Apple posts new ads for the new App Store

Earlier today Apple posted new ads for the new App Store on its YouTube channel.

Series 3 LTE watches may join unauthenticated Wi-Fi networks, Apple investigating

One of Apple’s biggest announcements from this year’s September event was the Apple Watch Series 3 with LTE, which, as the name suggests, packs in a cellular connection. With an electronic SIM card embedded inside, the Apple Watch Series 3 should help alleviate some of the requirement that your smartwatch must be connected to your smartphone, but in reviews for the wearable it looks like that may still be a requirement, as the cellular connectivity on the Series 3 with LTE seems to be spotty for many people who have tried it ahead of the public launch later this week.

Can’t Send an Email with iOS 11 and Outlook.com or Exchange Mail Account? Apple Is Working with Microsoft to Fix the Issue

Apple on Tuesday published a new support document on its website which has acknowledged an issue with the Mail app in iOS 11 where Outlook.com, Office 365 and Exchange customers are seeing their messages rejected by the server.

Download iOS 11 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

Apple on Tuesday released the free iOS 11 software update for the supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models following an extensive period of testing that began with the initial developer-only release on June 5.

iOS 11 release time in your time zone

Apple at its iPhone X launch event on September 12 said that it will be releasing iOS 11 to the public on September 19 which is tomorrow. Probably you are asking yourself when will it be released in my time zone.

Craig Federighi Talks Face ID Security and Features in New Interview

Craig Federighi, Apple’s chief of software engineering, discussed Face ID in a telephone interview Friday with TechCrunch’s Matthew Panzarino. He assuaged worries that Apple’s facial detection technology won’t work as advertised while addressing some of the lingering questions surrounding the already-controversial feature.

Apple Explains What Happened With 'Failed' Face ID Demo [Video]

As we posited yesterday, the flub that was the first demo of Face ID on stage by Craig Federighi during the iPhone X event wasn’t caused by a shortcoming of Apple’s new authentication feature, but rather happened by design.

iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus Pre-Orders Are Now Live

iPhone shipping estimates have traditionally slipped to a few weeks within minutes of pre-orders going live. This time around though, things seem to be different. Likely due to low demand thanks to the iPhone X and robust supply, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus shipping estimates have taken longer to slip than usual.

First impression videos of iPhone 8, iPhone X and Watch Series 3

Apple unveiled quite a bit of new hardware during its iPhone X event. There’s the new Apple Watch Series 3, the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, and the all-new iPhone X. After the event Apple allowed members of the press to go hands-on with the new devices, and as usual, we’ve put together a roundup of their initial impressions.

Check out all the videos from Apple's iPhone X event

Apple has posted various videos shown during today’s iPhone X event to its YouTube channel. These include ads for the iPhone 8, 8 Plus and X, the Apple Watch, and the touching Dear Apple feature, where Apple Watch users read aloud their letters to Apple, telling them how the wearable has changed their lives.

Everything you need to know about iPhone X

Apple’s next-generation iPhone X is packed full of advanced features like Face ID and an edge-to-edge OLED Super Retina display, and it can be yours for as little as $999. Yes as the rumors predicted, the handset’s starting price tag comes in at just under $1,000. That’s for the 64GB version, there is also a 256GB version that will set you back $1,149.

iPhone X & iPhone 8 Plus to use 3GB RAM, iPhone 8 to have 2GB RAM

Alongside the iPhone X, Apple will also be unveiling the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus on September 12. The iOS 11 GM leak from over the weekend might have primarily spilled details about the iPhone X, but it also provided us enough data to give us an idea of the specs and features the other two iPhones will pack.

Here's What the New 'iPhone X' Status Bar Looks Like [Video]

iPhone 8’s OLED display will have a cutout at the top to accommodate the camera, earpiece and sensors. Brazilian developer Guilherme Rambo has now discovered exactly how a rumored new split status bar will animate between all the various states it can take.

Here’s How You Will Be Able to Setup Face ID on the iPhone 8

Even more iPhone 8 details are emerging from a leaked iOS 11 GM, this time unveiling how users will set up Face ID, a new authentication feature that is rumored to supplant Touch ID.

Early Glitches Caused a Month Delay in iPhone 8 Production [Report]

Multiple production glitches early in the manufacturing process this summer could result in extended supply shortfalls and shipping delays for iPhone 8, with contract manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group now offering bonuses to employees who can bring in new hires.

iPhone 8 Edition to Ship in October?

The ultimate in tech bling, Apple’s iPhone 8, is expected to be announced at the September 12 Steve Jobs Theater media event and now two German carriers claim that the company will be collecting pre-orders for the device beginning Friday, September 15.

Apple Seeds iOS 11 Beta 10 to Developers

Apple on Wednesday issued a tenth beta of iOS 11 (build number 15A5372a) for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to its registered developers and members of the Apple Developer Program.

Boston Red Sox Used Apple Watches to Steal Hand Signals From Other Teams

Investigators for Major League Baseball have determined that the Boston Red Sox executed a scheme to illicitly steal hand signals from opponents’ catchers in games, reports The New York Times. Citing several people briefed on the matter, the outlet says a member of the Red Sox’s training staff used his Apple Watch to communicate with video replay personnel and then passed the intel onto his players.

iOS 10.3.3 vs iOS 11 beta 9 [Speed test]

A couple of days ago Apple seeded the ninth beta of iOS 11 to developers with a bunch of features and bugs fixes.So, how exactly does iOS 11 beta 9 perform when compared to iOS 10.3.3 — the latest stable release of iOS 10?

Craig Federighi is Now Overseeing the Development of Siri

Apple has officially moved Siri development leadership from Eddy Cue, its Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services, to Craig Federighi, who is the company’s Senior Vice President of Software Engineering.
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