Apple on Monday seeded the third beta of iOS 9.3 to developers for testing. The new beta comes two weeks after the release of the second beta.
An internal notice indicates Apple has launched a new Repair Extension Program to address the video issues reported by many users of late 2013 Mac Pro models.
A new report from Thursday claims Apple, Google, Amazon and Verizon are all prepared to battle it out in the fight to gain the streaming rights for the NFL”s Thursday Night Football game package.
A report from Thursday indicates Apple will soon offer a new trade-in program to allow iPhones with damaged screens, cameras, or buttons to be traded in for credit on a new iPhone. Plus, they’ll now officially allow retail store employees to install screen protectors on iPhones for customers.
Users of iTunes, the App Store, and a number of other iCloud-related services are reporting issues being able to purchase, update, or access apps on the App Store on iOS devices and Macs. Services with issues include the iTunes Store, iBooks Store, iCloud Drive, and iWork for iCloud.
Apple has updated the Apple Music app for Android devices, adding the ability to save downloaded songs to an SD card. The new feature greatly increases the capacity for offline listening for devices running the Android OS.
Apple continues to improve the data available via its Apple Maps app, as the company on Wednesday added 3D Flyover, Traffic, and points of interest data for a number of new cities.
Apple on Wednesday was ordered by an East Texas jury to pay $625 million in damages to patent holding firm VirnetX, after being found guilty of willfully infringing on four patents held by VirnetX.
It’s back to school time in Australia and New Zealand, and Apple has launched its annual promotion offering higher education students, faculty members, parents of students, and select other staff a free pair of Beats Solo2 on-ear headphones with the purchase of a qualifying Mac.
November 2015 saw Apple quietly hired the founders of LegbaCore, the company who, along with researcher Trammell Hudson, discovered the first firmware worm to affect Macs in Thunderstrike 2.
Apple’s planned $928 million dollar data center to be located in County Galway in Ireland has reportedly been put on hold, due to local residents’ environmental concerns.
Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak says he believes Apple is considering backing away from its current reliance on Amazon’s Web Services, in favor of its own in-house data centers.
Apple is reportedly targeting Tuesday, March 15th as the day for an event that will unveil a new iPad Air 3, a 4-inch “iPhone 5se,” and new bands for the Apple Watch.
A new report from the not always reliable publication DigiTimes says Apple has begun testing dual-lens camera samples for possible use in the upcoming “iPhone 7 Plus.”
Apple’s Campus 2 project is scheduled for completion at the end of this year, and the latest drone flyover video shows a project well on its way to making that deadline.
Apple has brought back their Shot on iPhone billboard campaign for another round, this time focusing on portraits shot using the iPhone 6s.