By Karissa Bell2018-06-05 00:30:46 UTC [embedded content] Apple just revealed what’s next for the iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. Today at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple detailed the latest versions of its operating systems: iOS 12, macOS Mojave, watchOS 5, and tvOS 12. The updates included new ways to use Siri, revamps of old apps, and long-awaited features, like Dark Mode for Mac and group calling on FaceTime.
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A Cruise vehicle is spotted in San Francisco.Image: Dllu/wikimedia commons By Sasha Lekach2018-05-21 22:31:59 UTC Last week, Apple’s secretive, self-driving car project got some attention for adding more cars approved for testing in California. But despite the company’s big name and the heightened curiosity over the iPhone-maker’s foray into autonomous vehicles, the winner here is not the company you’d expect. We looked at the past few months of reports from
Solar panels at Apple’s Cupertino headquarters help the company generate clean power.Image: apple By Sasha Lekach2018-04-09 23:42:45 UTC Apple is patting itself on the back for hitting its goal of 100 percent clean energy. All of the tech company’s facilities around the world are powered by renewable energy, Apple announced Monday. That’s stores, offices, and data centers powered from solar, wind, hydrogen, and other clean energy sources. While impressive that
The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus from the back.Image: lili sams/mashable By Monica Chin2018-04-09 22:59:27 UTC iOS 11.3 isn’t even two weeks old, and it’s already causing problems. Specifically, it’s killing touch functionality in iPhone 8 models that have third-party screens. Users who have had their iPhone 8’s screens replaced by shops that aren’t Apple Stores or authorized retailers have been experiencing difficulty using their phones since downloading the
Apple has a plan to fight iOS bugs.Image: dustin drankoski/mashable By Karissa Bell2018-02-13 00:48:16 UTC Apple might finally be ready to take the many bugs that’ve been plaguing iOS more seriously. The company is making a major change to how it approaches software updates that will emphasize reliability and stability over speed, according to a new report in Bloomberg. Bloomberg wrote that Apple’s software head Craig Federighi told engineers last
Image: lili sams/mashable By Raymond Wong2018-01-29 23:28:59 UTC Remember how 3D Touch, the iPhone feature where you press harder into the screen, was supposed to be a very big, earth-shattering, game-changing, deal? Yeah…about that. Apple may finally take the first steps towards abandoning 3D Touch when it releases new iPhones later this year. KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo returned this week with another research note (via MacRumors) for Apple investors.
245 Shares Apple CEO Tim Cook.Image: AP/REX/SHUTTERSTOCK By Shannon Connellan2017-09-12 00:15:50 UTC Apple’s having, let’s say, a busy week. In the lead-up to its low-key, laidback soiree on Tuesday (plugging leaks where possible), the company has thrown its hat in the ring for Australia’s biggest national debate: same-sex marriage. Apple has pledged support for marriage equality in Australia in an emailed statement sent by its public relations team on Sept.
282 Shares The iPhone 8 will only need millionths of a second to recognize your face.Image: Loris Ravera/mashable By Molly Sequin2017-08-21 22:49:05 UTC The iPhone 8 is expected to launch in September and will likely be packed with a bunch of new hardware including facial recognition technology. Now, a new report from the Korean Herald claims that the facial recognition technology used in the device will only take “millionths of
Holding back the vomit.Image: NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty By Jack Morse2017-06-20 00:05:38 UTC Damn, Tim. You’re not looking so hot. Maybe, and I’m not a doctor, but could it be because you were forced to pay homage to The Great Orange One at the inaugural June 19 meeting of Trump’s American Technology Council? Or possibly, and I’m just spitballing here, you look like you just swallowed a first-generation iPhone simply because you
Image: karissa bell/mashable By Karissa Bell2017-06-06 00:27:08 UTC Apple just jumped head-first into augmented reality. Following months of speculation about what exactly the nature of its ambitions for augmented reality are, the company announced it’s building an AR platform directly into iOS. With ARKit, Apple is for the first time offering developers a suite of tools to make dedicated augmented reality apps for iPhones and iPads. Like other new iOS