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Apple Unveils Stunning Kuala Lumpur Store

Apple has previewed its first store in Malaysia, Apple The Exchange TRX, located in Kuala Lumpur's Tun Razak Exchange business district. The architectural design of Apple The Exchange TRX features a three-dimensional layered roof with horizontal glass panels and sun-shading blades. A central glazed oculus brings natural daylight into the interior and contains a dynamic artificial-lighting system that adjusts based on the time of day. The building connects the mall's central atrium to a rooftop p

20 Jun 2024 5:47 pm
Apple's 2024 Back to School Sale Launches, Up to $150 Gift Card With Mac or iPad

Apple has launched its annual Back to School promotion for college students in the United States. This year's promotion offers a free Apple gift card with the purchase of an eligible Mac or iPad. Apple is also offering students 20% off AppleCare+ plans. Apple is offering a $150 gift card with any new MacBook Air, MacBook Pro, or iMac, and a $100 gift card with the purchase of any new M4 iPad Pro, M2 iPad Air, or Mac mini. The gift card can be used towards purchases of Apple products and accessor

20 Jun 2024 4:59 pm
macOS Sequoia Adds iCloud Support for macOS 15 Virtual Machines

Apple is introducing a notable enhancement to its virtualization framework in macOS Sequoia by enabling Mac users to sign into iCloud within macOS virtual machines (VMs). Previously, users could not sign into iCloud on macOS VMs, which limited the framework's utility for developers needing to test iCloud features and for users looking to sync their apps with iCloud. As spotted by ArsTechnica , macOS Sequoia removes that barrier, provided that both the host and guest operating systems are macOS 1

20 Jun 2024 4:09 pm
iOS 18: How to Lock and Hide iPhone Apps

In iOS 17, Apple doesn't offer a system-level method for individually locking sensitive apps like Photos behind Face ID. There is a Shortcut action that provides rudimentary protection, but it's not infallible. Thankfully, iOS 18 includes a dedicated option to lock and even hide individual apps even when the iPhone itself is already unlocked. This is useful because it means you can unlock your iPhone and hand it to someone for them to look at something, knowing they won't be able to open the app

20 Jun 2024 2:11 pm
Apple Education Store Down in US and Canada, Back to School Offer Expected Soon

Apple's online education store has gone down in the United States and Canada, as Apple prepares to launch its annual Back to School promotion for university students. Apple's back to school sales provide students with a free Apple gift card when purchasing a Mac or an iPad, and this year's promotion could help Apple push the new M2 iPad Air and M4 iPad Pro models. Last year, Apple offered U.S. students up to $150 when purchasing a Mac and up to $100 when purchasing an iPad. According to Bloomber

20 Jun 2024 1:18 pm
Apple Pencil Pro Drops to $119 on Amazon Alongside Record Low Prices for M4 iPad Pro

The Apple Pencil Pro has dropped to a new record low price today on Amazon, and we're also tracking a collection of discounts on the M4 iPad Pro. Apple Pencil Pro Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Amazon. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. Amazon today has the Apple Pencil Pro for $119.00 , down from the regular price of $129.00. Although this is only a $10 discount, it's now the lowest price we've tracked o

19 Jun 2024 9:18 pm
watchOS 11 Gets 'Check In' Feature That Supports Outdoor Workouts

Apple in iOS 17 added a Check In feature to Messages that allows you to let a loved one know when you've made it back home safely. With watchOS 11, Check In is also coming to Apple Watch, but it's not just in the Messages app that you can activate it. Anyone who has used a Garmin watch will probably be familiar with its LiveTrack feature, which creates a real-time view of your location during an activity, so friends and family can keep tabs on your progress. Strava Beacon offers similar function

19 Jun 2024 7:17 pm
iOS 18 Allows Third-Party Apps to Offer Spatial Video Recording on iPhone 15 Pro

iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models running iOS 17.2 or later can record spatial video with 3D depth for playback on Apple's Vision Pro headset. While spatial video recording has been limited to Apple's built-in Camera app until this point, third-party camera apps on the App Store can also offer this functionality starting on iOS 18. In a WWDC 2024 coding session last week, Apple revealed that it has released an API that allows developers to offer spatial video recording in any app. Apple

