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One of the major keys to Apple's success over the years has been the tight control it exerts over the components in its devices. Many things such as the iPhone's A-series processors and metal and glass chassis are designed in house, in order to meet the company's demanding specifications, before being sent to big manufactures such as Foxconn or TSMC. Show More Summary
Very interesting scoop from Mark Gurman for Bloomberg: Right now smartphones and other gadgets essentially use off-the-shelf display technology. The Apple Watch screen is made by LG Display. Ditto for Google’s larger Pixel phone. The iPhone X, Apple’s first OLED phone, uses Samsung technology. Show More Summary
David Smith, after looking at the analytics from his popular app Pedometer++: So far the data is looking promising that this dream of mine might actually be possible. The Series 3 is being adopted incredibly quickly and just last week became the most popular Apple Watch overall amongst my users with 33% of the overall user-base. Show More Summary
Not only does the official invite offer a clue, but the location of Apple's next event gives us a pretty good idea of what to expect.
Apple's iOS 11 includes a great SOS feature for when you feel unsafe in an emergency, but you may want to disable the feature on your iPhone or Apple Watch to avoid accidentally calling 911.
Commentary: Goodbye Android Wear, hello Wear OS. Here's to hoping a lot more change is coming.
As we watch major tech platforms evolve over time, it’s clear that companies like Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon (among others) have created businesses that are having a huge impact on humanity — sometimes positive and other times not so much. That suggests that these platforms have to understand how people are using them and […]
Eight important things I've learned about this Apple Watch lookalike. Plus: $37 for a waterproof speaker that's also an FM radio.
The company is working on the new technology at a secret facility in California, and it will likely come to the Apple Watch first.
The Apple Watch, especially the Series 3, has become the go-to smartwatch. It has earned some fantastic reviews. For example, Expert Reviews gave Apple’s latest smartwatch five stars. “The fact remains, though, that the Apple Watch Series...Show More Summary
Don't have a passcode on your Apple Watch? Here's why you should make one! Like most modern devices, you can secure your Apple Watch with a passcode. Adding a passcode will lock the watch whenever you remove it from your wrist; to reactivate it, you need only type in the code. Show More Summary
Emergency SOS can be a lifesaver, literally, but it can also be relatively easy to trigger on accident. We take a look at how to configure, and disable, the Apple Watch's emergency feature.
Apple is reportedly developing MicroLED screen technology at a secret engineering and manufacturing facility located 15 minutes from Apple Park, with the tech expected to debut in future devices as a potential replacement for OLED panels currently supplied by Samsung.
A new report from Bloomberg this evening says that Apple is “designing and producing its own device displays,” which is a first for the company. Citing people familiar with the situation, the report explains that Apple using a secret manufacturing facility near its headquarters in California… more…
In the latest installment of our Galaxy S9 comparison series we pit the cameras of Apple's iPhone X against those Samsung built into its new Galaxy S9+ flagship. Find out which smartphone comes out on top in this video.
Apple is using a secret facility in California to develop MicroLED screens for the Apple Watch and iPhone, Bloomberg reports, with plans to replace third-party OLED screens in several years. Developed under the code name T159, the MicroLED screens are said to be notably brighter and superior in color accuracy to OLEDs, and should enable […]
Apple has released watchOS 4.3 beta 6 for registered developers to test on Apple Watch. We’ll dig in to the new version and detail changes below. more…
Bloomberg: Apple is secretly working on new MicroLED screens in its Apple Watch, but it could be a few years before the new tech hits shelves.