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iPhone X will show the content of lock screen notifications exclusively to the device owner. This is possible due to TrueDepth camera and iOS 11 features.
Apple has extended the testing of Apple Pay Cash to its employees. This will help Apple get more data about possible bugs or errors and fix them before the official release.
Sources say that Apple is already working on a new iPhone that will include a stylus.
“Apple may have misfired with the iPhone 8” — a recent report from Bloomberg by Shira Ovide claims. The number of customers planning to upgrade old smartphones is dropping every year. But is everything really so bad?
The KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo believes that in next generation of iPhones Touch ID will be replaced by face recognition feature. Apple is going to use its advantage over Android manufacturers and implement 3D sensors in future iPhones. This will be a giant leap for Apple which relied on sole fingerprint recognition since iPhone 5S, released in 2013.
Apple still got difficulties with producing parts for iPhone X’s TrueDepth camera. Earlier reports claimed this was the reason for the delayed launch of iPhone X.
47 percent of iPhone users already updated to iOS 11. This number is only 1 percent less than current iOS 10 adoption.
A design head at Apple Jony Ive was talking about the development of iPhone X — the most difficult Apple project so far.
Apple today released iOS 11.0.3 that addressed bugs in iPhone 6s, 7 and 7 Plus.
One of MacRumors readers wrote a letter to Apple software engineering head Craig Federighi where he asked about Reachability feature that is no more available in iOS 11. Federighi said that it will be fixed soon.
CNBC surveyed 800 people in different regions of US and it appears that 64% of these people have one Apple product at a minimum.
According to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, iPad Pro will sport a TrueDepth camera in the future.
Apple today released second betas of iOS 11.1 and macOS 10.13.1 to developers. The most important change is adding hundreds of new emoji to both betas.
Apple will start a new trend in the mobile world with its iPhone X: mobile manufacturers will now try to make their devices not only with all-screen design but with facial recognition as well.
Jony Ive, design chief at Apple was speaking to David Remnick of The New Yorker. He has been visiting the New Yorker TechFest in Manhattan and criticized all the products he saw.