Hideo Kojima at Apple Conference; His Games Coming to macOS
Agnes Adamus, 05 June 2023, 23:55
At WWDC 2023, Apple announced that macOS Sonoma will receive Game Mode. Interestingly, Hideo Kojima himself appeared during the presentation of the mode.
Epic Games Reconciles With Apple? Tim Sweeney Suggests Big Comeback
Jakub Tarchala, 03 January 2023, 15:34
After the grueling court affair between Epic Games and Apple, the two sides have not been particularly solicitous. Out of nowhere, however, Tim Sweeney seems to have restored hopes for the return of Fortnite on iOS.
Roblox Devs Back Apple in War With Epic; iOS Ecosystem as Security Guarantee
Patrick Kubiak, 02 April 2022, 17:03
It looks like Epic Games' dispute with Apple will continue. The parties engage more soldiers. Roblox Corporation has just taken the side of the Cupertino giant.
Apple Gains Time in Epic Games Trial
Jacob Blazewicz, 09 December 2021, 00:13
Apple doesn't have to rush to implement support for third-party links and payments. Court of appeal has suspended the execution of September's injunction, which was planned for tomorrow.
Apple Resists Ruling in Epic Case; New Verdict
Jacob Blazewicz, 10 November 2021, 22:51
Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has rejected Apple's request that it hold off on introducing links and third-party payments in the App Store following the Epic Games ruling.
Apple-1 Expected to be Auctioned Off For $600 Thousand
Bartlomiej Sagan, 09 November 2021, 14:21
Apple-1, the first ever computer created by the company sporting the bitten apple logo, is getting auctioned. An acution will take place today, during which you can bid for this technological white raven.
MacBook Pro - New Laptops With Plenty of Connectors and Notch
Darius Matusiak, 18 October 2021, 21:44
New MacBook Pro laptop models dominated Apple's October conference. As usual, they're faster, more powerful, and slightly more expensive. The highly anticipated upgrades are back, but there's a new... notch!
Apple Made More Money on Games Than Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo Combined
Michal Ciezadlik, 05 October 2021, 16:43
Apple doesn't make video games, and yet it makes the most money on them in the global market. All thanks to the App Store, which provides the company with large profits.
EU Could Force Apple to Use USB-C on iPhones From 2024 [UPDATED]
GRG, 24 September 2021, 11:56
The European Union may soon force Apple to introduce USB-C in iPhones. Draft regulations for a standarized charger will be unveiled tomorrow.
Fortnite Blacklisted by Apple; Tim Sweeney Protests
Jacob Blazewicz, 23 September 2021, 13:48
Fortnite won't be returning to Apple devices anytime soon, maybe even for the next few years. Apple has blacklisted the title, as Epic Games' Tim Sweeney reported with regret.
Epic Games vs. Apple; Court Rules on App Store Transactions
Hubert Sledziewski, 11 September 2021, 20:25
A court decision has been made in the battle between Apple and Epic Games, judging that apps available on the App Store may allow purchases bypassing the platform's payment system.
Apple Will Track Our Movements to Save Energy
Pingwin, 02 September 2021, 10:31
Both cameras and data from other Apple hardware will be used to detect if we are using the device at any given time.
Chip Shortages Affect All Companies Except One
Piotr Konopnicki, 26 August 2021, 11:56
The chip deficit continues and there is no indication that this situation will end anytime soon. Apple as it seems is immune to the problems for now.
Xiaomi on Its Way to the Smartphone Throne - Only Samsung Left to Beat
Adrian Werner, 02 August 2021, 16:17
Samsung remained the leader of the smartphone market in the second quarter of this year. Xiaomi however, breaths down its neck, having already overtaken Apple.
Apple Co-founder's Job Application Sold For $340 Thousand
Martin Nothing, 30 July 2021, 21:56
Steve Jobs' first job application went up for auction for the fourth time and reached a record amount. An NFT version was also put up for sale, but it did not have the success of the paper original.
Corporations Will Introduce Mandatory Vaccinations for Employees
Michal Ciezadlik, 29 July 2021, 14:41
Stationary employees at Google and Facebook will have to get a mandatory vaccination if they want to return to work on the companies' campuses and offices.
Facebook Has a Problem - Ad Revenue Could Drop as People Don't Want to be Tracked
Arkadiusz Strzala, 15 July 2021, 17:30
Mark Zuckerberg may not be happy with the changes in the new version of iOS. After the June update, Facebook's ad revenue may drop significantly. The reason is the lack of consent of users to track their online activities.
