BlackBerry has a new phone to last a weekend, feature a keyboard and much more while Apple has surged in software in some places and lagged in others.
Most importantly, Apple is keeping iOS and macOS separate, though it is trialing an integration of iOS's UIKit to the macOS AppKit.
The next tvOS update will support Dolby's spatial sound codec and, soon, Charter Spectrum channel packages through Apple TV.
The world’s most popular smartwatch family (by far) is not getting a new member for a few more months, but it’s obviously getting a fifth software release… detailed and previewed today ahead of a likely rollout in the fall.
watchOS 5 primarily aims to consolidate, expand and enrich the health and fitness capabilities of the Apple Watch while also making a point of bringing users closer together. The somewhat overlooked social networking aspect of the platform is being bolstered with competitions between friends, and you get notifications on your progress every step of the [...]
Animoji can now capture you sticking out your tongue. You can also FaceTime with up to 31 of your closest friends in just a single call.
Who’s copying who now? In all fairness, everyone copies everyone, and no one really copies no one. Google just so happened to talk about the Android P’s “joy of missing out” first, with Apple following suit today at WWDC 2018 by unveiling a series of similar iOS 12 features.
No, improved system performance and predictable AR revisions are not the full story here, with something called Screen Time also in the pipeline. You will be shown not only how long you use each app, but also which apps are sending the most notifications.
A weekly activity summary aims to encourage [...]
iOS 12 is coming soon... to every single iOS 11-supported iPhone and iPad, vastly improving performance, especially on older devices.
Shared experiences will be the biggest thing for mainstream iOS users in the augmented reality space for collaboration and gaming.
Apple is expected to focus exclusively on software announcements at its WWDC 2018 opening event in San Jose, California, and you can follow all the action live online starting at 10 a.m. PDT.
New metrics will be accessible to iPhone and iPad users so that they can self-start a road away from being addicted to the services they get on their phones and tablets.
No iPhone SE 2, no iPad Pros with Face ID, no refreshed MacBooks, and certainly no Apple Watch Series 4. Still, there's plenty of exciting software stuff reportedly slated for WWDC 2018 announcements.
Apple is reportedly keen on "advancing its digital assistant ambitions" at next week's Worldwide Developers Conference, both with expanded Siri capabilities and a lower-cost Beats smart speaker.
Apple Pay is currently all that can be used through the NFC chip on all modern iPhones, but that could soon change as early as this fall.
The homepage of its website has been completely plastered with WWDC. But there are only so many subtle hints we can get about what's coming up.
What may have been codenamed project "Marzipan" at one point is still in development, eyeing some sort of a unification between iOS and MacOS, but not this year.
Several major software and hardware announcements have been rumored for the Worldwide Developers Conference in the first week of June.
It's certainly not surprising to hear Apple could be working on two new iPad Pro variants, but the smaller 2018 model is expected to measure around 11 inches in screen diagonal.
Speculation is slowly ramping up about a $999 or so 13-inch MacBook with a high-res screen due out by the end of Q2, alongside a refreshed 9.7-inch iPad.
It's a modest upgrade from the original iPhone SE for a two-year cycle, but there's plenty of intrigue going into the politics around it.