Apple posts Q2 earnings: Revenue hits an impressive $58.3 billion

Apple Earnings Q2 2020
Apple today issued its earnings report for the March 2020 quarter.Revenue came in at $58.3 billion with EPS checking in at $2.55.iPhone revenue was down by about $3 billion year-over-year.Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories

Apple a few moments ago issued its earnings report for the March 2020 quarter and posted revenue of $58.3 billionand EPS of $2.55. As a point of contrast, Apple during the same quarter a year-ago posted revenue of $58 billion, a quarterly profit of $11.6 billion, and EPS of $2.46.

Ahead of Apple’s earnings, analysts were anticipating revenue to fall in the $54 billion range and EPS to be around $2.26. Clearly, it was a solid quarter for Apple relative to some of the more

This huge leak is almost definitely Apple’s final iPhone 12 Pro design

iPhone 12 Release Date
Apple’s iPhone 12 release date is almost certainly delayed at this point if a recent report from The Wall Street Journal is to be believed.Production has supposedly been pushed back by a month and while a firm release date is still unknown, Apple’s iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro designs have reportedly been finalized.Recent renders of the iPhone 12 Pro showed us a stunning new look, and now it seems certain that it is indeed Apple’s final iPhone 12 Pro design.Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories

Reports have been going back for months regarding the timing of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 release. Several reports from reliable sources said that Apple’s release timing has been pushed back from

France’s coronavirus contact tracing app might not be based on the Apple-Google standard

Coronavirus Contact Tracing
France’s coronavirus contact tracing app might not be based on the Apple-Google private standard.The StopCovid app is still in the works and could be deployed in the near future.Contradictory reports fuel confusion over France’s stance on the digital COVID-19 contact tracing app.Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories

Governments around the world are looking to slowly open economies now that several countries moved past the peak of the novel coronavirus disease. But questions remain on how to do it. Social distancing will not go away for good, and life won’t return back to normal. There’s still no drug to treat COVID-19, and some vaccines might be available this fall in a best-case

Apple believes the iPhone SE will help lure over Android users

iPhone SE
Apple’s recently released iPhone SE boasts the A13 Bionic, the fastest processor the company has ever released.Apple CEO Tim Cook believes the iPhone SE, on account of its power and $399 price point, will help lure over Android users.Even Android enthusiasts have praised the iPhone SE for offering up tremendous performance at an affordable price.Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories

If you’re looking for value in a smartphone, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better deal than Apple’s recently released iPhone SE. Priced at $399, Apple’s next-gen SE boasts an A13 processor and, as a result, the device can outperform any number of pricier Android flagships. And as we covered earlier this week, even Android enthusiasts have taken note of the

How to opt out of coronavirus exposure notifications in iOS 13.5

iOS 13.5
The latest iOS 13.5 beta includes Apple’s brand new coronavirus exposure notification API.The  API is designed to support contact tracing, a Bluetooth solution that will alert iPhone users when they’ve come into contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus.Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories

Apple earlier today released a new developer beta of iOS 13.5, an update that introduces the company’s exposure notification API that will enable contact tracing for the coronavirus. As you’ve likely heard by now, both Google and Apple worked on a Bluetooth-powered solution designed to let people discover if and when they’ve come into close contact with someone who previously tested positive for the coronavirus

iOS 13.5 makes it easier to use Face ID while wearing a face mask

iOS 13 beta
Apple released the latest beta version of iOS 13.5 as well as iPadOS 13.5 for developers on Wednesday, with the software including a few important features related to the current coronavirus pandemic.For example, the new version of the software now includes a workaround that allows for a quick unlock of your iPhone even when you’re wearing a face mask, as is increasingly becoming a requirement for when people are in public spaces outside of the home.Also, developers will now be able to start building apps that notify users when they’ve come into proximity with someone who’s had the COVID-19 coronavirus.Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories

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Apple releases iOS 13.5 beta with exposure notification API

iOS 13.5 beta
Apple rolled out iOS 13.5 developer beta 3 and iPadOS 13.5 developer beta 3 on Wednesday.iOS 13.5 beta 3 has the exposure notification API from Apple and Google that health agency developers will use to build apps for contact tracing of people who test positive for the novel coronavirus.iOS 13.5 will likely be the final numbered entry before iOS 14 arrives this fall.Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories

Apple released the third developer betas for iOS 13.5 and iPadOS 13.5 on Wednesday. The main feature of this beta release is the addition of the notification exposure API that Apple and Google teamed up to create, giving many public health agency developers a tool that

Video shows what the iPhone 12’s hottest new feature might look in iOS 14

iOS 14 Features
There are rumors that iOS 14 may introduce widgets to the iPhone home screen.A handful of new concept designs illustrate what this new type of functionality will bring to the table.Apple will introduce iOS 14 at WWDC in June. WWDC this year will be an online-only affair due to the coronavirus.Visit BGR’s homepage for more stories

With WWDC 2020 now a little more than a month away, we still haven’t heard a whole a lot about what iOS 14 is going to bring to the table. Sure, we’ve seen tidbits about new app discovery tools, but we haven’t exactly seen anything particularly exciting to look forward to just yet.

Now this isn’t to say iOS 14 will be entirely uninteresting. What’s more likely is that Apple has simply done