Samsung Galaxy S8 Rumored to Drop the Physical Home Button

Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy smartphone appears to be poised to beat Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8 to the punch now that Bloomberg has corroborated much of SamMobile’s report saying the Galaxy S8 will be a bezel-free device with a wraparound display featuring an in-screen Home button. The phone should be unveiled in February 2018 and launch in March.

T-Mobile Announces ‘Digits’ to Unlock Your Phone Number From One Phone

U.S. wireless carrier today unveiled a new service, called Digits, which aims to uncouple your phone number from your mobile devices and wireless service plans.

Apple Seeds iOS 10.2 Beta 7 to Developers and Public Beta Testers

Just two days after releasing iOS 10.2 beta 6 to members of the Apple Developer Program and Apple Beta Software Program and five days since iOS 10.2 beta 5 dropped, the Cupertino firm on Wednesday morning seeded a seventh beta of what would become the second major software update to iOS 10 since its September 2016 launch.

Apple Rumored to Launch Red ‘iPhone 7s’ and ‘iPhone 7s Plus’ in 2017

Apple is prototyping as many as ten next-generation iPhone models, and most analysts agree that the company will probably launch a trio of new handsets next year: an ‘iPhone 8’ with a wraparound OLED screen and all-new industrial design and LCD-based ‘iPhone 7s’ and ‘iPhone 7s Plus’ models. According to a new report Wednesday from the fairly reliable Japanese outlet Mac Otakara, LCD iPhones may come in a brand new Red color option.

Apple Adds Four New Single Sign-On Providers

Single Sign-On, a feature that allows supported video apps to use your saved cable credentials, is launching some time next week alongside iOS 10.2 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and tvOS 10.1 for the fourth-generation Apple TV. Ahead of these software updates, an additional four providers have pledged to support Single Sign-On at launch.

Tim Cook: Apple Watch Sets New Sales Record in First Week of Holiday Shopping

Sales of the Apple Watch to consumers set a record during the first week of holiday shopping, Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an emailed statement to Reuters. Additionally, he says the current quarter is on track to be the best ever for the wearable.

Apple Seeds tvOS 10.1 Beta 5 to Developers

Apple on Tuesday seeded the fifth beta of tvOS 10.1 to developers, and it’s available as an OTA download on Apple TVs with the appropriate configuration profile. The release comes just a week after beta 4, with only a slightly updated build number (14U593), suggesting that the software may be close to ready for public release.

Hacker Luca Todesco advises jailbreakers to stay away from iOS 10.2

Since Apple released iOS 10 to the public we haven't seen any public release to the jailbreak for iOS 10. However some popular iOS hackers are warning us from updating to iOS 10 and one of these hackers is hacker Luca Todesco.

How to install iFile on iOS 10 [No Jailbreak required]

iFile is one of the most popular file manager and viewer running under user root. iFile gives you full access to your jailbroken device's files, like Finder does on your desktop Mac. Thankfully we've got great news to people who can't jailbreak their devices. Below we are going to show you how to sideload it on your non-jailbroken device. Best of all, it works on all versions of iOS 10.

Apple May Still Be Working On a Self-Driving Car

Apple in November penned a letter to the NHTSA (U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) regarding autonomous vehicle polices and other concerns. VentureBeat unearthed the letter, which was signed by Apple VP of Product Integrity and former Ford safety executive Steve Kenner.

Apple Seeds iOS 10.2 Beta 5 to Developers and Public Beta Testers

Apple on Friday released a fifth beta of iOS 10.2 (build 14C89) to its registered developers enrolled in the Apple Developer Program. The updated beta software can be deployed over-the-air through Settings → General → Software Update on an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad which has installed a prior iOS 10.2 beta and an appropriate configuration profile. The full installer can be downloaded from Apple’s dedicated portal for developers at developer.apple.com.

How to check if your iPhone 6s is Eligible for Battery Replacement

After launching a repair program two weeks ago for iPhone 6s devices experiencing unexpected shutdowns due to a faulty battery, Apple has now updated its support document with a web tool that lets you check if your iPhone 6s is eligible for a free battery, MacRumors reported Thursday. You only need to enter your device’s serial number to see if you’re eligible for a battery replacement service.

Fitbit to Acquire Pebble for a ‘Small Amount’

Fitbit is set to acquire troubled smartwatch-maker Pebble, according to a report from The Information. The deal is said to be mainly about the company’s intellectual property and software, and will likely result in the end of Pebble hardware.

Apple Goes (RED) for World AIDS Day; Unveils Four New (RED) Products and Limited Edition Content in 20 Games

Tomorrow is World AIDS Day and Apple said this morning that customers can support the fight against this life-threatening, incurable disease by downloading games with limited-edition, custom (RED) content, donating money to the cause through iTunes, shopping for a lineup of (PRODUCT)RED products and accessories, listening to an exclusive (RED) holiday album from The Killers and more.

Siri Can Tell You More About ‘The Secret Life of Pets’ With Official Tie-In

It seems Apple has partnered with Universal Pictures to promote “The Secret Life of Pets” by updating Siri’s backend with a bunch of responses related to the animated movie. The company’s official iTunes USA Facebook page promotes Siri partnership with a nicely done teaser video.

Apple releases beta 4 of iOS 10.2, watchOS 3.1.1 & macOS Sierra 10.12.2 to developers

Apple has seeded the fourth beta of iOS 10.2 before its final release that is scheduled for some time early next month. As for what’s new in the latest iteration of Apple’s mobile OS, that remains to be seen. For devices already part of the developer program, the new software is available as an over-the-air update. It’s also available via Apple’s dedicated developer portal.

Apple is Working on a 3D Camera for the iPhone 8 [Report]

According to a new report from The Korea Herald., it looks like that Apple is working with LG to develop a 3D camera for its next generation iPhone which said to be called "iPhone 8".  The camera module will reportedly use LG Innotek's dual camera.

Notification 10: Brings iOS 10 style notification banners to jailbroken devices

When Apple first released iOS 10 to the public we've seen tons of changes and features that Apple made in that software. One of these features is the new style of the notification banners. In case you are running a jailbroken iPhone on iOS 9 and wish you could get that iOS 10 style on your device, don't worry. Notification 10 jailbreak tweak is here and it brings iOS 10 style notification banners to your jailbroken device.

The best Black Friday deals on iPhones, iPads, Macs and more

It’s not just Apple Watch, iPad, and iPhones that have been heavily discounted by retailers this Black Friday. They are also offering some hefty discounts and attractive deals on Apple’s Mac lineup, though the newly refreshed MacBook Pro lineup is not a part of this.

Donald Trump Offers Tim Cook ‘Very Large Tax Cut’ If Apple Brings iPhone Production To United States

The full transcript of President-Elect Donald Trump with the New York Times from earlier this week. In the interview, Donald Trump had revealed that Apple’s CEO Tim Cook had called him up after he won the presidential race.
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