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The Amazon Kindle eBook reader app for iOS devices has received an update that brings a number of new features.
Epic Games’ Fortnite has already earned over $1.5 million in worldwide in-app purchases.
When you connect to trusted computers, you can sync with your device, back it up to the computer, and access content on the iOS device.
The Microsoft Edge web browser is rolling out to the iPad. The beta release follows the iPhone release for the browser in November.
Apple is reportedly working on developing its own MicroLED displays for use in future devices, replacing Samsung’s OLED screens.
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Google announced on Thursday that its AI-powered Google Lens visual search feature is rolling out to the iOS version of the Google Photos app.
Users in Iran have lost access to Apple’s App Store. Iranian residents have lost the ability to connect to and download apps from the Store.
The second and final day of Trend Micro’s Pwn2Own 2018 saw Apple’s Safari browser exploited twice.
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iPhone 8 Plus Production at Apple Partner Wistron Allegedly Suspended Over Use of ‘Unauthorized Components’
A Thursday report claims Apple ordered assembly partner Wistron to suspend iPhone 8 Plus assembly for two weeks, due to the alleged use of “unauthorized components.”