Bloomberg reports Apple has hired Timothy D. Twerdahl, the general manager and director of Amazon’s Fire TV business, to be VP of Apple TV product marketing.
Apple’s WebKit team has proposed a new W3C Community Group to discuss the development of a new standard API that would offer improved 3D web graphics.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the second beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4 to developers.
Apple’s BeatsX earphones will launch this Friday, February 10. The date was announced this morning via the Beats by Dre Twitter account.
Reuters on Tuesday published an informative report on the construction of Apple’s new “Spaceship Campus” in Cupertino, California.
Apple on Monday uploaded a new “One Night” ad, the latest in its continuing series of “Shot on iPhone” ads.
A report on Monday indicates Apple is working on a new “Ultra Accessory Connector” to be built into headphones and headsets for certification under its “Made for iPhone” certification program.
Apple on Monday seeded the second beta of iOS 10.3 to developers. The new update comes just under a week following the first beta release.
Just in time for Mardi Gras, Apple Maps has added transit directions for the New Orleans, LA metro area.
Apple’s iPhone continues to face stiff competition in China from local brands such as Huawei and Vivo. The handset’s annual sales numbers fell for the first time in the country.
Bloomberg reported on Monday that iPhone-maker Apple has joined 96 other companies in filing a legal brief opposing President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.
Apple’s iOS App Store Free App of the Week is the $3 puzzler “Roofbot: Puzzler on the Roof.”
Apple is now offering a Pro Apps Bundle to the education market. The $199 bundle includes download codes for Final Cut Pro X, Logic Pro X, and more.
The honors continue to roll in for Apple CEO Tim Cook. The University of Glasgow will bestow an honorary degree on Cook February 8.
Apple has raised $10 billion in debt via a nine-part bond sale of both fixed and floating rate notes.
A class-action lawsuit, filed in a California court on Thursday, alleges Apple intentionally broke FaceTime in a bid to force users of iOS devices to upgrade to iOS 7.