A California federal judge said Apple didn't breach an agreement not to snitch on Qualcomm when it cooperated with investigations into the chipmaker’s licensing practices, declining to release Qualcomm from making payments under the agreement in an order unsealed Thursday, reports Law360 .
Apple is targeting “prestigious awards” for its upcoming slate of original movies and TV shows, “demonstrating grand Hollywood ambitions for a video streaming service that will compete with Netflix Inc., Amazon.com Inc. and established studios,” according to Bloomberg, quoting unnamed “people familiar with the plans.”
On March 13, Spotify filed an anti-competition complaint about Apple with the European Commission, claiming the Cupertino, California-based company limited innovation and constraining user choice by refusing to allow Spotify and other firms access to technology and information via the App Store. Now Apple has released a statement addressing Spotify’s claims:
Apple wants to beef up its ski tracking features on the Apple Watch. The company has filed for a patent (number 20190076063) for “systems and methods of ski activity detection.”
Sunday is St. Patrick’s Day. Hopefully, you’ll wear something green and check out some macOS and iOS apps to celebrate.
Apple today sent out an email to registered developers opening registration for the annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in San Jose, CA. The event runs between Monday, June 3 and Friday, June 7, and will most likely kick off with the usual keynote on Monday.
The RTL Group, a digital media group with interests in 61 television and 30 radio stations in 10 countries, has touted its “remarkable” relationship with HBO and revealed that it is in talks to supply content to Apple, reports Deadline.
Apple will stop selling the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in India and move out of small stores and outlets where sales don’t exceed 35 units per month, according to The Economic Times, quoting three unnamed senior industry execs.
In a note to clients — as noted by AppleInsider— Cowen analysts predict that Apple’s Services revenue will double by 2021, adding $6 to earnings per share.
Are there multiple new iPhones in your home? All of the new iPhones use Qi wireless charging, and many Android phones also use this standard for charging. With the AirCharge Pro from IntelliArmor ($49.99), you can wirelessly charge two phones at once. We have the AirCharge Pro on sale at 50% off the usual $89.99 price tag.
Apple wants to make it easy for you to take augmented reality self-portraits with an iPhone. The company has filed for two patents regarding such a process.
Apple has filed for a patent (number 20190079301) for a “face seal for a head-mounted display.” One of several such patents, it doubtless involves the company’s “Apple Glasses” headset that’s expected to debut next year.
Apple has filed for a patent (20190081509) for a “wireless charging mat with dynamic surface texture.” It seems to involve its long-awaited AirPower product.
Do you use the macOS App Switcher? In the basic form, the Command (⌘) - Tab keyboard shortcut lists all apps currently running on the Mac. Today we’ll take a look at how to take advantage of the App Switcher and teach you some new tricks.
Last week WaterField Designs announced Wallet Month — the culmination of a two-month, 2,000-customer-participant, crowdsourced design project — with the launch of two minimalist wallets: the Minemo and the Clyff.
Last November, Apple and Amazon announced that Apple Music was coming to Amazon’s Echo devices. Now support for the streaming music service has come to Amazon’s Fire TV, according to 9to5Mac.
Apple has scooped up Laserlike, a small Silicon Valley-based machine learning startup, reports The Information. Terms of the acquisition haven’t been disclosed, but the deal was almost certainly done with an eye toward improving Siri.
In a Twitter account, CoinX says Apple plans will not only release a 10.2-inch seventh-generation iPad, but a brand new 10.5-inch (non-Pro) iPad.
In 2019, 105.2 million people in the U.S. will use an iPhone, giving Apple a 45.2% share of the US smartphone market. That share will grow 0.1% each year through 2021, according to eMarketer.
Apple says it’s increased its commitment to coding and education in Southeast Asia with the expansion of its App Development with Swift curriculum at partner schools in Singapore and the opening of Indonesia’s second Apple Developer Academy in Surabaya, offering aspiring developers the skills they need to thrive in today's app economy.