Apple revealed that most built-in iOS apps could be removed from the home screen in iOS 10, and the world celebrated. But shortly thereafter, Apple revealed one very notable caveat: you’re only removing the apps’ icons — the app itself is still loaded on the phone.
Continue reading iOS 10 can hide Apple’s built-in apps, but won’t delete them
Here’s another sign that Siri may be coming soon to the Mac: it already seems to know what Finder is.
In a blog post, Brian Roemmele writes about a curious Siri response he came upon. If you say, “Siri, open Settings in a new window,” Siri will respond by saying, “It doesn’t look like you have an app named Finder.”
Continue reading Siri references Finder ahead of supposed OS X launch
While the new iPhones carry new A9 processors, there’s been increasing concern over the last few days regarding the phones’ battery performance due to the chip being sourced from two different companies, TSMC and Samsung.
Continue reading Apple: iPhone 6S battery life won’t suffer due to different A9 chips
Foursquare, which has gotten out of the check-in business (well at least they’ve put it off to the side) and focused more on local recommendations, has a lot of location data at its disposal.
And it recently used said data to make a prediction about this weekend’s iPhone 6s mania.
According to Foursquare, Apple will sell between 13 and 15 million new iPhones this weekend. That would be a record for the company.
Continue reading APPLE IS GOING TO BREAK IPHONE SALES RECORDS THIS WEEKEND, SAYS FOURSQUARE
Apple introduced some smart new camera and Siri features in its new iPhones this week, but they came along with some privacy concerns.
Continue reading Apple responds to iPhone 6S privacy concerns over always-on Siri and Live Photos
During iPhone 6s launch event, Apple announced the upcoming availability of iOS 9. The Cupertino giant will begin seeding the latest version of its mobile OS next week, on September 16.
Continue reading Apple will begin seeding iOS 9 to everyone on September 16
Smartphone sales in China, the world’s biggest market, have fallen for the first time as the country’s authorities attempt to restore investor confidence in the rapidly cooling economy.
Continue reading World’s biggest smartphone market hits saturation as sales in China fall for first time