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  1. Maura

    Apple Reveals HomePod Audio Sources

    9to5 Mac reports that Apple has today revealed exactly what audio sources you can play on HomePod. Here’s the official list from the HomePod tech specs page: Apple Music iTunes Music Purchases iCloud Music Library with an Apple Music or iTunes Match subscription Beats 1 Live Radio Podcasts...
  2. Maura

    Nintendo Announces Mario Kart Tour Mobile Game

    Nintendo has today announced a new mobile game, Mario Kart Tour, which will be released by March 2019, writes MacRumors. Nintendo hasn’t revealed much else about the new game, which would be joining the likes of Super Mario Run, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, and Fire Emblem Heroes as part of the...
  3. Maura

    Apple’s iPhone X Dominates the Indian Premium Smartphone Market

    AppleInsider writes today that according to new data from Counterpoint Research’s Tarun Pathak, Apple is still top of the Indian premium smartphone market, with the iPhone X way out in front of its nearest rival, Samsung. Counterpoint’s data shows that Apple had 47% of all smartphones costing...
  4. Maura

    Apple Postponing Some Major iOS 12 Features Until Next Year to Focus on Performance and Reliability

    9to5 Mac reports today on a new report from Bloomberg that says that Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering, Craig Federighi, has instructed the software division to postpone until next year some major new features that were intended for the release of iOS 12 this year...
  5. Maura

    iPhone X Was One of the Best-Selling Smartphones in the World in December

    According to a new report from Kantar Worldpanel, via MacRumors, Apple’s iPhone X was one of the top three best-selling smartphones in December 2017 in “all key regions,” namely Europe, Japan, Australia, the United States, and China. Apple’s latest iPhone fared particularly well in China, where...
  6. Maura

    Rumoured 6.1-inch LCD 2018 iPhone Expected to be a Very Popular With Consumers

    AppleInsider reports on one of three notes to investors released by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo over the weekend. In this particular note, Kuo talks about the new 6.1-inch LCD iPhone that he expects Apple to release later this year, stating that he thinks that it will prove to be very...
  7. Maura

    KGI Analyst Casts Doubt on Latest iPhone SE 2 Rumours

    9to5 Mac reports that noted KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has today cast doubt on last week’s iPhone SE 2 rumours, and in particular, the rumour that the next iPhone model will have wireless charging capabilities, a change in form factor, and 3D sensing. In fact, Kuo is actually doubtful...
  8. Maura

    New Rumour Says Apple Could Keep Selling the Current iPhone X Through Into 2019

    According to AppleInsider, a new report has emerged from the Investor section of The Korea Herald that says that Apple plans to launch two new OLED iPhones this year alongside the current iPhone X, one of which would have a 5.85-inch screen, and the other of which would have a 6.46-inch screen...
  9. Maura

    Apple’s HomePod is Now Available to Pre-Order

    Apple’s HomePod is now available to pre-order in the US, UK, and Australia, writes 9to5 Mac. The first orders are due to arrive on February 9. The HomePod costs $349 and comes in white or space gray versions. Meanwhile, Apple has just issued an official “Environmental Report” for HomePod, which...
  10. Maura

    Rumour: iPhone SE 2 With Wireless Charging Coming This May or June

    MacRumors reports today that Apple is set to release the iPhone SE 2, complete with wireless charging, in May or June of this year. The news comes via Digitimes Research analyst Luke Lin, who says that the new phone will have a glass back just like the current iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus and...
  11. Maura

    Rumour: Apple Thinking About Releasing Two OLED and Two LCD iPhones This Year

    AppleInsider reports today that a new rumour has surfaced via DigiTimes Research Division’s sources in Apple’s Chinese supply chain that Apple is mulling over plans to release two LCD iPhones and two OLED iPhones this year. The two LCD models would be 5.7- and 6-inches, and the two OLED (or “X”)...
  12. Maura

    iBooks Set for Big Revamp and Name Change

    According to an exclusive scoop from Bloomberg today, Apple is set to comprehensively revamp iBooks, and has even roped in a former Amazon and Barnes & Noble executive to help with the redesign. The new version of the app, which will be named “Books” rather than “iBooks,” will be released in...
  13. Maura

    Apple Announces iOS 11.3 Coming This Spring

    Apple has today announced the arrival of iOS 11.3 this spring with a new Animoji featuring a cheery lion! Some of the main new features included in the forthcoming update are “new ways to experience augmented reality,” new Animoji for iPhone X, and being able to view your health records in the...
  14. Maura

    KGI: 6.1-Inch iPhone Will Have Aluminium Frame and No 3D Touch

    MacRumors reports that KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has today issued a research note focusing particularly on the 6.1-inch iPhone that Kuo says Apple will be launching this year, alongside two OLED models (2018’s iPhone X and iPhone X Plus, if you will). Kuo says the 6.1-inch, non-OLED...
  15. Maura

    Apple’s HomePod is Out on February 9

    Apple finally announced today that its highly anticipated, Siri-powered smart speaker will be released on February 9 in the US, UK, and Australia, with pre-orders starting this Friday, January 26. It will also be available in France and Germany in the spring. Apple says that the 7-inchs-tall...
  16. Maura

    Apple’s HomePod Smart Speaker to Launch in the Next Few Days

    It’s certainly been a long time coming, but according to Mashable, it looks like Apple’s HomePod smart speaker will be available to the public within the next few days, based on the fact that it has just been approved for sale by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Meanwhile, 9to5 Mac...
  17. Maura

    Apple is Replacing Some iPhone 6 Plus Models With New 6s Plus Models

    According to a report from MacRumors, from now until the end of March, Apple will be replacing damaged iPhone 6 Plus units with new iPhone 6s Plus units. The information comes via a leaked internal document that was sent to Apple Authorized Service Providers on Friday. MacRumors says that it...
  18. Maura

    KGI: Gen 1 iPhone X Will be Discontinued This Year When Gen 2 Launches

    According to well-respected KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo, Apple is set to discontinue the first-generation iPhone X when the second-generation model is released this year, rather than keep it around at a lower price than its current $999. Kuo says that he believes Apple will discontinue...
  19. Maura

    Apple is Fortune’s Most Admired Company For 11th Straight Year

    9to5 Mac reports today that Apple has just been proclaimed the most admired company in the world by Fortune for the 11th year in a row. In contrast, Samsung dropped off the list last year after its exploding batteries issue, and hasn’t returned this year. The remaining companies joining Apple in...
  20. Maura

    Tim Cook Says Apple Will Soon Give Users the Choice to Disable iOS CPU Throttling

    AppleInsider reports today that Apple CEO Tim Cook has given a new interview today in which he says that iPhone users with worn-out batteries will soon have the option to disable the built-in throttling function that has been the cause of much controversy and a battery replacement scheme over...
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