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Siri currently does not respond with in-depth answers when asked mental health questions. (Photo by Julie Do)

Turning to Siri for mental health conversations

Apple’s new iPhone may have received its biggest makeover yet for its 10th anniversary, but it isn’t the only thing Apple is looking to change.

Projected image of the futuristic facial recognition process on the new iPhone X.
(Courtesy of Apple)

Apple revolutionizes the future with the reveal of the latest iPhones

Ten years ago, Apple debuted the future of technology with the release of the first iPhone. They believe they have changed the game again with the latest models, some which will be in stores Friday morning.

Apple is releasing three new iPhones over the next two months: the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X (10).

by Kayla McLaughlin· · Business, Science & Technology
iOS 10: The good, the bad and the ugly

iOS 10: The good, the bad and the ugly

iPhone users rejoice — you no longer have have to deal with all of those useless default apps. Apple released its new iOS 10 update Tuesday afternoon, and it’s created a heated debate among iPhone users. On the bright side, you can now rid your phone of unnecessary apps, like Stocks or Find Friends. However, the update also includes over […]

by Oriena Vuong· · Business, News, Science & Technology
(Mikaila Kukurudza/Ryersonian Staff)

Rye students release DormRoom social networking app

The DormRoom app was released Feb. 10 after receiving approval from Apple. The app intends to be a combination of Instagram, Snapchat and Tinder just for students.

by Mikaila Kukurudza· · News, On Campus
The Good2Go app.  (Deanne Bender)

No longer ‘Good2Go’: Sexual consent app goes back to the drawing board

A controversial smartphone app for sexual consent has been taken off the market just two weeks after its launch. Called Good2Go, the app was removed from iTunes Tuesday after Apple Inc. determined that its content was “excessively objectionable or crude.” It was voluntarily removed from the Google Play store shortly afterward. Marketed toward “college age adults,” the app was created in […]

by Deanne Bender· · News, Top stories
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