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As Apple’s HomePod is now available for public, it is undergoing different tests. The research firm Loup Ventures tested Apple’s smart speaker and shared the results of the tests compared to other smart speakers.
Apple issued updates to address the recent Spectre vulnerability, discovered by Google Zero Project. The fix for Meltdown breach has been added to previous versions of operating systems. Now Apple has addressed another vulnerability called Spectre, that is harder to exploit, but still, Apple issued a fix for Spectre soon enough.
Apple has confirmed that the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities that have been discovered by researchers from Google Project Zero affected all Apple products. The vulnerability impacts Intel, ARM and AMD processors. These are hardware vulnerabilities that require a software patch.
The recent report claims that Apple discontinued iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models with 256GB on the day when new iPhones have been unveiled. It was confirmed by an Apple service representative.
Despite other companies took off the 3.5 jack from their devices even before the iPhone 7 has been launched, it’s Apple who will forever stay the company that killed the headphone jack.
The new Android OS has been revealed. It is named Android Oreo and is packed with different new features.
Google will pay Apple $3 billion for this year to make Google the main search provider on Apple devices.
According to the recent leak in the HomePod code, iOS 11 may provide scene recognition feature, according to the investigation of the developer Guilherme Rambo.
The former Google senior vice president Vic Gundotra believes that Apple photo technology has significantly overstepped Android.
During the yesterday’s WWDC keynote, Apple has posted a number of commercials and funny videos about its products. Below you can take a look at all of these short clips.
The first one tells us about a new Apple data center employee who accidentally turned off all Apple devices and turned the world into a chaotic place.
As it turns out, we can often believe the rumors that appear on the Internet. During the WWDC keynote, Apple has unveiled a Siri-based smart speaker capable of handling voice commands and managing HomeKit devices. The new device is called HomePod . Looks like Amazon Echo and Google Home have finally met their Apple rival.
Apple has already started the production of the Siri-based smart speaker and plans to unveil the device at the upcoming WWDC conference, reports Bloomberg. Still, people familiar with the matter say that the device will hit the stores only later in the year. Apple suppliers aren’t ready to produce enough Siri Speakers to catch up with the demand before in June.
Yesterday, as a part of its annual developer conference, Google announced Andoroid O, improvements to Google Assistant, Google Home, as well as other products and services the company offers. Below you can take a look at the short video shared by The Verge, showing the main announcements made at Google I/O 2017.
According to the latest report from the Chinese newspaper Economic Daily News (via
A well-known insider Sonny Dickson has shared some more details about the upcoming Amazon Echo competitor created by Apple. According to Dickson, the new device will have a concave top part with controls and resemble the Mac Pro in terms of design. There will be a large speaker as well. Most importantly, Apple may announce the gadget at the Worldwide Developer Conference in June alongside new versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS.