Apple Responds To Viral Tweet Over Disappearing iTunes Movies

The tweet in question outlined a fairly simple-sounding scenario in which a user said three movies he had purchased in iTunes had been removed from his account, meaning he was unable to play or re-download them. Apple support acknowledged that the movies were gone and attempted to rectify the issue by providing rental credits, far… Read More »

Roundup: iPhone Xs And Xs Max First Impressions And Videos

It’s been less than 24 hours since Apple’s “Gather round” event. Already, we’ve seen a long list of first impression posts and videos arrive for two the biggest stars of the event, the iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max. Here’s a rundown at what folks are saying about the company’s newest flagship devices. CNBC starts… Read More »

Things We Know About iPhone Xs And Xs Max

iPhone Xs and Xs Max feature faster Face ID authentication At Apple’s September 12th event, the Cupertino-based company unveiled its new iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max handsets with a bevy of hardware upgrades from their predecessor, the iPhone X. One of the significant leaps comes by way of faster and more secure Face ID… Read More »

Priced iPhone X Hoisting Up Sales Of iPhone 8 Plus, Study Suggests

A key takeaway from Mixpanel’s iPhone and iOS data, collected over the trailing four years, is iPhone X’s performance. Despite carrying a four-digit price tag, the flagship handset was able to capture a sizable chunk of the overall iPhone market, reaching a high of 12 percent in August. This year also marks the first time… Read More »

Apple Escapes Most Punitive Measures In VirnetX FaceTime

The contents of a final judgement in the long-running patent case between non-practicing entity VirnetX and Apple have been unsealed, revealing that while both companies had motions denied by the court, VirnetX was granted only half the “sunset royalty” it demanded and was refused an embargo on sales and imports. Issued on August 30 by… Read More »

Apple Creates webpage For Quicker Response To Law Enforcement Requests

Apple made the addition to its existing law enforcement communication systems clear on its privacy website late on Wednesday. In the update, the company reiterated that it responds to emergency requests 24 hours a day, and seven days week. “We are building a team of professionals dedicated to training law enforcement officers globally, which will… Read More »

Apple Releases iOS 12 Beta 12 To Developers

My iPhone running the iOS 12 beta keeps telling me I have an update available any time I drag down and open the command center (and then dismiss it). There is no update available when I go to Settings. Can I fix this, or is it a known bug? iPhone and iPad users who have… Read More »

Everything New With The Photos App In iOS 12

The stock Photos app on the iPhone and iPad is home to all the images you shoot on your devices. Apple has made some great improvements in their massive iOS 12 update and AppleInsider is going in to show you everything that has changed. For you The most noticeable change is the new tab titled… Read More »