Purported benchmark results for the upcoming iPhone 7 Plus reveal Apple’s next-generation A10 processor could be a big improvement over last year’s A9. Despite maintaining only two cores, the A10 achieves significantly higher scores in single- and mulit-core tests.
According to the result for an “iPhone 9,3,” which is thought to be the iPhone 7 Plus, the device achieves a single-core score of 3,379 in Geekbench tests, while the multi-core score clocks in at an impressive 5,495.
We're putting ourselves more on display than ever.
We're posting our glorious lives to Facebook and our gnarly anger to Twitter. We're preening and posing and dressing to impress. We're constantly slipping selfies into every Snapchat and text, to the point where young women are said to spend five hours a week actually taking them.
When it was first announced at this year's Worldwide Developers Conference in June, the My New Music Mix curated playlist was initially dubbed "Discovery Mix," but Apple has apparently decided to rebrand the offering.
Available in the For You section of the iOS Music app, My New Music Mix features 25 tracks selected every Friday based on a user's constantly changing sonic tastes. According to Apple Music global marketing chief Bozoma Saint John, the curated playlist lets users discover new artists and music from Apple Music's vast content library.
When Apple introduces the next iPhone this week, it seems certain that it will look nearly identical to last year’s iPhone. Which means it will also look like the iPhone from the year before that. If this happens, it would break with Apple’s nearly decade-long tradition of redoing the whole phone every two years. You know what? That’s just fine.
Apple issued an urgent security update on Thursday for OS X and Safari after finding the same vulnerabilities in its desktop operating system that were discovered last week in its mobile operating system and that allow attackers to remotely take control of a device.