially unveiled a new analytics feature that would be baked into its podcast app.
While Amazon’s sole purpose is to sell things to people, sometimes it just feels like it’s necessary not to sell some things.
Following the public release of iOS 11.2.1, Apple has begun to move forward with the beta process for the platform’s upcoming update.
Apple has seeded the next developer betas for tvOS 11 and watchOS 4, letting developers get a head start on what’s coming next.