Apple has a lot of money, which it has accrued over the years from a series of smash-hit, and even record-breaking, quarters where it has sold millions of devices.
Right now, Niantic is celebrating the first birthday of its remarkably popular augmented reality game, Pokémon GO, which means adding a lot of new content.
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Contradicting a report from earlier this week which claimed that Samsung would be the sole supplier of Apple’s A12 chip in 2018, a DigiTimes report claims that its TSMC which will be the sole supplier of A12 chips next year.
An alleged photo of the metallic rear chassis of the iPhone 8 has been leaked on Baidu. The photo of the chassis shows a cutout at the rear below the Apple logo presumably for the Touch ID scanner.
Customers in Denmark, Hong Kong, and Sweden will now be able to pay for iTunes and App Store purchases through their carriers directly without requiring to furnish a debit/credit card or any other payment method.
A looming change in Australia’s privacy law has led Apple to send its top privacy executives to the country twice over the last month to lobby the government against such changes. The proposed law would force tech companies to hand over their encryption keys to the Australian government.
Swiftkey for iOS has been updated by the developers with an interesting addition – emoji predictions. This basically predicts the kind of emoji that would be appropriate depending on the words you type. Google’s Gboard on iOS has a similar feature where you can look for all the relevant emoji by searching for them right on the keyboard. The stock iOS keyboard also has some form of emoji search on board, so this isn’t very new.
By default, when you take screenshots on your Mac, they are saved to the desktop. You can copy the screenshots from the desktop and paste them into a folder, but why do that extra work? Instead, you can save time and easily change the screenshot save location to any folder or create a new folder just for screenshots.
iOS 10.3.3 Patches Broadpwn Exploit That Could Provide Hackers with Complete Control over Your iPhone or iPad
If you have not already, make sure to update your iPhone or iPad Touch to iOS 10.3.3 released by Apple last night. The change log for the update was pretty sparse and indicated that the release primarily contained security patches. Among the exploits that Apple has fixed in this release, one of them was particularly critical and allowed hackers to take complete control of your device.