Exclusive: Apple planning ‘AirTag’ name for Tile-like tracker accessory

We’ve been hearing rumors and seeing evidence about an Apple Tile-like device for tracking personal items. Now, with the release of iOS 13.2, we can confirm that this device will be called “AirTag”. more… The post Exclusive: Apple planning ‘AirTag’ name for Tile-like tracker accessory appeared first on 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac

Apple engineer explains how the incredibly useful Security Code AutoFill feature came to be

One of the most useful new features to come to iOS over the last several years has been Security Code AutoFill. Added in iOS 12, this feature autofills the security code authentication text messages you receive from banks, websites, and more. On Twitter this weekend, an Apple software engineer has offered a fun look at […]

Apple hid a Lightning connector for debugging in the Apple TV 4K’s ethernet port

As it turns out, the Apple TV 4K includes a hidden Lightning port. This discovery was first made on Twitter by Kevin Bradley, better known as nitoTV on Twitter. This could lead to access to the Apple TV 4K’s firmware. more… The post Apple hid a Lightning connector for debugging in the Apple TV 4K’s […]

Apple battling with Facebook for 740,000 sf of office space in Manhattan

Apple is facing some competition as it looks to secure luxury office space in Manhattan. According to a new report from the New York Post, Apple is sparring with Facebook over the office space, but Facebook reportedly holds the edge. more… The post Apple battling with Facebook for 740,000 sf of office space in Manhattan […]

Redesigned Apple Amsterdam arrives October 24 featuring Today at Apple film sessions

Apple’s grandest store in the Netherlands is returning with a renewed purpose on October 24 after months of extensive upgrades and restoration. The redesigned Apple Amsterdam will feature a Forum and video wall for Today at Apple, and a special creative collaboration to celebrate. more… The post Redesigned Apple Amsterdam arrives October 24 featuring Today […]

Apple Card user claims to be victim of fraud despite never using titanium card

Last week we heard from a reader who experienced a fraudulent charge coming from a clone of his Apple Card. It was a good reminder that even with its security focus and lack of printed numbers, the physical Apple Card is just as susceptible to skimming and cloning as any other credit or debit card. […]

The Athletic reverses course on podcasts and submits them to Apple Podcasts and Spotify

A few months ago, I wrote about The Athletic, and I thought it would make a great acquisition target for Apple. When I originally wrote that article, I mentioned that the Athletic had recently launched a podcast section, but they were only available inside of their app and not dedicated podcast apps like Apple Podcasts, […]