Tuesday, December 6, 2016

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Pre-Orders Could Start September 9

Consumers eyeing the iPhone 7 may be able to preorder it starting Friday, September 9. No, Apple hasn't announced anything. Rather, the purported preorder date was leaked in a tweet Wednesday night...

iPhone 7 to be released during the week of September 16

According to VentureBeat’s Evan Blass (aka @evleaks) — who has a stellar reputation for leaking information regarding mobile devices — the iPhone 7 is set to release during the week of September 16....

Futuristic Apple invention would allow for complex, multi-axis haptic feedback

The filing would require the use of two haptic modules, able to vibrate vertically and horizontally respectively, according to documents discovered by AppleInsider. These would be linked by a central control...

Apple’s first reality TV series is ‘Planet of the Apps’

Apple has opened up casting for its first reality TV show, ‘Planet of the Apps,’ but it doesn’t want actors; only developers need apply. The show will follow developers as they shop...

iPhone 7 leak shows a shorter, chubbier device you may actually like

As the iPhone 7 launch draws closer, rumors and leaks start piling up. Those leaks also get a bit more stable as time wears on, and the latest makes us think...

India opens the door for Apple retail with new FDI rules

Earlier this year, Apple was looking to open physical stores in India, but said three weeks ago that it would hold off on its plans unless it was exempted from having...

Apple going to bring down excess inventory ahead of ‘iPhone 7’

Analysts Ananda Baruah and Shenlun Wang of Brean Capital LLC predict that iPhone inventories will bottom out in the June and September quarters, as Apple works to reduce excess supply. Come...

Beijing Just Banned the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Citing a violation of design patents, the Beijing Intellectual Property Office has ordered Apple to halt sales of its latest iPhone models on the territory of the city, Bloomberg reports. The ruling claims that Apple has infringed...

Apple to Block Adobe Flash by Default in Safari 10 on macOS Sierra

Apple's just about ready to finish the fight it started with Flash nine years ago. Starting with the next version of macOS, desktop Safari will begin blocking Flash by default across all websites....

Apple finally opens Siri to third party developers

As widely expected, Apple is lavishing TLC on its voice assistant, Siri, at this year’s WWDC. The company has announced it will be letting developers bake Siri’s voice functionality into their apps — so users will be...

APLICATIONS

Uber is testing a loyalty program that rewards riders with free...

Uber sent an email to LA riders yesterday announcing they are doing a temporary promotion that looks very much like a loyalty program. Each UberBLACK...