Monthly Archives: October 2018

How To Get The Most Out Of The Super Retina Display On Your iPhone X/XS/XS Max?

What’s the Super Retina display? The Super Retina display in iPhone X, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max was engineered by Apple to meet our incredibly high standards. This is the best OLED display that has ever shipped in a smartphone while offering the best color accuracy in the industry. The Super Retina display has… Read More »

Apple Brings More Than 70 New Emoji To iPhone With iOS 12.1

This year, iOS 12 will focus on performance and reliability improvements, along with new features like Memoji, Screen Time, Group FaceTime, and more. iOS 12 supports all of the same iPhones and iPads that iOS 11 worked with, which means it’ll work on the iPhone 5s, iPad Air and iPad mini 2 and all later… Read More »

iPhone XR Will Be Available At The Apple Store On October 26!

All-new Liquid Retina display — the most advanced LCD in the industry. Even faster Face ID. The smartest, most powerful chip in a smartphone. And a breakthrough camera system with Depth Control. iPhone XR. It’s beautiful any way you look at it. What’s the main features about the liquid retina? Introducing Liquid Retina All-new Liquid… Read More »

Cook Expected To Endorse US Privacy Laws, European Data Policies In Speech

Apple apparently shared a few details of Cook’s prepared remarks with TechCrunch, which published the excerpts on Tuesday alongside a brief synopsis of current data privacy issues facing the tech industry and world at large. Drawing from the few soundbites provided to the publication, Apple’s views on privacy will expectedly define the tenor of Cook’s… Read More »

Trade Group Representing Apple Proposes New Framework For Privacy Regulations

With the proliferation of mobile devices and nearly ubiquitous always-on connectivity, digital privacy has become a hot-button issue for governments around the world. ITI is the latest organization to lay out guidelines for lawmakers to consider as new regulations are crafted, claiming its solution is much more in-depth than any others put forward to date.… Read More »

Tim Cook Lambastes Bloomberg For iCloud Spy Chip Report, Calls For Tetraction

“There is no truth in their story about Apple,” Cook told BuzzFeed. “They need to do that right thing and retract it.” “I was involved in our response to this story from the beginning,” said Cook. “I personally talked to the Bloomberg reporters along with Bruce Sewell who was then our general counsel. We were… Read More »

Apple Pitched A Standardized Version Of iMessage To Wireless Carriers, But They Didn’t Bite

According to Forstall, Apple created iMessage because it wanted “messaging to feel more like a conversation,” reports The Wall Street Journal. Apple included a number of enhancements to traditional text messaging in its first-party solution. Read receipts, dynamic typing indicators, rich photo and video support and other niceties came standard. More recently, the company built… Read More »

Caviar Launches $6,000+ Custom iPhone XS With Built-In Mechanical Skeleton Watch

The Grand Complications Skeleton collection, inspired by luxury watches, features iPhone XS and XS Max models in titanium, pink gold, and black and gold, all of which have mechanical watch components included right in the casing. The front of the iPhone has been left untouched, but the back features a mechanical watch with an accurate… Read More »