Just over a year ago, Microsoft updated its Skype app for iOS with a new ‘Highlights’ feature that was a clear copy of Snapchat and Instagram Stories. Now, in a push towards ‘simplicity and familiarity,’ Microsoft has removed its Highlights feature and made a few other changes to the Skype interface.
Apple’s interest in augmented reality has become pretty clear over the last couple of years, and just this past week it acquired a startup focused on building lenses for AR glasses.
As if Apple’s growing AR ambitions weren’t already clear enough, diving into the company’s hiring trends reveals even more.
I wrote about the release of Parallels 14 a few weeks ago. I’ve been spending some time with it since then, so I wanted to take the time to write about it in more detail. One thing to note (and I think it makes gives my review an interesting perspective) is that I’ve used VMware Fusion (and supported it at my day job) since 2009. I had certainly heard of Parallels before, but I jumped on the Fusion train and kept on upgrading over the years. When I read about Parallels 14, I decided that it was time to try something new. more…
Apple has announced that its retail store on Santa Monica’s Third Street Promenade will close temporarily beginning September 16th.
Apple officially announced its September iPhone event this week, confirming that it will be held on September 12th at Steve Jobs Theater. The event is expected to be packed full of new product announcements, headlined by the iPhone XS.
Read on for a roundup of everything we know about the iPhone XS…
Earlier this week, we showed off an exclusive image of the iPhone XS that Apple will unveil later this month. In that image, the iPhone XS is rocking a brand new wallpaper that seemingly depicts the planet Jupiter.
While our own Gui Rambo shared his best artistic recreation of the wallpaper on Thursday, we’ve got some more options for you below.
After closing the Heart Study to new participants last month, Apple today has started sending notifications to participants informing them that their participation is nearly completed.
Top stories: Exclusive look at iPhone XS & Apple Watch Series 4, Apple announces Sept 12 event, more
In this week’s top stories: We exclusively show off the new iPhone XS and Apple Watch Series 4, Apple announces its September iPhone event, a surprise AirPort Express update, and more. Read on for all of this week’s top stories.
Back at CES in January, Nanoleaf announced new touch-sensitive light panels as a followup to its popular Aurora product. Now, the company is offering more details on when those panels will be available and how much they will cost.
Making The Grade is a weekly series from Bradley Chambers covering Apple in education. Bradley has been managing Apple devices in an education environment since 2009. Through his experience deploying and managing 100s of Macs and 100s of iPads, Bradley will highlight ways in which Apple’s products work at scale, stories from the trenches of IT management, and ways Apple could improve its products for students.
I’ve written a lot about Apple TV over the years. I own five of them, and I use them every day. On the flip side, I can admit that is overpriced for what it does. I wrote this previously:
The problem, I believe, is that it’s become similar to HomePod: a device that’s perfect for people who are all in on Apple. Some people will argue that all of Apple’s products are better when used alongside others. While that’s true, I’d also say that Apple’s best products are also best in class on their own (iPhone, iPad, Mac). I think the Apple TV is great, but it still has some major flaws