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Apple Subscriptions you are signing up for using the App Store will lead to less accidental sign-ups thanks to an extra action you have to take.
The music streaming company wants Apple to lay off interfering in its customer service, marketing and the payment systems it chooses to use.
Just because Apple makes the iPhone you use doesn't mean you should be left with push notifications bothering you to subscribe to Apple Music.
We discuss the overhyping of patents, AT&T's overhyping of its 5G network and content providers not buying Apple's single-stream hype on the show!
A recent report unveils that the average U.S. iPhone owner is spending more and more money on apps. Check out the numbers!
Businesses secretly record what you do in their apps to improve them. More worryingly, that software isn't perfect at hiding sensitive data.
Also on our show, Sony's 52-megapixel smartphone camera, LG's dual-wielding at MWC 2019 and the tussle with Apple, Google and Facebook this week.
iPhone-using employees at Facebook are left without important productivity apps while product testing on iOS has ground to a halt.
"Project Atlas" has been caught out and Facebook is being punished by Apple for violation of its app distribution rules — not seemingly a privacy battle.
It's not just Apple's 30 percent cut from app publishers' revenues that has one analyst worried: it's the App Store's sole existence on iOS.
Many app publishers lament having to surrender nearly a third of their mobile revenues to Apple and Google. Netflix is no longer one of them.
It's an end of an era that came only slightly prematurely due to an issue that wouldn't have affected many users in any case.
It's only so often that Apple users on all platforms get good sales on gift cards. But hey, if you're quick to get on this deal, you can ride the bull.
The Play Protect security software on Android phones is said to have systematically targeted installations of third-party competitor Aptoide.
Apple takes a 30 percent cut from in-app purchases from developers. This has ruffled app publishers' feathers for way too long and they're acting on it.
In its latest round of actions, the SCOTUS has pushed into a review phase for whether allegations of Apple's anticompetitive behavior should be cast aside.
To avoid ending up in Facebook's scandalous position, Apple is looking to eliminate a shady widespread data collection tactic from the iOS App Store.
There's probably a Snapdragon 1000 on the way and you might want to stick around and see where it will appear. Also, the Pixel 3 will be made by Google... for reals... sorta.
The Apple executive wants gamers to know that it's still working with Valve to get Steam Link up and running on the App Store. But the story behind it all may be just money.
Nearly seven years later, we may finally have reached the end of this argument between two bickering tech giants. That and a really big phone this week on our show!
Smaller app makers want to launch free trials for their products just like the big publishers who have subscriptions and are eligible for higher revenue shares.
Apple wants to send a clear and simple message - there's no room in its App Store for nefarious data collection and unauthorized location information sharing.
If your favorite app that you use on your iPhone X still hasn't come to support the notch on your Super Retina Display, perhaps you have only weeks to wait before it does.