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New iPhone 8 details are emerging, and they have been found within the HomePod firmware update, which also includes audio files that have been posted to YouTube.
In the future you could wave your Apple Watch or iPhone near a passport reader in the future, instead of pulling out the paper document.
Accessibility features like VoiceOver has been added to the HomePod, according to developer Steve Troughton-Smith.
The sonic gun can affect iPhone and other smartphones, as well as smarthome devices, self-driving cars, and even the air bag sensors in modern vehicles.
The two exploits were meant for OS X Snow Leopard and OS X Lion, so your modern Mac running the latest version of macOS shouldn’t be in danger.
We’ve got screenshots, as well as details of how much cloud storage Nimbus users will get. Hint: it’s waaaay bigger than Creative Cloud storage.
President Trump claims in an interview that three Apple manufacturing plants will be built in the United States. Apple declined to comment, although Foxconn is reportedly considering Wisconsin as a plant location.
It seems as if smartphone manufacturers are holding off their endeavors until Apple releases the iPhone 8 later this fall.
One video shows how AR can point out major landmarks in your area, while the other video gives an example of how people will be able to navigate by following lines.
A source within Apple said it’s determined on a case-by-case basis, depending on availability of stock.
Apple’s Clips app got an update today, with posters and overlays from Disney and Pixar featuring characters from Toy Story and Inside Out.
Right now Amazon Pay Places is only available at TGI Friday’s in certain locations, and Amazon hasn’t said when it will roll out to more locations and with more partners.
The new Snapchat features seem to bring it more in line with apps like Clips, and take it a step away from the instant gratification that originally made Snapchat explode in popularity.
Boost your iPhone videography with the limited edition Filmer’s Kit by olloclip. It’s sold in Apple Stores around the world.
Celebrate World Emoji Day with Apple by guessing iTunes movie titles in emojis and preview new emojis coming later this year.
Apple wants iPads in the hands of every doctor, nurse, and patient. There are trial programs already underway in several U.S. hospitals.
Just like Nintendo is resurrecting the NES Mini and SNES Mini, so too is Atari bringing back its own gaming console. Design-wise, the Ataribox takes design inspiration from the Atari 2600. One model has the familiar black and wood design, while the other has black with red accents. Both have the raised back and ribbing, with glass and wood finishes for the front. The rest of the specs are all modern. The Ataribox will come with an HDMI port, four USB ports, and SD card expansion slots, which may hint that Atari will allow sideloading. More detailed internals haven’t been released yet, but Atari promises to stuff it full of “modern internal specs” to support “current gaming content.” Pricing and release date information haven’t been released either, and Atari says they want to “get this right” before they make any more announcements.
A tiny Lego Mac called Byte Edition v3.0 is being sold online by PowerPig. It features a mouse, keyboard, and the iconic “hello” screen display. You can even open it up to reveal interior details like a detailed logic board, drive assembly, and analog board. The dimensions are (Computer): 3.62″ tall x 3.15″ wide x 2.83″ deep (92 mm x 80 mm x 72 mm). For being a small toy, there is a whopping 322 parts in total. You might need to grab a pair of tweezers and a magnifying glass before you build it. Go to the PowerPig website and preorder it for US$78.50. It’s expected to start shipping on July 27 and you can only have one shipment per order.
You can prevent tracking in Safari running macOS High Sierra. It uses machine learning to stop websites from tracking you across the web.