19 Jun 2024 7:10 pm
Apple Explains iPhone 15 Pro Requirement for Apple Intelligence

With iOS 18, iPadOS 18, and macOS Sequoia, Apple is introducing a new personalized AI experience called Apple Intelligence that uses on-device, generative large-language models to enhance the user experience across iPhone, iPad, and Mac. These new AI features require Apple's latest iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max models to work, while only Macs and iPads with M1 or later chips will support Apple Intelligence. Since the news came to light, many users have been asking what the reason is for th

19 Jun 2024 5:18 pm
Select Multiple Items Faster With This Simple iPhone Gesture

Your iPhone has multiple touch and gesture capabilities that can enhance how you interact with apps. Some, like pinch and zoom, are well known enough to be considered second nature, but others are less obvious, like the one we're about to explain. Two-Finger Drag to Select Items If have apps where you habitually tap on each individual item in a list to select them emails in your Mail inbox, for example it's time to dial in some efficiency and embrace this faster method. This gestural feature a

19 Jun 2024 4:10 pm
Apple Has 'Very Serious' DMA Issues, EU to Enforce Rules 'Soon'

Apple is facing a umber of very serious issues with its Digital Markets Act compliance in Europe, EU competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager said in an interview with CNBC . The European Commission opened an investigation into Apple in March to determine if Apple's EU app marketplace changes were complying with DMA regulations. The DMA requires Apple to provide developers with an option to distribute apps outside of the App Store and without App Store's fees. Apple implemented support for a

19 Jun 2024 5:44 am
Logitech Launches 'Keys-To-Go 2' Portable Keyboard for Tablets

Logitech today announced the launch of the Keys-To-Go 2 , a new portable wireless keyboard that's designed for tablets and mobile devices like the iPad , and it works as a lightweight alternative for those who do not want to invest in Apple's Magic Keyboard. The keyboard is designed to work as a standalone device, so it does not attach to the iPad, and you will need to pair it with a stand or smart cover for a Mac-like experience. Available in lilac, pale gray, graphite colors, the Keys-To-Go 2

19 Jun 2024 4:14 am
Apple Launches 'Help Me Choose' Website for Finding the Right Mac

Apple today debuted a new Mac website that's designed to help potential customers find the ideal Mac. The Help Me Choose site asks users a few questions and then suggests the Mac that will best meet the user's needs. Questions include what the Mac will be used for, necessary day-to-day essentials, info on the user's creative pursuits, the need for portability, which peripherals will be used, and budget. Apple's algorithm for suggesting a Mac takes all of these factors into account, and it doesn'

19 Jun 2024 1:56 am
Habbo Launches Classic Version of Game on Mac in Throwback to 2005

If you were a kid who grew up using the internet in the early 2000s, there is a good chance that you heard of Habbo Hotel. Once a massively popular virtual world with millions of players, the game slowly died out over the years as the young teenagers who played it eventually became adults and moved on with life. With the modern version of Habbo no longer offering the experience that older players remember, a classic version of the game has long been requested. And today, that wish finally became

18 Jun 2024 11:53 pm
M4 MacBook Pro Models Expected to Launch in Late 2024

MacBook Pro models with an M4 chip are expected to launch in the fourth quarter of 2024, according to display analyst Ross Young. In a tweet for subscribers , Young said that panel shipments for new 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pro models are set to begin in the third quarter of 2024, which suggests a launch toward the end of the year. Apple started its M4 chip refresh in May with the launch of the M4 iPad Pro , but the first Macs with M4 chips are also slated for a 2024 launch. According to Bloo

18 Jun 2024 11:20 pm
Apple Expands Vision Pro App Store to New Countries Ahead of Upcoming Launch

Apple today told developers that it is expanding the Vision Pro App Store to new markets ahead of when the device is set to launch in additional countries. Since its February launch, the Vision Pro has been limited to buyers in the United States, but at WWDC, Apple announced plans to bring it to eight new markets. The Apple Vision Pro will launch in China, Hong Kong, Japan, and Singapore on Friday, June 28, and it will expand to Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and the United Kingdom on July

18 Jun 2024 10:59 pm
Amazon Takes Up to $350 Off M3 MacBook Pros, Starting at $1,399

Amazon today has a selection of M3 MacBook Pro models on sale at steep discounts, including both 14-inch and 16-inch devices. Most of these computers are in stock and ready to be delivered as soon as the end of this week, and none of the deals below require a coupon code in order to see the discounted price. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Amazon. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. 14-Inch MacBook Pro Star

