Ty Pendlebury, provided by Published 9:22 am PDT, Tuesday, October 30, 2018 This article, New Apple iPad Pro ditches both Lightning port and headphone jack, originally appeared on CNET.com. Apple's iPad Pro with gets a USB-C port for adding accessories and even charging your phone from the tablet. Apple's iPad Pro with gets a USB-C port for adding accessories and even charging your phone from the tablet. Photo: Screenshot By Stephen Shankland/CNET iPad Pro 2018: Feast your eyes on Apple's big iPad update Apple's iPad Pro for 2018 is a humdinger of an update to Apple's line of iPads. iPad Pro 2018: Feast your eyes on Apple's big iPad update Apple's iPad Pro for 2018 is a humdinger of an update to Apple's line of iPads. Photo: CBSI/CNET The iPad Pro for 2018 comes in two sizes, one with an 11-inch screen and one with a … [Read more...] about New Apple iPad Pro ditches both Lightning port and headphone jack
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Amazon's logo is pictured inside the company's office in Bangalore, India, April 20, 2018. (Reuters) Apple and Amazon are reportedly each considering North Carolina as an East Coast headquarters. But voting rights advocates, citing the state's new voter ID proposal, are trying to convince the tech titans to go elsewhere. The bill, announced Thursday by the state's House Republicans, would establish a photo voter identification requirement in the state's constitution, the News & Observer in Raleigh reported. But Color of Change, a civil rights organization, launched a campaign this week to pressure Apple and Amazon to push back against the voter ID bill, arguing that it discriminates against African-Americans. “REJECT RACISM … Make your Raleigh campus contingent on EQUAL RIGHTS for ALL your employees … Vote NO on racist voter ID laws!” the advocacy group says in an ad. Two years ago, federal courts struck down a North … [Read more...] about Amazon, Apple should avoid North Carolina over ‘racist’ voter ID plan, advocacy group says
The company is slated to unveil iOS 12 and its features at its WWDC '18 keynote, which kicks off at 10 a.m.With no hardware announcements planned for next week, Apple will instead focus on addressing recent concerns with device addiction, Bloomberg claims, after the firm was called out earlier this year for the "harmful effect" that its iPhones are having on young people. According to Bloomberg's often-reliable Mark Gurman, iOS 12 - which is set to be revealed at WWDC on Monday - will include a new "Digital Health" settings section.Apple will introduce the technology of "Digital health" (Digital Health) which will include a number of tools that shows users how they use their gadgets and spend time in apps.Apple's CEO Tim Cook sees augmented reality as a game changer. As part of "ARKit2", Apple has been planning a new mode that would allow users to play AR games against each other in the same virtual environment. The tool would monitor how much time you're spending online, among other … [Read more...] about Apple to release software upgrade to moderate iPhone Use
An Apple sales associate speaks with a customer waiting to purchase a new iPhone X in New York, U.S., November 3, 2017. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson - RC1E691B9A00 It looks like Apple CEO Tim Cook is out to embarrass Mark Zuckerberg again. Apple on Wednesday introduced a slew of new privacy controls for iPhone and Mac users — a day after the Facebook CEO was hauled in front of European lawmakers in Brussels to testify about the social network’s data-leaking scandals. Apple’s new “Data and Privacy” site will allow customers to download all the information the iPhone-maker has stored about them, including iTunes and App Store history, as well as Apple ID accounts and iCloud data. Users will be able to visit the site and find clearly labeled instructions to get a copy of the data Apple has collected on them, Apple said. The page also will let users easily deactivate or delete their accounts, which will also delete all of the information from … [Read more...] about Apple reveals new privacy controls for iPhone and Mac users
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Hey, Apple: What will it take to get your kid off the iPhone? Nearly half of parents think regulating kid screen time is a constant battle. Parental controls aren't universally available. Apple can do more. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Nation's Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Edward C. Baig, USA TODAY Published 2:00 a.m. ET April 26, 2018 CLOSE Limit what your child can do on your iPhone. CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE “Get off the darn phone and do your homework!” You may have — and perhaps more often than you’d like — found yourself yelling something similar to your kids. … [Read more...] about Hey, Apple: What will it take to get your kid off the iPhone?