Apple’s ongoing struggles in India have been scrutinized repeatedly over the past few years, and today a new report by Bloomberg has looked into Apple’s plan to stay afloat in what’s considered the world’s „fastest-growing smartphone market.“
In an effort to revamp the company’s presence in India, Apple CEO Tim Cook is believed to be working behind-the-scenes to „remold Apple’s failing India strategy,“ according to both current and former Apple employees. This plan was kicked off when Apple executive Michel Coulomb began overseeing the company’s India strategy at the end of 2017.
According to the [...]
Twitter today announced several changes to the desktop and mobile Twitter experience to make relevant breaking news, events, and stories easier to discover.
Going forward, the Explore section of Twitter will be organized using topic tags so users can more quickly see what’s happening in news and entertainment and what’s most relevant to them.
Twitter is also improving search with related news, events, or stories that are listed at the top of search results when you search for something.
Twitter’s „Happening now“ timeline that was introduced last year for sports is being expanded to include breaking and personalized news, with [...]
Apple this week introduced the latest version of the operating system that runs on the Mac, macOS. macOS Mojave is Apple’s first deviation from mountain-based naming in four years, and the update, with its new name, brings some major changes to the Mac lineup.
We went hands-on with macOS Mojave to check out all of the new features, which range from changes to the desktop and Finder to a systemwide dark mode.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. According to Apple, macOS Mojave’s new dark mode was inspired by the desert at night. An extension of the dark theme introduced in earlier version of macOS, the new dark mode is systemwide [...]
Apple today introduced iOS 12 with a whole slew of updates, ranging from improvements to Do Not Disturb to a whole new activity monitoring system that tracks how much time you spend on your iPhone or iPad.
There are also new „Memoji,“ aka personalized Animojis, there’s support for Group FaceTime, and there were tons of other changes covered in the keynote event. But in addition to all of these new features, there are dozens of smaller tweaks that Apple didn’t cover in its iOS 12 announcement.
Below, we’ve rounded up a list of new, lesser-known or „hidden“ features in the new iOS 12 operating system update.