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Apple sending user browsing data to Chinese company Tencent - 9to5Mac Apple has found itself embroiled in yet another China-related controversy, as it appears to be sending user browsing data to Tencent, a Chinese company. That data includes the website visited and the IP address of the iOS user.
IPhone SE 2 will be Apple's most affordable smartphone to date Apple's second-generation iPhone SE 2 will be its most affordable smartphone yet, according to one reliable analyst. The upcoming device, which is expected to look like iPhone 8 and be powered by Apple's new A13 Bionic chip, is expected to cost less than $400 when it goes on sale in early 2020.
Apple Sending User Data to Chinese Company for Fraudulent Website Warnings in Safari Apple's Fraudulent Website Warning feature in Safari for iOS and Mac has come under scrutiny for using Chinese internet giant Tencent as one of its Safe Browsing providers.
Apple Show 'See' Featured in Emmy Magazine With Free Three Month Apple TV+ Trial Offer Emmy Magazine is offering readers a behind-the-scenes look at Apple's new drama "See," as well as a free three-month trial of the upcoming Apple TV+ streaming service, which launches on November 1.
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.
'iPhone SE 2' with A13 will cost $399 says Ming-Chi Kuo Ming-Chi Kuo is telling investors that Apple's rumored "iPhone SE 2" will arrive in the first calendar quarter of 2020, at a bargain price. In a note seen by AppleInsider, Ming-Chi Kuo of TF Securities is predicting specifically what the "iPhone SE 2" will include.
Kuo: iPhone SE 2 Launching in Q1 2020 with A13 at $399 Price Apple is planning on releasing an iPhone SE 2 in the first quarter of 2020 and starting at a $399 price point, according to the latest research report from reliable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo goes into more detail about the expected specs of the so called "âiPhone SEâ 2" in the latest research note obtained by MacRumors.
Review: Anker PowerPort III Nano is the charger Apple should've shipped with the iPhone 11 Pro Apple's switching to a USB-C charging plug for the iPhone 11 Pro is welcome news, but that charger is large. In comparison, the new Anker PowerPort III Nano makes for a compact USB-C charger that can charge up all your mobile gear with the smallest footprint.
Apple Card user claims to be victim of fraud despite never using titanium card Could there be a bigger security issue for Apple Card than skimming? 9to5Mac reader Larry shared today that he had to deal with a fraudulent Apple Card charge that happened in Chicago while he lives on the West Coast.
The best Catalina, Catalyst and nap apps this week This week we check the weather, take a nap, edit photos on our Macs using Apple Pencil, and enjoy Catalina's Catalyst apps. Photo editor Pixelmator Pro got a nice juicy update in time for macOS Catalina. The best new feature is support for Sidecar, the Catalina feature that lets you use your iPad as a wireless display for your Mac.
MacOS Server 5.9 Adds new restrictions, payloads, and commands for Profile Manager and now requires macOS 10.15 Catalina or later.
CleanMyMac X 4.5 Brings support for macOS 10.15 Catalina and adds instant notifications about malware threats.
Things 3.10 Adds full compatibility with macOS 10.15 Catalina and removes support for 10.11 El Capitan and 10.12 Sierra.
Review: iFrogz Airtime Pro wireless earbuds are a solid alternative if you can't wear AirPods New Airtime Pro wireless earbuds from iFrogz offers a lower cost alternative to Apple's AirPods, and one that may fit some people's ears better. Utah-based iFrogz has come out with the Airtime Pro wireless earbuds, an upgraded version of their former Airtime earbuds.
IPhone 11's Deep Fusion Camera: Is This All There Is? Everyone cares about getting better cameras on their smartphone. But what happens when the improvements aren't so obvious to the naked eye?
All the new games that have been added to Apple Arcade Apple Arcade launched in September of this year, bringing with it dozens upon dozens of new games, including many new games that are added regularly. Here's a list of all the games released post-launch so far.
Editorial: No, the new 2019 Mac Pro isn't a fairy tale come true After years of frustratedly waiting in the dark and suffering through some painful periods of construction work, the new 2019 Mac Pro appears to finally deliver above and beyond what even the most optimistic had hoped for.
This week's top stories: macOS Catalina release, Apple AR headset, Instagram Dark Mode, more In this week's top stories: macOS Catalina launches to the public, Instagram adds Dark Mode support, Apple AR headset in 2020, and more. Read on for all of this week's biggest news. After a summer of beta testing, Apple this week released macOS Catalina to the public.
Crime blotter: Accused robber shot and killed at Dallas Apple Store Million-dollar iPhone ring theft busted, and Apple Store thefts throughout the U.S. and Canada. The latest in an occasional AppleInsider series, looking at the world of Apple-related crime. Thefts at Apple Store locations happen often, but they don't usually lead to a fatality.
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The Athletic submits its podcasts to Apple Podcasts and Spotify - 9to5Mac The Athletic has reversed its podcast strategy and now includes select episodes in Apple Podcasts and Spotify as a free download.
Today in Apple history: Bono's Red iPod nano fights HIV/AIDS October 13, 2006: Apple launches its limited-edition iPod nano Red Special Edition music player, with 10% of profits going to fight AIDS in Africa. Created in association with U2 lead singer Bono and activist / attorney Bobby Shriver, it's the first of many Apple philanthropic products.
Apple TV+ promotes 'See' with personalized free trial offer Subscribers to Emmy Magazine this month get behind the scenes details of the new drama "See," plus a full-page ad offering them a free three-month trial by name. As the November 1 launch of Apple TV+ gets closer, its dramas are increasingly being featured and promoted.
Apple Reportedly Told Apple TV+ Show Creators to Avoid Angering China In the same week that Apple's decision to pull a Hong Kong protest app from the App Store drew heavy criticism, a new report from BuzzFeed News claims the company has asked Apple TV+ show runners to avoid negative depictions of China.
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