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As we inch closer to its release, do you plan on buying Apple’s HomePod? [Poll]

All signs point to the launch of Apple’s HomePod being imminent. The smart speaker received FCC approval this week, while a separate report said Apple’s supplier has started shipping the first 1 million units. Are you planning to buy Apple’s HomePod? more…

London's SoHo Apple Store uses MOTU hardware and software to control the acoustics for live performances

Apple turns to existing solutions for many of the challenges it faces in retail. AppleInsider has learned that the London SoHo Apple Store uses MOTU software to control the audio environment, both for technical reasons, as well as as a practical demonstration for store-goers.

This week’s top stories: Disabling iPhone throttling, iPhone X design improvements, Apple’s investment in the US, more

In this week’s top stories: Tim Cook makes a big announcement regarding iPhone throttling, possible iPhone X design improvements, a beautiful watchOS 5 concept, and much more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories… more…

Disney hires former iTunes director to lead its upcoming streaming platform

2 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

A few months ago, Disney announced that it was planning to launch its own streaming video service as it ended its deal with Netflix. Variety now reports that Disney is turning to a former Apple director to lead that effort… more…

Apple’s enterprise evolution

Back in 2010, Apple’s iconic co-founder Steve Jobs was not entirely enthralled with the enterprise. In fact, Jobs is famously quoted as saying, “What I love about the consumer market, that I always hated about the enterprise market, is that we come up with a product, we try to tell everybody about it, and every person votes for themselves.” Read More

Tim Cook talks iPhone addiction, Paradise Papers, and more in new interview

4 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Investors have recently called on Apple to add more parental controls to its devices to help in limiting things such as use time for young children. Following the company’s announcement that it would add more “robust” controls in a future update, Tim Cook has addressed the topic in an interview… more…

This week on AI: Apple's $350B US cash influx, Chinese labor scandal, HomePod coming soon & more

With newsmakers finally back from the holidays, the Apple sphere finally began spinning at high speed again -- particularly after Apple's announcement that it plans to pump a lot of money into the U.S. economy through 2023.

Crunch Report | Google and Tencent ink patent agreement

Google inks a patent deal with Tencent, Tile lays off 30 people and Apple hires the tech team from Silicon Valley Data Science (SVDS). All this on Crunch Report. Read More

Yes, cities should indeed fight for tech jobs

Few events have jolted the urban planning crowd quite like Amazon’s process for selecting the company’s new second headquarters (dubbed HQ2). The company put up a massive carrot of 50,000 jobs and $5 billion in investment, and then proceeded to demand proposals from cities across North America (lovingly written up by Clickhole). Show More Summary

South Korean prosecutors probe Apple over iPhone slowdowns

A day after a South Korean consumer group filed a complaint against Apple over the company's handling of iPhone battery issues, prosecutors on Friday said they have launched a probe to determine whether the iPhone slowdown debacle amounts to planned obsolescence.

Apple's iOS 11 installed on 65% of compatible devices, up 6% from December

Apple on Friday updated its developer website with fresh iOS 11 adoption statistics, revealing 65 percent of compatible iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices are now running the current generation operating system.

Apple stands by Microsoft against 'global search warrant' as case moves to Supreme Court

Microsoft's long-running battle with the Department of Justice over a federal court ruling that could force American companies to hand data about foreign customers over to the U.S. government will soon be heard by the Supreme Court.

Facebook will ask users to rank news source trustworthiness in latest major update

19 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Along with Facebook announcing the first major changes to its News Feed, the social media service will begin ranking news sources based on trustworthiness as it prioritizes information. Rather than determining news source trustworthiness itself, Facebook will let users decide. more…

Apple's HomePod gets FCC approval, hinting at upcoming launch

Adding to evidence that the HomePod is nearing an official release, the U.S. Federal Communications Commission has given its stamp of approval for the device.

010: HomePod FCC approval, Apple hiring data scientists, iOS 11 adoption | 9to5Mac Daily

21 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Today we’ve got Apple’s latest hiring spree, iOS 11 adoption numbers compared to Android, and HomePod one step closer to going on sale, plus the best deals to check out this weekend from 9to5Toys.com. 9to5Mac Daily is available on iTunes...Show More Summary

HomePod launch appears imminent as smart speaker receives FCC approval

21 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

It looks like Apple’s HomePod launch is closer than ever as the smart speaker has now received FCC approval. more…

Apple's Tim Cook talks education, says he wouldn't want his nephew using social media

As part of a European tour to promote Apple's new university coding courses, the company's potentate sat for a wide-ranging discussion during a stop at Harlow College in the U.K.

Hands-on: ‘Flir One Pro’ turns your iPhone into a thermal imaging camera that’s helpful for homeowners [Video]

21 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

The human eye is amazing, but it’s limited as to what it can see. That’s where imaging tools like thermal cameras can come in handy, allowing you to see and diagnose problems that are normally invisible to the eye. This thermal, or infrared...Show More Summary

Apple hires data science team from Silicon Valley startup

22 hours agoTechnology / Apple : ZDNet Apple

Apple confirms a few dozen people joined from Silicon Valley Data Science, but didn't acquire it.

iOS 11 adoption surpasses the last three versions of Android (since 2015) combined

22 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple has shared updated metrics on iOS 11 adoption today. The latest data says that the installed iOS 11 user base is more than double that of iOS 10 and that only 7% of users are running iOS 9 or earlier. more…

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