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  1. Apple’s iOS 11.4 is killing iPhone battery life

    For iPhone users, it looks like iOS 11 will end up being a mess until the very end…

  2. Apple employees voice frustration with work culture under Tim Cook

    Apple employees are voicing growing discontent for the workplace under boss Tim Cook…

  3. WWDC 2018: What to expect in iOS 12

    Apple’s WWDC developer conference takes place next month…

  4. Apple delays major macOS Server upgrade

    Back in January, Apple published a document detailing changes that were coming to macOS Server…

  5. Apple to prevent Siri from reading hidden notifications on lock screen in upcoming update

    Apple has confirmed it will fix a privacy issue in which Siri can read aloud hidden lock screen notifications…

  6. Oops! Siri will read hidden lock screen notifications from third-party apps to anyone

    As of iOS 11, you can set message notifications to be hidden on your Lock screen…

  7. iOS 11 is such a bugfest that Apple gave one an unintended cameo in latest iPhone X ad

    You’re not alone, and the bugs are now so commonplace that Apple didn’t even spot the cameo appearance of one in its latest ad for the iPhone X…

  8. Why has Apple’s reputation plummeted?

    When a company falls 24 places in a reputation survey, you know something is wrong…

  9. Apple tumbles 24 spots – from 5th to 29th – in Harris Reputation Poll

    Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google corporate brands dropped in an annual survey…

  10. Apple’s strategy for iOS and macOS: Take more time to squash the bugs, unify iOS and Mac apps

    The next sweeping iOS update, codenamed ‘Peace’ and likely to be called iOS 12, will include a number of…

  11. Apple shakes up software development strategy to focus on quality

    Apple’s annual software upgrade this fall will offer users plenty of new features…

  12. iOS iBoot source code was reportedly leaked by former low-level Apple employee who has more code not yet widely leaked

    On Wednesday, an anonymous person published the proprietary source code of a core and fundamental component…

  13. iBoot leak means it’s time to dump those old iPhones and iPads

    If you’re running an older iPhone or iPad that’s stuck on iOS 9…

  14. Apple: The leaked iOS source code is outdated

    Apple has responded to security concerns surrounding leaked iPhone source code…

  15. Apple took it down via a DMCA, but iOS iBoot code is now in the wild

    Critical, top secret Apple code for the iPhone’s operating system was posted on Github…

  16. iOS source code leak could be the worst Apple’s ever had to deal with

    Apple is used to fighting leaks about its upcoming products and OS releases…

  17. How Apple’s Mac OS X Snow Leopard became synonymous with reliability

    Following the news that Apple had refocused their plans for iOS 12 around stability and performance…

  18. Apple’s iOS 12 could finally fix systemic frame rate issues and interface inconsistencies

    Today’s news about Apple putting new features on the back burner for iOS 12 means that the company…

  19. Apple delays planned 2018 iOS features to focus on reliability, performance

    Apple has shaken up its iOS software plans for 2018, delaying some features to next year in an effort…

  20. Why Apple desperately needs a new Steve Jobs

    Steve Jobs focused on the little details most people simply don’t see, don’t care about, or don’t bother to do anything about…

  21. Apple reportedly has no plans for major updates to MacBook product line in 2018

    Apple is expected to shift a major portion of its MacBook orders to Foxconn Electronics…

  22. Apple CEO Cook chides President Trump Counselor Kellyanne Conway over ‘alternative facts’

    On Tuesday evening, Apple CEO Tim Cook accepted the Free Expression Award at the Newseum…

  23. Who’s going to buy a Mac Pro now?

    Apple has issued a mea culpa over the Mac Pro, telling a number of publications that it’s…

  24. Mac Pro: Why did it take Apple so long to wake up?

    In the nearly 35 years since the dawn of the Macintosh computer, Apple has not been what you would call open…

  25. New Mac desktops coming soon – or never?

    Where are the spring Mac refreshes?

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