We've covered what we expect to see from Apple in 2017 based on the rumors that are circulating so far in our recent What to Expect post. On the horizon are a new iPhone 8 with a radically redesigned body and an edge-to-edge display, a revamped iPad Pro also potentially with an edge-to-edge display, long-awaited ...continue reading What Do You Want to See From Apple in 2017?

It’s almost 2017 but still some people are writing “Why doesn’t Apple license its operating systems?” on their checks. That makes no sense, Gary. “Why doesn’t Apple license its operating systems?” isn’t an amount. The bank won’t cash that check. Your mother and I think maybe you’re not ready to be living on your own. ...continue reading Licensing: The zombie argument that never dies

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Apple is preparing to begin seeding builds of iOS 10.3 to developers as soon as next month, according to Sonny Dickson, who has occasionally offered accurate information on Apple's plans from supply chain sources and other contacts. Dickson says iOS 10.3 will include a new "Theatre" mode with a "popcorn-shaped" icon in the Control Center, ...continue reading Apple Rumored to Begin Seeding iOS 10.3 With New 'Theatre' Mode on January 10

With the launch of the iPhone 7 and MacBook Pro, 2016 has been a mixed year for Apple. The iPhone 7 was released without a headphone jack, an unpopular choice that's now been somewhat ameliorated by the launch of the AirPods, and the MacBook Pro has been plagued by battery issues, graphics problems, and complaints ...continue reading What to Expect From Apple in 2017: iPhone 8, 10-Inch iPad Pro, Refreshed iMacs, and More

New apps for your iPhone and iPad The newest apps on the block include a personal library tracker, software for DJs, and a train game. Read on! VoiceCam Image by VoiceCam To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here The Week in iOS Apps: Selfies made easy - This ...continue reading The Week in iOS Apps: Selfies made easy

“Whats the most important thing you want to see Twitter improve or create in 2017?” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey posed this question to the platform’s users on Thursday, and what followed was a lively discussion that lasted several hours and included thousands of suggestions.  Dorsey acknowledged in his tweet that he was following the lead ...continue reading Jack Dorsey asks users how to improve Twitter

At Apple's MacBook Pro media event back in October, the company unveiled a pair of LG-branded high-resolution displays it co-developed with the display manufacturer. The UltraFine 5K and 4K displays are optimized for the Mac with tight software integration, and the 5K model in particular with single-cable connection over Thunderbolt 3 has been highly anticipated. ...continue reading LG's UltraFine 5K Display Is a Worthy Companion to the New MacBook Pro, Even Without Apple's Looks

Apple plans to reduce production of the iPhone line by 10 percent beginning in the first quarter of 2017, according to supplier data collected by Nikkei. Apple is said to have experienced a similar situation thanks to accumulated inventory of the iPhone 6s late in 2015, which also caused the company to lower output of ...continue reading Apple Will Reduce iPhone 7 Production By 10% in Early 2017 Due to 'Sluggish' Sales

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