Apple seeds fourth betas of iOS 11.1 and watchOS 4.1

Apple on Friday seeded the fourth betas of upcoming software updates iOS 11.1 and watchOS 4.1. Registered developers can install the new betas from Apple’s Developer Center, or by using each platform’s respective over-the-air update mechanism.

Tim Cook Says the Mac mini Will be an ‘Important Part’ of the Company’s Product Line

Chief executive Tim Cook has reportedly assured a concerned Apple fan that Mac mini, the company’s most affordable desktop computer, is definitely going to remain “an important part” of the Apple product lineup going forward.

Apple Pay now supports Eftpos cards from ANZ in Australia

Throughout the following year, Apple Pay support expanded throughout the country, first supporting Visa-branded cards from the ANZ banking group, and then, later in the year, adding support for MasterCard-branded debit and credit cards. And now another major expansion is underway in Australia.

WPA2 Wi-Fi Security Cracked [Video]

Several key vulnerabilities that have been discovered recently in the Wi-Fi standard put just about every router, smartphone and computer out there at risk of having users’ personal information intercepted, exposed and stolen.

How to hide your caller ID whenever making a phone call on iPhone

Sometimes you want to hide your phone number when calling someone so he don't recognize your number, or you want to prank a friend of you. Whatever your purpose is, iPhone got handful options available to you.

Tim Cook’s iPhone X Slips Out of His Pocket [Video]

As most of you know Tim Cook is already using iPhone X ahead of its launch on November 3 next month. However, his white iPhone X slipped out of his pocket during a Q&A session at the Oxford University earlier this week.

Microsoft no longer support Office for Mac 2011

Back in February of this year, Microsoft officially announced that it would be ending “mainstream support” for Office For Mac 2011.

iOS 11.0.3 available for download with minor bug fixes

On Wednesday, Apple released iOS 11.0.3 as a minor update to the company’s newest mobile operating system with small bug fixes and improvements targeting specific iPhone models.

Apple Reportedly Lands Deal With Steven Spielberg for ‘Amazing Stories’

Apple has reportedly inked a deal with director Steven Spielberg’s Amblin Television and Comcast’s NBC Universal to create new episodes of “Amazing Stories,” Spielberg’s 1980s fantasy, horror and sci-fi television anthology series.

Microsoft Essentially Confirms Windows Phone Is Dead

Joe Belfiore, the head of Microsoft’s mobile business, admitted in a series of tweets Sunday that the Windows Phone platform is basically dead in the water as the company was no longer going to develop new features or hardware for Windows 10 Mobile.

EFF Calls Apple’s ‘Off-Ish’ Bluetooth and Wi-Fi Control Center Toggles Bad User Security

The Electronic Frontier Foundation today criticized the changed behavior of Apple’s Wi-Fi and Bluetooth toggles in Control Center, saying iOS 11 has made it harder for users to control these settings and calling them “misleading“ and “bad for user security.”

iPhone 7 Plus Saves One Woman’s Life in Las Vegas Shooting

Probably you heard about the Las Vegas mass shooting happened on Sunday night. The interesting thing that a red rose iPhone 7 Plus saved a woman life after a bullet struck her rose gold iPhone.

Apple Stops Signing iOS 10.3.3 and iOS 11; Downgrading No Longer Possible

Apple on Wednesday stopped signing both iOS 10.3.3 and iOS 11.0, the first official public release of iOS 11 since the software came out of beta on September 19th. With this change, it’s now impossible to downgrade iOS 11 devices back to iOS 10.

Apple posts iOS 11.0.2 fixing iPhone 8 crackling sound heard during calls & other issues

The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus saw some intermittent issues for some owners, where audio would crackle during a call. Apple aimed to fix the issue soon. Today Apple released iOS 11.0.2 which resolves that  crackling or static sound that some iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus owners reported hearing through the earpiece during cellular and FaceTime calls.

KGI: Android OEMs Will Take 2.5 Years To Copy TrueDepth Camera System of iPhone X

It’s going to take a while for Android manufacturers to catch up to where the iPhone X is right now, reports Ming Chi Kuo. In a note to investors today, the KGI Securities analyst said he believes Apple’s TrueDepth camera gives it a 2.5 year lead over its competitors.

Apple Highlights Portrait Lighting Mode on iPhone 8 Plus in New Ad

Apple posted an ad to its official YouTube channel yesterday highlighting a new Portrait Lighting shooting mode on iPhone 8 Plus. Portrait Lighting simulates professional studio lighting with a shallow depth-of-field effect in five different lighting styles.

Apple reportedly wants to design its own Mac processors, iPhone modem chips & more

Apple’s own custom designed A-series chip found inside the iPhone and iPad give it a serious competitive advantage over various other Android OEMs. The company aims to build on that as it is looking to reduce its reliance on major chip makers like Intel and Qualcomm.

iPhone 8/8+ vs iPhone 7/7+ [Boot Speed]

A newly uploaded video on YouTube compares between the boot speeds of the iPhone 8 vs iPhone 8 Plus vs iPhone 7 vs iPhone 7 Plus. Each device was cleanly restored to iOS 11.0.1 and is configured in the exact same manner. As you might have expected, the iPhone 8 with its A11 Bionic processor is significantly faster. The iPhone 8 Plus booted 44% faster than the iPhone 7 Plus and the iPhone 8 booted 28% faster than the iPhone 7.

Apple Releases First Public Betas of iOS 11.1, tvOS 11.1, macOS High Sierra 10.13.1

Apple on Thursday seeded the first betas of iOS 11.1, macOS 10.13.1, and tvOS 11.1 to public testers. The updates come just a day after the arrival of the developer betas, and shortly after iOS 11, macOS 10.13 and tvOS 11 hit consumer devices.

iOS 11.1 fixes email sending issue with Office, Outlook & Exchange accounts

iOS 11 users have been facing a problem within the Mail app which prevented them from sending emails and Office 365 customers would see their messages rejected by the server.

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