Apple Inc. is reportedly considering moving iPhone production to the U.S., according to a report by Japan’s Nikkei Asian Review. The company was asked by the tech giant in June to study the possibility, the report said, citing “sources.”
President-elect Donald Trump is is not even officially in the Oval Office and already he’s bringing jobs back to America as he pushes Apple and other companies who have moved offshore to make more of their products in the U.S.
Apple’s stock slipped 0.4% in midday trade, while Taiwan-based Foxconn’s shares were unchanged in overnight trade. Apple’s stock has lost 1.4% since the election, while the SPDR Technology Select Sector ETF XLK, +0.63% has eased 0.1% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.07% has gained 2.9%. Continue reading
A countless number of iPhone 7 users unintentionally destroyed their brand new devices after falling for a phoney Youtube tutorial video falsely showing them how to drill a hole to create a headphone jack.
Apple recently released iPhone 7 is sans a headphone jack, and the cruel tutorial instructs foolish iPhone users to create their own using a 3.5mm drill.
While the majority of viewers were not taken in by the wind-up video, which has been viewed more than 8 million times Continue reading
The XXXI Olympics Games are finally here! Below find information on how to watch.
The Opening Ceremony for the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics will take place Friday, Aug. 5 in Rio’s Maracanã Stadium. It will air on NBC at 7:30 p.m. ET on a one-hour tape delay.
HOW TO WATCH THE OPENING CEREMONY:
All times Eastern. NBC: 7:30 p.m. Continue reading
Apple is saying the Department of Justice made a big mistake in its handling of the San Bernardino shooter‘s iPhone by changing the password to the device’s iCloud account.
According to senior Apple executives, the DOJ had a valuable opportunity to get into the terrorist’s iCloud account, but for some reason, investigators changed the password.
They said the iCloud password was changed hours after the shooting, preventing a potential iCloud backup that may have revealed further information about the suspect. Continue reading
In a recent biography and now biopic about Steve Jobs, it has been revealed that the Apple boss regularly washed his feet in public toilets. Um, ew?
Jobs was known for his huge IQ, but in the workplace, he was known for his overpowering and intense body odor. But now we are learning that the man touted as a genius, would often shed his shoes and dunk his dogs directly random community commodes.. A place is usually reserved for all deposit and no return.
During his time at Atari, before he started his venture into Apple, he was placed on the night shift because of his body odor. It turns out that nobody wanted to work with him because he, well, stank. Jobs convinced himself that his vegan diet meant that he only had to shower once a week and he didn’t need to wear deodorant. h/t
A flight bound for Paris out of San Francisco International Airport has been diverted to Montreal, officials said late Monday.
Passengers on the plane are tweeting that the flight was diverted due to a bomb threat.
A Montréal–Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport spokesperson said police were investigating and checking out the plane. Continue reading
Holly Holm knocked out heavily favored Ronda Rousey at UFC 193 on Saturday night, dethroning the most dominant figure in combat sports, if not all of sport.
The end came after a Holm kick to the neck caught the UFC golden child while backing up. The anointed one went face first into the canvas on a one-way ticket to dreamland. Until now, Rousey had been enjoying a nothing short of a rocket ship ride to success, in and out — way out — of the ring.
“I don’t know! I’m trying to take it in but it’s crazy!” the New Mexico native said through tears immediately after the fight. Continue reading
The new incarnation of Apple‘s iPad is officially here, and it’s big one. And despite Steve Jobs hate, hating, anything with a stylus, this iPad comes stock with one.
Called the “iPad Pro,” it’s 12.9-inches of viewing pleasure bliss and geared primarily toward business professionals – hence the “pro.”
Tim Cook called it the biggest news in iPad since the iPad, and he wasn’t kidding. Continue reading
A PA woman, visiting Ohio, had her iPhone and other valuables stolen at a Cedar Point park. And now she is taking to social media to try to bust the thieves after the dummies posted their own photos to her iCloud account.
Kelly Jones, of Bentleyville, Pennsylvania, said she was visiting the park with relatives when she accidentally left a bag on a bench containing two iPhones, a camera, a wallet with credit cards and ID. Cedar Point police later located the bag minus the valuables.
“I just felt really violated,” Jones told reporters. “I was really upset, crying. Continue reading
Tennessee teenager, Sam Ray, has credited Apple’s Siri with saving his life after he became trapped under a 5,000 pound truck.
Ray, 18, was working beneath the huge truck when suddenly it fell on top of him, trapping his arms. After yelling for help, to no avail, he was able to push up against the home button of his iPhone, activating Siri. The mobile assistant, (and now life saver,) contacted 911 and EMS were dispatched.
Ray has been in physical therapy for a month and is expected to make a full recovery.