The Wall Street Journal reported that 2 members of Apple’s Industrial Design Team have recently left. They also found out that another member of the team is leaving in a few months, in the summer. Here’s what we know. Continue reading 3 Designers Leave Jony Ive’s Design Team
A man in Georgia named Kwamaine Jerell Ford to plead guilty today for hacking Apple IDs of professional athletes and famous rappers. He stole sensitive information and credit card information from these people, and he got caught for doing this. Here’s what we know so far about this security breach.
Continue reading Kwamaine Jerell Ford Pleads Guilty for Hacking Athletes’ and Rappers’ Apple IDs
Many developers believe that the new Apple News subscription service is violating an App Store guideline. Since the new subscription services, named Apple News+, Apple Arcade, and Apple TV+ has been introduced Monday, Apple is tricking iOS users to subscribe to these services through a notification. Here’s what we know about this.
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At today’s special event on Apple Park’s Steve Jobs Theater, Apple announced 4 brand new service today, including the Apple News+, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, and Apple Card. Here is a brief summary of these services.
Continue reading Apple March Event: Here is everything they announced today
The “It’s Showtime” Apple Event is full-swing, and the first announcement of the morning was the introduction of Apple News Plus. Apple has brought over 300 Magazines to Apple News for a small subscription fee. Here’s everything we know so far.
Continue reading Apple announces Apple News Plus, brings over 300 Magazines to the Apple News App
Apple has begun teaming up with non-profits to develop a new Media Literacy initiative in both the US and Europe that encourages critical thinking and empowers students to be better informed in the digital age. Here’s everything we know about this new initiative.
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According to new rumors, Apple is planning on a spring event to launch AirPower alongside the AirPods 2. AirPods 2 is rumored to have a new color, new grip coating, and improved sound and increased bass. Here’s everything we know so far.
Continue reading Rumor: AirPods 2 coming this spring with new color, grip coating, deeper bass, and AirPower
Apple announced on Wednesday that Angela Ahrendts, its senior vice president of Retail, will leave in April after she decided to look for “new personal and professional pursuits”. Apple’s current “Vice President of People” Deirdre O’Brien will take over the position, and she will serve as senior vice president of both the Retail and People, reporting directly to CEO Tim Cook.
Continue reading Deirdre O’Brien to replace Angela Ahrendts as Apple’s senior vice president of Retail
Yesterday, Apple released the first beta version of iOS 12.2. Since then, developers dug out some information about upcoming products and services in the update. So far, they have noticed AirPods’ “Hey Siri” setup screen in the update, suggests that Apple may release AirPods 2 soon, and now a discovery in the Apple News app shows that it will also announce its own magazine subscription services in the future
Continue reading iOS 12.2 Beta suggests Apple’s upcoming magazine subscription service is coming soon
According to some new reports, Apple may be working on updating its iPod touch, which was last updated in 2015. In an effort by Apple to increase its Services segment, and reach younger customers, a new iPod touch makes sense. Here’s everything we know so far.
Continue reading Report: Apple said to be working on a new iPod touch