The analysts are out in full these days, still months ahead of the unveiling of an iPhone 8, putting in their two cents about what they think Apple’s next flagship smartphone may bring to the table.
It has been several months since the iPhone 7 Plus launched, and a few months since Portrait Mode was added to the stock camera.
Earlier in February, Microsoft rolled out support for the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar in Office 2016, but only for those in the Insider Program.
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Sprint has offered an unlimited plan for awhile, but there have been some big caveats in place.
Apple is pushing into the video market with its own content (that it’s releasing through Apple Music), and it’s doing so with rumors suggesting the company has had eyes on multiple major entertainment companies.
While Apple has rallied behind its Retina display for years now, the resolution and pixel density of its flagship iPhone lineup has trailed behind its Android competitors.
On an annual basis, Fortune releases a list of the world’s most admired companies, and, as has been the case for a decade now, Apple’s name takes the crown.
There’s some kind of routine to the arrival of a variety of different food products from McDonald’s, including the Shamrock Shake.
Apple today announced that it will be holding the 28th annual WWDC at the McEnery Convention Center in San Jose this year from June 5-9. The company is returning to the venue after 16 years.