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Jul 21, 2017 - 05:15 PM UTC — AAPL: 150.27 (-0.07, -0.05%) | NASDAQ: 6387.7539 (-2.2480, -0.04%)

Tag: iOS

  1. Apple’s ARKit will deliver the future of maps

    From crowdsourced traffic data on Waze to Apple’s innovative ‘Flyover’ feature for Apple Maps…

  2. Apple helping Indian Railways to increase train speeds over 600 km per hour

    Eyeing trains speeds of 600 km per hour, the government is working with global technology firms like Apple…

  3. Augmented Reality will change the way we make decisions

    According to research by Goldman Sachs, the virtual and augmented reality industry will become…

  4. iCloud changes put Apple on collision course with overreaching governments

    Apple has consistently argued against laws that would require tech companies to build so-called ‘back doors’ into their software…

  5. iPhone and iPad users: Do not regularly force quit apps by swiping them away, warn experts

    It’s a huge technical advantage that iOS holds over Android…

  6. Apple flies in top executives to lobby Australia’s Turnbull government on encryption laws

    Apple’s top privacy executives have flown out to Australia twice in the past month…

  7. This new Mac utility app lets users wirelessly backup their iOS devices to their Mac

    The new backup solution makes ‘Time Machine’ type backups of iOS devices, allowing dozens of device backups…

  8. Apple’s ARKit is accelerating augmented reality development

    It has been only a few weeks since ARKit was announced, but developers are already…

  9. AirBar proves Apple is right not to make touchscreen Macs

    I used a touchscreen MacBook Air to write this column…

  10. Apple meeting with Australian government to discuss proposed encryption ‘back doors’

    Attorney-General George Brandis will meet with global tech-giant Apple this week…

  11. Ming-Chi Kuo: Apple’s next-gen iPad Pros will be ‘revolutionary,’ offering radical design and user behavior changes

    Apple’s new iPad Pros easily represent the pinnacle of the modern tablet computer today, but…

  12. Why would Amazon want to get into messaging?

    There’s a tendency to give Amazon.com the benefit of the doubt whenever it looks to enter any new market…

  13. Cedars-Sinai pilot uses Apple’s iPad to provide patient with data, control infection in NICU

    A pilot program at Cedars-Sinai hospital is not only using iPads to relay vital information…

  14. Apple CEO Tim Cook unveils new emoji, including breastfeeding mom, hijab, blue genie, and more

    You can say a lot with an emoji — and you’ll soon be able to say even more…

  15. Former Apple exec: The pipeline that Steve Jobs started is over, Apple has fundamentally changed

    Samsung Electronics Co.’s newest flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8, grew longer, slimmer and…

  16. Amazon looks to go after messaging with ‘Anytime’ stand-alone app and service

    Amazon’s materials claim: “Works everywhere. Chat seamlessly across desktop and mobile, iPhone or Android.”

  17. iOS 11’s killer feature: Apple’s ARKit augmented reality platform

    Apple absolutely dwarfs the userbase for Google Tango, Microsoft HoloLens, and every other AR platform…

  18. 10 fascinating things you didn’t know about Apple’s revolutionary iPhone

    As the iPhone celebrates its 10-year anniversary this year…

  19. Led by Apple, the augmented reality boom will transform smartphones and business

    An important transformation is about to get under way…

  20. The enterprise upgrade cycle has never looked better for Apple

    You’d be surprised how many of the computers out there still run Windows XP…

  21. Why augmented reality on the iPhone will leave Google’s Android sucking fumes

    At WWDC this year, Apple unveiled ARKit, a new suite of developer tools and frameworks…

  22. U.S. Customs can search phones but not data stored solely in the cloud

    If you’re entering or exiting the US anytime soon, take note…

  23. How to best arrange your iPhone apps, one icon at a time

    In the 10 years since the iPhone launched, I’ve never really settled on a way to arrange…

  24. Commitment to user privacy complicates Apple’s push into artificial intelligence

    To build and run machine learning services you need computing power and data, and the more you have of each the more powerful your software can be…

  25. Apple’s billion devices provide a massive augmented reality edge over Google

    Later this year, Apple Inc. will put augmented reality software in as many as a billion mobile devices…

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