Review: iPhone 14 and 14 Pro — the gap got bigger
In front of us are the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, two new models from Apple's 2022 lineup. Just last year, we concluded that it was best to skip a generation, but what about now? Are these two models worth their (sharply increased) price?
The first peculiarity is that Apple changed this year's... Read more
UK to investigate Apple’s and Google’s mobile dominance
Their market dominance may be impeding developers and businesses, the government said.
Britain's antitrust watchdog, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), announced a market investigation into cloud gaming and mobile browsers, specifically targeting dominant tech giants Apple and Google.
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‘Apple tracks personal information despite claiming it doesn’t’
Two iOS security researchers have discovered that Apple's claim of protecting iPhone users' privacy is far from true.
A Twitter post by Tommy Mysk and Tala Haj Bakry alleges that Apple tracks users via an identifier referred to as 'Direct Services Identifier' (DSID).
Apple requests analytica... Read more
Italian court rejects Google’s €10 million appeal, accepts Apple’s one
The appeals refer to two €10 million fines imposed by the Italian antitrust authority in 2021.
Last week, an Italian administrative court rejected an appeal by Google against a fine from Italy's antitrust authority, according to Reuters. The same court did, however, accept an appeal filed by A... Read more
Apple warns it will ship fewer iPhones as China tightens COVID-19 policy
Apple forecasts fewer shipments of iPhone 14 models than initially indicated due to a significant reduction in production at shutdown plants in China, lowering its sales expectations for the key Christmas season.
Demand for premium iPhones built at Foxconn's Zhengzhou facility in China has helpe... Read more
Apple: not all security issues are addressed in older macOS versions
Apple released a document clarifying its security patch policy. Although most of the information isn't new, Apple clarified one aspect it hasn't before. Older versions of macOS and iOS receive security updates, but only devices running the most recent versions should expect to be completely protect... Read more
Apple releases beta of revamped iCloud web app
Apple squeezed yet another release into an already crammed October. The layout of iCloud's beta web app has been redesigned to be more configurable and visually attractive.
It's good enough to justify bookmarking the page, particularly if you regularly use a combination of Apple devices and othe... Read more
Major Cisco Webex update brings features for hybrid work
Cisco is giving Webex a major update. The networking giant wants to offer the most suitable platform for hybrid working. Among other things, its collaboration with Microsoft is being expanded.
According to Cisco, hybrid working remains a major challenge for companies -- especially when it comes ... Read more
Devs urge Apple to improve ‘nightmarish’ App Store review process
The approval process of Apple's App Store leaves many developers in the dark about how and why their apps and updates are reviewed and disapproved. Some consider quitting iOS development as a result.
Jake Nelson, a London-based developer, uploaded a regular update to Apple's App Store in Januar... Read more
Apple releases iPadOS 16, iOS 16.1 and macOS Ventura
Apple released a series of software updates for a range of devices, including macOS Ventura, iPadOS 16, iOS 16.1, tvOS 16.1 and watchOS 9.1.
The iOS, watchOS, tvOS and HomePod software updates are all bug fixes for the original x.0 versions released in September. In addition, each adds a minimum... Read more