After retaining the #3 spot on the Fortune 500 list for the past two years, in 2018 Apple has dropped one place and now sits at #4 on the list of the top U.S. corporations based on gross revenue. Apple’s displacement on the list came due to Exxon Mobil rising from #4 in 2017 to #2 in 2018.
The full top five spots were Walmart at #1, Exxon Mobil at #2, Berkshire Hathaway at #3, Apple at #4, and UnitedHealth Group at #5. Other technology companies on the list include Amazon at #8, AT&T at #9, Verizon at #16, Alphabet at #22, and Microsoft at #30.
Fortune broke down Apple’s spot on the list, mainly citing the „overall saturation of [...]
Illustration app Procreate today updated its Procreate Pocket iPhone app to version 2.0, which developer Savage describes as „reengineered from the ground up“ and „an entirely new app.“ Procreate Pocket 2 is powered by Silica-M, the same graphics engine that powers Procreate for iPad, as well as Apple’s own Metal technology.
Savage says that with the upgraded technology boost in version 2.0, Procreate Pocket can now create canvases with rich P3 color depth, and users can choose from 136 hand-made brushes that include pencils, inks, wet painting, and digital-only abstract effects. Procreate Pocket also now includes „almost every Procreate [...]
Some third-party calendar apps (Fantastical, for example) allow you to view all your upcoming events as a vertical list. Many users find this sort of viewing mode beats staring at the regular calendar interface, since it provides a quick at-a-glance summary of their entire schedule over the coming days and months.
Fantastical 2 for Mac On the face of it, Apple’s Calendar for macOS lacks an equivalent feature. However, there is one way to force a list view that includes all your events, which we’ve detailed below. The trick even works with iCal going back at least to OS X Mountain Lion, which makes us wonder why Apple doesn’t make the option a bit more [...]
ZDNet reports that a server used by an app for parents to monitor their teenagers‘ phone activity has leaked tens of thousands of login credentials, including the Apple IDs of children.
The leaked data belonged to customers of TeenSafe, a „secure“ monitoring app for iOS and Android that allows parents to view their child’s text messages and location, call history, web browsing history, and installed apps.
The customer database was reportedly stored on two servers hosted by Amazon Web Services, where it remained unprotected and accessible without a password. The discovery was made by a U.K.-based security researcher specializing in public [...]