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  1. For the millions of WhatsApp users about to upgrade to the brilliant new iPhone 12, you’re about to see Apple’s iMessage show WhatsApp how to get up and running on a new device without compromising security. This is a serious problem—a gaping vulnerability in the way WhatsApp works—and one that needs fixing. Both WhatsApp and iMessage are end-to-end encrypted. Messages can only be read by senders and recipients—which should be your go-to standard for messaging. If you upgrade to a new iPhone 12, you’ll transfer your message accounts and histories to your new pho
  2. Apple could show off revolutionary ARM-based Macs on November 17 One last surprise (Image credit: gizmochina) Having just announced the iPhone 12, it looks like Apple has one last surprise in store for us, with a renowned Apple leaker claiming the company will show off its ARM-based Mac PCs at an event on November 17. According to Jon Prosser, who has a reputation for accurate Apple leaks (and certainly isn’t on Tim Cook’s Christmas card list any more), there will be an ARM Mac event on November 17, with confirmation com
  3. How Apple Built 5G Into Its New iPhones The faster wireless standard uses different chunks of the radio spectrum—but the technology remains nascent. Apple's new iPhones will operate in both the slower, longer-range “midband,” as well as the super-fast, short-range millimeter-wave frequencies for 5G. Photograph: Brooks Kraft/Apple In introducing its first 5G phones on Tuesday, Apple said it had tested them on more than 100 networks. That’s a s
  4. The company from Cupertino is hiring researchers who specialize in hacking iOS for other companies. Apple has poached a key member of Google's Project Zero, a hacking team at Google that has found dozens of critical vulnerabilities in Apple's iOS and other critical Apple software. Last year, Apple and Google fought over a series of vulnerabilities that Project Zero discovered in iOS, with Apple suggesting that Google was overselling the vulnerabilities. About a year later, Brandon Azad announced on Twitter at the beginning of October that he was leaving Go
  5. Buy an iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple TV and you'll have stuff to play and watch for free. For a limited time, if you buy one of the new iPhones or iPads that Apple recently revealed or pick up a Mac or Apple TV, you’ll get three months of free access to Apple Arcade. That’s on top of a promo Apple has been running since last year, through which you’ll receive a one-year Apple TV+ subscription on the house (via 9to5 Mac). Those freebies are nothing to sni
  6. SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Apple’s iPhone 12 launch drew mixed reactions in mainland China on Wednesday, with fans cheering a 5G model for their favourite brand while others planned to wait for upcoming devices from local rivals like Huawei Technologies. The much-anticipated Apple launch comes in the wake of Chinese Android-platform brands such as Huawei and Xiaomi Corp having already rolled out higher-end 5G devices compatible with China’s upgraded telecoms networks, with the U.S. giant seen by some analysts to be late to the party. In its second-largest market
  7. Apple announces smaller HomePod mini for $99 Apple finally offers an entry-level HomePod Apple has announced a new version of its HomePod smart speaker, the $99 HomePod mini — a smaller version of the speaker that shrinks down the original model into a more compact size. Like the full-size HomePod, the HomePod mini still features a mesh fabric exterior in both black and white colors, along with a small display on top to show the Siri waveform and volume controls. The new model is more of a short, spherical sha
  8. (Reuters) - Apple Inc on Tuesday launched the iPhone 12 with faster 5G connectivity, which the Cupertino, California company hopes will spur a wave of upgrades and keep its sales booming through the end of the year. The iPhone 12, with a 6.1-inch display, has flat sides with a flush display, similar to the company’s iPhone 5 and a departure from rounded edges in recent years. Apple also introduced a “mini” version with a 5.4-inch screen. The iPhone 12 will start at $799 and the mini at $699. Verizon Communications Inc CEO Hans Vestbe
  9. Apple releases watchOS 7.0.2 with fixes for battery drain issue and ECG app availability Apple released iOS 14, iPadOS 14, watchOS 7, and tvOS 14 to supported devices in September, earlier than it usually would have, due to the pandemic and delays in announcing the iPhone line-up for this year. The updates brought significant changes for Apple’s offerings, including a design overhaul to the home screen in iOS that introduced an App Library for all apps, new widgets and much more. watchOS 7 was also a major release, finally bringing sleep tracking, support for third
  10. Apple is requesting that Telegram shut down three channels used in Belarus to expose the identities of individuals belonging to the Belarusian authoritarian regime that may be oppressing civilians. Apple’s concern is that revealing the identities of law enforcement individuals may give rise to further violence. Telegram, however, would prefer to keep the channels open, but the company said that it feels it has no choice in the matter. These channels are a tool for Belarus’ citizens protesting the recently rigged presidential election, but, with a centralized ent
  11. The Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment, the anti-piracy coalition featuring the world's largest content creation companies, has a brand new member. Subscription VOD service AppleTV+ has been welcomed to the fold, not just a regular member, but as an addition to the governing body, a move that will provide Apple with considerable power not available to ordinary members. In June 2017, an unprecedented number of global content creators and distribution platforms announced the formation of a brand new coalition to collaboratively fight Internet piracy on a
  12. Epic judge permanently restrains Apple from blocking Unreal Engine, but won’t force Fortnite Apple won’t be forced to bring Fortnite back to the App Store Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Fortnite won’t be coming back to the App Store any time soon. On Friday, Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers refused to grant Epic Games a preliminary injunction against Apple that would force the game developer to reinstate Fortnite on the App Store, while simultaneously granting an injunction that keeps Apple from retaliating
  13. Key Points Apple will extend some Apple TV+ subscriptions currently on a free one-year trial for three additional months. When Apple TV+ launched last fall, Apple bundled a free one-year subscription with the purchase of an Apple product, and the first of those trial subscriptions were previously going to expire at the start of November. This means that someone who bought an iPhone on Dec. 1 and activated Apple TV+ on the same day will have access to the service through March 1, when billing starts.
