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Apple has filed a patent so that Siri would recognize the whispering of the iPhone owner and whisper the reply as well. Apple applied for the patent back in 2016, but it was only published recently.
Apple released iOS 11.2.1 where fixed some bugs and vulnerabilities. This includes the fix for iPhone autofocus camera issue and bringing back the HomeKit functionality that has been temporarily disabled due to a security issue.
Apple is ready to release the all-in-one pro-oriented iMac after it has been announced in summer. The shipments will start on December 14.
Apple has announced that the company has acquired Shazam, the service that can recognize songs. This is the biggest company’s purchase since 2014 when Apple bought Beats for $3 billion.
The top notch of the iPhone X has been praised and criticized, some say it doesn’t look as Apple’s design at all, while others definitely like the idea. Apple’s vice-president Greg Joswiak considers the notch as “one of the company’s most impressive technical achievements”.
Despite the concerns about the iPhone X adoption before its release, it is already the best-selling model so far. According to the data from IHS Markit iPhone X accounts 2% of the current base of iPhones around 8 countries.
Having issued the iOS 11.2 major update, Apple added the Apple Pay Cash feature for the US users. Now users can attach money directly in the iMessage.
Face ID is intended to be used by a single person and it’s not likely that the company is going to change this in the future. The recent email from Apple chief software engineer Craig Federighi has confirmed this.
Apple has issued a major update iOS 11.2 that includes Apple Pay Cash feature and 7.5W wireless charge. The update has also fixed a recent bug with the date.
Patently Apple published Apple’s application for a patent to use iPhone with Apple pencil.
According to the report of Nikkei Asian Review, Apple is working on the design of its own power management chips that can be used in the iPhone models in two years.
Apple today released the fifth beta of iOS 11.2. The update is available for both, developers and public testers. It can be downloaded from the Apple Developer account or over-the-air.
Every new iOS release comes with its issues, and iOS 11 is a good example of it. Two weeks ago Apple has already fixed an autocorrect bug that corrected “I” to a queer symbol. Now another autocorrect bug has been discovered by some users.
Earlier reports showed how Face ID was fooled with a twin, a child of the device’s owner and even a mask. Another report of the Vietnamese company Bkav again showed how Face ID was fooled with a mask.
Ming-Chi Kuo has issued another investor note where he explained supplies and demand for iPhone X. He told that the production is improved due to strong demand.