Tag: Apple Rumors

Apple May Reveal the Rumored ‘Netflix for Games’ Subscription Service During March 25 Event

On Monday, March 25, Apple is going to host an event where it is expected the company will unveil two major services endeavors. One of them will be a news subscription service. The other, a video streaming deal that will offer original content, but will primarily focus on selling bundles of digital content. The lates […]

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Apple is Keeping Its Package Pricing a Secret for Its Upcoming Streaming Service; Hulu Won’t be Included

On March 25, Apple is going to announce its upcoming video streaming project, which will include original content and packaged offerings as well. And apparently it’s going to be a surprise to everyone outside of Apple, including the companies planning on offering packages through Apple’s upgraded TV app. As we heard recently, Apple is indeed […]

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Apple Wants to Help Other Companies Sell Their Streaming Video Subscriptions With Its Own

On Monday, March 25, Apple is going to announce its newest effort: a streaming TV service with a variety of original content. But it sounds like Apple’s gameplan here might be much different than, say, just simply taking on Netflix or Hulu (or Disney+, for that matter). According to a new report from Recode, Apple’s […]

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Wall Street Journal Reportedly on Board With Apple’s News Subscription Service; NYT and The Post Not so Much

Apple News is a solid one-stop-shop for a variety of news sources and stories, but Apple wants to expand on that effort. The idea is to offer a subscription service, which would allow readers to drop one monthly fee to access a variety of content. This would reduce the number of monthly subscriptions that some […]

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Report Says Apple Approved Production of AirPower Earlier This Year After Missing Initial 2018 Launch

When is Apple going to launch its wireless charging mat, AirPower? We still don’t know. But it’s starting to sound like it’s coming soon (finally). The Wall Street Journal is reporting on Wednesday that Apple officially approved production of the AirPower wireless charging mat earlier this year. That would suggest the accessory is almost ready […]

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Pirated Copy of ‘Aquaman’ Suggests iTunes 4K Protections May Have Been Cracked

Digital rights management can be pretty tricky, especially for giant digital storefronts trying to sell copies of content. Which is why certain protections are put in place to make sure that content is “safe” behind a paywall. Some work out better than others. And up until recently iTunes, Apple’s digital storefront, has had a pretty […]

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Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger, May Lose His Seat on Apple’s Board Due to Competing Streaming Services

Apple and Disney go way back. Steve Jobs sat on Disney’s board until his passing in 2011. And it’s not a secret that Jobs and Disney’s CEO, Bob Iger, were close friends. As a result of that relationship, Iger also sits on Apple’s board and has done so for years. But, according to Bloomberg, that […]

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Apple Rumored to Struggle to Obtain ‘Necessary Components’ for a 5G iPhone Even in 2020

2019 is the year of the 5G phone, at least from companies like Samsung and LG. But rumor has it that Apple won’t be jumping on the bandwagon until 2020. That “delay” may give Apple plenty of time to work on the upcoming device, and, more importantly, let the network technology mature. However, it doesn’t […]

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Report Says Tim Cook is a ‘Consensus-Builder’ and ‘Avoids Meddling in Product Decisions’

Apple’s current Chief Executive Officer, Tim Cook, has a decidedly different approach compared to the late Steve Jobs. At least, that’s based on anecdotal evidence provided by unnamed sources at Apple, and put together in a new report from The Information. According to the publication, which takes an in-depth look at the 180 leaders at […]

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Analysts Believe Qualcomm May be Running Out of Time to Secure 5G Modem Orders in 2020 iPhones

While many different Android smartphone manufacturers are launching 5G devices this year, Apple probably won’t be joining them. According to previous rumors and reports, Apple is expected to launch its first 5G iPhone in 2020. That would certainly line up with Intel’s own efforts. That company announced its first 5G modem late last year, with […]

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A Pair of Unannounced iPad Models Receive Certification in India

It certainly seems like we are closer to Apple announcing new iPad models, as the company continues to earn regulatory approval across the globe. This time, Apple has earned certification for a pair of new iPad models from the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) in India. The two model numbers approved by the regulatory body […]

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Apple Patent Application Details How AR Glasses Could Help Users Find Items, Showcase Points of Interest

Apple is (probably) working on Augmented Reality glasses. Whether or not we actually see them in the real world remains to be seen. Analyst expectations put the launch year as early as 2020, which means we may start to hear more about the accessory soon. Until then, though, it might be a collection of Apple […]

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Intel Believes Apple Could Transition to ARM-Based Macs in 2020

There have been rumors for quite some time that Apple is developing ARM-based Macs. And apparently even Intel buys them. Axios has a report out this week, outlining recent news regarding Apple’s future transition away from Intel-based processors in its computers. Interestingly enough, officials at Intel are expecting the transition to start very soon. In […]

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Apple’s ‘Project Titan’ May be Developing an Electric Van

Apple’s “Project Titan” has been a pretty consistent rumor for quite some time, with a lot of the focus being on what type of autonomous vehicle the company could be working on. Now, a new report out of Germany’s Manager Magazin, based on information gathered from unnamed sources, Apple’s Project Titan could lead to an […]

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Apple Acquires Digital Marketing Startup DataTiger

Apple is prone to acquiring smaller companies as it needs. This time around it’s a startup getting acquired. Bloomberg reports on Thursday that Apple has officially acquired a digital marketing startup called DataTiger. As it stands right now, Apple has not officially announced anything pertaining to the acquisition, but that is pretty standard for the […]

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