If you use Apple devices, the company has its own chain of trust that allows you to use multiple devices in concert. Each link of this chain is carefully designed to ensure its reliability, and each link also enhances other links in the chain. This can seem complex, but when you break it down into its component parts, it's a lot easier to understand.
In most cases, you don't need to know how all these elements work together, but it can be good to be aware of how Apple ensures the security of your devices, your accounts, and even your payment methods.
Since I started using Apple Arcade, I've found that some of the games' aesthetics, soundtracks or tactile nature make them particularly relaxing. Others are great for kids, while more provide the perfect mystery or puzzle experience. Often, all these experiences and more are rolled into one game.
Here are some of the best games on Apple Arcade so far that will tap into that part of your brain that's still nostalgic for the early days of video gaming -- just on a more updated platform.
The MyGut app creates a picture of a patient’s journey with Crohn’s or colitis as they track symptoms and activities on a daily basis. It also provides a means to capture and share information with healthcare providers, helping patients manage their health and wellness on a daily basis.
Apple today reminded developers that new apps and app updates will not be accepted through App Store Connect from Monday, December 23 through Friday, December 27.
In a statement, Apple stressed "we have not made any changes to Apple Maps regarding Crimea outside of Russia.
"We review international law as well as relevant US and other domestic laws before making a determination in labelling on our Maps and make changes if required by law."
Apple added it as a result of its review of how disputed borders are handled, it might make more changes in the future.
During a broadcast on BBC Thursday, meteorologist Tomasz Schafernaker was presenting the weather and describing snowy conditions in parts of the U.S. Midwest, when Siri on his Apple Watch chimed in to say that there was no snow in the forecast.
Intel Corp sold its smartphone modem chip business to Apple at "a multi-billion dollar loss," the U.S. chipmaker said in a court filing on Friday, alleging that rival Qualcomm forced it out of the market.
Intel made the claims in a brief filed with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, where Qualcomm is seeking to overturn a sweeping antitrust decision against it after losing a lawsuit by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. Intel, whose executives testified at the trial, argued on Friday that the ruling should stand. Appeal proceedings are expected to begin in January.