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NEWS ANALYSIS: The next iPad Pro will have a borderless screen and Face ID like the iPhone X, but probably won’t have an OLED screen, according to a story in Bloomberg.
Two weeks after a major WiFi security vulnerability was publicly disclosed and patched by other vendors, Apple provides its mobile and desktop users with a patch in iOS 11.1 and macOS 10.13.1.
Deal closely follows another agreement struck with Apple a week ago, in which GE Digital will make Predix platform deployable on iOS smartphones, tablets and laptops.
Plan to join us Oct. 11 for an #eWEEKchat about trends in new-generation mobility applications and development of applications and services.
Apple's recently released High Sierra operating system is patched for flaws in the keychain password service and APFS filesystem.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The iPhone X is getting all the attention, but Apple also introduced the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, which might be better options for most business uses.
The iPhone X starts at $999 and the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus prices start at $699 and $799. iPhone 7, 6s and SE models also remain in the lineup.
Problems incorporating fingerprint sensors with the OLED displays mean that supplies of the handsets may run short for the holidays.
The new additions, which extend to Apple Watch, are designed to help enterprises connect previously siloed data stores, cloud services and mobile management platforms.
News reports say Apple has set Sept. 12 as the date for to introduce its latest iPhone models and updated Apple smartwatches.
NEWS ANALYSIS: The world's largest social network, which has been envious of YouTube, Netflix, Vimeo and other video providers for years, has set the table for its own online television network.
DAILY VIDEO: Apple bounces back with a solid quarter, hints at an iPhone 8 launch; Google tracks ransomware payments at scale with machine learning; Google releases an API for offline peer-to-peer Android communications; and there's more.
Company sold 41 million iPhones in the quarter, but iPads were newsier; Apple shipped a whopping 11.4 million tablets, its biggest non-holiday quarter for the tablet in more than two years.