Pokémon GO is now available for Apple Watch owners who want to utilize the game to promote their personal health and fitness. More details here.
Reports suggest that the key reason behind the delay in the release of the new iMac is that Apple has opted to incorporate Intel's latest Kaby Lake-based processors into the new iMac. If iMac will be sporting the new chipsets, it will be a game-changer leaving iMac to hold an upper hand against its competitors.
Shielding from interference can allow tighter packing of chips and more battery space.
The next iPhone set for launch later this year will rely on Lightning headphones but will not feature advanced noise-cancellation, new reports claim.
Reports are based on rumored partnership between Apple and wireless charging solutions provider Energous.
New reports suggest iPhone 7 could experiment with new technologies to push the bar higher.
The company is reportedly trying to overcome problems of power loss associated with true wireless charging.
Future iPhones may offer headphone connectivity through Lightning and Bluetooth.
In 2012, Apple gave up on Google maps to introduce their own in-house app for navigation. However, the company is staying with Google as their default search engine as latter pays Apple a lot of money to enjoy that privilege. The figure, to be exact, is $1 Billion.
New reports claim Apple will launch a 4-inch iPhone by April. The phone could be called iPhone 5SE.
Apple is perhaps shifting from LCD panels on their iPhones to flexible OLED (organic light emitting diode). According to a new report, Samsung will be a primary supplier of OLED screens for Apple and that the contract between the two has been “practically” sealed.
A patent filed by the company details dual camera setup that allows optical zoom.
Outlook users on iOS and Android can now enjoy easier access to their calendars and video conference
Apple described amplification of audio within the phone to combat decreasing space in phones.
Other rumors in the recent past about the iPhone 7 include 256 GB storage and improved battery.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.