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  1. Apple acquires Canadian augmented reality headset startup Vrvana

    As Apple reportedly ramps up work to ship an augmented reality headset in 2020…

  2. Apple’s iMac Pro could include mobile connectivity for ‘always on’ theft protection

    Even the cheapest iMac Pro costs $4999 and is thus far more expensive than any other iMac model…

  3. Apple’s new ad is a pointed riposte to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s iPad crack

    It was a nothing comment, the gentlest of ribbings…

  4. Use your iPad Pro as a digitizer for your Mac with Astropad Studio

    I already have an excellent pen-based touchscreen device: an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil…

  5. Why does iMac Pro have an Apple A10 Fusion chip inside?

    According to some digging into Apple’s ‘BridgeOS 2.0’ code and macOS this weekend…

  6. Why Apple’s ‘What’s a computer’ just demolished Microsoft’s ‘real computer’ worldview

    Yesterday was strange. I opened Twitter and saw a remarkable juxtaposition of story links…

  7. What I learned after downloading every one of Apple’s iPhone App of the Day for a month

    Apple wants to bring some of that excitement back to the iPhone of 2017…

  8. Apple working on rear-facing 3D time-of-flight sensor for 2019 iPhone

    Apple Inc. is working on a rear-facing 3-D sensor system for the iPhone in 2019…

  9. What problems will Apple’s AR glasses need to solve?

    Apple is developing AR glasses, and an OS to make them useful…

  10. How to use a virtual home button instead of the iPhone X’s gestures

    I’ve got no problem with the iPhone X’s new home indicator and its swiping gestures, but…

  11. Apple’s Clips introduces Selfie Scenes for immersive, 360-degree selfies on iPhone X, Star Wars content, and more

    Apple’s app update also features new artistic effects, redesigned ui and Star Wars content…

  12. London School of Economics: Why the iPhone X matters to Apple

    Apple is one of the world’s most valuable and richest firms…

  13. People are doing amazing things with Apple iPhone X’s Animoji

    If you’ve been on social media in the last couple of days, chances are you’ve seen a glimpse of an Animoji…

  14. Steven Soderbergh’s new, free iOS-only app, Mosaic, promises to change how you watch TV

    Steven Soderbergh’s latest project, Mosaic, is available today for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV, started out of frustration…

  15. Apple’s iOS 11 is now installed on 52 percent of iPhones and iPads

    As of November 6, 2017, iOS 11 is now installed on 52 percent of iPhones and iPads…

  16. Apple working on augmented reality headset running ‘rOS’ to ship as early as 2020

    Apple aims to have technology ready for an augmented-reality headset in 2019 and could ship a product as early as 2020…

  17. Google Pixel 2 XL phones’ oleophobic coatings are already wearing off, leaving behind smudges

    Saying that Google Pixel 2 XL phone has a few issues is an understatement…

  18. Apple says ‘Face With Tears of Joy’ is the most popular emoji in America

    The face topped Apple’s list of the top 10 emoji, ahead of…

  19. App developer access to iPhone X face data spooks some privacy experts

    Apple Inc. won accolades from privacy experts in September for assuring that facial data used to unlock…

  20. Apple upgrades GarageBand for iOS with in-app instrument store and 80s-style drum machines

    A fancy new iPhone’s as good a reason as any to bring a big upgrade to Apple’s free music production service..

  21. Yes, Apple has been categorizing all of your ‘brassiere’ photos for over a year now

    Searching ‘brassiere’ in the Photos app on iPhones categorizes photos featuring bras automatically…

  22. Apple’s iOS continues to attract content apps first, despite smaller unit share

    Developers of content-focused apps that run the gamut from the serious to the superficial have launched exclusively on iOS…

  23. Google Pixelbook? Pfft. Apple’s iPad Pro 10.5 does more for less

    The Chromebook Pixel has enticed me for a couple of years., but after a fair and realistic comparison, it’s being returned…

  24. Google doubles warranty on its slow Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL phones amid screen burn-in, audio flaws

    Google says it is doubling the warranty on its new flagship smartphones following complaints…

  25. Microsoft’s costly Windows fades as business develops a taste for superior Apple solutions

    When given the chance to choose, employees choose to use Apple’s iOS and Mac…

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