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Feb 11, 2016 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 93.70 (N/A, +0%) | NASDAQ: 4266.84 (N/A, +0%)

Tag: audio

  1. Apple patent application details use of Apple Watch to auto adjust iPhone alert volume

    Apple’s ‘Volume control for mobile device using a wireless device’ patent application…

  2. Apple confirms: iPad Pro has USB 3.0-compatible Lightning port

    Apple has confirmed that the new iPad Pro does support USB 3.0 transfer speeds over its Lightning port…

  3. iPad Pro teardown reveals foam-filled speaker exclosures

    The iPad Pro packs nearly twice the performance of the iPad Air 2, at less than twice the price…

  4. Apple cuts headphone jack, will anger everyone or something

    In its quest to create ever thinner iPhones, iPads and Macs, Apple has obtained a patent to cut the 3.5mm headphone jack…

  5. Apple prepares for even thinner iPhones, files patent application for shaved down headphone plug

    Apple has patented a shrunken-down headphone connector that shaves precious volume off existing 3.5mm and 2.5mm jack standards…

  6. About Apple Music’s audio quality

    Already there are loads of perceptions about Apple Music…

  7. CNN blows it, erroneously claims Apple Music will ‘sound worse’ than competition

    Apple Music will be streaming its tracks at a lower quality…

  8. Apple hires Dolby’s technology chief Mike Rockwell

    Rockwell was CTO of Avid, a company specializing in professional video and audio software…

  9. Apple acquires music plug-in and effect maker Camel Audio

    Camel Audio is known for its range of plug-ins, synthesizers, effects, and sound libraries,…

  10. Is this wearable tech the next big thing ?

    The company’s vision might sound like it’s coming straight out of a Star Trek film…

  11. Apple debuts new wireless Beats headphones for Christmas

    Apple Inc.’s Beats Electronics unveiled new wireless headphones ahead…

  12. FCC document details new Apple-developed wireless Beats Solo2 headphones

    The first Beats product to be released under Apple’s guidance…

  13. Apple reveals new audio system designed for thin devices

    On August 14, 2014, the US Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application…

  14. AAC: Apple’s preferred audio codec

    It seems that almost every day I read something about people not wanting to rip their music in AAC…

  15. Dumping the headphone jack for Lightning and other ways Apple could reinvent headphone tech

    The 3.5mm jack outputs analog audio, and the Lightning port is capable of passing digital audio…

  16. Why Apple may axe the 3.5mm headphone jack

    The folks from Cupertino have added headphones to the list of Made for iPhone devices…

  17. Apple may be poised to kill off the 3.5mm headphone jack

    The Lightning headphones will be capable of receiving lossless stereo…

  18. Apple may ditch analog 3.5mm headphone jack for Lightning to make thinner devices

    A new program designed to allow third-party manufacturers to build headphones…

  19. Apple introduces MFi specs for Lightning cable headphones, iOS software update to deliver support

    Headphones that connect to iOS devices using a Lightning connector instead of the usual 3.5mm headphone jack…

  20. Beats’ sleek, new Solo² headphones promise better quality for a wider variety of music

    Four words: Less emphasis on bass…

  21. Steve Jobs’ long-lost stereo system rebuilt

    Steve Jobs was a closet audiophile…

  22. Apple supplier Cirrus Logic to buy British chip maker Wolfson for $489 million

    Wolfson, an Edinburgh-based company which specialises in audio technology…

  23. Make any speaker in your house wireless with Beep

    Developed by former Google employees, Beep is a Wi-Fi controller…

  24. An audiophile’s guide to OS X

    Vinyl is still the closest to an original recording in terms of audio quality…

  25. Is Google’s Chromecast worth $35 to iPhone and iPad users?

    I ended up picking up a Chromecast and then barely ever using it…

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