  14. Apple pays $288,000 to white-hat hackers who had run of company’s network Hacker team led by 20-year-old finds 55 vulnerabilities, 11 of them critical. Enlarge Nick Wright. Used by permission. 59 with 52 posters participating For months, Apple’s corporate network was at risk of hacks that could have stolen sensitive data from potentially millions of its customers and executed malicious code on their phones and computers, a security researcher said on Thursday. Sam Curry, a 20-year-old rese
  15. What to expect from Apple’s October 13 “Hi, Speed” event New iPhones are almost definite, but what else might we see next week? Enlarge / The promotional key art graphic Apple sent out with its announcement about its October 13, 2020, product launch event. Apple 46 with 38 posters participating Here we are again, less than one month after Apple's September 15 event. Next Tuesday, October 13, Apple representatives will take to the streaming stage to announce new products in an event the company has monikered "Hi,
  16. Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music and a division of Warner have filed applications for a preliminary injunction against Apple at the Moscow City Court. The complaints target three apps, all currently available on the App Store, that reportedly enable users to access music without paying for it. Initial tests reveal that is indeed the case. After years in the making, last Thursday a new law came into force in Russia designed to quickly remove piracy-enabling apps from the download stores of companies including Apple and Google. The le
  17. Google, Apple and other Internet platforms that offer copyright-infringing movie, TV show and music apps, face the possibility of being blocked by ISPs in Russia after a new law came into effect this week. The draconian measure will only come into play if sites offering pirate apps fail to quickly comply with copyright complaints filed by local telecoms watchdog Roscomnadzor. For well over a decade copyright holders have been developing their capabilities to block sites at the ISP level. Specially crafted “no fault” injunctions obtained around the world mean
  18. Apple’s new spatial audio feature turns the AirPods Pro into a home theater for your ears Spatial audio and auto switching are genuinely useful new tricks Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge Since releasing them last year, Apple has quietly continued to improve upon the AirPods Pro with firmware updates that have tweaked their noise cancellation and sound quality. The company rarely details or comments on the changes that come in each release of AirPods firmware; there are no update notes that spell out what’s new. Nor
  19. Apple CEO Tim Cook was this week awarded 667,974 restricted stock units or RSUs worth more than $76 million at Apple's current price, according to a filing with the SEC. The first half of the RSUs are set to vest in one-third increments in 2023, 2024, and 2025, so Cook will receive 111,329 shares every April starting in 2023. The second half of the RSUs are performance-based awards and will vest on October 1, 2023, based on Apple's relative shareholder return. Cook can potentially receive up to 200% of the 333,987 RSUs awarded for performance. These perfor
  20. Epic claims Apple is engaging in anti-competitive behavior. Apple and Epic Games have requested their legal battle be decided by the court and not a jury. Attorneys for Apple and Epic Games have informed the judge presiding over their antitrust fight that they would prefer their case be decided by her rather than tried before a jury. The request, filed in a joint statement Tuesday with US District Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers in the Northern District of California, said the two companies had met and decided Epic's claims and Apple's counterclaim
  21. The future of the iPhone is once again at stake as Apple defends its App Store policies. Apple's smackdown with Epic is just getting started. Apple's iPhone is already one of the world's most litigated devices. Apple fought its No. 1 rival, Samsung, and others over the iPhone's design. It's fought phone giant Nokia and chipmaker Qualcomm over patent royalties. Before the smartphone first went on sale in 2007, Apple even fought networking giant Cisco over the iPhone name. On Monday, Apple meets a new combatant in court. This time, it's fighting Epic Ga
  22. This tiny CPU firm could play a key role in the future of Apple One Apple’s drive to build its own data centers could justify an acquisition Nuvia (Image credit: Nuvia) Three former Apple executives - part of the team that created the CPU found in the iPhone, iPad and soon the MacBook - have managed to raise a staggering $240 million with a startup called Nuvia. The tiny CPU firm hopes to replicate the same resounding success in the data center, using the ethos that drove the team to create what is arguably the most powe
  23. The Redmond-aligned can try the Cupertino-spawned lingo thanks to a Googler's intervention A Google programmer has made tools for Apple's Swift programming language available to developers using Microsoft's Windows operating system, a move likely to rekindle hopes that Swift, open source since 2015, will become popular beyond the macOS and iOS ecosystems. On Tuesday, Saleem Abdulrasool, a software engineer at Google Brain who joined the Swift Core Team in January, announced the availability of a new set of downloadable Swift toolchain images for Wind
  24. Why Apple should give us custom app icons (but probably never will) People want custom iPhone designs, but Apple is resistant to change Photo by Tom Warren / The Verge iOS 14 has a lot of iPhones looking pretty different these days — some with classy monochrome color schemes, others with pastel styles ripped right off of Pinterest, and some that look like they’re straight out of Animal Crossing or emulating Windows Mobile. The changes aren’t some new, radical shift by Apple, but rath
  25. Apple will launch its online store in India on September 23rd It will be Apple’s first direct retail channel in India Image: Apple Apple will launch its online store in India on September 23rd, giving customers in India a way to buy Apple products directly from the company for the first time. “We’re proud to be expanding in India and want to do all we can to support our customers and their communities,” said Apple’s senior vice president of retail and people Deirdre O’
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