Apple CEO Tim Cook, Tesla CEO Elon Musk, Disney’s Bob Iger, are just three top executives who have condemned the decision.
Check out our roundup of the announcements and new products Apple may have lined up for Monday’s Worldwide Developer Conference 2017 keynote.
Time Machine on macOS is an amazingly elegant backup solution. When it comes to iPhone backups, there really hasn’t been anything like Time Machine. The team behind iMazing recognized this, and have recently released the public beta of software that brings Time Machine to iOS. iMazing Mini is available for download now, and it’s a free app. With iMazing Mini, you can take “snapshots” of your devices. These are incremental backups that you can roll back to at any time. DigiDNA optimized iMazing Mini to store dozens of backups without crowding your hard drive. You can view your data easily within the full-blown version of iMazing. Probably the best feature, though, is that you can go back in time and restore any specific version of your backup quickly and easily. Of course, it’s also nice that the software is free without any ads or paid cloud storage.
There is a perspective that says it’s pointless for the pros to predict what Apple will say in the WWDC Keynote, but it’s wrong.
You can use the server to get free hot showers, and also shrink your carbon footprint by three tons.
You’ll be glad to finally be able to open a CNN web site without an ad or other video blaring at you right from the start.
Jeff Butts and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to look at the security breach that exposed OneLogin encrypted data, plus they share their expectations for next week’s Worldwide Developer Conference keynote announcements.
We have a deal for you on the Adonit Switch 2-in-1 Stylus and Pen. As the name implies, it’s a stylus with a pen on the other end for when you need to go back and forth from paper to your iPad.It’s $19.99 through us, half off retail.
Hackers managed to steal a set of Amazon Web Service keys and use those to decrypt all kinds of OneLogin customer data.
Nike just started shipping their new Nike+ VaporMax Flyknit Apple Watch bands, but good luck getting one because they’re already sold out.
Looks like s#*t is getting real in San Jose because the WWDC 2017 banners are going up at the McEnery Convention Center.
Apple issued two developer-centric press releases, and that can only mean the company has too much stuff to fit them in during Monday’s WWDC keynote.
The ability to control external devices like drones, robots, and musical instruments opens the software—and Apple iPads—to a greater role in maker spaces and other STEM/STEAM education environments.
Apple’s annual worldwide developer conference isn’t just a technical conference for developers, rather, it’s a framework for Apple’s future ecosystem.
If the rumored iPhone 8 is bezel-less, as predicted, it will have a profound impact on the way photos are captured and displayed.
Dr. Mac has more great gadgets that make perfect gifts for the geeky grads and dads you love.
Plex’s latest up date lets you watch over the air HD TV shows live instead of having to record them first.
Bryan Chaffin and Dave Hamilton join Jeff Gamet to talk about how today’s announcements from Apple mean we’re in store for some big WWDC announcements, plus they discuss how the rumored Siri Speaker may be a Sonos competitor.
The Siri Speaker may be more of a living room device than a kitchen device.
Apple shared the big payout numbers just days ahead of next week’s Worldwide Developer Conference.