• Apple @ Work: What’s new with Apple device management for iOS 18, macOS Sequoia, and more?

    Apple @ Work is exclusively brought to you by Mosyle, the only Apple Unified Platform. Mosyle is the only solution that integrates in a single professional-grade platform all the solutions necessary to seamlessly and automatically deploy, manage & protect Apple devices at work. Over 45,000 organizations trust Mosyle to make millions of Apple devices work-ready with no effort and at an affordable cost. Request your EXTENDED TRIAL today and understand why Mosyle is everything you need to work with Apple. WWDC has come and gone, and we now focus on a summer of unstable beta device usage as we prepare for Apple’s latest iOS, macOS, tvOS, watchOS, and visionOS updates. Of course, with new major versions of Apple’s software come the latest updates to Apple device management. If you manage Apple devices at work, here’s a rundown of what to expect this fall. more…

  • X will soon limit the ability to livestream to Premium subscribers

    There’s been a lot going on at X recently when it comes to attempts to make more money from the platform. After Elon Musk confirmed his plans to introduce a small fee for new users, X has now confirmed that it will soon limit the ability to livestream to Premium subscribers only. more…

  • Developers can now integrate Apple Translate into their iOS apps

    We’ve already written about the Apple Translate app coming to the Apple Watch for the first time with watchOS 11. However, there are also new features coming to Translate on iPhone and iPad. More specifically, there’s a new API available that lets developers integrate Apple’s translation tool into their apps. more…

  • Apple says iOS 18 beta 2 will be released on Monday with two new features

    Apple has confirmed that iOS 18 beta 2 will be available next Monday. That’s exactly two weeks after iOS 18 was announced at WWDC 2024. Notably, Apple has confirmed that there are two new features that will be available in iOS 18 beta 2: iPhone Mirroring and SharePlay screen sharing. more…

  • iPhone 16 Pro: Four new camera features coming this year

    The iPhone 16 Pro lineup will bring new features such as larger displays, a dedicated Capture button, and more. We’re also expecting multiple noticeable improvements to the iPhone 16 Pro and iPhone 16 Pro Max camera hardware. Here are four things to look forward to this year… more…


  • visionOS 2 is a promising update with tons of new features

    Less than five months after Apple Vision Pro launched, Apple has revealed visionOS 2. Here are many of the major changes coming to Apple's spatial computing headset.Vision Pro gets better with visionOS 2 this fallMost of us here at AppleInsider are big fans of Apple Vision Pro. There are a few notable exceptions.Regardless, despite the steep price of admission, visionOS is a fantastic operating system that paints a clear picture of Apple's vision for working in 3D space. Continue Reading on AppleInsider | Discuss on our Forums

  • SharePlay upgrades & iPhone Screen Mirroring coming to the betas on Monday

    Developers will get a first look at Apple's new iPhone Mirroring and SharePlay screen sharing as soon as next week, according to an Apple spokesperson.SharePlay Screen Sharing on an iPadIt was reported earlier that Apple may not release Apple Intelligence and other major operating system changes in the EU, because of Digital Markets Act interoperability mandates.However, Apple will be giving developers a chance to check out two of these new features in an upcoming developer beta, as learned by The Verge. Continue Reading on AppleInsider | Discuss on our Forums

  • Apple Intelligence & iPhone mirroring aren't coming to EU because of the DMA

    Apple isn't releasing Apple Intelligence and other major operating system changes in the EU, because of Digital Markets Act interoperability mandates.An iPhone running Apple Intelligence, in front of the EU flagThe biggest changes in Apple's fall operating system updates include the machine learning-based Apple Intelligence as well as iPhone Mirroring and SharePlay Screen Sharing. While most of the world should get the features in time, Apple says that the EU will miss out on the inbound tech.Two weeks ago, Apple unveiled hundreds of new features that we are excited to bring to our users around the world. We are highly motivated to make these technologies accessible to all users. However, due to the regulatory uncertainties brought about by the Digital Markets Act (DMA), we do not believe that we will be able to roll out three of these features — iPhone Mirroring, SharePlay Screen Sharing enhancements, and Apple Intelligence — to our EU users this year. Specifically, we are concerned that the interoperability requirements of the DMA could force us to compromise the integrity of our products in ways that risk user privacy and data security. We are committed to collaborating with the European Commission in an attempt to find a solution that would enable us to deliver these features to our EU customers without compromising their safety. Continue Reading on AppleInsider | Discuss on our Forums

  • Save up to $650 on Apple's latest 14-inch MacBook Pro with M3 Pro, M3 Max chip

    Steeper discounts are in effect on Apple's current 14-inch MacBook Pro, with every M3 Pro and M3 Max configuration up to $650 off. Plus, grab a bonus discount on three years of AppleCare with coupon.Save on Apple's latest 14-inch MacBook Pro.We're tracking fresh price drops on Apple's 14-inch MacBook Pro, with savings of up to $650 off thanks to instant rebates stacked with promo code APINSIDER at Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama.Use code APINSIDER Continue Reading on AppleInsider

  • There's a new classic arcade game streaming service coming to iPhone

    Subscription games service Antstream Arcade is about to bring its catalog of over 1,300 retro titles to the iPhone for a low monthly fee.Retro games are coming to the iPhone (Source: Antstream Arcade)In January 2024, Apple dropped its previous stringent App Store requirements that meant companies could not stream whole libraries games to the iPhone. It was part of Apple's response to requirements by the European Union for it to be more open to rivals.Now Antstream Arcade, which has previously been on many platforms including that of Epic Games, will be available on iOS. Continue Reading on AppleInsider | Discuss on our Forums


  • The fight over Fisker’s assets is already heating up

    Fisker is just a few days into its Chapter 11 bankruptcy, and the fight over its assets is already charged, with one lawyer claiming the startup has been liquidating assets “outside the court’s supervision.” At issue is the relationship between Fisker and its largest secured lender, Heights Capital Management, an affiliate of financial services company © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

  • Hacker claims to have 30 million customer records from Australian ticket seller giant TEG

    A hacker is advertising customer data allegedly stolen from the Australia-based live events and ticketing company TEG on a well-known hacking forum. On Thursday, a hacker put up for sale the alleged stolen data from TEG, claiming to have information of 30 million users, including the full name, gender, date of birth, username, hashed passwords © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

  • Tesla makes Musk best-paid CEO of all time and Fisker bites the dust

    Welcome to Startups Weekly — Haje‘s weekly recap of everything you can’t miss from the world of startups. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every Friday. Elon Musk just convinced Tesla shareholders to approve his $56 billion pay package, making him the highest-paid CEO in history — assuming he can dodge a © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

  • Dot’s AI really, really wants to get to know you

    Dot is a new AI companion and chatbot that thrives on getting to know your innermost thoughts and feelings. © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.

  • E-fuels startup Aether Fuels is raising $34.3 million, per filing

    The e-fuels startup is working on producing fuel for aviation and maritime shipping using carbon dioxide and other waste carbon streams. © 2024 TechCrunch. All rights reserved. For personal use only.