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Apple ‘Security Loophole’ Exposes Business Wi-Fi Passwords To Hackers – Thomas Brewster

Apple appeals to business, in part, because of its impressive track record on iPhone and Mac security. Just last week, Forbes revealed the Democratic National Committee (DNC) was ditching Android in favor of iOS amidst concerns about hacking attempts in the run up to the midterm elections.But Apple isn't perfect. Researchers claimed on Thursday they've … Continue reading Apple ‘Security Loophole’ Exposes Business Wi-Fi Passwords To Hackers – Thomas Brewster

Up Next For Apple: 2018 MacBook Air, New iPad Pro – Brooke Crothers

Rumors have long suggested the MacBook Air might be getting the boot in favor of a 13-inch, entry-level MacBook sometime in 2018, according to supply chain reports. Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of TF International points to a different fate for the aging notebook: Kuo says that a cheaper 13-inch MacBook Air is likely on the … Continue reading Up Next For Apple: 2018 MacBook Air, New iPad Pro – Brooke Crothers

Apple Is Deleting Bought Films From iTunes Accounts – And Don’t Expect A Refund – John Archer

  You know how some people like to say that physical media is dead and streaming is the future? Well, Apple is doing a pretty good job right now of proving that theory well and truly wrong. Reports have started to emerge of Apple completely deleting films from iTunes accounts even when they’ve been bought, … Continue reading Apple Is Deleting Bought Films From iTunes Accounts – And Don’t Expect A Refund – John Archer

Apple $1 Trillion: Can Your Company Do The Same – Tom Taulli

hat are some of the factors that make it possible to create a trillion dollar company? What are the lessons from Apple? Here’s a look: #1 – Build An Ecosystem Tien Tzuo, who is the co-founder and CEO of Zuora, recently took his company public. The shares have since gained 117%. However, before launching Zuora, … Continue reading Apple $1 Trillion: Can Your Company Do The Same – Tom Taulli

New iPhone Leak Confirms Apple’s Significant Decision – Ewan Spence

Apple is set to sacrifice screen quality for margins in this year’s iPhone portfolio. The latest reports from the supply chains and analysts suggest that the Cupertino-based company will choose cheaper LCD screens for the new iPhones expected in September 2018. That’s great news for Apple’s bottom line, but it leaves the iPhone lagging behind … Continue reading New iPhone Leak Confirms Apple’s Significant Decision – Ewan Spence

Here’s How Apple Could Automate Stereo Pairing For a Typical HomePod Setup

In my HomePod Diary piece yesterday, I included what was almost a throwaway comment: One oddity is that you have to assign the left and right channels manually. Given that most people will, I imagine, orientate the speakers so that the volume controls are the right way up, I would have thought a pair of HomePods… … Continue reading Here’s How Apple Could Automate Stereo Pairing For a Typical HomePod Setup

Apple Watch Series 4: Rumors, Release Date & Features

  Apple’s revenues from its Other Products category (which basically includes every piece of hardware it sells that is not an iPhone, iPad, or Mac) just keep increasing, growing by 38 percent year over year in the second quarter of 2018. The Apple Watch is believed to comprise a large portion of that revenue, so it makes sense that many expect Apple … Continue reading Apple Watch Series 4: Rumors, Release Date & Features

Apple key In Effort To Commercialize Aluminum Production Without Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Aluminum is Apple’s go-to material for making many of its products sleek and durable, and now the company is taking serious steps to ensure using its favorite metal is also good for the planet. Two major aluminum producers are announcing a “joint venture to commercialize patented technology that eliminates direct greenhouse gas emissions from the … Continue reading Apple key In Effort To Commercialize Aluminum Production Without Greenhouse Gas Emissions

YouTube Claims iPhone Battery Issues Are Fixed in Latest App Update

(Source: http://www.macrumors.com) Some users had complained that YouTube was sucking the life out of their phones even while it was running in the background, although it’s unclear if that was limited to when users were casting video to a smart TV. Let us know how you get on with the updated YouTube app in the […] … Continue reading YouTube Claims iPhone Battery Issues Are Fixed in Latest App Update

Apple iPhone X May Have Sold Out Fast Only Because of Short Supply

(Source: http://www.inc.com) This morning was the beginning and almost immediate end of the iPhone X’s first sales availability to consumers. Reports show that it sold out in minutes. So, is the new model a hit? Although the time frame sounds promising, there’s a significant chance that sales will be iffy relative to some previous iPhone […] … Continue reading Apple iPhone X May Have Sold Out Fast Only Because of Short Supply

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