Let the Apple Car rumors roll on. Apple has been granted a patent (number 10,372,132) for “guidance of autonomous vehicles in destination vicinities using intent signals.”
On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are this week’s picks.
mophie has introduced two multi-device wireless charging pads and two car chargers designed to work with a variety of Apple products.
Goldman Sachs, which is in charge of deciding who gets the Apple Card, is accepting some applications from users with less-than-stellar credit scores, according to people with knowledge of the matter, reports CBNC.
Apple’s Andrew Trister is joining the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for a new role focusing in taking digital health companies global. At Apple he worked in the health group on medical research initiatives.
Love watching videos? Sometimes you might want to watch an old favorite movie…but then you remember that you bought it on DVD and your DVD player doesn’t even work anymore. Have a DVD drive for your Mac? Well, with that and Cisdem Video Converter for Mac ($19.99 for a lifetime license), you can rip and convert those movies into a format that will work perfectly on all of your devices.
Apple has released a new version of its $69 USB-C Digital AV Multiport Adapter. It adds support for HDMI 2.0, an upgrade from its predecessor's HDMI 1.4b.
Apple has asked the Federal Circuit for another shot at requesting an “en banc” rehearing in a $439 million case, after the VirnetX patent claims it was found to infringe were invalidated last week in what the tech giant called an "extraordinary collision" of proceedings in the court and the patent office, reports Law360.
I’m dubious that Apple will release a foldable iPhone or iPad; however, the company has filed for a patent (number 20190243112) for a “folded camera” that hints at the possibility.
Apple has activated a "dormant software lock" on its latest iPhones to discourage battery replacements that aren't undertaken by Apple, according to iFixit.
After a period of beta testing, Apple has released Apple released Apple Music for Artists, a dashboard designed to provide acts with hundreds of data points that provide analytical insight into their fans’ listening and buying habits.
Apple has released the fifth public betas of iOS 13, iPad OS 13, and tvOS 13. The public betas are available on Apple's Beta Software Program website . Just remember that beta software, so proceed with care.
Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP), has released results from its research on smart speakers, including Echo from Amazon, Home from Google, and HomePod from Apple for owners of devices as June 30, 2019.
Satechi has launched the 72W Type-C PD Car Charger and Apple MFi Certified USB-C to Lightning Cable. Using the latest Power Delivery technology, users can connect devices using the USB-C Lightning Cable to the 72W Car Charger to charge up to two devices simultaneously while on the road.
Have a lot of devices that need power, but you’re running out of places to plug them in? The NTONPOWER 3-outlet / 3 USB port Surge Protector and Phone Holder not only lets you plug in up to six devices at once with three standard outlets and three additional USB port — it also has built in surge protection and will hold your iPhone at a comfortable angle while you’re charging.
Apple may have canceled plans for its AirPower wireless charger, but the company is apparently still interested in such technology as evidenced by a newly granted patent (number 20190245383) for a “system and method for power transfer.”
Apple has teamed up with Eli Lilly on new research to detect evidence of brain decline by using data from connected devices such as the Apple Watch, reports CNBC.
Apple has posted the latest in a series of stories spotlighting teachers and students using innovative technology in the classroom.
Another day, another lawsuit. Apple is being sued for “"unlawful and intentional recording of individuals' confidential communications without their consent" from late 2011 to present day by Siri, according to AppleInsider.
According to MacRumors, Apple may have purchased Fashwell, which makes technology for mobile search and shopping based on images, not text.