iPhone X running iOS 11.1.1 Jailbreak? It has already been done

    A few days ago we were wondering if an iOS 11 Jailbreak will ever happen, well, it already has. Liang Chen…

    Hurricane Irma, iPhone 8, and iPhone X were the most popular search terms on Google in 2017

    According to Google trends, In the consumer tech category, the iPhone 8 and iPhone X were the most popular search…

    The iPhone 8 software and release schedule is causing PANIC at Apple

    Rumors said that Apple is running into production problems with the new editions.  Reliable sources have said Apple is struggling…

    iOS 11.1 Beta 2 – New emojis, bug fixes and improvements – What’s New

    The iOS 11.1 Beta 2 has been released and it features some improvements, bug fixes and a bunch of new…

    Apple Watch 3 LTE – Features, Specs, Price and more

    Apple Watch 3 LTE has been announced last night at the 2017 Apple Event.  Apple announced the Apple Watch 3…

    The 2017 September 12 Apple Event – Everything you need to know

    The 2017 Apple Event will take place in Cupertino and Apple will host the event at the Steve Jobs theater…

    iPhone X – Is it worth it? A few things you should know

    iPhone X is due to be available on the Apple Store soon. Apple has released this year 3 iPhones: iPhone…

    Apple Break Record by Making up 51% of Global Phone Sales

    In the past, it was assumed that Apple had taken the phone market by storm, and most probably sold the…

    Apple Is in a Mad Rush to Buy Diminishing Cobalt Supplies from Congo

    Recent developments have come about via Bloomberg. They’ve recently reported that Apple is seeking to buy long-term supplies of cobalt…

    iOS 11 GM – Features, Improvements, Release Date and more

    iOS 11, a major update to the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, bringing new experiences and hundreds of features…

    Apple News

    Apple revolutionized personal technology with the introduction of the Macintosh in 1984. Today, Apple leads the world in innovation with iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple Watch and Apple TV. Apple’s four software platforms — iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS — provide seamless experiences across all Apple devices and empower people with breakthrough services including the App Store, Apple Music, Apple Pay and iCloud. Apple’s 100,000 employees are dedicated to making the best products on earth, and to leaving the world better than we found it.

    Apple News

    Apple Has Made Over 1,600 Accidental Emergency SOS Calls to Emergency Services

    Since October 2017, the Apple repair facility in Elk Grove, California, has called 911 emergency services over 1,600 times – by accident. Apparently, repair technicians are accidentally setting off the Emergency SOS feature which was added back during the launch of iOS 11. It’s estimated that the technicians are making…

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    AirPods

    AirPods Are Receiving an Update – We Should See a New Model This Year

    According to Bloomberg, the AirPod earphones will be receiving an update – and we could see the new model as early as this year. It’s been reported that Apple is currently working on a refresh of the AirPods, and one of the brand-new features will be better Siri integration. At…

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    Watch

    Apple Had a Heavy Presence at the BRIT Awards, Debuted Panda Animoji Karaoke

    Did you watch the BRIT Awards last night? If so, you may have noticed a heavy Apple presence at the event – both physically and online. There were numerous banners on the Apple Music Browse page and an Apple Music playlist with various tracks by the winners and nominees. The…

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    Apple News

    Apple Is in a Mad Rush to Buy Diminishing Cobalt Supplies from Congo

    Recent developments have come about via Bloomberg. They’ve recently reported that Apple is seeking to buy long-term supplies of cobalt directly from miners. Although Bloomberg has cited an anonymous source, the news of Apple looking to buy cobalt for their batteries makes a lot of logical sense. There’s currently an…

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    Apple Rumors

    Apple Bring Back Their Retro Rainbow Logo in an Entirely New Way

    In an interesting move, Apple has filed a new trademark application for its classic rainbow-coloured logo. Whether or not it’ll be used for future tech products is not yet known, but it’s best to not get our hopes too much – it will most likely only be used for apparel.…

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    Apple News

    Drone Mysteriously Stops Working, Crashes into the New Apple Park Building

    Yesterday we reported that Apple employees were constantly walking into the doors and walls at the new Apple Park campus. Now it seems that not only humans are crashing into it, but drones too. Footage from the well-known drone pilot Matthew Roberts has been uploaded to YouTube and shows the…

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    iOS 11

    Apple Has Just Released iOS 11.2.6 and Here’s What You Need to Know

    Apple released iOS 11.2.6 earlier today, which has been Apple’s eleventh official update to iOS 11 since it launched a few months ago, back in September. The new update comes exactly a month after the last bug-related update, and this one is no different. If you’ve been having issues with…

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    Apple News

    Will the Government Tax Apple and Other Tech Giants and Put the Money Back into Our Pockets?

