Everyone expects iPhone 8 to host a nice curvy OLED display
KK Sneak Leaks reckons we're looking at a full face glass screen. Others claim a small amount of aluminium
Apple's getting into curves. Here are some they created earlier...
Will we finally see the loss of the Home button? If it goes, will Touch ID become part of the display, or slip round the back?
Quite how an unannounced product can actually be late remains one of the great unsolved questions of the Apple universe
This is Facebook's AR at F8. Who recalls Tim Cook talking about AR for communication? If only the camera could capture depth of field...
We'll see a better dual camera, but recent claims suggest it will turn around 90 degrees, and be vertical. And that there will be dual lens camera on the front of the device.
Whatever happened to those wireless charging rumors? I'm not anticipating a pad free charger,
Apple introduced its W1 wireless chip last year. Is it too early for W2? The company is bringing as many components as it can in-house, presumably in order to create complete proprietary systems on a single chip. (5nm by 2019).
Has anyone thought about Apple's focus on machine intelligence? We know Siri will be smarter, though I don't think we can expect Einstein. Yet.
With its powerful processor, upgraded graphics, brighter screen, this will be the fastest smartphone money can buy.
All the latest iPhone 8 rumors in pictures. Add your own ideas in comments.
Set to ship in the fall, macOS Mojave will be available to Apple’s Public Beta testers soon so they can take a look at it themselves. Until then, here's a look at what we can expect from the screenshot tools.Apple’s latest iteration of macOS includes several enhancements, including Dark Mode, desktop management and Finder improvements, Quick Look, […]
Mac users have been able to create and use text clippings since the last century and Mac OS 9, but the feature remains relatively underexploited — despite being such a great way to boost productivity.What are text clippings? Text clippings are small chunks of text on your Mac. Easy to create, they are also easy […]
If you can determine the vitality of a platform within a sector by the activity it generates, then the appearance of new Apple in the enterprise-focused start-up, Fleetsmith, speaks volumes. I caught up with Zack Blum, CEO and co-founder, to see why he thinks the enterprise is Apple’s space today.Apple ‘raised the bar’ for enterprise IT […]
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Apple’s watchOS 5 plays to the strengths of Apple Watch and opens up some new and interesting ways to develop for and make use of the device. The enterprise case for Apple Watch Apple always says its goal with the Apple Watch is to deliver brief and meaningful interactions at exactly the right time.This dedication […]