Apple chief executive Tim Cook said that you’ll soon be able to make the decision between your iPhone’s performance and its battery life yourself, amid controversy over the company’s decision to do it for you. Read more at The Washington… Read More ›
Two major Apple shareholders and a prominent former Apple executive are calling on the company to change how it approaches some of its youngest customers, alleging that the computing giant’s products risk causing long-term physical or mental harm to children…. Read More ›
Apple patent filings and Energous FCC approval suggest non-contact wireless charging is almost ready
Two days ago, Energous announced that its “wireless 2.0” non-contact charger had been approved by the FCC. Today, two new Apple wireless power patent applications were published by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Coincidence? Perhaps. But it looks like… Read More ›
Apple has apologized to customers for how it rolled out an update that can slow down older iPhones. It is offering cheaper battery replacements to make up for it. Read more at CNN.
Apple is working on expanding the heart monitoring capabilities of future Apple Watches. Apple is said to be developing an integrated electrocardiogram (ECG/EKG) reader for the Apple Watch. Read more at VentureBeat.
Apple has acknowledged what many iPhone owners long suspected: It has slowed older phones. Read more at CNN.
The Snorlax looks so close, you can practically reach out and poke its giant belly. Pokémon Go, the viral gaming sensation of 2016, is still here, and it’s hoping Apple can help make it big again. Read more at CNN.
An attempt to crack down on spammy, duplicative apps has Apple at war with ChowNow, which aids restaurants. Read more at Recode.
The Apple Heart Study app, which launched last week in collaboration with the Stanford University School of Medicine, is the latest indication that the face of medicine is increasingly digital and will be monitoring our every move — and variation… Read More ›
Stanford University’s new Apple Heart Study, using the Apple Watch to help users detect irregular heart rhythms, is the latest digital health project to make use of the popular mHealth smartwatch. Read more at mHealth Intelligence.