Top three questions answered as Redmond prepares to acquire social media giant.
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Apple and Cisco Systems have fleshed out their plans to make iOS devices work better in enterprises and said the new capabilities will be available in the fall.
Built-in apps like Stocks, Calendar, and Weather are now in the App Store, and deletable—with some consequences. Apple also hasn't said whether you can replace a built-in app with a third-party app.
Apple execs took to a stage today in a fast-paced keynote that pushed back against talk that Apple lags behind rivals in artificial intelligence and opened some of the company's crown jewels to third-party developers.
Shoppers will soon be able to buy merchandise with Apple Pay over the web from a Mac desktop or laptop, with the purchase authenticated via a buyer's fingerprint scan on their iPhone or a touch on their Apple Watch.
Apple's newest iOS brings major "emojification" of Messages and third-party app integrations in Siri, Maps, and more.
Apple this fall plans to will let nearly all iOS app makers switch to a subscription-based business model. That could be good for developers but annoying for users.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference is coming to San Francisco next week, giving CEO Tim Cook a chance to get developers fired up over the latest that Apple has to offer. He are 5 questions it needs to answer.
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Apple is planning to finally catch up with other smartphone makers by upping the base storage on its next iPhone to 32GB, according to an IHS analyst.
Apple is looking to make evolutionary rather than revolutionary changes to its iPhone this year as it extends the major refresh cycle to once every three years, according to a report in Tuesday's Nikkei newspaper.
Apple revealed Tuesday that it rehired a security expert who has a background as a mobile encryption pioneer, as the company continues to face scrutiny from governments wanting more access to its products.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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