18 Jun 2024 9:41 pm
Apple Reportedly Suspends Work on Vision Pro 2

Apple has suspended work on the second-generation Vision Pro headset to singularly focus on a cheaper model, The Information reports. Apple was widely believed to have plans to divide its Vision product line into two models, with one Pro model and one lower-cost standard model. The company is said to have been deprioritizing the next Vision Pro headset over the past year, gradually assigning fewer employees to the project. Apple first shifted focus to reducing the cost of the first-generation mo

18 Jun 2024 8:47 pm
watchOS 11 Lets You Schedule Activity Goals for Each Day of the Week

In the watchOS 11 beta, the Activity app for Apple Watch lets you schedule custom activity goals for different days of the week, and also lets you pause your goals if you need to rest up. If you tap the +/- button when viewing your Move, Exercise, or Stand goals in the Activity app, a new Change Daily Goal option takes you to a schedule list for the days of the week, allowing you to set each one individually. So if you want to set custom workout goals for, say, Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, wit

18 Jun 2024 8:37 pm
Beats Solo Buds Now Available to Order: 18-Hour Battery and a Tiny Case for $79.99

Following their announcement back in late April, the new Beats Solo Buds earbuds are now available to order ahead of their launch later this week. Priced at $79.99, the Solo Buds offer 18 hours of battery life right in the buds themselves and come in the smallest case ever for a Beats earphone product. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. We've had a chance to spend a few days with the Beats Solo Buds, and we've been pretty impressed with what you get for that budget price

18 Jun 2024 7:30 pm
EU Reportedly Satisfied With Apple's Plans to Open iPhone's NFC Chip to Rivals

Apple is set to conclude a lengthy antitrust investigation by the European Union into its mobile payments system by making significant concessions to give competitors access to the iPhone 's NFC technology, the Financial Times reports. The European Commission charged Apple in 2022 with violating competition law, contending that Apple was preventing competitors from accessing its near-field communication (NFC) technology to favor Apple Pay . In response to these charges, Apple apparently made sev

18 Jun 2024 7:07 pm
iOS 18: Calendar App Design Changes and Reminders Integration

Apple in iOS 18 has given the Calendar app a major update, adding some welcome interface design changes, not to mention long-awaited integration with Reminders. In the month-by-month calendar view, the month now appears in large bold font in the top left, while the Events list toggle has been replaced by a new button that lets you choose between Compact, Stacked, Details, and List views. The Compact view looks similar to the standard view in iOS 17, with events indicated by dots (but now colored

18 Jun 2024 6:46 pm
Apple Offers Students AI Training at Developer Academies

Apple today announced plans to introduce new AI curriculum at its Apple Developer Academy locations in Brazil, Indonesia, Italy, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, and the United States. Apple Developer Academy students and mentors will learn about tools and technologies that take advantage of artificial intelligence. The AI curriculum is being added to the program as a foundational skill, and students will learn how to build, train, and deploy machine learning models on Apple devices. Some of the avail

18 Jun 2024 6:30 pm
Apple's Phone App Finally Supports T9 Dialing in iOS 18

T9 dialing, or Text on 9 keys, is a predictive text technology that emerged in the late 90s to make it easier to type text messages on devices with limited input options, such as traditional mobile phones with numeric keypads. Each number key (2-9) on a T9 keypad is mapped to a set of letters. For example, the key 2 corresponds to ABC, 3 to DEF, and so on. Android phones have had the feature for years, and in iOS 18 beta, Apple has finally added T9 dialing support to the Phone App. So now you ca

18 Jun 2024 4:41 pm
U.S. Government Sues Adobe for Hidden Termination Fees When Canceling Subscription

The United States Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission today levied a lawsuit against Adobe [ PDF ] for imposing a hidden termination fee on subscribers who want to cancel their Adobe plans. Adobe is accused of forcing subscribers to avigate a complex and challenging cancellation process designed to deter them from cancelling subscriptions they no longer wanted. Adobe offers its Creative Cloud products on a subscription basis, with fees that are paid monthly. A monthly payment

