Showrunner for Upcoming 'Amazing Stories' Series Exits After Apple Requests Family Friendly Content

Bryan Fuller, who was set to serve as showrunner on Apple’s upcoming “Amazing Stories” reboot has opted to cut ties with Apple over creative differences, reports The Hollywood Reporter. Fuller is said to have wanted to turn “Amazing Stories” into a Black Mirror-style show, while Apple is aiming for a more family friendly series. “Amazing …

Showrunner for Upcoming 'Amazing Stories' Series Exits After Apple Requests Family Friendly ContentRead More »

iTunes Chief Eddy Cue Says Apple Will Share Details on its TV Plans in 'a Little Bit of Time'

Apple iTunes chief Eddy Cue today spoke at Variety’s 2018 Pollstar Live event in Los Angeles, California, where he discussed Apple Music and the Music Business with Variety Executive Music Editor Shirley Halperin. Cue’s talk wasn’t streamed live for viewers at home to watch, but several attendees shared Cue’s major talking points on Twitter. Image …

iTunes Chief Eddy Cue Says Apple Will Share Details on its TV Plans in 'a Little Bit of Time'Read More »

Here Are 150+ New Emoji Coming to iPhones and iPads Later This Year

The Unicode Consortium today announced it has finalized a new set of 157 emoji that companies like Apple will be able to implement later this year. There are actually only 77 new emoji in total, as some have multiple skin tones. Jeremy Burge, who runs the popular emoji-themed website Emojipedia, has shared sample images of …

Here Are 150+ New Emoji Coming to iPhones and iPads Later This YearRead More »

Apple to Offer Presentation on ARKit at This Year's Game Developers Conference

Apple will be hosting a session at this year’s Game Developers Conference for the first time, offering an introduction to ARKit, its augmented reality platform for developers. The session will be presented by Michael Kuhn, who leads Apple’s ARKit engineering team. Entitled “Introduction to Apple’s ARKit: Best practices and recent updates,” the talk will cover …

Apple to Offer Presentation on ARKit at This Year's Game Developers ConferenceRead More »

Snapchat Announces Live Feature for Major Events Coverage, Starting With 2018 Winter Olympics

Snap Inc. today announced an all-new Live feature that will allow users of the iOS and Android apps to stream key snippets of major televised events, the first partner being NBCUniversal in time for the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in PyeongChang. Beginning this Saturday, February 10, Snapchat users will see these live streams of the …

Snapchat Announces Live Feature for Major Events Coverage, Starting With 2018 Winter OlympicsRead More »

Apple Releases Second Beta of iOS 11.3 for Public Beta Testers With New Battery Health Feature

Apple today released the second public beta of an upcoming iOS 11.3 update to its public beta testing group, one day after seeding the second beta to developers and two weeks after releasing the first public beta. Beta testers who are members of Apple’s beta testing program will receive the new iOS 11.3 beta update …

Apple Releases Second Beta of iOS 11.3 for Public Beta Testers With New Battery Health FeatureRead More »

Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 49 With Bug Fixes and Feature Improvements

Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced almost two years ago in March of 2016. Apple designed the Safari Technology Preview to test features that may be introduced into future release versions of Safari. Safari Technology Preview release 49 includes bug fixes and feature improvements for …

Apple Releases Safari Technology Preview 49 With Bug Fixes and Feature ImprovementsRead More »

Apple Explains Why Power Management Features Were Introduced in January 2017 But Not Disclosed Until February 2017

iOS 10.2.1, introduced on January 23, 2017, has become one of Apple’s most infamous iOS updates as it marked the introduction of power management features that slow down older iPhones with degraded batteries. Apple introduced the update, and designed the power management features, to fix unexpected shutdowns that were impacting iPhone 6 and 6s devices. …

Apple Explains Why Power Management Features Were Introduced in January 2017 But Not Disclosed Until February 2017Read More »

Apple Considering Offering Rebates to Customers Who Purchased Full-Price iPhone Batteries

Apple is considering providing rebates to customers who purchased full-price iPhones before its reduced-cost $29 battery replacements were made available, reports Recode. Apple confirmed that it is exploring the option following an inquiry from U.S. Senator John Thune, who asked whether Apple would offer rebates to customers who had already purchased new batteries at higher …

Apple Considering Offering Rebates to Customers Who Purchased Full-Price iPhone BatteriesRead More »