Android Sends 20 Times More of Your Data Than iPhone
Arkadiusz Strzala, 01 April 2021, 15:23
Google can collect up to 20 times more data than Apple. That's according to a controversial study published by a researcher at a Dublin university.
Apple's M1 CPU Bested Intel Core i7-11700K in Benchmark
Jacob Blazewicz, 26 March 2021, 16:45
Some interesting CPU test results have appeared on Passmark's website. The Apple M1, known mostly from Mac laptops, won against the i7-11700K in single-core performance.
Apple Yields to Russia, Will Install Government-approved Apps
Witold Ciemierz, 18 March 2021, 12:01
Apple has agreed to pre-install software approved by the Russian government on its hardware. The new rules set by the country's Ministry of Digitization will take effect next month.
Google Play Cuts Revenue Share, Tim Sweeney Criticizes
Filip Wegrzyn, 17 March 2021, 13:43
Google, following Apple, is cutting the commission for developers submitting apps to Google Play store by half. Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic Games, is not happy with this decision.
Epic Games and Apple Will Meet in Court Soon
Karol Laska, 02 March 2021, 20:20
The conflict between Epic Games and Apple will soon move to a California court. The companies will meet in court in May in order to clarify all past financial inaccuracies.
Facebook Ad Advertises User Tracking
Arkadiusz Strzala, 01 March 2021, 14:03
Facebook has released an ad video that attempts to warm up the image of ad tracking. It is mainly aimed at Apple device users and related to the introduction of App Tracking Transparency.
Court Orders Valve to Give Apple Its Data
Karol Laska, 25 February 2021, 19:35
Epic Games' conflict with Apple has temporarily turned into a dispute between Apple and Valve. What's more, Gabe Newell's side is losing this clash, as a California court has obliged it to hand over data on 436 games available on Steam.
New Malware Detected on 30K Apple Computers
Bart Swiatek, 23 February 2021, 16:04
Experts from one of the cyber security companies detected a new malware dedicated to Macs, which they called Silver Sparrow. The malware in question has already infected nearly 30,000 computers.
Valve Refuses to Give Apple Steam Data Against Epic Games
Jacob Blazewicz, 19 February 2021, 18:09
Valve rejected a request from Apple for Steam data. These would have helped in the fight between the Californian company and Epic Games. However, the platform's owner believes that Apple's demands are by no means as modest as the company portrays.
Apple Hires Specialists to Work on 6G
Bart Swiatek, 19 February 2021, 11:11
Apple is looking for specialists to do research work on the next-gen wireless network standard 6G. We will most likely use the technology around 2030.
Epic Games Files Complaint Against Apple in Europe
Jacob Blazewicz, 17 February 2021, 18:28
Epic Games filed a complaint against Apple with the European Commission. Tim Sweeney's company has once again drawn attention to what it believes are anti-consumer and monopolistic actions by the App Store's owner.
iPhone Apps Will Ask If They Can Track You
Jan Kasprzak, 31 January 2021, 19:43
Apple will soon introduce App Tracking Transparency on iPhones and iPads. Apps will ask users for permission to collect and use data.
Samsung's PR Slip Caused by Sending Tweet From an iPhone
Bart Swiatek, 14 January 2021, 14:06
Samsung has suffered its first slip-up of 2021. The official Twitter feed of Samsung Mobile US Twitter published a post sent from competitor's device.
iPhone 12 Mini Disappoints Apple
Tom Borys, 07 January 2021, 20:35
The latest sales numbers show that out of the four iPhone models released last year, the mini version has fared worst in the US market. It fared tragically, in fact.
Apple May Reveal Its Car in 2021
Arkadiusz Strzala, 21 December 2020, 16:38
According to recent leaks, the design of Apple's first car is doing well. What's more, a launch or presentation of the vehicle would take place next year. The car is to have an autonomous drving mode, just like Tesla.
iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max May Finally Get 120Hz Refresh Rate
Filip Wegrzyn, 15 December 2020, 16:52
There is a good chance that the displays on Apple smartphones will eventually support a 120Hz refresh rate. This is said to happen with the launch of iPhone 13.
What's New in Xbox Game Pass in 2021?; XCloud PC and iOS Launch Date
Jacob Blazewicz, 09 December 2020, 20:58
Halo Infinite and Psychonauts 2 will be among the games included in Xbox Game Pass offer next year. Microsoft has also confirmed the launch of Project xCloud on PC and - against Apple's assurances - on iOS mobile devices.
