iPhones’ high market price makes them tantalizing to thieves. Unfortunately (for criminals, at least) Apple also provides ways for these devices to be tracked down if they’re lost or displaced.
James Antonio Pradia learned this lesson the hard way this week. On Wednesday, the 27-year-old was indicted for robbing a wallet and iPhone at gunpoint. It seems that he didn’t know about the “Find my iPhone” feature.
The Wall Street Journal has reportedly agreed to sign up as a participant for Apple’s paid news subscription service. The service is be officially announced Monday during Apple’s “It’s Showtime” event.
The WSJ signing up to the service comes shortly after it was reported that The New York Times and Washington Posthave both opted out.
Update: Heads up developers! Today is the last day to register for WWDC 2019.
Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference officially has a date.
This morning, Apple revealed that it will host WWDC 2019 in San Jose, California, from June 3 to 7. The event brings together thousands of developers from across the world, giving them access to Apple’s engineers for hands-on training. It’s also the place where Apple unveils its biggest software updates of the year. Based on early rumors, it could be one of the most exciting WWDC’s in years.