This French Guy destroys everything in Apple Store with steel ball

When it comes to customer support service, many people get annoyed very fast but this French guy is taking it a bit too far. This morning a customer walked into the Apple Store in Dijon, France and started destroying various products with a steel ball of the kind that’s used in the classic French game Pétanque. If you’ve ever played the game, you know they’re very heavy.

Apple’s Latest Ad Promotes Express Messaging and Balloons

Apple’s much improved Messages app in iOS 10 is more expressive than ever, especially with nicely done animations that take over the entire screen.

Apple’s First R&D Center in China’s ‘Silicon Valley’ to Open by End of 2016

Tim Cook said during his August charm offensive in China that his company could deepen its cooperation with the local government by launching its first Asia-Pacific research and development center. According to local media reports today, the facility will open in Zhongguancun Science Park, situated in the Haidian District in northwestern Beijing.

Apple Reportedly Calls up iPhone and Mac Hackers for Invite-Only Bug Bounty Program

Apple has reportedly reached out to a handful of high profile iPhone and Mac hackers to try and secure their operating systems from exploits that could be used maliciously or for jailbreaking.

Apple Might Once Again Use Nvidia GPUs in Macs

Apple and the graphics giant Nvidia have had something of a rocky relationship, with the Cupertino company switching between Nvidia’s and AMD’s graphics chips for Mac desktops. Most of the Macs currently shipping use either integrated graphics from Intel or discreet AMD chips, but that could change in the coming years.

Apple Working on New Apps for the Apple Watch to Track Sleep and Fitness Levels

In an effort to advance its HealthKit framework, Apple has reportedly been developing a pair of new apps for the Apple Watch. One will help users track and analyze their sleep and the other will their track fitness levels by measuring the time taken for the heart rate to fall from its peak to resting level, Bloomberg reports.

First Apple Store opens in Mexico [Photos]

People in Mexico will be happy to know that Apple has just opened its first retail store in Mexico city. The company posted photos from the grand opening of the store.

Snapchat Unveils Video Taking 'Spectacles', Rebrands as Snap Inc.

Snapchat today announced its first hardware product: the Spectacles. Priced at $130, the sunglasses from Snapchat are capable of recording 10-second video at a stretch. This video will then be synced wirelessly to your paired smartphone.

Camera Shoot-out: Samsung Galaxy S7 vs iPhone 7

The iPhone 7, reviewed here, has imaging that’s distinguished from that in the iPhone 6s by having a larger aperture and OIS, Optical Image Stabilisation, which should both significantly improve its low light photos. But how far does this spec bump take the iPhone 7 in the wider smartphone imaging world? I pitch it here, by popular demand, against the
populist mass-market champion, the Samsung Galaxy S7, shot for shot, pixel for pixel.

Apple to Offer ‘Spoken Editions’ of Written News on iTunes from Early October

You’ll soon be able to listen to news articles in iTunes, reports TechCrunch. The outlet says that in the near future, you’ll be able to browse through a new category of podcasts that will allow you to listen to news stories from your favorite publishers.

Apple Submitted an Unknown Device with NFC and Bluetooth to the FCC

A mysterious low-powered wireless device from Apple has just passed testing by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and could be released in the United States in the next few months, according to an FCC filing that was first spotted by French blog Consomac.

Apple releases iOS 10.0.2 with bug fixes for audio controls, Photos app, & app extensions

Apple has just released iOS 10.0.2, just over a week after releasing iOS 10, the major software update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. iOS 10.0.2 includes several bug fixes.

Apple Releases macOS Sierra with Siri, Apple Pay for Web, Picture-in-Picture, and More

Apple on Tuesday released macOS Sierra for its laptop and desktop computers. The software update is free, and compatible with iMacs and MacBooks from 2009 or later, as well as MacBook Airs, MacBook Pros, Mac Minis and Mac Pros from 2010 or later.

Twitter No Longer Counts GIFs, Polls, Photos, Videos, and More Against 140-Character Limit

In May of this year, Twitter promised it would be stopping counting media and other non-text content against its 140-character limit. Today, the company announced that embedded photos, videos, GIFs, polls and quoted tweets no longer count toward your 140 characters.

Samsung’s Obsession With Beating ‘Dull’ iPhone 7 Blamed for Galaxy Note 7 Battery Flaw

After they began hearing earlier this year that the iPhone 7 would look just like the previous two models, the top brass at Samsung Electronics, including its mobile chief D.J. Koh, have made the decision to outmaneuver Apple and move up the launch of the Note 7 to early August. In hindsight, it was a risky, ill-fated move that has backfired and damaged Samsung’s brand and reputation.

Apple Releases New Ads for iPhone 7 and Apple Watch Series 2

Apple today released three new ads promoting the iPhone 7 and the Apple Watch Series 2. The ad has been released on the same weekend on which the new iPhones and Apple Watch Series 2 went on sale in many countries.

iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus goes under drop tests [Video]

Yesterday we showed you the iPhone 7 getting through variety of waterproof tests and it was amazing to see how the iPhone 7 still standing still after all of these tests. Almost every year when a new iPhone comes out, you can expect to see drop test videos that see just how durable the device is.

iPhone 7 Goes through Variety of Waterproof Tests [Videos]

The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus feature an IP67 certification that makes them dust, splash, and water resistant in Apple’s own language. As early buyers of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are now making their way to hands of customers, quite a few waterproof test for Apple’s new iPhones have made their way to YouTube.

First unboxing video of jet black iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus

A few people were able to get their hands on Apple's iPhone 7 and from these people, the popular YouTuber MKBHD managed to get their hands on jet black iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus.

How to Turn off ‘Raise to Wake’ on Your iPhone in iOS 10

Starting with iOS 10, some iPhone models now have a new feature called Raise to Wake, which like the name suggests, wakes the screen when you grab your device. This feature is only available on newer iPhones, including iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 7.
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