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  1. Bloomberg: Apple Working on 'Thinner and Lighter' High-End MacBook Air With MagSafe, Could Launch in Second Half of 2021 Apple is working on a "thinner and lighter" version of the MacBook Air that the company plans to release during the second half of this year at the earliest or in 2022, according to a new report by well-connected Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman. It will include Apple's MagSafe charging technology and a next-generation version of the company's in-house Mac processors. Apple has discussed making the laptop smaller by shrinking the border a
  2. Apple’s VR headset will launch with limited AR features in 2022 Apple is reportedly working on a virtual reality headset that will launch in 2022. Reported by Bloomberg Technology, Apple’s first stab at entering the headset space will reportedly focus on providing a high-quality virtual reality experience instead of augmented reality. While Apple has incorporated multiple AR technologies into their mainstream product lines – such as LIDAR – the company’s first headset will only feature limited AR functionality in its first generation release.
  3. Apple Extends 13-Inch MacBook Pro Backlight Repair Program Apple this week extended its worldwide 13-inch MacBook Pro Display Backlight Service Program, authorizing coverage for eligible notebooks for up to five years after the original purchase date or up to three years after the start date of the program, whichever is longer. The previous cutoff was four years after the original purchase date. Apple launched the program on May 21, 2019 after determining that a "very small percentage" of 13-inch MacBook Pro units sold between October 2016 and February 2018
  4. Prototype iPhone 5s shown in black and slate gray colors A prototype of the iPhone 5s has surfaced with an unusual slate grey backing, a darker color scheme that may have been used to disguise the iPhone model ahead of its launch. Unveiled by Apple in September 2013 and accompanied by the iPhone 5c, the iPhone 5s was offered to the public in a choice of three color schemes. However, new images suggest Apple may have considered another option, one it ended up using on pre-release devices. Images shared by @DongleBookPro on Twitter
  5. Researchers Earn $50,000 for Hacking Apple Servers A couple of researchers claim they have earned $50,000 from Apple for finding some serious vulnerabilities that gave them access to the tech giant’s servers. Harsh Jaiswal and Rahul Maini, India-based bug bounty hunters who specialize in application security, said they discovered the flaws in recent months, being inspired by a group of researchers who in October reported receiving hundreds of thousands of dollars from Apple for a total of 55 vulnerabilities, including ones that exposed source code, iCloud accounts, ware
  6. Apple fails to overturn VirnetX patent verdict, could owe over $1.1 billion (Reuters) - A federal judge denied Apple Inc’s bid to set aside or reduce a $502.8 million patent infringement verdict favoring VirnetX Holding Corp, and awarded interest and royalties that could boost Apple’s total payout in two lawsuits above $1.1 billion. FILE PHOTO: The Apple Inc logo is seen hanging at the entrance to the Apple store on 5th Avenue in Manhattan, New York, U.S., October 16, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Segar/File Photo In a decision issued on Friday, U.S. District Jud
  7. Apple may be planning the first iMac redesign in almost a decade The iconic iMac may get a new look this year (Image credit: Apple) Apple is reportedly planning its first major redesign of their desktop iMac computers in nearly a decade. The design of the popular iMac desktop all-in-one computer was first introduced in 2012 and has remained largely unchanged in the years since, something that many of us have noted over the years. Now, however, they may be getting a major refresh than
  8. Apple is reportedly readying a new Podcast subscription service Podcasts+. What you need to know Apple is reportedly talking to partners about creating a subscription service around podcasts. Source: Christine Romero-Chan / iMore Apple is working with its partners to bring a subscription service to podcasts, according to a new report. Citing unnamed sources, Bloomberg reports that Apple is adding a subscription service to its podcasting business at some point this year as it considers funding new original programming.
  9. Apple Kills MacOS Feature Allowing Apps to Bypass Firewalls Security researchers lambasted the controversial macOS Big Sur feature for exposing users’ sensitive data. Apple has removed a contentious macOS feature that allowed some Apple apps to bypass content filters, VPNs and third-party firewalls. The feature, first uncovered in November in a beta release of the macOS Big Sur feature, was called “ContentFilterExclusionList” and included a list of at least 50 Apple apps – including Maps, Music, FaceTime, the App Store and its s
  10. Apple is reportedly prototyping foldable iPhone screens And Touch ID could return to this year’s iPhone under the display Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Apple has started work on a foldable phone, and it’s begun prototyping foldable screens internally, according to Bloomberg. A final device is likely still years away, the report says, and Apple is working on just the display for now — not the rest of the phone it would attach to. The initial prototypes sound similar
  11. Apple is again extending TV Plus trials to July The move comes in the wake of COVID-related production delays Image: Apple According to 9to5Mac, Apple will be extending its free year-long trials of its TV Plus service to customers until July 2021. The trials were originally included with the purchase of any Apple device (e.g., an iPhone, iPad, Mac, Apple TV) and were initially set to last until November 1st, 2020. This is the second extension, with the first extending from November 2020 to Februar
  12. Apple debuts first trailer for Cherry, starring Tom Holland Apple offers up a slice of Cherry (Image credit: Apple) Following their box office-smashing mega-hit Avengers: Endgame, director siblings Joe and Anthony Russo have once again taken up directing duties with Cherry, an Apple Original crime thriller which reteams the pair with Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland. Now, Apple has released its first official trailer for the film, which has received an American R rating for "graphic drug use, disturbin
