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News: Apple unveils iPhone X with Face ID

Apple concluded today’s fall event with a classic “One more thing…” in honour of Steve Jobs, introducing the new-era-defining iPhone X. Describing it as the device that will shape the next ten years of smartphone technology, in the same way the original iPhone defined the past ten years, the iPhone X includes a 5.8” full front glass “Super Retina” OLED display that comes in at a resolution of 2436 x 1125 and…

News: Apple debuts iPhone 8 and 8 Plus

Apple took the wraps off of the first part of its much-anticipated new iPhone lineup today with the announcement of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The two new iPhones represent direct updates to last year’s iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus models, featuring a similar physical design that changes from an aluminum to a glass back that’s reinforced by aerospace-grade aluminum and steel, representing what Apple claims is the most durable glass…

News: Apple creates mail-in option for iPhone Exchange program

For those waiting on today’s Apple announcement to decide on an upgrade, the company has added a new mail-in option for those interested in the iPhone Upgrade program. Customers who once had to go to an Apple Store to trade up can now “have a Trade-in Kit sent to you and return it by mail,” according to Apple’s updated website. The Trade-in Kit will be sent out after the user’s new iPhone ships and include a prepaid shipping…

News: Firmware reveals details about ‘iPhone X’ 3D sensors, Face ID, internal components and more

Developers have been mining the latest Apple firmware release for every last detail about the new iPhones ahead of tomorrow’s Apple event, and Steve Troughton-Smith claims the much-hyped OLED iPhone will bear the name “iPhone X,” launching alongside an iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus that are skipping the usual “s” cycle naming conventions this time around. KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via MacRumors) also seemed to put another…

News: Apple Events app gets update ahead of Sept. 12 keynote

Apple has updated its Apple TV Events app with a listing for its September 12 event — the first to be held at the new Steve Jobs Theater. As previously reported, at 10 a.m. Pacific time that day Apple is expected to reveal its new iPhones — including the tenth-anniversary iPhone 8/Edition — alongside a new 4K Apple TV and a cellular-capable Apple Watch. Apple TV owners will be able to stream the event through the Events app, and as always…

News: Apple sends out press invites for Sept 12 event at Apple Park

As expected, Apple has sent out media invites for its annual fall event, being held Tuesday, Sept. 12 at 10:00 a.m. in the Steve Jobs Theatre at the company’s new Apple Park campus in Cupertino. As usual, the media invites include a sneak peek at the theme of the event, along with a tagline which this time simply reads “Let’s meet at our place.” Unlike prior media invites, the tagline is most likely just a direct reference…

News: New details, possible photos of iPhone 8’s 3D sensor emerge

In a memo obtained by 9to5Mac, well-respected KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said Apple has a “significant lead” on Qualcomm wjhen it comes to 3D sensors, saying Apple is likely two years ahead of its rival. Qualcomm’s “immature” software and hardware will likely delay the appearance of 3D sensing technology in Android phones and give Apple a rare moment where it is first to market with a new feature. As Bloomberg points out,…

News: iOS 11 beta shows Control Center interface, new swipe gestures; tvOS 11 beta hints at 4K video

New betas have been released for iOS 11, tvOS 11 watchOS 4 and macOS 10, and developer Guilherme Rambo has discovered a couple of gems amid all the bug fixes and minor improvements. In ios 11, Rambo found one video that seems to show off a new swipe-up gesture used to activate the iOS app switcher and another that runs through changes to the lock screen interface. Swiping down brings the lock screen up from anywhere in the operating system, and while…

News: iOS 11 introduces way to prevent Touch ID from opening device with fingerprint

Those testing the iOS 11 public beta have discovered pressing an iPhone or iPad’s lock button five time or opening a Medical ID now disables Touch ID and forces a user to enter their passcode to unlock the device. A source told 9to5Mac that the behavior is intentional, claiming it’s aimed at protecting people who have fallen unconscious from having their fingerprint used to access their private information. However Apple ends up presenting…

News: Report: iPhone 8 facial recognition unlocks in ‘millionths of a second’

The iPhone 8’s facial recognition sensors “can deeply sense a user’s face in the millionths of a second,” The Korea Herald reports. The source claims 3D sensors will be integrated in both the front and rear cameras to provide augmented reality experiences in real time, but provided scant information on how they would work. In an effort to answer that question, The Wall Street Journal points to Apple’s 2013 acquisition of…

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