Tag: Apple News

Kaspersky Files Antitrust Complaint against Apple for Monopolistic App Store Practices

Following Spotify, Kaspersky has now also filed a complaint against Apple for its monopolistic App Store practices. Kaspersky Lab has filed a complaint against Apple with the Federal Antimonopoly Service in Russia. In its blog post, Kaspersky has detailed the situation which led to it filing a complaint against Apple. Apple had sent a notice […]

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Apple Lowers the Price to Upgrade the SSD in MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and Mac mini

Apple has made a distinct change to some of the options to upgrade the SSD in some Macs. As was first reported on Tuesday by MacRumors, Apple has dropped the price of an upgrade to the SSD in the MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, and the Mac mini. However, the changes aren’t for all models, so […]

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Apple Looking to Build Curation Service for Live Sports Rather Than Streaming Exclusive Events

Exclusivity rights are still the top-tier request for most networks and services out there, but it looks like Apple has another idea in mind for streaming live sports. Considering sporting events garner hundreds of thousands, and sometimes millions, of viewers, being able to showcase that content to viewers is vital. It’s why some networks, like […]

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Netflix Will Not Be Part of Apple’s Upcoming Video Streaming Service

Netflix’s CEO Reed Hastings has confirmed that the streaming service won’t be a part of Apple’s upgraded TV application and streaming service which will be unveiled next week. Apple is hosting a ‘Show Time’ event next week where it will unveil its streaming platform service. While the streaming platform will contain many original shows from […]

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Apple Wraps Filming on Five TV Shows Ahead of Streaming Service Launch Next Week

A New York Times report gives us an overview of what to expect from Apple’s ‘Show Time’ event next week. The event will be a star-studded affair as Apple unveils its TV streaming platform and Apple News Magazines services. Apple is working on original content for its TV streaming service and the report highlights the state they […]

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iWork for iOS Update Next Week Will Add Enhanced Apple Pencil Support

Alongside the new 10.5-inch iPad Air and the iPad mini 5, Apple also announced a major update for iWork for iOS that will include improved Apple Pencil integration. The new Apple Pencil features will include a new user interface for easily adding build effects, manipulating objects, and drawing an animation path for an object. These […]

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Apple Targeting Emmys and Oscars for Its Streaming Service Content

Apple is reportedly creating a team of strategists to create campaigns for major entertainment industry awards like Oscars and Emmys. Award strategists are the ones responsible to arrange screenings and other publicity events for Hollywood insiders who vote on movies and TV shows that win awards. The Bloomberg report citing a source says that Apple could be […]

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How much can Apple charge for video, news, and bundled services?

With a media event scheduled for March 25, Apple’s list of subscription services is about to grow from two — iCloud and Apple Music — to four, including Apple News Magazines and an Apple video service. Since many of the details have already leaked out, I’m wondering what Apple will charge for the new services, […]

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Multiple iCloud Services Are Currently Facing an Outage

Apple’s System Status page is highlighting that multiple iCloud services are currently facing an outage. The affected services include Back to My Mac, Find My iPhone, iCloud Backup, iCloud Contacts, iCloud Drive, iCloud Keychain, iCloud Mail, iCloud Notes, iCloud Reminders, Mail Drop, Work for iCloud, and more. Incidentally, Apple’s cloud services are facing an outage […]

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Apple Acquires Laserlike, a Machine Learning Startup

The Information reports that Apple has acquired a machine learning startup based in Silicon Valley called Laserlike. The startup was founded four years ago by three former Google engineers — Anand Shukla, Srinivasan VEnkatachary, and Steven Baker. The startup had so far managed to raise $24 million from Redpoint Ventures and Sutter Hill Ventures. The […]

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