  13. Apple releases iOS 12.5.1 for older iPhones with Exposure Notification bug fixes Apple releases iOS 12.5.1 update with fixes related to the COVID-19 Exposure Notification feature which was added to older iPhones in December. Apple released iOS 12.5 for devices that could not update to iOS 14 with the crucial Exposure Notification feature. Users with older devices are encouraged to update and check if their region is participating in the COVID-19 tracking API. The bug fix notes sate: "This u
  14. Apple sold a load more Macs in 2020 as its break from Intel paid off Rosy figures for last year – and Q4 in particular (Image credit: Future) Apple sold a whole load of Macs throughout 2020, according to new figures from an analyst firm – and Tim Cook’s company was likely helped by the launch of new PCs powered by Apple’s own M1 chip (which has been very well-received). Canalys has just produced its overview of the global PC market for Q4 2020, which summarizes the entire year as well, and shows that
  15. iPhone SE 3 Possibly Launching in April New iPhone is just around the corner, it seems While Apple is projected to launch the new-generation iPhone 13 in September, it looks like there’s more to come from the Cupertino-based tech giant on the smartphone front in the meantime. A new report from Macotakara indicates Apple could take the wraps off a cheaper iPhone as soon as April. In case you haven’t figured it out already, this is a new iPhone SE model, which could eventually be called iPhone SE. And the April ETA perfectly makes sense, as Ap
  16. Apple allegedly working with Hyundai on electric car for 2027 The Korea Economic Daily got confirmation of the collaboration. Enlarge Aurich Lawson / Getty Images 119 with 82 posters participating Apple's automotive plan includes a collaboration with Hyundai, according to a report published on Friday by the Korea Economic Daily. It says that Apple and Hyundai are working on battery technology that will differ from the kind used in the automaker's new battery electric vehicle platform, which goes into production l
  17. Apple’s App Store made an estimated $64 billion in 2020 In 2019, it brought in an estimated $50 billion Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge According to CNBC’s analysis, Apple’s App Store made $64 billion in revenue in 2020, which is a 28 percent increase from the estimated $50 billion it made in 2019. This represents a good amount of growth for the App Store since the estimated increase between 2018 and 2019 was only 3.1 percent. It’s hard to tell the exact reason for the spike i
  18. iPhone 12 Costs $431 to Make, 26% More Expensive than iPhone 11 Counterpoint analysis provides closer look at BoM Counterpoint Research has conducted an analysis of the Bill of Materials, or BOM, on the iPhone 12, determining that the new device costs $431 to make. In other words, all components available on the iPhone 12 lead to a cost that’s 26 percent higher than on the iPhone 11, and the reason is as simple as it could be: the addition of 5G components, which are rather pricy. “Producing a 128GB iPhone 12 mmWave (millimeter-wave) smartphone wi
  19. iPhone SE Plus release date, price, leaks and what we want to see All we've heard about a powerful mid-range Plus-size iPhone (Image credit: Future) The iPhone SE 2020 launched in mid-April 2020 as the first affordable iPhone Apple’s released since the iPhone 8 in late 2017. But according to rumors, there’s another mid-range handset headed our way: a big iPhone SE Plus. We had hoped the iPhone 12 launch might also bring us a new iPhone SE, but that didn't happen - instead, we got the iPhone 12 mini, which is about the size we'd expect the iPhone S
  20. Upcoming Apple privacy update has developers desperately seeking dodges Developers look at invasive user tracking techniques before advertising rule change. Enlarge / Social media applications are seen on an iPhone in this photo illustration in Warsaw, Poland, on December 17, 2020. Facebook has disabled several features on its Messenger app to comply with new data usage rules currently being put in place in the EU as part of the ePrivacy Directive. (Photo illustration by Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images) Getty Images 1
  21. Apple will require apps to add privacy ‘nutrition labels’ starting December 8th The labels explain what data is collected at a glance Image: Apple Apple debuted a collection of privacy features when it announced iOS 14, but the company’s privacy “nutrition label” concept did not arrive with the launch of the new operating system in September. Today, Apple announced that developers will be required to provide the information for those “labels” starting December 8th. Like a normal nutri
  22. How to use AirPlay to share music from an Android phone While Google’s Cast ecosystem is fairly open, allowing connections from both Android and iOS devices, Apple’s AirPlay isn’t nearly as easy. Here’s how to connect to AirPlay devices from an Android phone or tablet. Apple AirPlay, like Google’s Cast and Chromecast, is built to be a seamless way to share music, movies, and photos from macOS and iOS devices to a HomePod or other Apple device, as well as third-party receivers. Many devices from companies like Roku and Vizio offer AirPlay compatibility.
  23. Apple Reportedly Placed a Large mmWave 5G Antenna Order for the Upcoming iPhone 13 Family For 2020, when Apple unveiled the iPhone 12 series, mmWave 5G support was only available in the U.S., but things could take a different turn when the iPhone 13 officially announces. A fresh report claims that Apple is working with foreign telecom companies to bring mmWave 5G support to other regions in the coming years. To speed up this standard's proliferation, the iPhone giant has apparently placed a large order for mmWave antennas. Qiqi Will Reportedly Be Added to Apple’s
  24. Here’s everything we know about Apple’s plans for an AR headset We’ve been hearing rumors about a new Apple augmented reality headset for years now, but it’s unclear when the company plans to introduce this product. Although some rumors had pointed to the launch in 2020, this has not happened — and now a new rumor suggests that Apple’s AR glasses are coming this year. Read on for our full breakdown of Apple’s AR device rumors. First rumors The first rumors about an AR device from Apple emerged in 2017 when Bloomberg reported that Apple was working on its own A
  25. Elon Musk says Apple refused a meeting to acquire Tesla He considered selling during Model 3 ‘production hell’ in 2017, but Tim Cook wouldn’t talk Photo by Sean O’Kane / The Verge Elon Musk said Tuesday that he wanted to sell Tesla to Apple during the “darkest days” of the Model 3 rollout but that CEO Tim Cook “refused” to take the meeting. Musk dished about the proffer in response to a tweet about how Apple has reportedly reignited its desire to make and sell an electric, autonomous
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