Apple iPhone 9 case shows up at Best Buy ahead of the official launch

Apple is rumoured to announce the budget-oriented iPhone 9 in April. However, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it was expected that the company might delay the launch. It looks like that might not be the case after all. If an image sent to MacRumors is to be believed, Best Buy is already receiving cases for a “New iPhone … Continue reading Apple iPhone 9 case shows up at Best Buy ahead of the official launch

Apple Stores in China offer a glimpse into an alternate timeline with new artwork and iPad Pro displays

On a brighter timeline, Apple Stores around the world are stocked with the brand new LiDAR-equipped iPad Pro and updated MacBook Air. In reality, every Apple Store outside of Greater China is closed indefinitely. The 52 stores that remain open now give a rare look into a global product launch that could have been. China’s … Continue reading Apple Stores in China offer a glimpse into an alternate timeline with new artwork and iPad Pro displays

Samsung, not Apple, is leading the next exciting phone industry change: Foldables

These rectangular slab phones are getting pretty boring, and it's gotten to the point where people are antsy to try something different. We're craving a new type of phone, something to get us excited — and right now foldable phones are the best thing we have to look forward to. Apple innovates in many ways, … Continue reading Samsung, not Apple, is leading the next exciting phone industry change: Foldables

Apple extends developer deadline for various App Store update requirements until June

Apple had originally set a deadline of April 30 for requiring apps for iPhone and iPad be built with the iOS 13 SDK. In a new developer blog post today, however, Apple has extended that deadline and many others. In order to “accommodate developers who may need additional time to update their existing apps on the App … Continue reading Apple extends developer deadline for various App Store update requirements until June

Apple suppliers say no sign of delay to iPhone 12 production, deny PCB claim

A Nikkei report this week suggested that Apple was considering a delay to iPhone 12 production, meaning the company would no longer hit the usual September timing. But some iPhone suppliers say there is no sign of a delay, and specifically take issue with one of Nikkei’s claims. Taiwanese printed circuit board (PCB) suppliers say … Continue reading Apple suppliers say no sign of delay to iPhone 12 production, deny PCB claim

Apple announces free virtual coaching sessions and training library to ease transition to distance learning

As schools across the world adjust to distance learning, Apple has announced some new tools that aim to ease the transition to distance learning. Apple is announcing a free 30-minute one-on-one virtual coaching sessions with Apple Professional Learning Specialists and a new Apple Education remote learning video series. Virtual one-on-one coaching sessions with Apple Professional … Continue reading Apple announces free virtual coaching sessions and training library to ease transition to distance learning

Apple extends Final Cut Pro X and offers Logic Pro X free for 90 days

Now Make a movie and write a hit album in 90 days for free. No pressure! If you've been wondering what to do for the next three months while sequestered in your living room, why not try making a movie or writing a hit album? Apple's pro-level creatives apps, Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X are getting … Continue reading Apple extends Final Cut Pro X and offers Logic Pro X free for 90 days

Apple Music now notifies you of new release music right in your library

Stay up to date with your favorite artists within the Apple Music app. Apple Music has always given you the option to enable push notifications about new releases from the artists you follow, but it has never really been the most reliable way to discover new music. Apple seems to understand the issue and is … Continue reading Apple Music now notifies you of new release music right in your library

Apple may delay the iPhone 12 5G many months, says analyst

The launch of Apple’s first 5G handset may be in trouble, reports Japanese publication Nikkei (via Macrumors), who’s Apple internal sources have told them the launch of the iPhone 12 5G may be delayed “by months.” The issue is both supply, due to delays in development caused by travel restrictions, and also concerns around demand. “Supply … Continue reading Apple may delay the iPhone 12 5G many months, says analyst

Apple releases iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 with several new features (change log)

Apple yesterday released iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 update to millions of Apple device owners around the world. This update comes with several new features and bug fixes. For iPhones, this update brings iCloud Drive folder sharing from the Files app, new Memoji stickers, third-party navigation app support for the CarPlay and more. For iPad devices, … Continue reading Apple releases iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4 with several new features (change log)

Apple acknowledges a Personal Hotspot bug that’s affecting iOS 13 users

Apple has its fair share of problems ever since the company rolled out iOS 13 for users. The update was full of bugs and vulnerabilities that leaked Credit Card information and even allowed third-party apps to gain full access. While the company did eventually release fixes but those too had issues which needed attention. Now, it looks like iOS 13 is still not … Continue reading Apple acknowledges a Personal Hotspot bug that’s affecting iOS 13 users

How to skip your March Apple Card payment without interest

Another measure Apple has taken to help with the impact of coronavirus is allowing Apple Card customers to skip their March payments with no penalty or interest. However, the offer isn’t automatic, read on for how to get it set up for your account. Over the weekend, Apple started sharing emails with Apple Card customers … Continue reading How to skip your March Apple Card payment without interest

Apple takes on Surface Pro with the new iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard accessory

As expected, Apple today announced its next generation iPad Pro with the new Magic Keyboard accessory. The new iPad Pro is powered by the A12Z Bionic chip that delivers performance better than most comparable Windows laptops. In addition to that, the new breakthrough LiDAR Scanner on the back of the device delivers cutting-edge depth-sensing capabilities. Learn more about … Continue reading Apple takes on Surface Pro with the new iPad Pro and Magic Keyboard accessory

Apple might be planning to launch another variant of iPhone 9

Apple is rumoured to hold two different iPhone events this year- one in September and the other in Q2 of 2020. The company was scheduled to hold the event on 31st March but it was pushed to Q2 due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. At the event, Apple was expected to announce the low-cost iPhone 9 which will be … Continue reading Apple might be planning to launch another variant of iPhone 9