Apple just released the iOS 12 public preview which lets you try the new features coming to the iPhone and iPad this fall. Just expect some bugs. Read more about this at cnbc.com.
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On March 27, Apple’s holding a special education-focused event at Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago. As always for Apple, the invite is a bit cryptic. “Let’s take a field trip,” and “join us to hear creative new ideas for teachers and students,” the invite reads. Beyond pushing
Apple Inc. apologized to customers for software changes that reduced the performance of older iPhones to prevent unexpected shutdowns, while saying the company hadn’t intentionally set out to shorten the life of the products. Aging batteries in the older iPhones contributed to the performance issues after a software update about
Apple has today posted a letter on its website and a technical article in its Knowledge Base apologizing for not being more transparent about how it handles performance on iPhones with older batteries. Last week, Apple issued a statement that made it clear that changes it made a year ago
'It was even simpler than we ourselves had thought.' Bkav Researchers Aside from the challenge of acquiring an accurate face scan, the researchers’ simpler setup outperformed more expensive techniques for attempted Face ID trickery—namely, the ones we at WIRED tried earlier this month. With the help of a special effects
Reports from a few iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus buyers have suggested there could be an issue with the battery inside some of the devices swelling, causing the case of Apple’s new iPhone to split open and expose the smartphone’s internals. Apple has now confirmed it is looking into it, although
iPhone X is rumored to be priced at close to $1,000 and set to be launched on Tuesday at the companys multibillion-dollar new headquarters Apples latest iPhone will be called the iPhone X, according to a leak on Saturday. The name of the phone 9to5Mac. The site reported that two