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Apple Q1 2022 winners & losers: iPhone up, iPad down in bumper holiday

Apple Q1 2022 winners & losers: iPhone up, iPad down in bumper holiday

Apple has released the earnings report for its first fiscal quarter of 2022, announcing yet another all-time record with revenue hitting $123.9 billion. The company credits a "very strong customer response" toward its latest and greatest products for the growth, noting its earnings ultimately jumped 11-percent compared to the previous year.

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iPhone iOS 15.3 released: Why you should upgrade ASAP

iPhone iOS 15.3 released: Why you should upgrade ASAP

Apple's iOS 15.3 and iPadOS 15.3 updates are now available, and you should take the time to install them right away. The updates address 10 different potential risks spread across multiple systems and apps, including a recently-discovered Safari exploit that may allow someone to track your web activity and possibly pull up details from your Google account.

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iPad Pro 2022 tipped to get a hidden feature in its Apple logo

iPad Pro 2022 tipped to get a hidden feature in its Apple logo

The iPad Pro tablets are comfortably the most powerful of their kind on the market at the moment packing a vaunted Apple M1 SoC and up to 16GB of RAM. While they are feature packed, and priced accordingly, Apple is always looking for ways to improve on them to help keep them at the top of people's shopping lists. One of the hot next-generation iPad Pro rumors coming out of 2021 for the next iPad Pro upgrade was that it would receive MagSafe charging support. Currently, all iPad models sold by Apple charge over either a wired Lightning or USB-C cable – the iPad mini, Air and Pro models have all been upgraded to support the newer standard.

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Safari bug threatens identity theft to all Mac, iPhone, iPad users

Safari bug threatens identity theft to all Mac, iPhone, iPad users

For years, Apple has been heralding privacy as the central theme for its products. Safari, Apple default web browser, comes with a range of privacy features to prevent websites from capturing data related to users' browsing habits and creating personas that can be used serve them ads on other websites and platforms including — but not limited to — Google and Facebook. With Safari 15 that was launched ahead of macOS 12 Monterey and iOS 15, Apple strengthened these privacy features including its Intelligent Tracking Prevention to hide users' IP addresses and email addresses from websites.

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OLED iPads may finally arrive in 2024 under budding Samsung deal

OLED iPads may finally arrive in 2024 under budding Samsung deal

According to a new report, Apple's 2024 iPad line could include a major upgrade in the form of a Samsung OLED display, bringing the device's display on par with the smaller iPhone.

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Tech from 2021 that changed our lives forever

Tech from 2021 that changed our lives forever

All things considered, 2021 was a pretty miserable year in general. The COVID-19 pandemic carried on throughout the year, making things like smartphones, GPUs, and game consoles difficult to find, thanks to global shortages. Beyond that, the fact that the pandemic persists is undoubtedly wearing on many emotionally and mentally, making for a crummy year overall. Despite that, 2021 managed to deliver some great tech, from smartphones to tablets and even earbuds. Here's the technology that made 2021 a year to remember against all odds.

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How To Better Protect Your Privacy In Safari

How To Better Protect Your Privacy In Safari

Apple's Safari web browser is one of the most popular options available and ships as the default browser on Macs, iPhones, and iPads. In keeping with Apple's stated belief that privacy is a fundamental human right, Safari does a good job of protecting user privacy out-of-the-box.

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Apple’s Universal Control for Mac and iPad isn’t coming this year

Apple’s Universal Control for Mac and iPad isn’t coming this year

One of the key advantages Apple has over its rivals in the computing and mobile markets is near-total control over its ecosystem. Since it makes both the software and the hardware it runs on, Apple has the ability to integrate its products far better than competitors Microsoft or Google. One powerful demonstration of this is the Universal Control feature the company announced for macOS Monterey back in June. Unfortunately, it seems the feature may have been too ambitious even for Apple, as its availability quietly slid from this winter to next spring.

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The 15 Best Apple Arcade Games of 2021

The 15 Best Apple Arcade Games of 2021

Apple Arcade, arguably the best thing to ever happen to mobile gaming, offers a huge library of ad-free, high-quality games for the iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV. This past year brought dozens of new games to the platform, including remastered versions of classic mobile titles and entirely new hits with excellent graphics.

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Tobii Dynavox TD Pilot adds eye control to iPad

Tobii Dynavox TD Pilot adds eye control to iPad

TD Pilot is a device that fits around an iPad to enable eye tracking control. Tobii Dynavox made this TD Pilot device to provide native integration of eye tracking for iPadOS with the latest iPadOS 15 and the latest iteration of the standard iPad. This latest innovation from Tobii Dynavox adds to their already wide range of applications of eye tracking tech in multiple areas of our greater gadget industry.

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Apple makes play for Google and Microsoft’s small business gains

Apple makes play for Google and Microsoft’s small business gains

Apple Business Essentials was launched this week as Apple's all-inclusive hub for small business owners. The service has a subscription fee that enables business owners to handle device management, 24/7 Apple Support (for devices and software), and iCloud storage. This hub will be Apple's go-to place for the handling of IT in a small business, with special focus on MacOS, iOS, and all things Apple.

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iOS 15.2 adds AirTags scanning for the tracking paranoid

iOS 15.2 adds AirTags scanning for the tracking paranoid

The latest update for iOS devices adds a sort of tracker-scanner function called "Unknown Items". With this feature, the "Find My" app can scan your immediate area for "Items That Can Track Me." This option appears in the Items column just under "Help Return Lost Items."

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