IOS 17, iPadOS 17 and macOS Sonoma are disappointing upgrades
At WWDC23, Apple unveils its various new operating systems. We don't see any significant groundbreaking novelties, but small changes should further enhance the Apple experience.
IOS 17 introduces new features for every phone's essential elements: calling and texting. For the iPad, the new syste... Read more
German antitrust watchdog: “insufficient transparency” in online ads
Google has an unfair market advantage in behavioural advertising, according to the German competition authority.
This week Germany's antitrust regulator, the Bundeskartellamt (Federal Cartel Office) announced that it had published the final report on its sector inquiry into non-search online adv... Read more
Apple forges multi-billion dollar deal with Broadcom
Apple and Broadcom have agreed another major deal. Under this partnership that will run for some years, Broadcom will take the helm of designing and producing a diverse range of cutting-edge wireless components for Apple's extensive product lineup.
The spotlight shines brightly on the revolution... Read more
‘Apple looking to advance AI for iPhones, iPads and other devices’
Apple is reportedly looking to advance the AI capabilities of its devices. Recent moves indicate that the tech giant may be looking at generative AI to "transform" its suite of products.
Apple appears to be push forward aggressively into the area of AI development, according to a new analysis of... Read more
Apple releases security updates for WebKit vulnerabilities
Apple has released security updates to combat the exploitation of various WebKit vulnerabilities. These insidious flaws, bearing the names CVE-2023-32409, CVE-2023-28204, and CVE-2023-32373, have set their sights on WebKit, the browser engine championed by Apple in its Safari browser.
Apple also... Read more
Apple claims its App Store stopped $2B in fraudulent transactions
Apple highlighted in a recent press release that its App Store prevented more than $2 billion in potentially fraudulent transactions last year while rejecting nearly 1.7 million app submissions for failing to meet privacy and security standards.
This announcement comes as Apple faces mounting pr... Read more
iPhone 16 Pro could come with periscope lens, larger screen
The iPhone 16 Pro models could revolutionize mobile photography by including periscope lens technology. In a recent update, Apple industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that both iPhone 16 Pro models will benefit from this innovative feature.
Kuo's insight suggests that the iPhone 16 Pro will be... Read more
What does Apple have to gain from the mixed reality market?
It really seems to be coming: the announcement of Apple's first mixed reality (MR) headset. According to sources from the Wall Street Journal, the device will cost $3,000. What does Apple have to gain from the MR market? And who is willing to shell out that much money for an "experimental" product?... Read more
EU warns Apple against using restrictive USB-C tech
The US tech giant is once again under fire from the European Commission for bucking the bloc's goals of universality and interoperability.
The EU Commission has warned Apple against making some functions only available for original Apple cables when the mobile phone maker introduces its new char... Read more
Google and Apple look to address unwanted Bluetooth tracking
This week Apple and Google jointly submitted a proposed industry specification to help combat the misuse of Bluetooth location-tracking devices for unwanted tracking. The two mobile phone makers are asking other manufacturers and providers to sign onto the new standard.
The specification, which ... Read more