Notable: Watch Steve Jobs introduces first iPhone 10 years ago; Chris Lattner left Apple; Consumer Reports now recommends 2016 MacBook Pro; Apple increases tvOS app size to 4GB

Watch Steve Jobs introduces first iPhone 10 years ago

The first iPhone was launched 10 years ago on January 9, 2007. Watch the MacWorld keynote where Steve Jobs introduces the very first iPhone to the world.

Chris Lattner from Apple to Tesla

Chris Lattner from Apple to Tesla

Chris Lattner, the creator of Swift programming language and LLVM co-author, is going to Tesla after more than a decade with Apple. There are many speculations on his decision, after he led a successful transition to open source the Swift programming language. Maybe he is upset with the future direction or the lack of it in Apple?

Consumer Reports now recommends 2016 MacBook Pro  

 Consumer Reports now recommends 2016 MacBook Pro

Consumer Reports has reversed its position and is now recommending the latest 2016 MacBook Pro. Consumer Reports conducted a new test after Apple fixes a Safari bug that causes unpredictable battery life in the original test. The fix will be made available to the public in the coming macOS Sierra 10.12.3. 

Apple increases tvOS app size from 200MB to 4GB

Apple increases tvOS app size to 4GB

Ever wonder why there are not many console-like games available on tvOS? This is due mainly to lacklustre support from Apple for such games. Things might change as Apple has announced that the size limit of tvOS app bundle has increased from 200MB to 4GB.  This comes after Apple TV 4th generation has been on the market for more than 14 months, and right after the Nintendo Switch announcement.