Samsung Mocked Apple; Now It Wants to Sell Smartphones Without Chargers
Bart Swiatek, 08 December 2020, 15:51
A certain Brazilian tech website reports that Samsung intends to sell Galaxy S21 smartphones without chargers - just like Apple. As you may remember, the Koreans had previously mocked the idea.
Windows 10 Runs Faster on Mac Than Microsoft's Own Surface Pro X
Bart Swiatek, 02 December 2020, 13:28
Geekbench 4 and Geekbench 5 benchmarks prove that the dedicated ARM version of Windows 10 works very well on a Mac equipped with an M1 processor developed by Apple. The hardware performs better than the Surface X Pro from Microsoft.
iPhone Not So Waterproof After All? $12M Fine for Apple in Italy
Bart Swiatek, 01 December 2020, 14:39
The Italian consumer protection authority, AGCM, found that Apple was misleading customers about the waterproofness of its smartphones and imposed a fine of $12 million on the company.
With iOS 15 Apple May End Support for Older Smartphones
Bart Swiatek, 23 November 2020, 12:24
A rumor that appeared on the web suggests that with the release of the fifteenth version of iOS, Apple may plan to discontinue support for older devices.
Apple Helps Little Studios Due to War With Epic Games
Filip Wegrzyn, 19 November 2020, 18:20
There seems to have been an interesting development in the dispute between Apple and Epic Games. The American technology colossus has cut tax in its app store in half, but only for some developers. Interestingly, Epic Games does not meet the conditions.
iPhone 12 Launches; Users Report Problems
Bartlomiej Sagan, 16 November 2020, 18:50
Another great hardware launch did not go according to plan. Users of the iPhone 12 family of devices report a couple of problems afflicting the new smartphones.
5G on iPhone 12 Makes Short Work of Battery
Arkadiusz Strzala, 22 October 2020, 15:38
The first tests of iPhone 12 prove that the battery is not among its strong points. As if that wasn't enough, active 5G mode has a significant effect on battery depletion speed. It grows by almost 20%.
iPhone 12 Unlikely to Support 5G in Dual SIM Mode
Bart Swiatek, 20 October 2020, 16:30
A leak that appeared on Reddit suggests that iPhone 12 will not support the 5G standard when using Dual SIM mode.
New iPhone Models Becoming Increasingly More Expensive?
Arkadiusz Strzala, 15 October 2020, 19:36
Reddit user came up with the idea of comparing prices for Apple phones on a chart, starting with the very first iPhone. The author took inflation into account and published the chart on the forum. Are Apple's smartphones getting more and more expensive?
We've Learned Epic's Losses From the Feud With Apple
Paul Musiolik, 11 October 2020, 20:01
Thanks to Epic Games' war with Apple we learned some interesting information. 116 million people played Fortnite on iOS devices and they were more willing to spend money on microtransactions than Android users.
Apple Gets Rid of Competing Headphones
Arkadiusz Strzala, 06 October 2020, 15:36
Apple removes competing companies' products from its stores. This includes headsets and speakers from Bose, Sonos and Logitech. This could be the result of a planned expansion with its own audio products.
Waste Affair - Apple's Hardware Went to Customers Instead of Recycling
Bartlomiej Sagan, 05 October 2020, 13:27
Another company will soon join the list of entities that got sued by Apple. This time, it will be the company that was supposed to recycle the company's devices.
Epic vs. Apple May be Judged by Jury [Updated]
Bart Swiatek, 30 September 2020, 13:17
The lawsuit brought by Epic Games against Apple may not be resolved by a judge but a jury. Normally jurors do not participate in similar trials, but according to Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers, the opinion of ordinary people may be very important in this case.
Epic Games, Spotify and Others Join Forces Against Apple
Jacob Blazewicz, 26 September 2020, 20:53
Epic Games, Spotify, Tile and others companies have created the Coalition of App Fairness to fight Apple. The organization is to promote healthy competition in the digital distribution market and abolish the 30% profit cut.
Apple May be Planning 5.4-inch iPhone 12 Mini
Bart Swiatek, 22 September 2020, 10:21
According to industry analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and the well-known leaker l0vetodream, Apple will offer customers a smaller model of iPhone 12, named „mini”. The device may have a 5.4-inch display.
Apple Countersues Epic as the Battle for 30% Profit Cut Continues
Milosz Szubert, 09 September 2020, 15:47
In response to Epic Games' accusations, Apple has filed its own lawsuit, in which it accuses Tim Sweeney's company of breach of contract. The company demands compensation.