18 Jun 2024 5:18 am
watchOS 11 Supports Automatic Nap Detection

watchOS 11 appears to include a new feature that allows an Apple Watch to automatically detect and record when you're taking a nap. As shared on Reddit , an Apple Watch owner took a nap and was able to see the sleep data recorded in the Health app, despite not putting the device in Sleep Mode. Right now, the Apple Watch only tracks and records sleep when it is in Sleep Mode, and there is no support for tracking naps. The change should allow an Apple Watch running watchOS 11 to record and include

18 Jun 2024 4:35 am
Apple Teases June 25 Beats Pill Unveiling

Apple appears to be planning to unveil its new Beats Pill speaker on Tuesday, June 25, according to a teaser shared on social media site X (formerly Twitter) today. The Beats by Dre account posted a short video starring LeBron James and featuring the Beats Pill speaker, with the text 6/25, which seemingly hints at the debut date of the device. Signs of a new Beats Pill speaker first surfaced in April when NBA superstar LeBron James was spotted carrying it in a photo . It was later spotted with F

18 Jun 2024 3:57 am
iOS 18 Beta Notes Reveal More Changes for FaceTime, Siri, and Wallet

Apple shared iOS 18 beta release notes on its developer website last week, and they reveal some smaller changes related to FaceTime, Siri, and the Wallet app. iOS 18 is currently in beta for Apple Developer Program members, with a public beta to follow in July. The update should be widely released in September. FaceTime Apple says FaceTime will use more data in Low Power Mode on iOS 18 when network conditions are good, for improved video call quality. Siri iOS 18 includes a new setting that can

18 Jun 2024 2:31 am
Apple's 2024 Back to School Sale Launching This Week

Apple will launch its annual Back to School promotion for university students in the United States and Canada this week, according to Bloomberg 's Mark Gurman . Apple's back to school sales provide students with a free Apple gift card when purchasing a Mac or an iPad , and this year's promotion could help Apple push the new M2 iPad Air and M4 iPad Pro models. Last year, Apple offered U.S. students up to $150 when purchasing a Mac and up to $100 when purchasing an iPad. Apple actually began adver

18 Jun 2024 12:57 am
Apple Discontinuing Apple Pay Later

Apple is discontinuing Apple Pay Later, the buy now, pay later feature that it just launched last October . Apple Pay Later is being discontinued as of today, but people who have existing Apple Pay Later loans will be able to continue to pay them off and manage them through the Wallet app. Apple announced plans to end the feature in a statement provided to 9to5Mac , which also notes that customers will be able to access installment loans through their credit and debit cards with changes coming t

18 Jun 2024 12:14 am
These iOS 18 Features Aren't Coming to iPhones Until iOS 18.1 or Later

iOS 18 includes many new features for the iPhone, but not all of them will be available when the update is initially released in September. Below, we have listed all of the features that will not be available until a later version of iOS 18, according to Apple's website. The features should begin rolling out with iOS 18.1 in October and iOS 18.2 in December, with more to follow next year. Mail Categorization In an update to iOS 18 coming later this year, the Mail app will gain four new categorie

17 Jun 2024 11:57 pm
Apple Releases First Beta of visionOS 1.3 to Developers

Apple today released the first beta of an upcoming visionOS 1.3 update to developers, allowing them to test new features ahead of the software seeing a public launch. The visionOS 1.3 beta comes a week after the release of visionOS 1.2 . The visionOS beta can be downloaded by going to the Settings app on the device and toggling on developer betas. A registered developer account is required, and Apple recommends making a backup before installing new software. Apple may make further improvements t

17 Jun 2024 10:44 pm
Apple Seeds First Beta of watchOS 10.6 to Developers

Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming watchOS 10.6 update to developers for testing purposes, with the beta coming a month after the release of watchOS 10.5 . To install the watchOS 10.6 update, developers need to open the Apple Watch app, go to the Software Update section under General in Settings, and toggle on the watchOS 10 Developer Beta. An Apple ID linked to a developer account is required. Once beta updates have been activated, watchOS 10.6 can be downloaded under the same Sof

17 Jun 2024 10:42 pm
Apple Seeds First Beta of tvOS 17.6 to Developers

Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming tvOS 17.6 to developers for testing purposes, with the beta coming a month after the release of tvOS 17.5 . Registered developers are able to download the tvOS 17.6 update by opting in to the beta through the Settings app on the Apple TV . A registered developer account is required. tvOS software releases are usually minor in scale compared to other operating system updates, focusing primarily on smaller improvements rather than outward-facing cha

