Apple will be hosting its 2018 second fiscal quarter earnings report and conference call on Tuesday, May 1st.
Phoronix thought that maybe it had to do with the CUPS print server or LLVM compiler, but the emphasis on embedded systems might mean something different.
Apple released watchOS 4.3.1 beta 1 for developers on Monday with what seems to be just bug fixes for the Apple Watch operating system.
The report is attributed to unnamed sources who said the project is codenamed Kalamata, which is both a city in Greece and an olive variant.
Apple released iOS 11.4 developer beta for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch on Monday. This is the first developer beta for iOS 11.4 and includes AirPlay 2, along with hints that HomePod stereo support is finally coming.
Cloudflare launched its own DNS servers that focus on privacy, speed, and avoiding online censorship.
If syncing is now removed, then I wonder if Apple will end up removing Facebook from Internet Accounts.
The nutrition logging service MyFitnessPal just uncovered a massive data breach that impacts 150 million users.
Apple released the combo updater for macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 on Friday. The combo updater is a 2.49GB download and contains everything in the macOS Sierra 10.13.4 released on Thursday, along with all the updates since High Sierra’s inaugural 10.13.0 release back in the fall.
This week’s Rants & Raves column is a public service announcement for World Backup Day (Saturday, March 31) and its lesser-known sibling, World Redundant Backup Day—No Foolin’ (Sunday, April 1).
Download Apple profile data is a good move, and it’s unfortunate that Apple didn’t have something like this sooner, instead of being forced by regulation.
It’s like MTV, without the reality crap.
Apple released tvOS 11.3 for the Apple TV and Apple TV 4K on Thursday. The update adds new ratings-based content filtering options, along with more transparent privacy information.
Apple released watchOS 4.3 on Thursday with support for controlling HomePod playback and volume from your Apple Watch, as well as adding back the ability to control iPhone music playback from your wrist.
Along with iOS 11.3, Apple released the first HomePod software update on Thursday. The update, HomePod 11.3, includes what Apple calls “general improvements for stability and quality.”
Just a day after released a special version of iOS 11.3 for the 9.7-inch iPad with Apple Pencil support, Apple rolled out its general iOS 11.3 release for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
iOS 11.3’s promised music videos section in Apple Music has shown up early. The new feature groups together music videos into categories like “Today’s Video Hits,” and “New Music Videos,” and “Music Video Playlists.”
There’s no indication of when the update will be available for other devices, but we don’t expect it to be much longer.
The Pages icon on the Mac remains the same though, although maybe it will get updated in the next version of macOS.