When it comes to location sharing features, Snapchat has faced some criticisms. But the company is looking to change that with one new feature.
The Jury Has Sided With Apple in Patent Trial With Samsung, Awards the Company $539 Million [Updated]
Apple and Samsung have been going to court for years now, especially in regards to a long-standing battle over patents and the iPhone design.
Instances of exposed customer data are not rare anymore, and even T-Mobile has fallen victim to the issue.
Smart speakers are a pretty common element in a lot of homes now, with a lot of trust being put into these connected devices.
All the cool kids on the block have their own streaming TV services these days, but it looks like Verizon might be following in Apple’s footsteps despite all that as it appears to give up on its own streaming TV option.
The iMac Pro is a powerful all-in-one machine, but it also comes saddled with a pretty high price tag. So if you have been waiting to pick one up with a slight discount, Apple may have a solution.
Remember the Touch Disease? The iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus were known to bend easily which ended up creating issues with the display of their device. Apple never publicly acknowledged the issue but it did launch a repair program for the Touch Disease. Now, internal documents obtained by the Motherboard confirm that Apple knew the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are more likely to bend than the iPhone 5s.
A patent application from Apple published by the US Patent & Trademark Office possibly hints at Siri getting smarter to power the next version of the Do Not Disturb While Driving feature found in iOS 11. Apple first debuted the Do Not Disturb While Driving feature in which the OS automatically mutes all notifications when you are driving and also informs the same to the other party.
Over the last few months, a number of iPhone X owners have taken to Apple’s support forums and Reddit to complain about the camera lens on their handset cracking easily. Worse, these users complain that Apple is refusing to fix their device under warranty and instead wants them to pay the full device replacement cost.