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Business · Cupertino
Apple Music offers a chance to sing with your favorites
Apple Music wants to help you and your friends sing along to your favorite songs with a new feature it’s rolling out just as people gather for end-of-year parties.See the Story
64% Center coverage: 22 sources
Hacking · Cupertino
Apple offers hacking targets new options to secure data, chats
Apple Inc plans to allow users to more tightly lock down photos and notes stored on its iCloud service and require a physical security key when logging in from a new device, it said on Wednesday.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 16 sources
Electric Vehicles · Cupertino
Apple scales back self-driving car, delays launch to 2026
Apple Inc has scaled back ambitious self-driving plans for its future electric vehicle and postponed the car's target launch date to 2026, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday,.See the Story
50% Center coverage: 16 sources
Latest News Stories
Hands-on: How to use Apple Music Sing karaoke feature in iOS 16.2
Apple Music Sing karaoke feature is live with the iOS 16.2 RC build. Users can adjust vocal volume, see the Duet view, and more. Apple hasn't shared exactly what songs are compatible with Apple Music Sing. The feature is launching with support for tens of millions of songs.See the Story
Six Apple Watch workout tips from Apple's fitness expert Jay Blahnik
Jay Blahnik, Apple's VP of Fitness Technologies, shared his workout tips for Apple Watch users in an interview with The Sun. He said that Apple Watch was designed from the beginning to help with wellness and fitness. He suggested users change or edit the views to show different data during a workout.See the Story
iOS 16.2 expands AirDrop 10-minute limit for ‘Everyone’ from China to everywhere
The iOS 16.2 Release Candidate is now available to developers. The update expands a change to AirDrop that was previously limited to China. Apple has three different options for AirDrop: Receiving Off, Everyone, and contacts only. The new restriction on the Everyone option is now in place globally.See the Story
Proton Drive end-to-end encrypted cloud storage arrives on mobile
Proton Drive is a zero-knowledge encrypted cloud storage and file-sharing service. It's being rolled out on Android and iOS after an extended beta period. Proton also introduced a cloud storage service to the mix on the web back in September. The company is pushing the fact that it operates and owns all its own infrastructure.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Latest Apple Pay promo offers holiday discounts at Columbia, GOAT, Le Creuset, and more
discounts from 10-70% off popular retailers like Columbia, GOAT, Theory, Fender, HotelTonight, Le Creuset, and more. The extra holiday discounts are available when using Apple Pay through December 15 (some retailers require the promo code noted below).See the Story
Apple confirms that it has stopped plans to roll out CSAM detection system
Apple will no longer scan for Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) in iCloud Photos. The news was confirmed by Apple's vice president of software engineering Craig Federighi in an interview with WSJ. The move was widely criticized due to privacy concerns. Other child safety features such as restrictions on iMessage are still available in iOS.See the Story
Apple · Cupertino
Apple patent battle sees AliveCor lose; Apple Watch import ban on Dec. 12 now unlikely
Apple has won a patent battle with healthtech company AliveCor. AliveCor claimed that Apple had stolen its tech, and infringed three of its patents. It took Apple to court, and separately asked the US International Trade Commission (ITC) to ban the sale of the Apple Watch in the US. Apple responded by asking the US Patent and Trademark Office (PTAB) to declare AliveCor's patents invalid. PTAB appeal succeeded, with the board throwing out all three of AliveCor’s patents.See the Story
Why I think email is still the best communication service, as Yahoo Mail for iOS gets another upgrade
Yahoo Mail added new features designed to streamline how users manage commerce features via email. The update includes a gift card view that allows users to easily manage their unused gift cards in one place. Yahoo Mail now offers automatic package tracking alerts that pop up at the top of the inbox to keep users informed of their package's status.See the Story