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Review: Logitech BASE for iPad Pro

BASE from Logitech is the first accessory to take advantage of the iPad Pro’s Smart Connector for charging the iPad itself. Compatible with both the 12.9- and 9.7-inch models, the $99.99 stand is a simple, solid stand made of brushed aluminum that draws heavily from Apple’s trademark finish and takes advantage of the iPad Pro’s magnets to align…

Differential Privacy will be opt-in in iOS 10 with limited usage

Apple has always taken privacy seriously and makes no compromises when it comes to the subject. In iOS 10, and macOS Sierra, the company is introducing Differential Privacy, a way to balance privacy with enabling artificial intelligence. However, Re/code decided to reach out to Apple for more information regarding the new feature. The iPhone maker will…

Apple monitor with integrated GPU still in the works

Apple officially announced that the Thunderbolt Display was dead yesterday. The display was never updated since 2011 and didn’t adopt the new technology and design of newer iMacs, specifically the Thunderbolt Display was still capped at a 2560×1440 non-retina resolution that sported a MagSafe 1 connector. It was no surprise that Apple discontinued the…

Sharp may become the third OLED manufacturer for a future iPhone

Nikkei reports that Sharp will be creating OLED displays for smartphones ‘before 2018.’ Currently, Samsung and LG dominant the OLED display market being the two largest manufacturers of the display. While the 2016 ‘iPhone 7’ isn’t reported to have an OLED display, having a date of ‘before 2018’ gives hope as the iPhone is said to shift to OLED displays in…

Apple discontinues Thunderbolt Display

After 5 years of existence, the Apple Thunderbolt Display has been discontinued. In a statement to iMore, an Apple spokesperson said the following: We’re discontinuing the Apple Thunderbolt Display. It will be available through Apple.com, Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers while supplies last. There are a number of great third-party…

Apple Music launching in Korea soon

The launch of Apple Music will be arriving soon in Korea, according to several media outlets within the country. No firm date has been given, but a music copyright association in Korea has confirmed that it has signed contracts with Apple, so the launch could happen any day now. “We formed a contract with Apple Music to begin streaming service…

Apple explains why kernel is unencrypted in iOS 10

Earlier today, we reported that for the first time on iOS, the kernel is unencrypted in the first developer beta of iOS 10. At the time, we weren’t sure if this was done purposefully, or if it was a human error and that it would be corrected in the forthcoming betas of iOS 10. Now, we’ve learned that Apple has done this on purpose, (via TechCrunch). An…

Unencrypted kernel in iOS 10 — What does this mean?

MIT Technology Review security experts have noted that the kernel found in the first developer beta of iOS 10 is unencrypted, which allows anyone to examine the code. All previous versions of iOS have had an encrypted kernel. The heart of an operating system is a component known as the kernel, which controls how programs can use a device’s hardware and…

Apple adds an additional 40+ banks and credit unions to Apple Pay

Apple Pay has been growing at an exponential growth and it’s all thanks to banks hopping on board and supporting the mobile payment service. Today, an additional 40 U.S. banks and credit unions are joining the Apple Pay bandwagon. Here’s a list of the newly added banks: Acadia Federal Credit Bank7 Catholic Vantage Financial F ederal Credit…