Apple Revokes FB's enterprise dev certificate

Apple has revoked Facebook’s enterprise developer certificates after sideload violations Posted by appleinsider.com: read full article here By Malcolm Owen Wednesday, January 30, 2019, 08:12 am PT (11:12 am ET) Apple has stopped Facebook from being able to use its internal apps by revoking its enterprise developer certificates, in response to reports the social network ignored…

More about Apple Campus in Cupertino

Apple Campus by David Basulto Originally posted at archdaily.com The city of Cupertino has released more details about the new Apple Campus, revealed back in June. The new documents confirm Foster + Partners as the architects, working with ARUP North America and Kier & Wright, a local civil engineering firm that has worked on Apple’s current campus and buildings for other tech companies (eBay, Nvidia, Cisco,…

Musk encourages Apple

Tesla CEO Elon Musk cast further doubt on Apple’s autonomous car project during the Code Conference in California, reigniting the tension started last year between the two companies. “I think they should have embarked on this project sooner,” Musk said during the interview. “I don’t think they’ll be in production sooner until 2020.” The comment…

Do We Uninstall Windows QuickTime Now?!

Uninstall – Here’s How. PC users who hate Apple have yet another reason to be upset with the tech giant. Apple has reportedly decided to stop updating QuickTime for Windows, putting users of the multimedia software at risk of attack. Two new QuickTime vulnerabilities have been found that open up users to remote attacks, and Apple’s apparent recommendation is that Windows just uninstall…

Apple cofounder "Woz" weighs in on FBI controversy

‘I think Steve would have gone for the privacy’ originally posted at businessinsider.com by Kif Leswing Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak is firmly in support of CEO Tim Cook’s public stance to not help the FBI crack a terrorist’s iPhone. In fact, he believes that Apple cofounder Steve Jobs would’ve taken the same stance. “I think Steve…

Apple Eyes Move Into Original Programming

Apple Eyes Move Into Original Programming originally posted at variety.com by Andrew Wallenstein AP PHOTO/JEFF CHIU   The moment the media and technology industries have been expecting for years may finally be arriving: Apple is exploring getting into the original programming business. Sources indicate the Cupertino, Calif., colossus has held preliminary conversations in recent weeks…

Next iPhone as powerful as MacBook?

Report suggests the next iPhone will get a huge speed bump Originally posted at mashable.com by Ronald Chavezaug IMAGE: CHRISTINA ASCANI/MASHABLE BY RONALD CHAVEZAUG 14, 2015 Each year, September comes, and each year, the iPhone gets faster. But a report and analysis by 9to5Mac points to a significantly speedier and more power-efficient chip for this year’s new…

20 Years Ago – the Digital Camera Revolution

originally posted at goweloveit.info ___________________________________________________________ Apple and Kodak Launched the Digital Camera Revolution Back in Apple’s dark ages — during Steve Jobs’ interregnum in the mid-1990s — the company experimented with some strange products. Everyone remembers the ill-fated Newton PDA, for instance, which was considered ahead of its time. Less memorable was the QuickTake 100, the…

Apple Employees Working On Electric Vehicle

Originally posted by macrumours.com by Juli Clover ______________________________________________ Following up on today’s report suggesting that Apple is recruiting automotive technology and vehicle design experts to work in a secret research lab, The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is developing an electric vehicle. According to the publication’s sources, Apple has hundreds of employees working…