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T-Mobile customers can now chat with the telecom giant on Apple’s Business Chat on iMessage
Apr11

T-Mobile customers can now chat with the telecom giant on Apple’s Business Chat on iMessage

Recall that Apple recently launched Business Chat feature in its messaging app iMessage? The feature, which is currently only available to users in Canada and the US is attracting the right kind of attention, especially from T-Mobile. The mobile carrier has announced that its customers will be able to chat with its representatives via the new feature. “Starting today, through Apple Business Chat on T-Mobile, you can change your rate...

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Instagram for Apple Watch App discontinued
Apr02

Instagram for Apple Watch App discontinued

Instagram today became the latest company to ditch the Apple Watch, eliminating its Apple Watch app in an update that was released this morning. Instagram has swelled the ranks of apps ditching their versions for Apple Watch. In an update announced on Monday, the ephemeral photo-sharing app said the Instagram Apple Watch app was designed using the watchOS 1 SDK, which has now been retired by Apple on April 1. Instagram, according to...

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Apple takes on Facebook with Business Chat for iMessage
Mar31

Apple takes on Facebook with Business Chat for iMessage

Apple has upgraded its messaging app iMessage—and the app has now been integrated with a new Business Chat feature. It means iMessage no longer serves the purpose of letting you chat with your friends, it also serves as a business chat app for brands. The Business Chat feature is a part of version 11.3 update of iOS that was recently released. The feature made its debut during last the 2017 WWDC when it was previewed. It [Business...

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Apple launches pocket-friendly iPad for students
Mar28

Apple launches pocket-friendly iPad for students

Apple has launched its pocket-friendly iPads and education software targeted at students. Apple’s effort is aimed at winning back the hearts of stakeholders in the educational sector—a place it has lost to Google and Microsoft in the last couple of years. The launch marks the company’s first major product event of the year. The last time Apple did an education product launch was in 2012, and that was when the Cupertino-based company...

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Apple Will Launch Its Own Health Care Service
Feb27

Apple Will Launch Its Own Health Care Service

Apple has an ideal setting in healthcare. That’s according to Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO. Recently, the company introduced its healthcare solution for workers. It means that it’s bringing its concierge-like worker healthcare inside its company walled garden. The tech titan will open up a minimum of two centers. They will be called AC Wellness Centers in Santa Clara County California. The CNBC reported that it’d open this springtime....

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Apple Says It’s Using Google Cloud
Feb26

Apple Says It’s Using Google Cloud

Before, reports spread that Apple was using part of its iCloud on Microsoft’s Azure. However, the two companies did not validate or refute it. However, many thanks to a 2014 iOS Security Guide, experts discovered that this report was partially real. In that file, the company recognized that some encrypted sections of some iOS data were saved both in S3 and Azure. An upgraded variation of the Apple iOS Security Guide in 2018, however,...

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