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  1. Apple is shutting down Dark Sky's iOS app and website in 2022 Apple acquired the hyperlocal weather app, Dark Sky, in 2020 and, at that time, it was highly likely that it would shut down Dark Sky's apps and website in the same year. However, the company also said that there would be "no changes to Dark Sky for iOS" at that time. In 2021, we see that there is a small update to the Dark Sky blog that appears to be adding a new shuttering date for the Dark Sky iOS App, API, and website. Adam Grossman, the co-founder of the Dark Sky weather app, wrote:
  2. Early tests show Apple’s Private Relay feature does not live up to speed promises Apple introduced a new iOS 15 feature at WWDC called Private Relay. The feature is designed to frustrate companies tracking you on the internet by routing your data via two servers, one belonging to Apple and the other to a 3rd party. When Apple introduced the service they promised it would not reduce your connection speed or “compromise your performance“, something which was frankly hard to believe. Now early tests have shown that promise was indeed too good to be true. Googl
  3. Apple WWDC 2021: the 15 biggest announcements Catch up on the news from Apple’s big developer conference Apple just wrapped up its WWDC 2021 keynote, and it was jam-packed with news and announcements, including our first looks at iOS 15, the new macOS Monterey, big improvements to FaceTime, and more. Our live blog has moment-by-moment commentary on what Apple announced from Nilay Patel and Dieter Bohn. But if you just want to know the big-ticket items from the show, we’
  4. Apple adds welcome privacy features to Mail, Safari Say goodbye to IP tracking Apple has always stressed user privacy as part of its core mission. At its WWDC 2021 event, it announced it would be adding a spate of powerful new functions to Mail and Safari, as well as giving users broader insight into what their installed apps are doing with their information. First, Apple’s Mail appears to have declared war on tracking pixels, which can be included in some emails to give third parties insight into if or when their messages
  5. Apple announces macOS Monterey update with powerful features Along with the new iPadOS 15 and iOS 15, Apple today announced the macOS Monterey update with several powerful features. The developer beta of macOS Monterey is available to Apple Developer Program today and the update will be available to the general public this fall. Some of the new features included in macOS Monterey include Safari’s new tab design, shared experiences with SharePlay in FaceTime, Universal Control and AirPlay to Mac. You can read about them in detail below. Already the world’s fastes
  6. Apple is bringing FaceTime to Windows 10 and Android users via the web At its annual developer event, Apple announced major changes to its mobile platform including the introduction of iOS 15. Along with iOS 15, Apple has also announced that it will be opening FaceTime to Windows and Android users. With the new update, FaceTime will act more in line with other video conferencing apps like Zoom and Skype, allowing users to share links to calls to others. These links will work on both Windows 10 and Android. Unfortunately, Apple has not com
  7. Apple planning to refresh iPad Pro and iPad mini with new design and features While small businesses are struggling to survive, big tech companies seem to be thriving in the pandemic. With people looking to work and study from home, Apple has seen a surge in iPad orders. As a result, the Cupertino-based company is prepping to redesign the iPad mini after six years and also add a few new features to the next iPad Pro. Citing "people with knowledge of the matter" Bloomberg claims that Apple is planning to refresh the iPad mini later this year and the iPad Pro tha
  8. What to expect from WWDC 2021: iOS 15, M2, and more Software is usually the focus, but we'll probably see a new Mac chip. Behold, the Steve Jobs auditorium on Apple's campus in 2017. This is where Apple often hosts its events. First image of article image gallery. Please visit the source link to see all images. Apple kicks off its annual developer conference, WWDC, with a keynote presentation on Monday. As was the case last year, WWDC will be an online-only affair, but don't let that fool you: We think this is going to
