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Archives: February 2019

  1. What it’s like using a 4-inch iPhone SE in 2019

    Apple discontinued the iPhone SE in September when iPhone XS and XR models were released…

  2. Comcast’s Xfinity Mobile phone service uses ‘0000’ PIN, fraudster hijacks phone number and buys a new Mac

    This is a security hole large enough to drive a truck through…

  3. Apple patent application reveals foldable iPhone with self-heating display, lock-out mechanism to protect against cold weather damage

    The foldable smartphone era is in full swing with the recent introductions of the Samsung Galaxy Fold and Huawei Mate X..

  4. EFF calls on Apple to let users truly encrypt iCloud backups as part of ‘fix it already’ initiative

    When data is backed up to iCloud, it’s encrypted so that Apple, and not just the user, can access it…

  5. After using my Apple Watch Series 4, I’m reminded what data can mean for my heart and, by extension, my mind

    It begins seven years ago, when my doctor asks me whether I want to lose my foot…

  6. If Apple does a foldable iPhone, then folding phones will have been done right

    Media around the world is now wondering where Apple’s foldable phone is…

  7. iPad Pro Diary: Ben finally found a reason to have an Apple Pencil

    There are two Apple products I was pretty sure weren’t for me…

  8. Halide unveils Spectre that uses AI to let iPhone users take brilliant long exposures

    Spectre is a computational shutter for iPhone that allows everyone to take brilliant long exposures…

  9. Tim Cook’s Apple vs. Steve Jobs’ Apple

    Apple Inc.’s management oversees a workforce of 132,000, which has more than doubled in size since…

  10. Apple uses Siri Shortcuts to catch up to Alexa, Google Assistant

    While Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant got busy over the past few years creating oodles of new skills and capabilities, Apple’s Siri seemed to be asleep…

  11. After a year with Apple’s HomePods, I’m glad I bought them

    The HomePod is a squat – less than 7 inches high – unobtrusive speaker that, per Apple….

  12. Apple celebrates International Women’s Day throughout March, partners with ‘Girls Who Code’

    Apple is celebrating International Women’s Day throughout March by highlighting…

  13. Apple Watch dominates with 51% global smartwatch market share

    Global smartwatch shipments grew an impressive 56 percent annually to reach a record number of units in 2018…

  14. Apple teams with Adidas: Use Apple Pay and get 15% off for Adidas

    Apple has teamed up with Adidas to offer 15% off Adidas products when you use Apple Pay…

  15. Apple CEO Cook on Health Records privacy: I want to ‘deeply trust’ the ‘people that have my health data’

    The global health care industry is expected to reach $10 trillion by 2022…

  16. Apple autonomous vehicle layoffs provide hints to Project Titan’s direction

    Apple Inc said on Wednesday it planned to lay off 190 employees in its self-driving car program…

  17. Project Titan: Apple confirms layoffs for 190 autonomous vehicle employees

    Apple will lay off 190 employees in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale in its self-driving car division…

  18. Cellebrite, the Feds’ favorite iPhone hacking tool, is selling on ebay for $100 – and it’s leaking data

    hen eBay merchant Mr. Balaj was looking through a pile of hi-fi junk at an auction in the U.K…

  19. Huntington Beach educators mold musicians of tomorrow using Apple products

    At the Huntington Beach Academy for the Performing Arts (APA), production is in full swing…

  20. Lawsuit takes aim at Apple’s cellular devices

    The complaint alleges that all LTE-enabled Apple products, including various iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch models, infringe…

  21. Thunderbolt 3 ‘Thunderclap’ vulnerabilities affect almost all Macs released since 2011

    Vulnerabilities in Thunderbolt has been disclosed by security researchers…

  22. Apple has been working on folding iPhones for years

    The appearance of Galaxy Fold and Huawei’s Mate X has generated a lot of excitement…

  23. Apple removes VoIP app clones from the App Store

    App Store Review Guidelines are very clear when it comes to app duplicates…

  24. When Apple runs the hub, who pays?

    Apple’s role as a hub means different things for different types of companies…

  25. ‘Worst of the bad news’ is behind Apple when it comes to iPhone sales

    Though Apple’s March-quarter iPhone shipments will likely be disappointing…