Apple’s retail stores in many parts of the world were shut down for much of the third fiscal quarter of 2020, but the iPhone still saw two percent growth, which Apple CEO Tim Cook said was a surprise as the company expected year over year ‌iPhone‌ performance to decrease. COVID-19 had the biggest hit on […]

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During today’s earnings call covering the third fiscal quarter of 2020 (second calendar quarter) Apple CFO Luca Maestri confirmed that Apple is expecting to release this year’s iPhones later than usual. Maestri said that Apple last year started selling iPhones in late September, but this year, Apple projects supply will be “available a few weeks […]

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Google today rolled out a new feature for iPhone users who are signed up to beta test Chrome, allowing passwords saved in Chrome to be used in other apps on the device. Chrome passwords can be accessed on ‌iPhone‌ by going to the Passwords & Accounts section, choosing Autofill Passwords, and then selecting the Chrome […]

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Some Apple Watch Series 5 owners have been experiencing battery issues with their devices that cause random shutdowns even when the ‌Apple Watch‌ is reporting high battery levels. An inconsistent reading of actual battery level appears to be at fault, as in most cases, the ‌Apple Watch‌ reports near 100 percent battery levels for most […]

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Apple with iOS 13 introduced HomeKit Secure Video functionality, which allows home security cameras that adopt support to offer integration with iCloud and the Home app, along with improved security features. Multiple companies have been developing cameras that work with ‌HomeKit Secure Video‌, and Eve recently released its $150 Eve Cam, a new camera option […]

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Apple CEO Tim Cook yesterday testified in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Antitrust Subcommittee where he was questioned on Apple’s App Store policies, but Congress also released a series of emails that Apple had submitted as part of the ongoing antitrust investigation. Image via iFixit Those emails revealed Apple’s thoughts on App Store fees […]

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CBS parent company ViacomCBS today announced a significant expansion to its streaming service, CBS All Access. In addition to a new user interface across all major device platforms, CBS All Access is gaining more than 3,500 episodes of TV to improve its back catalog, as well as older movies. This includes shows from channels like […]

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Apple offered Amazon lower App Store fees to convince it to launch its Prime Video app on the ‌App Store‌ and Apple TV, documents published by the U.S. antitrust subcommittee have revealed. According to email correspondence between Apple’s services chief Eddy Cue and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Apple struck a deal to bring Amazon Prime […]

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A few retailers have opened up new discounts across a few of Apple’s first-party accessories today, including deals on iPhone cases, an iPad Pro Smart Folio, and Apple Watch Bands. You’ll find these sales at Amazon, Verizon, and Best Buy. Note: MacRumors is an affiliate partner with some of these vendors. When you click a […]

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Two weeks after its nationwide launch, NBCUniversal’s Peacock streaming service has accumulated 10 million subscribers, reports The Verge. “NBCUniversal successfully launched Peacock in Cable’s footprint in April, ahead of the streaming service’s U.S. nationwide launch earlier this month, with 10 million sign-ups to date,” Comcast chairman and CEO Brian Roberts stated during the earnings report. […]

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