iPhone users are about to receive access to Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 14. It will come with the usual array of shiny new features, but the real game-changer will be missing – at least until January. For the first time, iOS 14 is to require apps to get permission from users before collecting their data – giving users an opt-in to this compromise to their privacy. This caused a major backlash from companies that rely on this data to make money, most notably Facebook. So why did Apple decide to jeopardize the business models of major rivals and… This story continues at The Next Web
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Ginsburg, a warrior for gender equality and an unexpected pop culture icon, served 27 years on the nation's highest court.
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iOS 14 starts rolling out from today globally.On Tuesday, Tim Cook concluded a keynote that the iOS 14 update would be rolled out and available for the compatible devices from 16 September.Tim Cook also announced that apart from iOS 14, iPadOS 14, tvOS 14 & watchOS 7 would also be rolled out for the compatible devices.Read More at : https://bit.ly/33EmgqaFollow Us onAppsinvo | Behance | Facebook | Instagram  | Linkedin | Dribbble | Twitter | Tumblr | Pinterest | Flickr  
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Image: Apple Apple’s new Apple One bundle, which gives customers an assortment of Apple-owned services for a monthly fee, is likely to help out subscriptions for all of its offerings, but few need it as much as TV Plus. Apple has been relatively quiet about anything related to TV Plus’ metrics in the almost year it’s been out. There are no subscriber numbers, no big displays of bragging about The Morning Show or Ted Lasso’s viewership figures. (In fairness to Apple, the company hasn’t given an update on Apple Music subscribers since June 2019, and while CEO Tim Cook did share this year that Apple News has 125 million subscribers, he chose not to disclose how many people signed up for $10 subscription version.) All that exists is reports from... Continue reading…
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Behold: The useful and not-so-useful privacy features you've been waiting for.
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Apple today announced that it’s launching its online store in India on Septemeber 23. The store will sell iPhones, iPads, and Macs in the country on its own, after years of making them available via third-party resellers. Apart from selling its products, the company will also provide support for its devices online. The store will enable customers to trade in their older iPhones and get additional discounts towards their new purchases. [Read: How to use iOS 14’s super-handy ‘back tap’ feature on your iPhone] Apple is also bringing its AppleCare+ device insurance program, which provides two years of technical support and accidental… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
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What would it take for you to lead a healthy lifestyle? Singapore will offer financial incentives to people who hit their wellness goals using an Apple Watch.
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This week's Insider Tech looks at all the political and geopolitical stories in tech that played out while Apple's event streamed.
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What would it take for you to lead a healthy lifestyle? Singapore will reward its residents who hit health goals and take part in public health activities.
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It’s fall again, which means its time for Apple to announce new products. This time around, the company is doing things a little differently, announcing the new Apple Watches and iPads separate from the iPhone — not to mention the lack of a physical event (thanks, corona). Here’s all the big news Apple had to announce today. Watch Series 6 with blood oxygen tracking Cupertino announced its latest wearable today, the Apple Watch Series 6, and the headlining feature was the ability to track your blood oxygen levels. That makes it useful for detecting more potential pulmonary and cardiac maladies… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
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Instead of a two-hour-long pageant, Apple hosted a concise, one-hour virtual event that should serve as the model for future tech launches.
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A new Fitness Plus service goes hand in hand with the new Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple One.
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The Apple Watch has become the latest Apple product to get a desirable, complementary software service, Fitness+, made possible by its ever-improving sensors.
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The new 10.2-inch iPad begins shipping Friday with the iPad Air following in October. Here's how to preorder them today.
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CEO Tim Cook shared the number during the company's virtual launch event, before Apple unveiled its newest tablets.
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The debut of the A14 Bionic chip for much better iPad Air performance and Apple Watch Series 6 Family Setup parental controls should both be welcome.
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Now we know Apple's vision for subscription bundles: Apple One bundles four Apple services for music, TV, games and loud storage at $14.95 a month -- or six of them, including new Fitness Plus, for $29.95.
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Apple's big September event will be all about the Apple Watch and more, but not the iPhone 12. Here's everything as it's announced.
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Photo by Brennan King / The Verge Apple revealed that it has sold more than 500 million iPads over the last 10 years. The announcement was made by CEO Tim Cook during Apple’s “Time Flies” live stream event, in which the company revealed a pair of new Apple Watch devices and an updated base model iPad and new iPad Air. This is the first time Apple has disclosed how many iPads it’s sold after the company said in November 2018 it would no longer reveal unit sales of iPhones, iPads, and Macs in its quarterly earnings reports. The new eight-generation base model iPad announced today sports a 10.2-inch screen and an A12 chipset, first seen in the iPad Air and iPad mini models released last year. The new iPad Air announced today comes with the new A14 Bionic chip and design... Continue reading…
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The long-rumored bundle bringing together Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, Apple News Plus, and iCloud storage is here. Apple will give customers different options to combine its streaming services in a new Apple One bundle. There are three types of bundles: Individual, Family, and Premier. The Individual plan gives subscribers Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and iCloud storage (50GB) for $14.95 a month. The Family plan includes the same apps, but with 200GB of iCloud storage. It’s $19.95 a month. The Premier plan gives subscribers Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, 2TB of iCloud storage, Apple News Plus, and the newly announced Apple Fitness Plus for $29.95 a month. Fitness Plus is a new subscription service... Continue reading…
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Here's everything you need to know about Apple's new operating system for iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini and iPad Pro.
