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Here Are The Biggest Announcements From Apple's WWDC 2019

Apple announced a bevy of updates to the operating systems that run the iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac while emphasizing new privacy features. And the long-awaited breakup of the iTunes app into smaller music, podcast, and TV apps is finally coming to desktop.

BuzzFeed News • 23 days ago

Apple Plans News Event For March 25

The company is expected to show off a long-rumored news subscription service. It may debut a stand-alone video streaming service as well.

John Paczkowski • 4 months ago

25 Things BuzzFeed News Tried And Loved In 2018

Some of these things may change your life.

Katie Notopoulos • 6 months ago

The Apple Watch's ECG Feature Is Finally Here. It's Cool. Maybe Scary Too.

If I had told you 10 years ago that your watch could perform an ECG good enough to win clearance from the FDA would you have believed me?

John Paczkowski • 6 months ago

Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Calling For Bloomberg To Retract Its Chinese Spy Chip Story

"I feel they should retract their story. There is no truth in their story about Apple. They need to do the right thing."

John Paczkowski • 8 months ago
John Paczkowski • 8 months ago

The Last iPhone Review You'll Ever Need To Read

Apple's newest flagship iPhone is the best phone money can buy. Which is good, considering how much money it costs.

John Paczkowski • 9 months ago

Apple Has Permanently Banned Alex Jones' Infowars App From The App Store

Apple's App Store guidelines for developers forbid apps with "content that is offensive, insensitive, upsetting, intended to disgust, or in exceptionally poor taste."

John Paczkowski • 9 months ago

In A New Email, Elon Musk Accused A Cave Rescuer Of Being A “Child Rapist” And Said He “Hopes” There's A Lawsuit

In an email to BuzzFeed News, Tesla CEO Elon Musk accused a Thai cave rescuer of moving to Thailand to take a child bride. The rescuer denied all the claims.

Ryan Mac • 9 months ago

Trump Claims Google Didn’t Promote His State Of The Union. Google And This Screenshot Say Otherwise.

“Google promoted president Obama’s State of the Union on its homepage. When President Trump took office, Google stopped,” a video shared by Trump falsely claimed.

Jane Lytvynenko • 10 months ago

Apple Defends Its Decision To Allow Infowars In The App Store

Apple tried to explain why it removed Infowars' podcasts, but not its app, which features the same content.

John Paczkowski • 10 months ago

Apple Kicked Alex Jones Off Its Platform, Then YouTube And Facebook Rushed To Do The Same

The removals are one of the largest crackdowns on conspiratorial news content by technology companies to date.

John Paczkowski • 10 months ago

Read Tim Cook's Email To Employees About Apple's $1 Trillion Milestone

"While we have much to be proud of in this achievement, it’s not the most important measure of our success."

John Paczkowski • 10 months ago
John Paczkowski • One year ago

Apple Confirms "Some Government Agencies" Are Probing iPhone Slowdown

"We have received questions from some government agencies and we are responding to them."

Charlie Warzel • One year ago

19 Things BuzzFeed Tech Tried And Liked In 2017

All the innovations, apps, hacks, habits, gadgets, and robovacuums that made our lives a little better this year.

Ellen Cushing • One year ago

Google’s New Earbuds Can Translate 40 Languages

The search behemoth enters the increasingly crowded smart headphones market with a $159 pair of buds that can do something pretty close to real-time translation.

John Paczkowski • One year ago

Inside Apple’s Quest To Transform Photography

How does Apple think about iPhone camera design? Obsessively.

John Paczkowski • One year ago

The Biggest Announcements From Apple's iPhone 8 Event

At its first event at the Steve Jobs Theater at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, Apple unveiled the iPhone 8 and iPhone X, a 4K Apple TV set-top box, and an LTE version of the Apple Watch.

John Paczkowski • One year ago