Two of the OS X security flaws brought to light earlier this week by Google’s Project Zero security team will be fixed in the upcoming OS X 10.10.2 update, and another has already been patched.
New photos that are claimed to be of the lid and display assembly of Apple’s much-rumored 12-inch MacBook Air have surfaced.
Apple has reportedly agreed to allow China’s State Internet Information Office to conduct network security inspections of their products. The Cupertino firm continues to attempt to ease China’s fears that its devices can be used for spying purposes by foreign governments.
We’re coming up on the anniversary of the launch of the first Macintosh, back in January 24, 1984, and for the next few days we’ll be taking a look at some of Apple’s more iconic Macs. The first Mac we’ll look at is the beautiful iMac G4, which first debuted in January 2002.
Apple released a major update to Logic Pro X on Wednesday, bringing the professional digital audio workstation software up to version 10.1. Apple also released a new version of Logic Remote for the iPad.
Apple seeded the sixth beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 to developers on Wednesday. The new seed drops one week after the release of the fifth beta.
Former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor, and leaker of thousands of pages of classified documents from the agency, Edward Snowden refuses to use an iPhone, due to the presence of “special software” that can be remotely activated by authorities to spy on users.
The Guardian reports that Apple has acquired British startup Semetric, the company behind the Musicmetric analytics tool. Apple is likely looking to make Musicmetric a part of its soon to be relaunched Beats Music streaming service.
Apple’s share of the smartphone market in three critical Asian markets has soared since the introduction of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The Cupertino firm is even putting it to Samsung on its own home turf of South Korea.
Mac users are familiar with the machine’s iconic Zen-like startup sound. However, did you know the man behind the sound – former Apple employee Jim Reeks – had to sneak it onto the machine?
As the debut of Apple’s new Apple Watch looms on the horizon, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued their preliminary regulatory stance on health tracking wearables.
Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty told investors in a recent note that Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus may boost Apple’s holiday quarter sales to record levels. Huberty also expects strong Mac sales for the quarter.
Apple has posted a new video on its Chinese retail website, giving a peek at renowned calligrapher Wang Dongling as he created a mural for the company’s upcoming West Lake store in Hangzhou.
Apple is stepping up their lobbying efforts in the U.S. Capitol, in an effort to counter increased government scrutiny over subjects that include ebooks, in-app sales, and the security of users’ health data.
Apple has posted a notice on their developer website reminding app developers that starting Feb. 1, all new iOS 8 software submitted to the App Store must include 64-bit support.
A new aerial shot of the Apple Campus 2 construction project shows significant progress is being made on the main structure and surrounding areas.