• Report: iPhone 13 Pro costs $20 more to build than iPhone 12 Pro

    3 monthes ago - By iMore

    What you need to know
    Apple's iPhone 13 Pro reportedly costs around $20 more to build than iPhone 12 Pro.
    iPhone 13 Pro costs the same amount of money as its predecessor despite costing more to make.
    Apple's margins are taking the hit.
    A new report claims that Apple's brand-new iPhone 13 costs around $20 more to build than the outgoing iPhone 12 Pro. That despite the fact that Apple sells the newer model for the same price as the old one.
    According to data shared by TechInsights , Apple's new flagship device costs around $570 to build, whereas last year's model took less than $550 to put...
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  • Apple now lets users report App Store scams

    Apple now lets users report App Store scams

    3 monthes ago - By Tech Radar

    Apple has reinstated the “Report a Problem” button on its App Store to enable users to report dodgy and fraudulent uploads. The news comes an investigation earlier in 2021 revealed 18 of the top 1,000 highest grossing apps on Apple's App Store are guilty of scamming iOS users. Reporting on the news of the feature, first spotted by Apple developer Richard Mazkewich , and scam hunter Kosta Eleftheriou , The Verge says the button, which has resurfaced after an absence of several years, offers pertinent options, and a much smoother workflow.
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  • Apple makes it easier for people to 'Report a Problem' in the App Store

    Apple makes it easier for people to 'Report a Problem' in the App Store

    3 monthes ago - By iMore

    What you need to know
    Apple has brought the 'Report a Problem' button back to the App Store.
    People can more easily tell Apple when an app is a "scam or fraud."
    The change appears to have been part of the iOS 15 update.
    After years of being missing, Apple has brought the 'Report a Problem' button back to the App Store , making it easier for people to report an app that is potentially scamming people or committing fraud.
    The move was noticed by various people on Twitter, including developer Kosta Eleftheriou. It appears the change was made as part of the iOS 15 update.
    In a major reversal...
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