You get what you pay for
Apple’s programming genii have come up with another feature which fanboys will soon be claiming is super, cool and game changing.
Steve Jobs ran a cartel
It has taken the highest court in the US to do it, but Apple finally has to admit that its patron saint was a monopolist who ran an ebook cartel designed to raise the cost of books to feather Jobs’ Mobs’ nest.
Pay-up or your Coldplay collection will sleep with the fishes
Mac users have been ransomware virus which locks computer users out of their files until they pay up.
Vicar in a TuTu
AnTuTu benchmark has just released the top 10 rankings for the smartphone chips of 2016 and revealed that the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 is the boss.
All part of Apple's PR wars
After firing encryption from its Fire Tablets, the online bookseller, Amazon has bought it back after customers complained.
Occulus founder slams Apple as overpriced and not fit for the purpose
Occulus Rift Founder Palmer Luckey says that his virtual reality headset will support OS X only when Apple releases "a good computer.”
Launching March 21st at Apple Event
Over the past several months, Apple iOS engineers have been hard at work on a feature that is long, long overdue for the company’s mobile devices that enhances a user’s night viewing experience by automatically adjusting screen temperature based on geolocation and time-of-day information.
Apple chose the wrong battle
The father of encryption, who has done his share of fighting against government interference says that Apple picked the wrong fight if it wanted to win any victory for encryption.
iPhone lineup would become on par with three-model iPad lineup
According to a recent Chinese media report, Apple may be switching its naming scheme on the Plus-sized iPhone models for its tenth-generation iPhone 7 launch later this fall, to one that is more consistent with new product announcements in the third quarter of 2015.
Requires iOS 8 and above
Over the past seven and a half years since the App Store launched in July 2008, Apple’s mobile application market has blossomed from a size of just 500 applications at launch to more than 1.5 million as of last month. Unfortunately, even with all of these apps readily available, the company has been reluctantly strict in allowing developers the ability to change application functionality with their own third-party enhancements. Until last summer, the process was mostly restricted to jailbroken iOS devices and there have been few app tweaks available for non-jailbroken devices, until now.