Lookout Verizon, AT&T, and any other carrier out there: Apple is working on a way to bypass carriers and beam internet and other data directly to iPhones. That’s according to a report from Bloomberg that says the initiative is “a company priority” for Tim Cook.
According to the report, Apple has “a secret team” of engineers specializing in aerospace, satellites, and antenna design working on the project
A maxed-out version of Apple’s latest desktop computer costs more than a souped-up Tesla.
The new Mac Pro released Tuesday — whose design has been likened to a giant cheese grater by tech geeks on Twitter — tops out at nearly $60,000 for customers who opt for all the bells and whistles.
By comparison, the Performance version of the Model 3 Sedan, which features a carbon-fiber spoiler and top speed of 162 mph, sells for $56,990.
Apple has released the creepy trailer for its M. Night Shyamalan series “Servant.”
The half-hour thriller series, exec produced and directed by the “Sixth Sense” and “Split” helmer, premieres on Nov. 28 on Apple TV Plus and centers around a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home.
The trailer shows Lauren Ambrose and Toby Kebbell as the grieving couple living in a grand townhouse, who hire Nell Tiger Free’s character to be the nanny to their baby. However, the terrifying twist seems to be that baby Jericho died at 13 weeks old, and that Ambrose and Kebbell have replaced him with an eerily similar looking doll version.
AP Apple spent less on lobbying than Microsoft , Facebook , Amazon , and Alphabet . However, Apple CEO Tim Cook has forged close ties with President Donald Trump , his daughter Ivanka Trump , and Trump’s senior adviser Jared Kushner .
Since 2017, Apple has spent nearly $18 million on lobbying, according to the Center for Responsive Politics. In comparison, Microsoft spent $24 million, Facebook spent $32 million, Amazon spent $36 million, and Alphabet spent $47 million.
Much of the attention after yesterday’s Apple product event has rightly gone to all the new iPhones , Apple’s longtime cash cow, and whether the company’s new subscription services can help it pivot to a future where individual phone sales are far less important .
Unless you’re getting a work-provided laptop or someone who knows they need the power that a traditional Mac computer can supply, there aren’t many compelling reasons to spend thousands on a new MacBook. The new iPads are lighter, cheaper, and for most people, probably a lot simpler to use. Couple that with the supercomputer you’re likely carrying around in your pocket, and you probably have all the computing power you’ll ever need.
Apple Apple interviewed people who have used the health features on the Apple Watch on camera to see how it improved their lives. T
The video premiered at Tuesday’s Apple event, where the company debuted a new Apple Watch, a new iPad, and three new iPhones.