LabCorp, a global life sciences company, says it now supports Health Records on iPhone. This feature is designed to make it easy for LabCorp patients to access their LabCorp laboratory test results, along with other available medical data from multiple providers, whenever they choose.
Apple has released Shortcuts 2.1, an update of its iOS productivity app.
Podcast host Steve Sande has finally had enough of home cleaning robots that are just plain dumb. In this episode, Steve describes some of the odd experiences he's had with robot vacuums and mops, talks about troubles with a new window-cleaning robot, and tells you why he'll never get a robot lawnmower.
Apple has posted watchOS 5.1, tvOS 12.1, and HomePod 12.1.
Along with iOS 12.1, Apple has released macOS Mojave 10.14.1; both add support for Group FaceTime.
One thing long-time Mac users have been asking for is an update to the Mac mini, and Apple finally delivered today. While the device is still in a box similar in size to the previous version, what’s inside that box is totally improved. The new space gray Mac mini starts at $799, and is available for order today for delivery or pickup at Apple retail stores as early as November 7.
During today’s New York (well, Brooklyn) event, Apple announced a totally new MacBook Air, a 13-inch model with a Liquid Retina display, Touch ID, and more. The new laptop brings the MacBook Air line up to speed with features that match or surpass those in some of the other MacBook lines. The new laptop starts at $1,199 and is available for order today for delivery on November 7.
Darn, I didn’t get the mouse support I wanted, but Apple has introduced, as expected, a new iPad Pro with all-screen design and next-generation performance. The all-new design pushes 11-inch and 12.9-inch Liquid Retina displays to the edges of iPad Pro and integrates Face ID to securely unlock the iPad with a glance.
Apple’s online store is down ahead of the company’s “There’s more in the making” event. It will be held Tuesday, Oct. 30, 10 a.m. (Eastern) at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, Howard Gilman Opera House.
Apple has been granted a patent (number 10,112,528) for an “exterior lighting and warning system” for an automobile.
Tomorrow is Halloween. To celebrate I’ve come up with five macOS and five iOS apps to celebrate the scary day.
The new Measure app in iOS 12 lets you use augmented reality (AR) technology to turn your iOS device into a tape measure. You can quickly gauge the size of objects, automatically detect the dimensions of rectangular objects, and save a photo of the measurement for later.
Yesterday Apple announced new iPad Pros, a new Apple Pencil, a new MacBook Air, and a new Mac mini. I was pleased with the announcements, but shocked at what wasn’t announced. Here are my thoughts:
Halloween is almost here. And MacGame HQ has rounded up the Top 10 scary Mac games. Do you prefer first-person, top-down, story-driven or action-packed games? No problem; these 10 games cover most genres and play styles.
iOS 12.1 will be available Tuesday, Oct. 30, bringing Group FaceTime and more than 70 new emoji to the iPhone and iPad.
Apple is investigating allegations that one of its suppliers illegally used high school students to assemble its watches at a factory in China, reports CNN.
After finding Apple's OLED screens are highly susceptible to damage, SquareTrade, an Allstate company and protection plan provider, put the iPhone Xr through a series of screen tests, saying it shattered on the first drop in both the face-down drop test and back-down drop test.
Apple, Google, and other tech titans once touted beacons — tiny transmitters that interact with smartphones, wearables, and other nearby gadgets — as the future of retail. However, it hasn’t caught on, according to VentureBeat.
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