Apple’s expected $9.99 per-month service will not offer a free tier, instead it will offer a free trial period, along with SoundCloud-like sharing features.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2015 (WWDC 2015) is a little over four weeks away, and the company is sending out scholarship notifications to winning applicants.
Apple has slightly increased its lead as the number one smartphone maker in the United States. The iPhone increased its market share by one point in calendar Q1 2015, grabbing 42.6% of the market.
Swedish telecom equipment firm Ericsson has extended its U.S. patent battle with Apple to Europe, filing lawsuits in Germany, Britain, and the Netherlands over technology license payments.
Apple on Wednesday launched a new iPad mini site, “Everything Changes With iPad.” The new campaign takes a look at how Apple’s tablet “can change the way you do things every day.”
Apple’s TestFlight service, which allows developers to beta test apps with users before releasing them on the App Store, is reportedly down for many developers.
Spotify and other music streaming services are claiming Apple’s App Store policies are preventing them from competing with Apple’s homegrown iTunes and Beats Music services.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari 8.0.6 for OS X Yosemite. The update brings new security fixes to the default OS X browser. Also released were Safari 7.1.6 for Mavericks users, and Safari 6.2.6 for Mountain Lion users.
Apple CEO Tim Cook’s third annual CharityBuzz auction ended Wednesday afternoon, earning $200,000 for the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights.
Apple has today announced it will issue a new 7-part bond to raise the funds to finance its repurchase of over $140 billion of shares, and a bigger dividend it will be paying to its shareholders.
A new report from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech shows that much of the growth for iOS across Europe in the first quarter of 2015 was fueled by smartphone users ditching Android devices.
Interactive TV software maker OpenTV has filed a patent lawsuit against Apple and its services and products, including iTunes, accusing it of infringing upon five of its patents related to streaming video.
It looks as if the Federal Trade Commission is joining the hit parade of government entities who are scrutinizing Apple’s dealings with record labels and artists as a part of the company’s efforts to revamp its Beat Music streaming service.
Apple has shared details of “Applebot,” a long-rumored web crawler first noticed last November. The company provided some details of the crawler in a recently updated support document.
Home Depot risks payments whiplash, as the 2,000 store home improvement chain now says they will begin accepting Apple Pay in its stores.
Apple has updated the list of Apple Pay participating credit and debit card issuers today, adding 24 more banks and credit unions to the rolls.