Digital driver’s license rollout in US hits a hurdle as Florida suspends support

If you live in Florida and you’ve been using a digital license in iOS, we’ve got bad news.

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Breaking: EU accepts Apple’s major tap-to-pay changes coming to iPhone

The EU says it has accepted Apple’s commitment to change tap-to-pay on iPhone in the territory.

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Four years of Apple’s iPhone camera plans just leaked, including iPhone 16 Pro

New information indicates Apple has big plans for the zoom lens on iPhone over the next four years.

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Dbrand’s Case Hardened iPhone skin is a tribute to a $1 million Counter-Strike skin, complete with a chance to score your very own Blue Gem special edition

dbrand’s new Counter-Strike skin for iPhone has thousands of different patterns and even has a version based on the $1m dollar Blue Gem edition.

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The iOS and CarPlay Google Maps app is finally getting this driving feature Android users have been using

The Google Maps app for iOS and CarPlay is finally getting a speedometer feature you can use while driving – a feature Android users have had for a while.

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This future Apple Intelligence feature could see Siri become part of FaceTime calls

A recent patent has outlined that Apple could be planning to make Siri available within FaceTime calls as part of a future Apple Intelligence feature.

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Temple Run is coming back to iPhone with a new level-based title launched in Apple Arcade

Temple Run is coming back to iPhone with a new level-based title launched in Apple Arcade, alongside other new game titles.

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Third iOS 18 developer beta released to developers with dark mode support for more third-party app icons

Apple has released the third developer beta for iOS 18 today with dark mode support for more third-party app icons, while there’s still no sign of Apple Intelligence features.

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As Nothing launches its $199 budget Android phone with tons of RAM and a 120Hz display, it’s high time Apple’s iPhone SE found a way to compete

Apple’s iPhone SE hasn’t been refreshed in two years and a new launch by a sub-brand of Nothing shows just how outdated it’s become.

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Microsoft says it’s the iPhone or nothing for employees in China as it blocks Android phones over security concerns

Microsoft has told employees in China that they will have to use an iPhone if they want to use its corporate resources as a ban on Android devices begins in September.

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