When Tim Cook made his trip to China, he took time to meet with the head of the largest wireless carrier in the world, China Mobile. The two sides met to discuss “matters of cooperation,” but no other details were provided.
Apple posted a new knowledge base article on their support yesterday evening, detailing a new system for reporting spam received over their iMessage platform. While issues with spam messages on iMessage haven’t been widespread so far, hopefully Apple’s decision to launch their iMessage spam reporting tool will be able to address problems as they arise.
Alongside the release of iTunes 11.1 beta 1, a new Apple TV beta, and iOS 7 beta 4 yesterday, Apple has also begun seeding developers with newly updated seeds of Xcode 5 and OS X Server, as well as the first beta of Apple Remote Desktop 3.7.
Steve Jobs had a number of keynote taglines, ‘but there is one more thing’ being the most famous. However he also had a tendency to say ‘boom’ a lot when giving demos, as this awesome compilation shows.
Report: Intel to Supply Apple With Ultra High Performance Haswell Processors for Upcoming MacBook Pro
According to self-describing source, SemiAccurate, Intel will be providing Apple with an ultra-high performance version of its Haswell processor for Apple’s upcoming MacBook Pros.
Apple and Motorola have agreed to drop a combined 14 patents from a Florida case set to go to trial in 2014. Monday’s filing drops the total of claims in the suit down to 8.
Apple has responded to claims that its supplier Pegatron has been requiring workers to work excessive hours in its factories without proper compensation, and has violated Chinese regulations regarding workplace safety and sub-par living conditions.
Two former Apple Retail employees have filed a class action lawsuit against Apple, claiming lost wages. The lawsuit stems form Apple’s retail store policy requiring employees to have their personal bags and purses inspected by managers before leaving the store for breaks, lunch, or at the end of their shift.
A report on Monday maintains that Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn is in the process of hiring 90,000 workers to prepare for expected large orders of the next-generation iPhone.
Apple CEO Time Cook is reported to have recently visited China to meet with partner China Telecom, possibly to discuss the upcoming debut of the much rumored low-cost iPhone, and declining sales growth of the iPhone in the country.
Alongside today’s release of iOS 7 Beta 4 to developers, Apple has also released a new beta of iTunes 11, adding support for the new iTunes Radio feature in iOS 7. Notably, iTunes Radio support requires at lease OS X 10.7 or later.
Fun to play with a simple concept, Dive for Life ($0.99 in the App Store) is an excellent game for both adult and adolescent gamers, providing ample challenge and engagement for players. Overview Upon launching Dive for Life for the…
The Wall Street Journal reports that a Chinese worker’s right group has brought forth allegations of poor working conditions at Apple supplier Pegatron. The group accuses the company of numerous safety and workplace violations.
Apple announced today at its quarterly Retail store meetings today that it will be providing its employees with free iBooks beginning next week. The initiative is referred to internally as “iBooks Discovery.”
Apple Senior Vice President Bob Mansfield is leaving the company’s executive team, but will remain at Apple working on “special projects”, reporting to Tim Cook.
Well, Apple has had better weeks. First their developer center website was hit with a security breach, and was down for 8-days, then the iPhone activations servers went down! What a week. Well fear not faithful follower, Apple has been through tough spots before!