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The most significant Google Pixel news no one's noticing

Google's Pixel Fold, Pixel Tablet, and Pixel 7a are taking center stage this week — but another Pixel product holds the most pressing pivot of all.

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Apple Q2 results beat estimates, set records, but guidance is flat

For its second fiscal quarter, Apple saw solid iPhone sales, with services and emerging markets two other bright spots. But Mac and iPad sales dipped, and wearables seemed flat.


Apple, Google team up to tackle Bluetooth tracker-stalking terror

Android users will soon be able to tell whether they're being tracked by an Apple AirTag device as Google and Apple have joined forces to combat stalking.

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Apple's inexorable plan to replace retail banking

As GoDaddy signs up to offer Tap To Pay, it's time to look at Apple's $20 trillion opportunity in retail banking.

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Apple wants to be the platform of choice for small business

Apple continues to extend its reach into business and has published an all-new small business website to mark National Small Business Week.

Apple wins ‘resounding victory’ against Epic Games

Apple has won the latest round in the App Store battle against Epic Games. While the decision means it will likely be forced to make some changes, it may hold out on others.

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Jamf debuts sophisticated security protection for executive iPhones

Aimed at executives, journalists, governments and other high value targets, Jamf Executive Threat Protection uses system logs and other data to identify if and when devices are attacked.

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Security researchers uncover NSO Group iPhone attacks in Europe

Researchers at Jamf Threat Labs have identified additional attacks against iPhones used by human rights activists and journalists in the Middle East and Europe, including one working for a global news agency.

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How will Apple help IT manage third-party app stores?

Apple at WWDC may confirm a dramatic change to how it runs app purchasing on iPhones by permitting users to download apps from third-party stores.

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Apple’s new patent hints at powerful video collaboration tools

A newly published Apple patent describes numerous ways Apple may plan to improve collaboration on its systems, including interesting new gesture controls.

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Yet more digital spies targeting iPhones exposed by security researchers

Just weeks after President Biden signed an executive order to prevent the US from purchasing commercial spyware used to subvert democracies, researchers have identified another shameful zero-click, zero-day exploit targeting iPhone...

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Should we do more business with our iPhones?

While iPhones are seeing increasing use across the enterprise, most people aren’t getting as much as they can out of using the devices.

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What’s new for IT in the latest Mac, iPhone, and iPad updates?

The latest patches shouldn’t be judged by the dozens of new emoji they include; they also carry significant tweaks for IT admins managing fleets of devices.


What is Web Push for Web Apps on iPhone and iPad?

As anticipated, Apple introduced support for Web Push on iOS and iPadOS with iOS 16.4. What is it and how can it benefit you, or your business?

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Russia’s iPhone ban and the digital supply chain

The Kremlin has ordered officials to stop using iPhones because they fear the devices may be vulnerable to Western intelligence agencies.

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Will Apple switch the iPhone to eSIM-only everywhere by ’24?

Since the iPhone 14, Apple only sells smartphones with eSIM support in the US. At least one analyst now thinks Apple will extend this to Europe and developed Asian markets by 2024.

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Apple's Clean Energy Charging is the future of electronics

Clean Energy Charging is not a conspiracy to reduce the speed or efficiency of charging when you plug your iPhone in. It is how most future electronics will consume power — frugally where possible, and off-peak when available.

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Why you should use Apple’s Rapid Security Response

A new Apple feature called Rapid Security Response is aimed at bolstering security for iPhone, iPad and Mac users. Here's what it does and why you should use it.

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