17 Jun 2024 10:41 pm
Apple Seeds First Beta of macOS Sonoma 14.6 to Developers

Apple today seeded the first beta of an upcoming macOS Sonoma 14.6 update to developers, with the software coming a month after Apple released macOS Sonoma 14.5 . Registered developers can opt-in to the beta through the Software Update section of the System Settings app. Note that an Apple ID associated with an Apple Developer account is required to get the beta. We don't yet know what might be included in macOS Sonoma 14.6, but if new features are found in the beta, we'll update this post. Rela

17 Jun 2024 10:40 pm
Apple Seeds First Betas of iOS 17.6 and iPadOS 17.6 to Developers

Apple today seeded the first betas of upcoming iOS 17.6 and iPadOS 17.6 updates to developers for testing purposes, with the software coming a few weeks after the launch of iOS 17.5 and iPadOS 17.5. Registered developers are able to opt into the betas by opening up the Settings app, going to the Software Update section, tapping on the Beta Updates option, and toggling on the iOS 17 or iPadOS 17 Developer Beta. An Apple ID associated with a developer account is required to download and install th

17 Jun 2024 10:34 pm
Here's Everything New in the Messages App on iOS 18

iOS 18 adds many new features to the Messages app, including the ability to schedule messages to be sent later, the ability to use any emoji or sticker as a Tapback, text formatting options like bold and italics, and much more. iOS 18 is currently available in beta for members of the Apple Developer Program, with a public beta to follow in July. The software update should be widely released in September, and it is compatible with the iPhone XS and newer. Below, we outline everything new in the M

17 Jun 2024 8:55 pm
Best Buy Takes $200 Off M1 iPad Air and $100 Off iPad Mini 6

Today we're tracking a pair of deals on Apple's sixth-generation iPad mini and fifth-generation iPad Air , which are available on Best Buy and Amazon. Both of these sales are notable for having nearly every model of each tablet on sale right now, with as much as $200 off select models. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Best Buy. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. Starting with the 64GB Wi-Fi M1 iPad Air, Bes

17 Jun 2024 8:14 pm
iOS 18: These Apple Intelligence Features Won't Be Ready Until 2025

Apple is not expected to introduce its most significant Apple Intelligence features in September when iOS 18 sees a public release. Instead, many will come alongside a Siri overhaul in a future iOS 18 update that's set to be introduced in 2025. That doesn't mean Siri will not have any improvements when iOS 18 initially launches. According to Bloomberg 's Mark Gurman , Siri in iOS 18 will still have some ew bells and whistles come September, including a new interface that glows a light around th

17 Jun 2024 5:31 pm
Apple Developing Thinner MacBook Pro, Apple Watch, and iPhone

Apple intends to slim down the MacBook Pro, Apple Watch, and iPhone, with the new ultra-thin M4 iPad Pro a sign of the company's new design trajectory, according to Bloomberg 's Mark Gurman. When the M4 iPad Pro was unveiled last month, Apple touted it as the company's thinnest product ever, and even compared it to the 2012 iPod nano to emphasize its slim dimensions. Writing in the latest edition of his Power On newsletter , Gurman says that like the iPad Pro, Apple is now focused on delivering

17 Jun 2024 2:52 pm
Kuo: Apple Watch Series 10 to Get Larger Screen and Thinner Design

This year's Apple Watch Series 10 will be thinner and come in larger screen sizes than previous models, according to Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo . In his latest industry note shared on Medium , Kuo said the screen size options on the next-generation Apple Watch will increase from 41mm to 45mm, and from 45mm to 49mm, while being encased in a thinner design. As for Apple Watch Ultra, Kuo said it will remain oughly the same this year, although if production yields meet expectations, a new dark/blac

17 Jun 2024 1:50 pm
Amazon's Weekend Sale Has Record Low Prices on M3 MacBook Air, Available From $899

Amazon this weekend has record low prices on every M3 MacBook Air , including the 13-inch and 15-inch models. Amazon introduced this sale about one week ago and it remains one of the only retailers to have these all-time low prices on the 2024 MacBook Air. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with Amazon. When you click a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment, which helps us keep the site running. Amazon has $200 off the 256GB 13-inch M3 MacBook Air, available for $899.00 i

