Month: July 2018

Apple’s printing partner launches Motif extension for Photos after native service nixed

Apple announced earlier this month that it would be discontinuing its photo printing service by September 30, 2018. This means that users will need to look at other third-party solutions…. Read more »

Apple hires developer of virtual reality painting app amid push into AR/VR

Adding to a growing stable of virtual reality experts, Apple recently hired developer Sterling Crispin, whose app "Cyber Paint" was among the first to take advantage of burgeoning mobile VR… Read more »

Leaked images claim to show iPhone X Plus & 6.1-inch LCD iPhone dummy units [Gallery]

As we inch closer to September’s release of new iPhone models, we continue to learn more about what Apple has in store. Today, Twitter leaker Ben Geskin has shared images… Read more »

Review: The 2018 MacBook Pro with i9 processor is the fastest laptop Apple has ever made, but it could be better

The i9 MacBook Pro is a feat of engineering and design that Apple has carried forward for the last three models, but choices made at the inception of the line… Read more »

Gallery: Details from Apple Broadway Plaza’s grand opening in Walnut Creek, CA

East Bay residents have a new store to explore. This morning at 10:00 A.M. in Walnut Creek, CA, Apple opened their latest retail location to the public. 9to5Mac attended the… Read more »

Autodesk dropping support for Alias and VRED in macOS Mojave over OpenGL deprecation

Autodesk has published a support document announcing that it is stopping development of its Alias and VRED vertical market packages, and that older versions will not work on Mojave due… Read more »

Report: 6.1-inch iPhone to use ‘Full Active LCD’ with ultra-small bezels, launch in late November

While we’ve long known that Apple is planning to introduce a budget-friendly 6.1-inch LCD iPhone this year, a report this evening indicates the device will feature a “Full Active LCD” from… Read more »

New patent lawsuit targets Apple over voice control tech in Siri- & HomeKit-enabled devices

A fellow Californian company, SpeakWare, on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Apple, accusing the iPhone maker of violating a U.S. voice control patent. AppleInsider – Frontpage News