  9. Kon-Boot is an application which will silently bypass the authentication process of Windows based operating systems. Without overwriting your old password! In other words you can login to your Windows profile without knowing your password. Easy to use and excellent for tech repairs, data recovery and security audits. Fast, tiny and gets your job done! KON-BOOT 2in1 for Windows and Mac OSX. One Kon-Boot pendrive to bypass Windows and Mac OSX authorization process. One Kon-Boot pendrive to rule them all! Kon-Boot 2in1 is basically Kon-Boot for Windows and Kon-Boot for Mac OSX connected togeth
  10. 2021 MacBook Pro to Feature M1X Chip, With Apple Expected to Remove the Front Logo From the Chin The 2021 MacBook Pro line, which is reported to drop this summer, is not just expected to see a redesign, but powerful internal specifications, according to a new rumor. One of those internal changes is in addition to the M1X chip, followed by the removal of ‘MacBook Pro’ branding at the display’s chin. New M1X Is Said to Be an Extension of the M1, Featuring More CPU and GPU Cores According to 9to5Mac, the source has a decent track record and claims that the M1X will differ fro
  11. More people are buying wearables than ever before—and Apple is in the lead But the fastest-growing categories are ones Apple hasn't even touched yet. The wearables category of consumer devices—which includes smartwatches, fitness trackers, and augmented reality glasses—shipped more than 100 million units in the first quarter for the first time, according to research firm IDC. Q2 2021 saw a 34.4 percent increase in sales over the same quarter in 2020. To be clear: wearables have sold that many (and more) units in a quarter before, but never in the first qu
  12. Apple releases macOS 11.4 with expanded GPU support, Safari bug fixes, more Apple has officially made macOS 11.4 available to the public. The latest software enables support for several AMD GPUs as well as support for paid subscriptions in the Podcasts app, bug fixes for Safari, Preview, and more. macOS 11.4 is available now for all users and should be showing up in System Preferences > Software Update soon if it’s not already. Apple’s also made the latest software available for iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple TV. macOS 11.4 is a more minor update after 11
  13. iPad 2 Now Considered Obsolete Worldwide The 2nd generation iPad, introduced by Steve Jobs in March of 2011, has officially been marked as an obsolete product worldwide. Released less than a year after the launch of the original ‌‌iPad‌‌, the second-generation ‌‌iPad‌‌ marked a breakthrough for the product line and set the groundwork for years to come. Apple added the ‌iPad‌ 2 to its "vintage and obsolete" product list in May of 2019, which marked the ‌iPad‌ as obsolete in all countries except the United States and Turkey, where local law required Apple to continue to c
  14. Apple expanding ‘Air Quality’ Weather app feature to more countries with iOS 14.7 One of the new features introduced with iOS 14 last year was the ability to see Air Quality in the Weather app, but this is restricted to only a few regions. However, with the first beta of iOS 14.7, the company is finally expanding this feature to more countries. As reported by multiple users on Reddit and Twitter, iOS 14.7 beta 1 brings the Air Quality feature in the iPhone Weather app to more regions. This includes cities in the Netherlands, France, Italy, and Spain. Other comments also
  15. None of Apple's AirPods or HomePods support lossless audio Yesterday Apple Music announced that it will enable lossless audio streaming for all of its subscribers at no extra cost starting in June. But as it turns out, Apple doesn’t actually sell headphones or speakers that can play that lossless audio. First off, Apple’s wireless headphones only support the lossy AAC codec (which is also used by Apple Music), so the AirPods and AirPods Pro are out. The AirPods Max do have the option of plugging in with a cable using a 3.5mm adapter, but that doesn’t work either.
  16. In July 2018, when Guizhou-Cloud Big Data (GCBD) agreed to a deal with state-owned telco China Telecom to move users' iCloud data belonging to Apple's China-based users to the latter's servers, the shift raised concerns that it could make user data vulnerable to state surveillance. Now, according to a deep-dive report from The New York Times, Apple's privacy and security concessions have "made it nearly impossible for the company to stop the Chinese government from gaining access to the emails, photos, documents, contacts and locations of millions of Chinese residents."