    Could Apple be taxed and the money rerouted into our own pockets? It could very well happen in the near future. A new idea, known as “Universal Basic Income” which will tax high-earning tech companies, has captured the imaginations of both the general public and Silicon Valley. The idea is…

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    Apple Rumors

    Employees Are Walking into Doors at Apple’s New HQ, Apple Park

    A few days ago, we reported that Apple had their first shareholder meeting at the new Apple headquarters. Now it’s emerged that employees at the Apple Park campus are constantly walking into the walls and doors – which are all made of glass – and in response are having to…

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    iPhone X

    Apple Has Warned Developers About iPhone X App Support

    Developers have been given a warning by Apple today: from April 2018, all apps submitted to the App Store must work with the iPhone X’s Super Retina display. Basically, this means that new apps made by developers must expand to all edges of the 5.8-inch OLED screen. Although Apple has…

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    Apple News

    Apple Break Record by Making up 51% of Global Phone Sales

    In the past, it was assumed that Apple had taken the phone market by storm, and most probably sold the highest amount of phones when compared to other mobile phone retailers. Now, thanks to the researchers at Strategy Analytics, it’s now proven that Apple is a global leader: in Q4…

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    iPhone X

    The iPhone X Plus Will Be Announced in September 2018

    It’s a widely-known fact that Apple iPhone models usually get a sister or brother after the initial release of a flagship phone. For instance, there’s the SE model which is smaller but with strong capabilities, and the Plus model which is essentially a bigger, broader and bulkier version. Seeing as…

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    TV

    Apple Has Released Information About a New Upcoming Drama Series

    We’ve progressively been hearing more and more about Apple’s plans to take on the TV market. The latest news is that Apple is turning and developing Kevin Durant’s life into a drama series, most likely to be streamed via their upcoming service. For those who don’t know, Kevin Durant is…

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    Apple News

    Yesterday’s Apple Shareholder Meeting for 2018 Was Held at Apple Park for the Very First Time

    Apple had its yearly shareholder meeting yesterday morning, in the newly-built, subterranean Steve Jobs Theatre at Apple Park. Although the new theatre is particularly large, it still won’t have enough room for all the shareholders to attend the event. The shareholder meeting is a part of Apple’s annual corporate schedule.…

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    Apple News

    Apple Music Student Discount Offer Expands to 82 New Markets

    Today is the launch day for Apple Music taking on new countries: the tech giant is expanding its digital music service to 82 new markets. 9 markets were launched today, and the three remaining markets are expected to go live on February 26th. Apple is mainly targeting students by offering…

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    iOS Apps

    Subscription Buttons for News Sites Will Now Be Integrated into the Facebook iOS App

    For news websites, such as the New Yorker and the Guardian, digital subscriptions are becoming more and more common. Not only does the subscription model mean publishers can earn money through online content, but it also helps to support the journalism – especially investigative journalism – that they carry out.…

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    Apple Watch

    Apple Has Become One of the Biggest Watchmakers in the World

    When the Apple Watch came out, everybody knew that it’d be a game changer. Not only was the piece of wearable tech aesthetically interesting, but the amount it was capable of was another huge selling point. But now, thanks to out-of-this-world sales of the Apple Watch, Apple has become one…

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    iPhone X

    Apple Released a Tearjerker of an Ad to Celebrate Chinese New Year

    For a long time now, Apple has been trying to attract a larger Chinese market – and with their new ad, they may have just clinched the deal. Apple has released a Chinese New Year ad, shot entirely on the iPhone X, which has already been deemed as a “tearjerker.”…

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    Apple News

    Apple’s iOS Code Has Been Leaked and Uploaded to GitHub

    In a rare piece of news, Apple has had a core component of its iOS code leaked online and uploaded to the code-sharing site GitHub. Vice’s technology site Motherboard reported the information yesterday. What makes this is so interesting – and potentially frightening – is that security researchers and hackers…

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    iOS 11

    iOS 11.3 Beta 2 Has Just Been Released – Here’s What’s New

    If you’re a member of Apple’s public beta testing group, then you’re in for a treat. Apple has just released the second public beta of iOS 11.3. This update comes with a whole new host of features to use, play around with, and test. One big addition to iOS 11.3…

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