Apple on Saturday posted two new videos on its YouTube channel join in the celebration of Autism Acceptance Month. The two videos feature a young man with autism named Dillan, who is both autistic and non-verbal, as he uses an iPad to communicate with others.
It looks as if the ongoing battle between the Department of Justice and Apple over a court order that would require the Cupertino firm to help the FBI unlock an iPhone belonging to San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook has come to an end.
Apple is working on an unscripted television show that will “spotlight the app economy.” The New York Times reports the Cupertino firm is working with Will.i.am and TV executives Ben Silverman and Howard T. Owens on the new series.
Apple will be expanding Apple Pay to allow iOS users to make online purchases via their device’s Safari browser. Currently Apple Pay is only available for purchases at physical stores, and in third-party apps that support the service.
Apple’s “Let Us Loop You In” event from Monday is now available for viewing in its entirety on YouTube. The event saw Apple debut the new 4-inch iPhone SE, a 9.7-inch iPad Pro, and variety of new Apple Watch bands.
Apple is reportedly in talks to buy longtime graphics chip partner Imagination Technologies, the creator of the PowerVR graphics technology used in every A-Series chips since the debut of the iPhone 4.
A federal judge has agreed to vacate a hearing scheduled for tomorrow between the Department of Justice and Apple over unlocking an iPhone 5c used by San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook. The DoJ requested the hearing be vacated, after it says an outside party has come forward with a method of unlocking the device that doesn’t require any cooperation from Apple.