2018 iPad Pro To Feature Eight-Core A11X Bionic Chip

Apple and Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) are developing a next-generation mobile chip that will make its debut in an upcoming iPad Pro revision next year.

Some iPhone X Owners Experiencing a Green Line on the Display

Some iPhone X owners are reportedly seeing an annoyingly distracting green line developing spontaneously on the handset’s Super Retina display, indicating a possible hardware defect.

Face ID Fooled Again; This Time by a Special 3D Printed Mask

Apple says it worked with Hollywood make up artists who have helped its engineers design Face ID so that it couldn’t be spoofed by photos or masks, but now a Vietnamese security firm claims to have successfully fooled the system using a facial mask.

Apple to fix iPhone X screen becoming unresponsive in cold weather

Apple has announced that a software update will fix an issue that causes the iPhone X to briefly become unresponsive when moved to a cold environment.

Apple releases second public beta of iOS 11.2 with Apple Pay Cash

Apple today officially seeded the latest developer beta software for the latest iteration of iOS. The update comes just a day after iOS 11.2 beta 2 was released to developers, and it includes a major new feature: Apple Pay Cash. The mobile payment option, first introduced at WWDC this summer, allows iOS users to send and receive money via the Messages app.

Some iPhone X Owners Facing Activation Issues Due to Network Congestion

It looks like that number of iPhone X users are facing troubles activating their devices. Number of reports on Twitter, Reddit and MacRumors forums, some people like Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman are experiencing iPhone X activation issues that yield a warning message saying “Could Not Activate iPhone”.

iPhone X apps hitting App Store with their own featured section

Now that iPhone X has begun shipping to customers, a “Great on iPhone X” section launched on App Store today highlighting top apps that have been updated for the new handset.

First iPhone X unboxing photos

It has been quite a while since I have seen such a buzz around the launch of a new iPhone. The iPhone X launch has been greeted with long lines all over the world. So we were fortunate to get our hands on an iPhone X.

You Can Now Change Your Apple ID From a Third Party Email Address to an Apple Email Address

Apple has made a small change to their Apple ID policy, now allowing those who previously setup their Apple ID with a third-party email to update it to an Apple email instead.

Apple Fires Engineer After Daughter's Video of iPhone X Goes Viral

Last week, we got one of our first looks of an iPhone X, courtesy of Brooke Amelia Peterson, who happens to be the daughter of an Apple employee. He worked as a radio frequency engineer on the iPhone X, and while Brooke was visiting last month, he gave her an early look at the device. She filmed it, and last week, shared that video on her YouTube channel.

iPhone X Pre-orders Now 'Preparing to Ship' in the USA

As most of you know, Apple started shipping iPhone X in many countries and it looks like that the people who pre-ordered it may noticed that their order’s status changed to “preparing for shipment/dispatch” ahead of November 3 launch.

Apple Says Customer Demand for iPhone X is 'Off the Charts'

iPhone X became available to preorder today at 12:01am PT and Apple has now issued a statement to the media noting “off the charts” customer response to the handset.

Out of Warranty iPhone X Screen Replacement will Cost $279

With iPhone X available to preorder, Apple on Friday announced service pricing for the device, ranging from $279 to replace a broken screen to as much as $549 for any other damage to the device not covered by the standard one-year limited warranty.

Apple Releases macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 Beta 5 to Developers [Download]

Apple on Thursday released a fifth beta of macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 to its registered developers and members of the paid Apple Developer Program.

Apple Uploads Two New Tutorial Videos for Portrait and Portrait Lighting Mode on iPhone 8 Plus

Apple on Tuesday shared a pair of mini video tutorials on its official YouTube channel, covering an all-new Portrait Lighting shooting mode on iPhone 8 Plus.

iOS 11 bug prevents calculator app from doing this simple calculation

Since Apple released iOS 11 a few months ago it has been a very powerful operating system for all iOS devices. However, today a new iOS 11 bug was discovered that prevents the calculator app doing a calculation as simple as 1+2+3.

Angela Ahrendts Says Apple Employees Won’t be Upselling Customers to the iPhone X

Angela Ahrendts, the head of Apple’s retail business, said Friday in an interview with CNBC that they won’t attempt to upsell customers to the pricier iPhone X model, arriving in two weeks.

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.
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