Apple’s Phil Schiller has talked about the iPhone 8, iPhone X, HomePod and more in an interview with The Telegraph. He also talked about the “bad week” Apple had where major vulnerabilities and bugs were discovered in iOS, macOS and HomeKit.
As expected, Apple has stopped signing iOS 11.1.2, just a few days after releasing iOS 11.2.1. This means that users won’t be able to downgrade from iOS 11.2.1 or iOS 11.2 to iOS 11.1.2, and will get Error 3194 – This device isn’t eligible for the requested build if they try to install iOS 11.1.2 using iTunes.
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Samsung will be unveiling its 2018 flagship, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, in February next year. The launch will come just months after the iPhone X went on sale.
Back in May of this year, it was announced that Apple would be launching iTunes in the Windows Store before the end of 2017.
The iMac Pro went up for order earlier this week, and now the company has outlined how to restore the hardware if something goes wrong.
Apple continues to work on its own original video content, landing yet another major deal in a direct-to-series order.
Major retailers in the United States and some other parts of the world are celebrating Free Shipping Day where they are offering free shipping on all products they sell irrespective of the total bill amount. Even better, most retailers are guaranteeing that your order will be delivered before December 24th and just in time for Christmas.
Microsoft’s Xbox app for iOS is a quick and easy way to check up on your friend’s list, the community feed, and even buy things from the Microsoft Store.
Apple is finally selling its own Thunderbolt 3 (USB C) cables on its online store for $39. The cable is 0.8m in length, and is compatible with all Macs, including the new iMac Pro, iMac, as well as the MacBook Pro. The cable can charge devices at 100W and provide DisplayPort output for video.