Apple Music has launched Apple Digital Masters, a new initiative by the Apple that combines all of its “Mastered for iTunes” offerings into one global catalog for higher quality music. Billboard reports that this is the company’s first public acknowledgement of the initiative, which it has been quietly unveiling for some time.
I don’t think I would, but some folks would fork out an extra $600 for a foldable iPhone or iPad, according to a UBS survey — as noted by Forbes.
With public beta testing now underway, the Apple Card is expected any day now. And J.D. Power, an American-based global marketing information services company, is expecting it to be a big hit.
According to the latest laptop shipments report by TrendForce, concerns over the U.S.-China trade dispute and the Intel CPU shortage originally casted a conservative cloud over the overall outlook for the market in the second quarter (Q2) of the year. However, shipments actually grew 12.1% quarter over quarter with 41.5 million notebooks shipped.
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According to Conviva, a streaming media intelligence company, the Apple TV’s share of viewing hours of the connected devices market was up 129% in the second quarter (Q2). Apple’s set-top box has 10% of the market.
Yesterday, IDC noted that the iPad continues to dominate the tablet market. Now Strategy Analytics notes the the Apple Watch still rules the smartwatch market.
Apple has been granted another patent (number 10,368,799) involves methods to improve your sleep. The patent is dubbed “system for determining the quality of sleep” and involves an iPhone and, most likely, an Apple Watch.
In a note to clients — as noted by Forbes — analyst Jeff Lin of IHS Market predicts that, when Apple debuts its 16-inch MacBook Pro, the company will quit making the 15.4-inch model. Makes sense as Apple may be considering a streamlining of its laptop line.
Apple continued to lead the tablet market with nearly double the shipments of its nearest competitor during the third quarter fo 2018, according to new data from IDC.
About a year ago, my Apple World Today compadre, Steve Sande, reviewed Twelve South’s AirSnap AirPod case. Now the company has released a new version — the AirSnap Twill — and, having received an advance copy, I can attest that it’s just as great as the original.
To be honest, I’m not sure if a newly granted Apple patent (number 10,375,357) involves the rumored “Apple Car” or simply involves the use of iPhones in current vehicles. The patent is for a “method and system for providing at least one image captured by a scene camera of a vehicle.”
The most common “Internet of Things” devices that people install in their homes are wireless security cameras. Whether you’re using them to see what’s going on with your pets while you’re out of town or want to catch potential thieves in the act, these devices are popular. There’s one bad point about 99% of all security cameras, though — they need power and in some case even require a wired connect of some sort. A new wireless home security camera that was funded by a very successful Kickstarter project is now available and it’s incredibly easy to install and use. Today I’ll tell you about my hands-on experiences with the Sticker-Eye security camera ($110.49 on Amazon, affiliate link) from EyeCloud AI.
Arlo Technologies, Inc., which specializes in Internet connected cameras says support for HomeKit, Apple's smart home platform, is rolling out now on Arlo Pro and Arlo Pro 2 Security Camera Systems that are paired with Arlo's most popular base station models, VMB4000 and VMB4500.
Today at their 24th annual DevCon, FileMaker, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, unveiled the start of a new chapter in the company's history as Claris International Inc.
According to a new study by OpenSignal, which measures global network speeds, among the three largest smartphone makers, Apple users were faster in 17.5% of countries.
A California federal judge has tossed out, for the second time, a proposed class action alleging fixes for a pair of security bugs slowed down the processing speed of Apple devices, finding the consumers still haven't shown they personally experienced the problems and nixing the suit for good, reports Law360.
The Apple Card is getting its first group of public test users today, reports TechCrunch.
New to Apple’s MacBook line? You’ve probably discovered that connecting anything to these USB-C equipped wonders requires one of two things: a pile of individual dongles to do different things, or a USB-C hub. We’re coming to your rescue today with one of the latter items, the Adam Elements CASA Hub 5E USB-C 5-in-1 Card Reader Hub for $45.
At this week’s Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas, Apple will announce plans to give security researchers special iPhones that will make it easier for them to find weaknesses in the smartphone, according to Forbes.