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Apple releases third tvOS 11.4 beta for developers

Apple has released the third tvOS 11.4 developer beta for testing on Apple TV 4 and Apple TV 4K. tvOS 11.4 turns Apple TV into an AirPlay 2 speaker which supports multi-room AirPlay from iOS. The latest developer beta of tvOS follows the official release of tvOS 11.3 to all customers last month. The new version added support for frame ... Read More »

macOS 10.13.5 beta 3 now available for developers

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Apple announces new $100 billion share buy-back program, increases dividend by 16%

As part of its earnings report, Apple has announced an extension of its capital return program. Apple will buy $100 billion worth of its own stock. It will also increase the dividend by 16%. With the new tax legislation in place, Apple has said that it aims to hold zero net cash. It currently holds about $270 billion in cash. It ... Read More »

Live blog: Apple’s fiscal year Q2 2018 earnings call

Just a few minutes ago, Apple announced its second quarter earning results for 2018. The numbers included $61.1 billion in revenue on sales of 52.2 million iPhones, 9.1 million iPads, and 4.07 million Macs. As is tradition, the earnings release is being followed by a conference call with Apple CEO Tim Cook and CFO Luca Maestri. For the full earnings ... Read More »

Tim Cook: Wearables business hits Fortune 300 size, Apple Pay coming to 3 new countries soon

During Apple’s earnings call this afternoon, Tim Cook shared a pair of notable details about Apple’s wearables business, while he also touted that Apple Pay is soon coming to additional countries… First off, Cook touted that Apple’s “Other” category hit nearly $4 billion in revenue during the second quarter of 2018. The category, which includes AirPods, Apple Watch, HomePod, Beats, iPod ... Read More »

Tim Cook downplays reports of slowing iPhone X demand, calls it a ‘beloved’ product

Leading up to Apple’s earnings announcement today, a slew of reports emerged suggesting that the iPhone X has not been selling as well as Apple had hoped. Tim Cook, however, aimed to negate those reports during the company’s Q2 earnings call today, repeatedly touting the success of the iPhone X… First and foremost, Cook repeatedly touted that the iPhone X was the best-selling ... Read More »

How iOS 11’s ‘Offload Unused Apps’ Saves iPhone Storage Space

iOS 11 comes with a lot of new features that Apple didn’t get the chance to showcase at WWDC 2017. An interesting new feature that wasn’t mentioned during the keynote is ‘Offload Unused Apps’. When we download a lot of apps from the App Store, we tend to forget the ones that are used less frequently. These unused apps pile up and take a ... Read More »

iPhone X Plus Predicted to Spur Massive Sales Boost in China

The iPhone X is not doing as well as expected in China, but Apple’s larger iPhone models expected to debut this year could be the key to making up for that lackluster demand. iPhone X Doing Worse Than Expected in China Research firm KGI Securities has revised its shipment forecast for the iPhone X to 18 million units and 13 ... Read More »

Apple Voted ‘World’s Most Admired Company’ for 11th Consecutive Year

Apple has landed the top spot in Fortune’s annual list of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” for the 11th year in a row. The Cupertino tech giant ranked first in basically category that was available, which included innovation, social responsibility, financial soundness, use of corporate assets, quality of products and services, and global competitiveness, Forbes noted on its dedicated page for the firm. Other ... Read More »

Apple’s 2017 Year in Review and Ultimate Wishlist for 2018

Another year has come and gone, and 2017 was a pretty good year for Apple. In addition to opening its new campus—Apple Park—they also refreshed their product lines and made strategic improvements to their software and services. Each and every year there are millions of eyes on Apple waiting to see what comes next. Some people hope for things that ... Read More »

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