15 Jun 2024 10:22 pm
Top Stories: WWDC Recap With iOS 18, Apple Intelligence, and More

WWDC 2024 kicked off on Monday with a jam-packed keynote revealing iOS 18, macOS Sequoia, and more, all fueled by upcoming Apple Intelligence technology. We've highlighted the major announcements below, but be sure to check out our recap post that includes a video going over the highlights plus links to all of our coverage from the big day! Apple Announces iOS 18 With Customizable Home Screen and Control Center and Much More Apple this week announced iOS 18 , which includes a wide range of new f

15 Jun 2024 6:30 pm
You Can Give Siri a New Name With iOS 18's Vocal Shortcuts

Apple in iOS 18 added a Vocal Shortcuts accessibility feature , and now that iOS 18 is available in a beta capacity, users have figured out that this option can be used to give Siri a new wake word. With Vocal Shortcuts, you can assign a custom phrase that Siri can understand to launch shortcuts and complete complex tasks, and one of the shortcuts you can set up is an alternative for Hey Siri. To set up a Vocal Shortcut for Siri, open up the Settings app, go to Accessibility, and scroll down to

15 Jun 2024 5:03 am
Sonos' Privacy Policy Change Suggests It Might Sell Your Data

Popular audio company Sonos recently updated its U.S. privacy policy to make a small but notable change that seemingly puts customer data at risk. As noted by Louis Rossmann (via The Verge ), the new Sonos privacy policy removes a line about not selling customer data. In the 2023 version of its privacy policy, Sonos had this sentence: We do not and will not sell your personal data to third parties. The statement has been removed from the 2024 version of the privacy policy in the United States, t

15 Jun 2024 4:34 am
iOS 18 Gains Emergency SOS Live Video Support

iOS 18 is giving iPhone users who find themselves in an emergency situation a way to provide more information and context to emergency responders with an update to Emergency SOS. Emergency SOS now supports live video, which means once the SOS feature is activated, streaming video and recorded media can be sent to emergency personnel. Emergency dispatchers can send a request for a user to share either live video or a video from the camera roll, which Apple says should make it easier and faster to

15 Jun 2024 3:59 am
Apple Explains How iOS 18 Genmoji Work

One of the Apple Intelligence features coming in iOS 18 is Genmoji, which will allow iPhone users to use AI to generate all-new emoji characters based on text input. The Genmoji will look similar to emoji, but are custom created, according to an iOS 18 WWDC session focused on Genmoji . Emoji are not images, but are instead pictographs that are encoded in the Unicode Standard and rendered by each platform. Emoji are added by the Unicode Consortium, which raised some questions about how Apple's Ge

15 Jun 2024 3:25 am
You Can Select a Preferred Home Hub in iOS 18

The Home app in iOS 18 allows HomeKit users who have more than one device that serves as a home hub to select which one should be used as the preferred hub. It is a small but useful change because it prevents HomeKit from choosing a hub that is further away from most HomeKit products or that has a weaker connection. In iOS 17 and earlier, there has been no way to select a home hub, and HomeKit has picked randomly. That can lead to connectivity issues in some situations. For those who do not care

15 Jun 2024 2:52 am
Apple Redesigning TestFlight App in iOS 18

Apple plans to overhaul the design of its TestFlight app that is available to developers for beta testing their apps, and the updated design was highlighted in a WWDC session on App Store Connect . TestFlight in iOS 18 features a new invitation experience that will better showcase the app by highlighting key information including app name and icon, screenshots, developer name, build expiration date, and app description. The refreshed design looks much more similar to the App Store than the curre

15 Jun 2024 2:01 am
Beats Solo Buds Unboxed, Available to Order Starting Next Week

Apple today shared a Beats Solo Buds unboxing video on YouTube, providing a closer look at the wireless earbuds before they launch next week. Priced at $79.99, the Beats Solo Buds feature up to 18 hours of battery life, a USB-C carrying case, and Find My support on both iOS and Android. However, they lack active noise cancellation, and the carrying case does not have a built-in battery and can only charge the earbuds when a USB-C cable is connected to an external power source. More details about

15 Jun 2024 1:33 am