Apple

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Apple is one of the Big Tech companies that specializes in computer software and electronics. Apple is all about its flagship devices — iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, Apple Watches etc. Here we gather all the Apple company-related news and publications. The Cupertino Company’s fans will get the best digest about the technology giant’s daily routine, current developments, and future projects.

Apple Has Officially Announced the Date for Its "Spring Loaded" Presentation

The event may include the announcement of a new generation of iPad Pro and iPad mini tablets, AirPods, the long-awaited AirTag tracker, iMac and Mac Pro computers, MacBook Pro laptops, and next-generation Apple TV.

Siri Will No Longer Default to a Female or Male Voice in iOS

Apple brought new people to work with voices and then ran them through its neural text-to-speech engine that sounds more natural, with better intonation and smoother transitions between different words.

Apple's WWDC 2021 Will Run From June 7 to 11 as an Online Event

Thanks to the online format of the event, the entire global developer community will have the opportunity to learn about new technologies, tools and frameworks, as well as about new ways of interacting with Apple engineers and designers.
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Handy Tips: How to Prevent Sites From Tracking Your Location on iPhone and Mac

Many sites and services request information about the user's geolocation when users visit them. This not only gives out your location for the necessary and unnecessary resources, but also drains your smartphone's battery on GPS.

Apple Loses Bid to Stop Swatch From Using Steve Jobs' Famous Cue

"One more thing" cue has been associated with Apple for 20 years. The American company thinks it's unfair that the Swiss watchmaker Swatch will now own the One More Thing trademark.
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Apple Releases Security Updates Following Critical System Vulnerability

According to Apple, the vulnerability discovered by security researchers from Google Project Zero could be "actively exploited" by hackers. The bug was found in the WebKit browser engine, which is the basis of the Safari browser on all Apple devices.
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Here's How Apple Allows Developers to Bypass Its App Store Rules

Apple responded to a complaint from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) and said that developers and users can bypass App Store requirements by using web applications.

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