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WWDC 2017: iOS 11 features Apple didn't have time to announce

Apple on Monday announced a laundry list of new products and software upgrades, including the next version of its mobile OS, iOS 11. Various executives took to the WWDC stage and sped through the announcement, highlighting key features iPhone and iPad users will gain later this year when iOS 11 ...

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WWDC 2017: Apple leaks details of file manager app iOS 11

Hours before the WWDC 2017 kickoff, a file manager app for iOS 11 briefly appeared in Apple’s App Store. See also: Surface Pro (2017) vs. Surface Pro 4: Tech specs and key differences The app, called Files, was spotted by developer Steve Troughton-Smith before it was taken down. There’s not ...

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Apple developing dedicated AI chip for iPhone, iPad: Report

CNET/CBS Interactive Apple is developing a dedicated artificial intelligence chip to offload tasks like speech recognition and facial recognition on its mobile devices, according to Bloomberg. The chip internally known as Apple Neural Engine could help improve battery life and overall performance, the report said. Apple is looking to include ...

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With one small tweak, the iPad could replace the laptop

CNET/CBS Interactive While 2-in-1 and convertible PC sales are on the rise, the iPad is floundering. And yet in many ways, the iPad — particularly the high-end iPad Pro — is a far superior machine to most enterprise laptops out there. What’s the missing ingredient? See also: Microsoft should have ...

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iOS 10: Pro tips and tricks

Uncover some of the cool new features hidden in the latest iOS 10 updates. Here is a quick rundown of some of the new features contained in the latest iOS 10 updates that you might have missed. While most of these features should be available on all devices that support ...

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Tim Cook: iPhone rumors are dampening sales

Apple’s earnings conference call offers up some interesting tidbits about how the company operates. Here are five noteworthy statements made by Tim Cook during Apple’s Q2 2017 earnings conference call. Must read: Just how bad were those iPhone sales? #1: Apple Watch and AirPods are big business (literally) “Building on ...

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