After releasing the sixth beta last week, Apple today released the seventh build of macOS High Sierra 10.13.4 for testing on the Mac. To install the build, head over to the “Updates” tab in the App Store and check for updates. There, you’ll find the new
Apple’s introduced numerous PRODUCT(RED) accessories and devices in the past, and now, a new rumor suggests they’ll continue the tradition with its flagship smartphone. According to an unverified source who spoke to OnLeaks, Apple will unveil a PRODUCT(RED) iPhone X before long. It isn’t clear
Microsoft has begun rolling out a new update to its Edge browser for mobile that includes support for Apple’s iPads and Android tablets. The update was initially previewed with beta users of the app on the iPad and is now beginning to roll out to
Apple’s upcoming iPad will compete in the same market.
A new prediction from RBC’s Amit Daryanani attempts to claim how much Apple’s next generation of iPhones will cost. According to RBC (via Kif Leswing and 9to5Mac), the next-gen iPhone X with a 5.8-inch OLED screen will start at $899 instead of its current $999 price. That’s because
All part of Apple’s big push for original content.