Apple revealed three new iPhones, a new iPad and a new Apple Watch, while also starting a price war with …
Apple plans to ditch Intel chips: BloombergApple is planning to use its own chips in Mac computers beginning as early as 2020, replacing processors from Intel, according to a Bloomberg report, which cited sources familiar with the matter. 0 2398
Four in 5 UAE parents see tech as a good medium for child development: report
Four in five (80 percent) parents in the UAE believe technology is a good medium for their child’s development, new YouGov research reveals.
China tariffs could raise costs of Apple products
Apple has said proposed US tariffs on $200 billion worth of products imported from China will raise prices for some of …
Etisalat offers six months free access to Apple Music
Etisalat has announced that it is offering six month free access to ‘Apple Music’ for its postpaid customers. The new …
11 things to know before pre-ordering Apple’s HomePod
If you’re on the fence about whether you should buy Apple’s HomePod, here are 11 things you might want to consider before placing your order:
Qualcomm penalised for buying Apple’s loyalty
The US chipmaker Qualcomm was hit with a EUR 997 million ($1.2 billion) fine by European Union antitrust regulators for paying Apple to use only its chips, blocking out rivals such as Intel.
iPhone update to shed light on Apple’s battery secret
The new iOS update is said to show the phone’s battery health and recommend whether or not it should be replaced. It will also let users turn off a controversial piece of software that slows the phone’s performance in some situations when the battery is flagging.
Apple HomePod to hit stores in February
Apple has announced that pre-orders for HomePod will begin on 26th January with units set to begin shipping on 9th February. The company has yet to confirm a Middle East price for the HomePod.
Hands on: Apple iPhone X
With Face ID, an edge-to-edge OLED display, and wireless charging, the iPhone X is Apple’s nod to the future of smartphones.
Apple to pay Ireland $15.4B in back taxes
Apple has reached an agreement with the European Union to pay $15.4 billion in back taxes it was ordered to …