  17. iPad Pro with Mini LED could be delayed up to July For a company like Apple, delays in product shipments aren’t just embarrassing, they’re also costly for everyone involved in the production chain. Fortunately, those instances are rare and happen only in the most extreme conditions. Unfortunately, those conditions might be at play again with the latest-gen iPad Pros who might not be shipping until two months because of the very feature that defines this biggest and newest Apple tablet. There were already worries that Apple would postpone its April event and
  18. Apple says that more than 215,000 iOS apps were blocked by its App Store's App Review team for privacy violations in 2020, while another 150,00 were rejected because they were spamming or misleading iOS users. The company also blocked 48,000 applications from being published on the App Store due to using undocumented or having hidden features. Ninety-five thousand additional apps were also removed from the App Store for using bait-and-switch tactics where new features and capabilities were added to fundamentally change their functionality after being approved.
  19. Apple has developed a way to deliver true 3D content on Device Displays without requiring the use of 3D Glasses The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office officially granted Apple a patent that relates to delivering 3D content like movies and augmented reality to devices like the iPhone, iPad and Macs without requiring 3D glasses that is used to watch a 3D movie in a theater. This could be a killer app if Apple is able to translate their patent into a real product before their competitors do. Apple notes in their granted patent background that image and video c
  20. Apple reportedly will continue to require masks in its US retail stores Per the CDC, fully-vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks in most settings Apple will keep its mask mandate in place at its US retail stores Getty Images Despite new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Apple will keep its mandatory mask policy in place at its US retail stores for the time being, Bloomberg reported. The company informed stores that it is continuing to evaluate COVID-19-related health and safety measures, but that the policy requiring cu
  21. Rumor: Next-gen MacBook Air design to feature flat edges, white bezels, more Last week, a rumor suggested that a future MacBook Air could be available in an array of colors similar to the new M1 iMac. Now, more details about the next MacBook Air’s design have potentially emerged, and they hint at a handful of notable changes. In a new video posted to his YouTube channel today, leaker Jon Prosser says that he obtained images of a redesigned MacBook in new colors. He explains that it’s not explicitly clear whether this is the MacBook Air or perhaps an adjecti
  22. Apple AirTag Was Hacked and Successfully Reprogrammed at Will A researcher managed to break in the Apple AirTag firmware and change the code. In one example, the researcher shows a notification generated by the modified AirTag, displaying a URL under his control. There’s a possibility for more malicious potential, but Apple should step in to fix the issue before it gets out of hand. A German researcher has finally managed to break into the Apple AirTag microcontroller and then proceeded to reflash it with modified firmware. What this means i
  23. Apple awards $45 million to the company that helps make tough iPhone screens Corning's Silicon Valley research center. Photo: Leander Kahney/Cult of Mac Apple is handing another $45 million to the company which makes Gorilla Glass for the iPhone. Announced Monday, Apple’s eight-figure award will help Corning “expand manufacturing” and “drive research and development” in the United States. It’s part of Apple’s Advanced Manufacturing Fund, dedicated to supporting American businesses that are creating the jobs of the future. But, like the recent $410 mi
  24. Apple may switch to its own 5G iPhone modems by 2023 Qualcomm will remain its 5G chip supplier until then, said analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Engadget Apple's purchase of Intel's 5G smartphone modem business in 2019 may start to pay dividends by 2023, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in a report from MacRumors. Apple's first iPhones using its own custom-designed 5G chips will appear in 2023 "at the earliest," he wrote. If that proves accurate, Apple will rely on Qualcomm to supply its modems for at least a couple more generations of iPhones. "We predi
  25. Apple injects $410M into laser maker as AR glasses rumors swirl Investing in a future beyond the iPhone. Apple Apple on Friday announced it was awarding $410 million from its Advanced Manufacturing Fund to little-known optical manufacturing company II-VI to “create additional capacity and accelerate delivery of future components for iPhone.” The company, which has been an Apple partner since 2017, makes “vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSELs) that help power Face ID, Memoji, Animoji, and Portrait mode selfies” made possible by t
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