As the release of iOS 14 draws near, Apple is clarifying what developers can and can not do in their apps.
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Apple has sent out an invite for an online event on September 15.
The ad industry is really upset that it won’t be able to track users all over the internet without permission.
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A new report from Bloomberg outlines Apple’s fall product lineup, which reportedly includes four iPhones, a new low-cast Watch, and a smaller HomePod.
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Bug fixes will no longer be delayed over guideline violations, and developers can appeal Apple's decisions on violations or suggest changes to the guidelines.
A new report from The China Times suggests that Apple is looking to revive the 12-inch Macbook with a faster chip and better battery.
We haven't yet reached the point where true wireless earbuds like the AirPods are as ubiquitous as old-school wired earbuds are but squinting at Telstra's latest promotion lets you get a little closer to that ideal.
If you had previously downloaded Fortnite or any other Epic game, you can still play, but those games will not be able to be updated.
Apple has settled a class-action lawsuit over a 'design defect' in the Powerbeats 2 headphones for nearly $10 million.
The Amazon Halo is a health device that will track your activity, body fat, and tone.
Apple is rumored to be readying a new iPad Air with USB-C and a design inspired by the iPad Pro.
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