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Top 10 iPhone X Tips and Tricks: Reachability, Face ID, Screenshots and More

The iPhone X is the first new iPhone design Apple has introduced since 2014, and the most radical redesign since the iPhone first debuted in 2007.<p>With a revamped user interface and a slew of new features, there's a lot to get used to, and there are a bunch of hidden functions that aren't …

iPhone X Diary: The keynote impressed me, but real-life use wows me

My first impression diary pieces are usually exactly that: based on just taking it out of the box, setting it up and playing with it for an hour or three.<p>This time, however, my iPhone X didn’t arrive until the end of the day on Friday, by which time I was already out for the evening. So this time …

Mobile Technology

Steve Jobs called HP at 12 years old to ask for help — and his story shows what sets highly successful people apart

Steve Jobs set extremely high expectations. He challenged other people to work harder, work longer, and do <i>more</i>— sometimes more than they thought was possible.<p>Jobs was ... well, let's just say that Steve Jobs was demanding.<p>But he also believed in the power of asking.<p>Granted, it's often not easy to …

With iPhone X, Apple reinvents the camera. Again.

Each generation of iPhone has brought with it a camera more amazing than the last. As users ogled over higher resolution, bigger sensors and new computational features, few saw the device’s evolution as more than just the making of a better camera.<p>But the iPhone X gives the camera a new job …

Today in Apple history: Apple preps for Mac App Store’s big debut

November 3, 2010: Apple prepares to launch the Mac App Store, publicly accepting app submissions from registered developers — and kicking off a gold rush among coders.<p>After witnessing the enormous sums of money raked in by early entrants in the iOS App Store, developers flood Apple with new Mac …

Learn all the new gestures for iPhone X

The iPhone X has no home button. We already know that, but what does it mean when you’re actually using the phone? The home button is the most important button on the iPhone. It wakes it up, gets you to the home screen, activates Apple Pay, invokes Siri, takes a screenshot, and helps you force the …

Apple Pay

Tim Cook touches on iPhone X pre-order demand, supply issues, and more

During Apple’s fiscal fourth quarter earnings call this evening, Tim Cook touched on the supply and production issues that have plagued the iPhone X thus far. Cook explained that things are improving dramatically, but it’s hard to look too far into the future.<p>Morgan Stanley analyst Kate Huberty …

IPhone X

iPhone X Is King of OLED Screens: See for Yourself

So much has been made of the iPhone X's infamous notch, but its 5.8-inch display is notable for other reasons. With the introduction of its first …

Today in Apple history: iPhone is crowned 2007’s ‘invention of the year’

<b>November 1, 2007:</b> Six months after it was first shown off by Steve Jobs, the iPhone becomes <i>Time</i> magazine’s “best invention of the year.”<p>The iPhone stands out from the rest of 2007’s gadget pack, which includes the Nikon Coolpix S51c digital camera, the Netgear SPH200W Wi-Fi Phone and the Samsung P2 …

Today in Apple history: iTunes video takes world by storm

<b>October 31, 2005:</b> Less than three weeks after launching video downloads with iTunes 6, Apple reveals that it has already sold more than 1 million music videos.<p>Apple’s dive into the online digital video market — with 2,000 music videos, Pixar short films, and a selection of hit TV shows for $1.99 — …

Today in Apple history: iPhone goes on sale in China for first time

<b>October 30, 2009:</b> Two years after launching in the United States, the iPhone finally goes on sale in China, giving Apple a chance to reach the world’s largest market.<p>A number of regulatory hurdles previously restricted Apple’s access to China, including restrictions on Wi-Fi functionality. With …

Tim Cook

Newsweek magazine signed ‘I love manufacturing’ by Steve Jobs fetches $50K at auction

A Newsweek magazine signed by Steve Jobs fetched far more than initial expectations at an auction this week. According to a report from CNET, the 1988 magazine was originally expected to go for between $10,000 and $15,000, but ultimately brought in $50,587. Meanwhile, Jobs’ BMW Z8 is predicted to …

Steve Jobs

Today in Apple history: Scott Forstall forced out of Apple

<b>October 29, 2012:</b> Scott Forstall, Apple’s senior vice president of iOS software, is ousted from the company after the disastrous Apple Maps launch.<p>Once seemingly on a path to the top, Apple divvies up Forstall’s roles within the company. Jony Ive assumes leadership of the Human Interface team. …

Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs’ yacht launches — without Steve

<b>October 28, 2012:</b> More than a year after Steve Jobs’ death, the luxury yacht he commissioned is finally shown off for the first time, launched from a shipyard in North Holland.<p>Called <i>Venus</i>, the distinctive-looking yacht was one of the big personal projects Jobs pursued in his last years of life. As …