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China's dominant smartphone makers have suffered setbacks from Covid-19 and the US-China trade war. Is 5G the light at the end of the tunnel?
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Here’s what we’re expecting from the Apple Event on September 15.
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"They wanna play war, this is war," remarked Stone, as he stirred baseless fears of electoral fraud and urged Trump to seize power in November.
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Long-time Donald Trump confidant, and convicted felon, Roger Stone said that the president should declare “martial law” to seize power if he loses what Stone characterized as an already corrupt election. The results will only be legitimate if the “real winner” — Trump — takes office, regardless of what the votes say, Stone declared. A loss would apparently be justification for Trump to use force to take over the nation.Stone, who worked as an adviser in the last Trump campaign, made the astonishing statements Thursday on the InfoWars program of far-right conspiracy theorist Alex Jones. Both men talked of an ongoing “coup” against Trump, and Stone inexplicably claimed that he predicted “almost three decades ago that this moment would come.”Stone appeared resigned to a Trump loss — but blamed it on the baseless claim that early voting has already been “corrupted.” To safeguard Trump’s position, Stone called for federal authorities to seize ballots in Nevada, for FBI agents to physically block certain voters from casting their ballots, and for Trump to use his powers for widespread arrests to solidify his power, Media Matters first reported.Under martial law and the Insurrection Act, Trump will have “the authority” to arrest Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Apple CEO Tim Cook, “the Clintons” and “anybody else who can be proven to be involved in illegal activity,” Stone said. He also called for the immediate arrest of former defense secretary James Mattis for “sedition,” apparently because he feared Trump was unfit for office, according to Washington Post journalist’s to Bob Woodward’s upcoming book, “Rage.”In addition, Stone warned, journalist also risk arrest. “If the Daily Beast is involved in provably seditious ... acts” in a new Trump future, their “entire staff can be taken into custody and their office can be shut down.” “They want to play war, this is war,” he added.Stone demanded that “the ballots in Nevada on election night should be seized by federal marshals” and not counted, claiming with absolutely no evidence that “they are completely corrupted.” While such off-the-rail suggestions could easily be shrugged off from most, Stone is a high-profile friend of the president and has his ear, critics fear. Harvard law professor and Constitutional expert Laurence Tribe warned that Stone’s “advocacy of totalitarian takeover by Trump has to be taken seriously.”Former Nixon White House counsel John Dean blasted Stone for calling on Trump to “declare himself America’s dictator” — voicing what “many Republicans crave.”Stone dodged 40 months in prison thanks to Trump, who commuted his sentence in July. Stone was convicted of seven federal felonies, including lying to Congress and witness tampering in the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Jones called Stone “almost a political prisoner.”Roger Stone wants Trump to declare himself America’s dictator. Roger is saying what many Republicans crave — a Trump dictatorship. Roger will be one of those provoking violence when Trump loses. Indeed, he will be leading the fruitcake’s protest parade. https://t.co/TdWVwIcqal— John W. Dean (@JohnWDean) September 12, 2020THREAD: Roger Stone was supposed to be in prison now, having been convicted of 7 federal crimes. But thanks to Trump, he's a free man — and can call into Alex Jones' conspiracy show. He did Thursday, and urged Trump to do a bunch of illegal things regarding the election. (1/6)— Marshall Cohen (@MarshallCohen) September 12, 2020If Stone were some random QAnon-like dude, this might not be worth worrying about. But Stone has Trump’s ear, so his advocacy of totalitarian takeover by Trump has to be taken seriously. A normal president would tell Stone to shove it. Not Trump. https://t.co/HS2NEKTa8U— Laurence Tribe (@tribelaw) September 12, 2020Remember when Republicans went and accused President Obama of being a Dictator simply for creating a healthcare program? But now it’s apparently okay for Roger Stone to call on their boss to commit a total hostile takeover if fraud does not help them steal the election.— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) September 12, 2020Roger Stone belongs in prison after a jury of his peers convicted him of seven felonies.Instead, he's on Infowars encouraging Trump to shoot the Constitution in Fifth Avenue because he's going to lose the election.#SaturdayMorninghttps://t.co/QRLnyf49GO— Grant Stern (@grantstern) September 12, 2020Check out Stone’s interview in the clip up top. The mentioned sections can be found at 9:54 (Nevada ballots), 11:40 (arresting Zuckerberg, Cook and “the Clintons”) and Daily Beast arrests (14:00). He accuses Mattis of sedition beginning at 16:25.Also on HuffPost
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Acquisition has been rumored for some time now, but even if true, this move could face serious regulatory hurdles.
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Apple Watches, iPads, some secret surprises, and a reel of slickly produced videos to drive it all home. Just like old times … sort of.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook had big shoes to fill after Steve Jobs stepped down. Nine years later, he's built Apple into a $2 trillion company.
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Commentary: It took almost five years for the Apple Watch to win me over.
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