In short, no Face ID data is transmitted to app publishers, period. But they do have access to an API to track the faces you make at their app.
He doesn't come out and say it, but Apple's SVP of Marketing finds the Amazon Echo and Google Home useless, with something better in the pipeline.
Apple is adding new ways for its app developers to make more money than they are right now. Will it be enough? And how will customers react?
An iPhone's name is kinda like life: what the heck does it mean? And seriously, can we stop the symbolic letters and numbers crud?
Watch today’s Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the demo of Windows Phone in the car that was recently shown at Microsoft’s Build conference. Motorola follows as we get rumors of a Moto X+1 in the works as the follow-up to the Moto X. Samsung follows the news as we get new rumors of the Samsung Gear Solo, which is a smartphone/smartwatch in its own way. Google later brings us new rumors of Android TV that might be coming soon. We end today’s show talking about how Phil Schiller complains about Apple’s own ads lately.
All this and more after the [...]
If you haven’t been following the developments, today is Apple vs. Samsung, day 2. Apple’s first witness for today is non-other than Apple’s SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller. His participation in Apple trials has become quite common, and more specifically, in the previous trials between Apple and Samsung. Today Schiller takes the stage one more time, but oddly didn’t surprise anyone with his statement.
As it turns out, Schiller simply decided to play it safe and re-hash the same statement he’s used in two previous trial testimonies about the [...]
Find out if the comment from Apple's Phil Schiller about Android safety has any merit, and why statistics and percentages don't tell the whole story.