22 Years Ago, Steve Jobs Said 1 Thing Separates People Who Achieve From Those Who Only Dream | Inc.com

Steve Jobs set extremely high expectations. He challenged other people to work harder, work longer, and do <i>more</i> -- sometimes more than they thought was possible.<p>Jobs was ... well, let's just say that Steve Jobs was demanding.<p>But he also believed in the power of asking.<p>I've never found anybody that …

Hung Up

Today in Apple history: iPod Photo brings color display to music machine

<b>October 26, 2004:</b> Apple debuts its iPod Photo device, capable of putting not just “up to” 15,000 songs in your pocket, but also a maximum of 25,000 photographs.<p>It is the first iPod to offer a color screen and the ability to display digital images and album cover art. The iPod Photo represents a big …

Google Pixel 2, iPhone X, Galaxy Note 8: Not perfect, yet the top phones in market right now

Well until last year it seemed the world of smartphones had come to a standstill. It seemed smartphones weren't moving forward, or rather, they …

Report traces the years of research behind the iPhone X’s Animoji feature

The distinguishing feature of the iPhone X, aside from the edgeless OLED display, is the device’s TrueDepth camera system. Comprised of some of the …

Today in Apple history: OS X Panther claws its way onto Macs

<b>October 25, 2003:</b> Mac OS X Panther arrives on Macs, bringing a number of useful new features.<p>Exposé lets users instantly view all open windows at once; iChat AV allows users to talk with audio and video as well as text. The new Mac OS also makes Safari Apple’s default web browser for the first time.<p>…

iPhone 8 vs. Pixel 2: Why Apple Beats Google

If you're looking for a quality flagship phone from either Apple or Google, both smartphone makers have you covered with their respective iPhone 8 …

Today in Apple history: World prepares for the NeXT Computer

<b>October 24, 1988:</b> Three years after leaving Apple, Steve Jobs prepares to launch the NeXT Computer, a machine he hopes will cement his reputation as a tech genius and blow away the computers produced by his former company.<p>The new computer receives a wave of positive publicity. Fawning stories show …

Personal Computers

16 Years Ago Today, Apple Unveiled the Original iPod

Today marks the 16th anniversary of the debut of the first iPod, which was introduced by Apple on October 23, 2001. Then Apple CEO Steve Jobs stood on stage at the Apple Town Hall in Cupertino and showed off a device that could fit in a pocket but hold an entire music library.<p>The first-generation …

Bill Gates and Steve Jobs raised their kids tech-free — and it should've been a red flag

Psychologists are quickly learning how dangerous smartphones can be for teenage brains.<p>Research has found that an eighth-grader's risk for depression jumps 27% when he or she frequently uses social media. Kids who use their phones for at least three hours a day are much more likely to be suicidal. …

Silicon Valley

Today in Apple history: PowerBook 100 series is a smash hit

<b>October 21, 1991:</b> Apple launches its PowerBook 100 series, the most important laptops in Apple history — and one of the most important tech gadgets of all time.<p>These devices almost single-handedly turned notebook computers into a mainstream technology. Apple’s subsequent success in this category — …

Today in Apple history: The App Store hits 200 million downloads

<b>October 22, 2008:</b> During an Apple conference call, Steve Jobs reveals that a user downloaded the 200 millionth app from the App Store that very day.<p>The news comes less than five months after the launch of the App Store, and only one month after Apple surpassed 100 million app downloads.<p>The opening …

Today in Apple history: OS 9 is ‘classic Mac’ operating system’s last stand

<b>October 23, 1999:</b> Apple releases Mac OS 9, the last version of the classic Mac operating system before the company makes the leap to OS X a couple years later.<p>It does not veer far from OS 8 in terms of look and feel. However, OS 9 adds a few nifty features that make it well worth the upgrade.<p>Mac OS …

Never-ending Apple vs. Samsung battle will continue

Apple and Samsung are headed back to court… again.<p>The two companies are still battling it out over a patent infringement lawsuit that was originally settled in 2012. A successful Samsung appeal means the most recent sum of damages will be reassessed at trial yet again.<p>Apple sued Samsung in 2011 for …

Samsung

Future iPhones, iPads, Apple Watch bands could have ‘sidewall displays’

Apple Watch

Today in Apple history: iMac goes big with 27-inch display

<b>October 20, 2009:</b> Apple goes big with its fall iMac redesign, introducing the first 27-inch all-in-one Mac.<p>The Mac’s aluminum unibody design looks so good that it remains virtually unchanged since then.<p>While we’re used to it today, the 2009 iMac’s 27-inch display and 16:9 aspect ratio seemed …

Today in Apple history: iPad sales overtake Macs

<b>October 18, 2010:</b> Six months after the iPad debuts, Steve Jobs reveals that Apple’s tablet is already outselling Macs.<p>During the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call, Jobs says Apple sold 4.19 million iPads during the previous three months, compared with 3.89 million Macs.<p>iPad: Fastest-selling …