Apple has released iOS 8.1.2 to the masses today. The update includes various bug fixes, including the one that caused ringtones that had been purchased via the iTunes Store to disappear form an iOS device.
While Apple’s two-factor authentication used to reset a password does provide additional security to a user’s Apple ID, it also makes it virtually impossible to reset your password or access your account in the event that your account has been hacked and you forget your recovery key.
Japan’s Prime Minister on Tuesday revealed that Apple will soon announce they will be building a new “cutting edge” research and development center in his country.
A Brooklyn Apple Store could soon be a reality, as The New York Post reports Apple has signed a long-term lease for a 20,000 square foot store at 247 Bedford Avenue at the corner of North 3rd Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Presiding Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers ruled Monday that the iPod/iTunes AntiTrust case will continue, even though there aren’t any plaintiffs left.
TIME has published its shortlist of nominees being considered for their annual “Person of the Year” award, and Apple CEO Tim Cook is once again on the list.
Tim Cook recently sat down with China’s Minister of Cyberspace Administration to discuss Chinese security concerns, and also took the opportunity to show the minister his company’s upcoming Apple Watch.
Former Apple Global Supply Manager Paul Devine has been sentenced to one year in prison and fined $4.5 million for selling details of upcoming Apple products to Asian manufacturers.
Apple on Sunday debuted a new iPad Air 2 ad entitled “Change.” The ad shows off the tablet being used in a variety of situations.
Apple has announced its 2014 Best of iTunes Store awards, which honors the best apps, music, movies, televisions shows, books, and podcasts for the year.
It’s almost winter, (OK, it IS winter in many parts of the country), and this week’s wallpapers celebrate the stark snowy beauty of birds flying over a frozen river.
Protestors condemning the two separate deaths of African American men at the hands of police took part in a “die-in” at Apple’s flagship Fifth Avenue store in New York City Friday night. The protest lasted approximately fifteen minutes.
Friday saw one of the two named plaintiffs in the class-action suit covering Apple’s FairPlay DRM being withdrawn from the case by their attorneys. It’s possible that neither of the two named plaintiffs in the case are actually members of the class they represent.
Eddy Cue took the stand on Thursday in the ongoing class-action suit alleging Apple is guilty of attempting to lock other companies out of their iPod music players, while locking users into their iPod/iTunes ecosystem. Cue testified about Apple’s Digital Rights Management (DRM) policies.
Apple has activated ten holiday-themed radio stations on their iTunes Radio music streaming service. The station offers everything from seasonal classics, to rock-themed, to swing flavored holiday songs.
The Times of India is reporting that Apple has tentatively agreed to a proposed retailer expansion in India that will see the addition of 500 reseller retail locations in underserved areas of the country.