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  1. 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…

  2. 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…

  3. Tom’s Guide reviews Apple HomePod: Great sound, but Siri needs work

    Music has long been part of Apple’s raison d’etre; Steve Jobs drew inspiration from…

  4. Apple: The leaked iOS source code is outdated

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

  5. 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…

  6. 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…

  7. Apple gets support from Lawyers for Civil Justice in fight against discovery sanctions

    In connection with the FTC’s antitrust lawsuit against Qualcomm, Magistrate Judge Nathaniel Cousins…

  8. 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…

  9. 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…

  10. 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…

  11. 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…

  12. macOS update paranoia and when will Apple’s APFS finally work on Fusion drives?

    Apple’s promised fix for the inability to convert a Fusion drive to the Apple File System (APFS) is MIA…

  13. EU fines chipmaker Qualcomm $1.2 billion for paying Apple to shut out rivals’ chips

    U.S. chipmaker Qualcomm was hit with a 997 million euro ($1.23 billion) fine by EU antitrust regulators…

  14. Inventec begins initial shipments of Apple’s long-awaited HomePod

    Inventec Corp, one of the two assemblers for Apple Inc’s HomePod, has started shipping the US company’s…

  15. Apple’s indirect presence fades from CES

    I want to make an observation, which I feel is an important one…

  16. FBI forensic expert blasts Apple ‘jerks’ for encrypting iPhones

    Ever since Apple made encryption default on the iPhone, the FBI has been waging a war against encryption…

  17. Yet another macOS High Sierra bug: Unlock App Store system preferences with any password; another one Apple should have caught

    Less than two months ago, Apple users discovered a bug in macOS that allowed anyone…

  18. Alexa is killing Siri at CES 2018, and HomePod, if it ever ships, isn’t going to make a difference

    When Siri launched in beta form back in 2011…

  19. Apple’s delayed HomePod comes with raised expectations and stiffer competition

    Late last year, Apple announced that it would delay the promised release of its HomePod…

  20. Apple product delays have more than doubled under CEO Tim Cook

    As Apple Inc.’s longtime chief operating officer, Tim Cook was known for ensuring that new products…

  21. Benchmark shootout: iMac Pro with Pro Vega 56 GPU versus optional Pro Vega 64

    So should you buy the iMac Pro with the Pro Vega 56 GPU?

  22. Apple sanctioned in Qualcomm FTC case for withholding documents

    A judge granted sanctions against Apple Inc. for dragging its feet in turning over documents…

  23. At Tim Cook’s Apple, Steve Jobs is long gone, and so is the ‘it just works’ ethos

    Isn’t a caretaker CEO’s No.1 priority, you know, to take care?

  24. How pros are already using Apple’s powerful iMac Pro

    Apple’s goal with professional hardware has always been to inspire creatives and developers to produce new things…

  25. macOS quality as measured by Apple’s update release rate

    There’s a lot of chatter out there that High Sierra is potentially the worst macOS release ever…

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