Stop Worrying About Apple’s New FaceID Apparent “Fail”

During Apple’s Keynote last week, the company showed off its new FaceID feature on the brand new iPhone X. The unveiling couldn’t have gone without some sort of controversy. Here’s everything you need to know and why not to worry about it.

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What to Expect from Apple’s Keynote Later Today

The day has finally come for Apple to show the world what it has been working on for the last year. The Keynote is expected to be packed full of new products, and a radically new iPhone. Here’s what you need to know.

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Apple Confirms September 12th Event, Hints towards iPhone 8

Last Thursday, Apple officially sent out invites to the press for a September 12th keynote. The keynote has been rumored for months, and it is now officially confirmed. Here’s everything you need to know.

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A Long Awaited Feature Could Be Coming to the Apple Watch

The third-generation Apple Watch is expected to be announced this fall alongside the new iPhone. New rumors are beginning to surface, and a long awaited feature could finally make it into the Apple Watch. Here’s what you need to know.

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Is Apple Poised to Kill Off Another One of Its Products?

Rumors have been swirling over the release of Apple’s next iPhone later in September. Some rumors, which appear to be accurate, are pointing towards a number of changes. Recent rumors are now pointing towards a major change, that many did not see coming. Here’s what you need to know.

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iPhone 8 Design Revealed

Last week Apple released an early version of its firmware for its new HomePod home speaker that will be going on sale at the end of the year. Buried deep in the firmware was a hidden image of the iPhone 8 that many have been interested in. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Attention: First-Generation Apple Watch Owners

Apple has always been known to produce and sell products that have out-standing quality. Sometimes, however, weird and unanticipated hardware quirks can cause issues for consumers, causing Apple to own up. That’s what appears to be happening with the first-generation Apple Watch. Here is all you need to know.

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Apple’s New iMac Pro: Another Possible Failure to Capture the Professional Market

Last week, Apple released a teaser video for its upcoming release of its “iMac Pro” later this year sometime in December. The teaser video was aired at the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) that is geared towards showing what software plans the company has in an effort to give developers hands-on training and time to prepare their work for the public release of software updates this fall. However, this year was different as the Apple did announce new operating systems for all of its products, but there was also a major focus on hardware upgrades as well. That focus on hardware was shown with the announcement of the “iMac Pro,” as Apple is calling it.

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New Rumors on the iPhone 8

Last Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook blamed the slow in iPhone sales on the rumors of the next iPhone. Now, it is true that many are holding off on buying a new iPhone until the next iPhone is announced as it is expected to be a major upgrade. It won’t be months until an official announcement by Apple, but we already have a pretty good idea of what the phone will be like.

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The Next iPhone Won’t Have a USB-C Port, but The Charging Cable Very Well Could

Last week, The Wall Street Journal released a report that stated the next iPhone would drop its Lightning connector for USB-C. The report, written in a confusing manner and has caused mass confusion consumers. The new iPhone most likely won’t drop its Lightning port for USB-C, but the charging cable might do just that.

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Apple Could Have a Major MacBook Pro Overhaul in the Near Future

A new report that was first reported by Bloomberg claims that the new MacBook Pro that has been rumored for some time is in the works. According to people with “first-hand knowledge” of the update claim that it will bring major new changes, but it could take a little longer than expected.  

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