Month: April 2018

2018 iPhones may kill 3.5mm adapter two years after headphone jack, iPhone X estimates drop

Barclays is out today with two analyst notes on Apple. Mark Moskowitz has lowered iPhone X estimates again, while Blayne Curtis predicts Apple may stop bundling the Lightning to 3.5mm… Read more »

DirecTV Now extends free Apple TV 4K promotion with 3 months of prepaid service, get both for as little as $105

DirecTV has once again extended its popular free Apple TV 4K promotion with three months of prepaid DirecTV Now service. Plans start at $ 35 per month, making the 32GB… Read more »

Fake U.S. Marshal steals an iPhone, Thailand ‘iPhone killers,’ and more from the Apple crime blotter

A change in sentence for Thailand’s "iPad killers," a court decision about Facebook logins, iPhone theft by ice cream vendors and more in this roundup of Apple-related crime reports AppleInsider… Read more »

Review: Nomad wireless travel stand is our favorite portable charger, but it could do more

Nomad’s wireless travel charger for the iPhone 8 and iPhone X bucks the trend of many popular chargers, opting for a rounded-rectangular design that transforms from a charging pad, to… Read more »

Apple stores at Lehigh Valley, Orland Square malls relocating to larger spaces this year

Two more of Apple’s smaller mall locations are set to relocate to significantly larger spaces this year, according to a document filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. Both… Read more »

Samsung, Micron, Hynix allegedly conspired to keep DRAM prices high, class action suit filed

Another class action lawsuit has been filed, alleging that Samsung, Hynix, and Micron conspired to limit the supply of memory, keeping consumer prices artificially high as a result. AppleInsider –… Read more »

Jony Ive celebrates life of late fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa, discusses creative disciplines

Alaïa’s London boutique.  In a new interview with Wallpaper*, Apple’s Chief Design Officer Jony Ive shared his memories of late fashion designer Azzedine Alaïa. The tribute coincides with the opening of… Read more »

Apps are the future of emergency calls, says international emergency services organization

An organization representing emergency services in more than 80 countries worldwide has argued that apps can be a better way to report an emergency than making a call. The European… Read more »

Startup offering $3 million to anyone who can hand over zero-day exploits for iOS or macOS

Crowdfense, a startup company based out of the United Arab Emirates is offering up to $ 3 million for anyone who can offer a zero-day exploit on macOS, iOS, Android… Read more »