At the WWDC 2019 keynote, Apple announced iOS 13 with a whole slate of brand new features, including the much-anticipated Dark Mode, and more. It's one of the biggest releases of iOS yet, and the iPad even got it's own separate version of iOS that is appropriately dubbed iPadOS. The separation of iOS and iPadOS is huge, but not surprising, considering all that the iPad can do that the iPhone and iPod touch cannot due to smaller screen sizes. Still, if you're curious about whether or not your iPhone or iPad can run iOS 13, here's the lowdown for you. For iOS 13, which is now just iPhone and iPod touch only, you will need one of the following devices: iPhone XS Max iPhone XS iPhone XR iPhone X iPhone 8 Plus iPhone 8 iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 7 iPhone 6s Plus iPhone 6s iPhone SE iPod Touch (7th Generation) If you do not have one of the devices listed above, then you won't be able to install iOS 13 on it when it is available. You'll need to upgrade to a more current device that has the power to … [Read more...] about Will my iPhone or iPad work with iOS 13 or iPadOS 13?
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Justin SullivanGetty Images Apple's keynote address came from the San Jose Convention Center this year to share new updates to existing tech and products at their annual World Wide Developer's Conference, or WWDC."We moved all of our software platforms forward," said Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, before announcing that all platforms are available in beta versions today. Here's what you need to know. macOS CatalinaMusic and Apple Podcasts have been revamped for Macs, and now, Apple TV is available on your Mac, too. The Apple TV app allows you to stream from your favorite shows and movies and soon, Apple TV+ will also be available for users to stream new, original content, like For All Mankind. Apple TV will let viewers pause on one device and continue watching, uninterrupted, on any other connected Apple device.iPad apps will soon be available on Macs, as well. You'll be able to seamlessly drag and drop a wide variety of content from various apps related to travel, gaming, and even … [Read more...] about Everything You Need To Know From Apple’s WWDC Keynote
Apple has traditionally held a special event near the end of March each year where the company has announced new iPads and the iPhone SE among other products. This year, the company will use the event to announce its rumored subscription news service, according to a new report from BuzzFeed.According to the report, the event will take place on Monday, March 25 and will be held at Apple's Steve Jobs Theater on the Apple Park Campus.An Apple spokesperson declined to comment when contacted by ZDNet.BuzzFeed notes that instead of announcing new AirPods or a new iPad Mini, the company will instead focus on subscription services. BuzzFeed's sources wouldn't confirm if that means we could also learn more about Apple's streaming video service.On Tuesday a report from The Wall Street Journal detailed Apple's desire to keep 50-percent of the monthly subscription revenue from the program, giving the other 50-percent to publishers. In comparison, Apple's developer program only takes a 30-percent … [Read more...] about Apple’s next keynote will be “services focused,” held on March 25: Report
If you like Apple products or you're simply a proper tech head who delights in everything cool and novel, than the minute that big ball drops on New Year, you start thinking about just which products exactly Apple is getting ready to drop in the New Year. Some things was can all but take for granted — new operating systems at WWDC in June, new iPhones in September. Other things, like new Macs and iPads, and events in March and October… well… those are always just a little less certain. 2018 was a huge year for Apple where almost everything got update, almost. But it was also a huge challenge, with some updates delayed and some products just MIA. So, what does Apple have coming in 2019? The best indicator of future behavior is past behavior, so lets look at the patterns and see what they show us. The video is better. Watch the video. And subscribe for more! January: CES 2019 No more Apple at Macworld meant not more Macworld, and no more January keynotes like the … [Read more...] about All Apple products and events to expect in 2019
caption Apple’s Tim Cook isn’t happy source Reuters Pictures Apple is one of the biggest, most valuable, and most beloved tech companies in the world. Still, not everything the company debuted in 2018 lived up to expectations. We highlighted the most disappointing moments from Apple in 2018. 1. Apple hiked prices on just about everything. source Justin Sullivan / Staff Apple bumped up the starting prices of many of its most popular products in 2018, compared to 2017: The starting price of the newest and most affordable iPhone increased by $50. The starting price of the newest and most affordable Apple Watch increased by $70. The starting price of an iPad Pro increased by $150. The starting price of the MacBook Air increased by $200. The starting price of the Mac Mini increased by $300. Apple creates great value in every product it makes, but the price hikes for these particular products, this year, were not justified. 2. Apple killed … [Read more...] about The 13 biggest Apple disappointments of 2018