iCloud data for Chinese accounts moved to servers belonging to state-owned China Telecom

A second change to the way iCloud data is stored for Chinese iCloud accounts has raised further concerns about the ease with which the government could access sensitive information. Apple has confirmed a report that data has now been moved to servers owned by China Telecom, a state-owned company … more… … [Read more...]

Apple 15-inch 2.9GHz MacBook Pro review: A laptop that pro app users will love

Since its introduction in 2016, the MacBook Pro as we know it today has produced mixed reactions from its users. People love the combination of size, weight, and performance. But there are legitimate issues that make people hesitate or even regret buying a MacBook Pro: keyboard problems, the need to find ways to work with its Thunderbolt 3/USB-C … [Read more...]

How today’s Apple has thrown out its old rulebook

When Steve Jobs came back to Apple in 1997, he didn’t like what he saw, so he set about changing the corporate culture. A decade later, one proof of his success was the fact that the company seemed to follow a rulebook, largely behaving with a consistency that allowed those of us who covered the company to react to wild rumors with phrases like … [Read more...]

15-inch MacBook Pro with Core i9 Processor Suffers From Serious Thermal Throttling Issues

Last week, Apple surprised everyone by launching a refresh of its MacBook Pro lineup. The 15-inch variant was of particular note since the top-end model now featured a powerful 6-core Core i9 processor thereby making it the perfect laptop for prosumers. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Samsung’s Latest Ad Makes Fun of iPhone X’s Slower LTE Speeds, Genius Bar

Samsung is back at it again. The company has released a new ad where it is mocking Apple’s latest iPhone — the iPhone X — for its slow LTE download speeds when compared to the Galaxy S9, its latest flagship handset. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

2018 iPhones Will Come Bundled with 18W USB-C Charger; Not Sold Separately at Launch

Rumors indicate that Apple will be bundling an 18W USB-C fast charger with the 2018 iPhones. The charger has also leaked in 3D renderings and real-life photos thereby confirming that it is indeed real. A new report now provides more details about the fast charger and says that Apple will not be selling it independently at first. Continue … [Read more...]

Samsung touts Galaxy S9 LTE speeds, mocks iPhone X and Genius Bar in new ad

Samsung is back today with its latest Apple-bashing ad for its Galaxy S9 flagship. This time around, the ad takes it straight to an Apple Store, where a customer inquires about the difference in LTE speeds between the iPhone X and Galaxy S9… more… … [Read more...]

Hands-on: iOS 12 beta 4 changes and features [Video]

The fourth iOS 12 developer beta was released earlier today for iPhones and iPads, and we’ve compared it with the previous beta to help identify new changes and features. Watch our hands-on video comparison for the lowdown. more… … [Read more...]

2018 iPhone 18W USB-C fast charger may not be sold separately at launch, limited to new iPhone purchases

A report last month suggested that Apple this year will bundle USB-C charge cables with the iPhone for the first time, including a USB-C charging block. Now, Macotakara reports that while the new 18W USB-C fast charger will be available with the new iPhones, it won’t be sold separately at first… more… … [Read more...]

New photos detail possible construction of second Taiwanese Apple retail store

Construction of Apple’s second retail store in Taiwan may be well underway, new photos show. The country’s first official Apple store opened in the Taipei 101 skyscraper last June with 130 employees. more… … [Read more...]

Video raises concerns about excessive thermal throttling on 2018 MacBook Pro w/ Intel Core i9

Last week, Apple announced new versions of its 13-inch and 15-inch MacBook Pro models with Touch Bar. Perhaps most notable is the new power that is now available with the 15-inch, including the Intel Core i9 processor. A new video, however, raises concerns about whether or not the MacBook Pro can handle the heat of the i9 processor… … [Read more...]

Macworld’s August Digital Magazine: First look at iOS 12 and macOS Mojave

Every day, Macworld brings you the essential daily news and other info about all things Apple. But staying on top of that torrent of information can be a constant challenge. One solution: the Macworld digital magazine. In the August issue This month we have our first look at iOS 12 and macOS Mojave, including everything you need to know about the … [Read more...]

Apple Stops Signing iOS 11.4 Following Launch of iOS 11.4.1

As is par for the course, Apple has opted to stop signing a previous version of its iOS mobile operating system following the public launch of a newer version. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple stops signing iOS 11.4 following the release of iOS 11.4.1

On the heels of last week’s release of iOS 11.4.1, Apple today has stopped signing iOS 11.4. This means that users are no longer able to downgrade to the previous version of iOS, whether it be for a jailbreak or other reasons… more… … [Read more...]

Instagram says it’s planning non-SMS two-factor in response to SIM hackers

While two-factor authentication has become a necessity, Instagram currently only offers the added security layer in the form of SMS two-factor – which has its own share of concerns. According to TechCrunch, however, Instagram is planning to rollout non-SMS two-factor authentication… more… … [Read more...]

iOS 12: Apple makes fourth beta release available to developers

Apple both sets trends and chases them, and iOS 12, unveiled Monday at the WWDC keynote, is no exception. With this release, Apple is focusing on performance improvements and enhancements, even for older devices. The company is also making important changes to augmented reality that will enable new experiences; improving Siri, FaceTime, and the … [Read more...]

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