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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 »

How to Add DVDs and Blu-rays to Your iTunes Library

Whether you use iTunes for all of your digital movie content or you’re making the switch from discs to digital, at some point you may have wondered what to do with all of your old Blu-rays and DVDs. iTunes 6 was introduced in the fall of 2005 with the ability to purchase popular television series. In 2008 Apple introduced iTunes ... Read More »

Apple Receives Another Investor Downgrade In Just a Week

Yet another Wall Street analyst firm has downgraded Apple’s stock, as sales expectations for the iPhone are set to disappoint this year. According to CNBC, Atlantic Equities has become the second analyst company to lower its rating for Apple shares. It made the decision on Monday, downgrading shares to neutral from overweight. The company believes that the tech giant will ... Read More »

Apple Plans to Discontinue iPhone X This Fall

Apple’s iPhone X is an extraordinary device which was created exclusively to commemorate the iPhone’s tenth anniversary. And while we’ve known from early on that the high end flagship (known initially as iPhone 8) would be an otherwise “limited edition” offering from Apple, a fresh analyst report this week asserts that the company plans to discontinue iPhone X when its successors are released ... Read More »

iPhone XI to Replace iPhone X in 2018

The iPhone X may have been Apple’s most significant flagship in recent years, but 2018’s lineup of iPhones is going to be no less important. Last year’s iPhone X flagship may have hinted where Apple is moving with the devices, but whatever handsets Apple releases in 2018 will likely solidify its smartphone ambitions. That’s particularly important since Apple is rumored to ... Read More »

Apple Partners with Malala Fund to Support Girls’ Education Globally

Apple is pledging its support to the Malala Fund, an organization started by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Malala Yousafzai. Apple will support the Fund’s commitment to support girls’ education across the globe, the two groups announced in a press release on Monday. As part of the partnership, Apple will become the Malala Fund’s first Laureate partner and will assist in expanding the ... Read More »

Amazon’s AI division is a revolving door of talent for Microsoft and Google

A recently released report shows that Amazon, over the last five years, has been involved in an AI-developer ménage à trois with Google and Microsoft. It turns out all three companies have a penchant for poaching talent in the machine-learning field from each other on a regular basis. Last month Amazon was looking everywhere to fill its open AI positions, and today there are 140 job openings on ... Read More »

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