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  1. Apple’s Siri could recognize voice patterns for user identification in future hardware

    One product in which such capability is sorely needed is HomePod…

  2. After complaints, Apple replaces their bagel emoji with a new design

    Apple’s bagel emoji has had a makeover…

  3. Sneaky subscriptions plague Apple’s App Store

    Subscriptions have turned into a booming business for app developers…

  4. Apple to Australia: This is no time to weaken encryption; access only for ‘good guys’ is a false premise

    Apple has filed its formal opposition to a new bill currently being proposed by the Australian government…

  5. Apple urges Australian government not to destroy encryption with ‘backdoors’

    Apple has submitted its formal response to a draft bill undergoing debate by the Australian government…

  6. Apple’s iPhone feature that lets blind people see with their fingers

    She could do all of this with the screen turned off – her phone’s battery lasted forever…

  7. Apple secretly acquired Danish visual effects startup Spektral last year

    Even for uber-secretive Apple, the acquisition of Danish visual effects startup Spektral…

  8. 2018 iPad Pro render shows edge-to-edge display, Home button-free design

    Renders shared to Twitter on Thursday are claimed to show Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro design…

  9. Health records on iPhone now available to Medisafe’s nearly 5 million users in more than 150 countries

    Medisafe, a consumer medication management app and platform, today supports Health Records on iPhone…

  10. Around 1 in 5 Android phone owners plan to switch to an Apple iPhone

    Among Android brands, the intention to switch to Apple’s iPhone has grown dramatically while loyalty to Android has softened…

  11. Rituals Cosmetics has migrated its entire business to Apple’s solutions

    Since launching at the turn of the century, Rituals Cosmetics now has over 670 stores worldwide…

  12. Digital Photography Review: Apple’s iPhone XS/Max is a leap forward in computational photography

    The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max feature the same dual-camera and processing hardware…

  13. Roger McNamee: Apple has done extraordinary things to protect user privacy

    Apple is better at data privacy and protection than other tech giants, Elevation Partners’ co-founder Roger McNamee told CNBC…

  14. Apple now blocks iOS app backups, but you can do something about it

    If it hasn’t happened to you already, then some day you’re going to lose an iOS app…

  15. Apple, other tech giants denounce proposed Australian law seeking encryption ‘backdoor’

    Four global tech giants – Facebook, Apple, Alphabet and Amazon – will oppose an Australian law…

  16. What’s new in iOS 12.1 beta 2

    The second beta of iOS 12.1 was seeded to developers alongside betas of watchOS 5.1, macOS Mojave, and tvOS 12.1…

  17. Filmmaker wonders ‘what kind of voodoo’ Apple’s conjuring in iPhone Xs, Xs Max, XR camera system

    I was fortunate to test the iPhone Xs Max with the FiLMiC Pro team in Barcelona…

  18. Apple brings 70+ new emoji to iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac in upcoming software updates

    More than 70 new emoji will be coming soon to iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and Mac…

  19. New hack bypasses iPhone’s lock screen on iOS 12

    A YouTube video posted last week alleges that it’s possible to bypass the lock screen…

  20. Photography expert and Halide developer explores iPhone Xs/Max ‘beautygate’ issue

    Sebastiaan de With, the developer behind popular manual photography app Halide, has been putting the iPhone Xs camera system…

  21. ‘Everyone Can Create’ curriculum now available on Apple Books

    Apple today announced its Everyone Can Create curriculum is now available on Apple Books…

  22. FBI solves mystery surrounding 15-year-old Fruitfly Mac malware

    The FBI has solved the final mystery surrounding a strain of Mac malware that was used…

  23. Apple ‘security loophole’ can expose business Wi-Fi passwords to hackers

    Apple appeals to business, in part, because of its impressive track record on iPhone and Mac security…

  24. Do Apple’s new iPhones have a secret built-in ‘beauty mode’ that artificially smooths out selfies?

    Mr. Bendgate himself Lewis Hilsenteger of Unboxed Therapy decided to switch to using the iPhone Xs Max

  25. Google to allow Chrome users to disable controversial login requirement, but leaves it on by default

    Despite the control, it appears the automatic Chrome sign in will still be the default behavior…

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