Much like a horror film antagonist, some rumors just refuse to die, being continually brought back to life. This time it’s the “iPhone 6c.”
Apple CEO Tim Cook is part of a group of investors who have put money into Nebia, a San Francisco-based startup whose creation is a water-efficient shower head.
Rite Aid pulled a 180 today, announcing that its 4,600 stores in the United States will begin accepting Apple Pay and Google Wallet as a payment option beginning August 15.
In a note to investors, KGI Securities has predicted a strong possibility that the “iPhone 6s” will show either zero or negative sales growth in Q4 2015.
With Force Touch an all but confirmed feature of the upcoming “iPhone 6s,” 9to5Mac reports their sources who have used the device have clued them into on how Force Touch works and feels on the device.
Steve Jobs: Insanely Great comes in at around 225 pages. While the page count might be small, the content means more, because it’s a graphic novel, presenting Jobs’ life in a series of black and white drawings.
A new video from Unbox Therapy shows what is allegedly a gold rear shell for the upcoming, yet unannounced “iPhone 6s” handset. The video suggests that Apple has reinforced sections of the shell in order to avoid another over-hyped “Bendgate” hullabaloo.
American Express announced on Monday that the company is the first to debut Apple Support for corporate credit cards in the United States.
While the European Commission failed to find evidence that Apple had conspired with music labels to bring an end to free music streaming services, investigators files will remain open as Spotify continues licensing talks with major labels.
This week, we bring you the new iOS 9 wallpaper collection. Apple has added some great abstract landscapes, shots of planets, explosions of color, and more. Downloading these will allow you to have a bit of iOS 9 on your iPhone, without having to go through all of that beta nuttiness.
A new report from BuzzFeed’s John Paczkowski, claims Apple will hold its annual fall iPhone event on September 9th.
We took a look around the web on Thursday to check out the new features users are discovering in the latest iOS 9 developer beta seed. It turns out that Beta 5 has a few surprises, and you’re probably going to like them.
Apple made a major change to its website on Thursday, integrating its online store with the main website. The company has done away with the standalone “store.apple.com” subdomain, and the “Store” tab has been removed from the top menu of the site.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the fifth beta of watchOS 2 to developers for testing. The beta comes just short of two weeks after the release of watch OS 2 beta four.
Apple on Thursday seeded the fifth beta of iOS 9 to developers. The new seed comes just a little over two weeks following the release of beta four.
Apple’s Jimmy Iovine sat down recently with the Evening Standard, and discussed all things Apple Music, including the company’s sudden reversal on not paying artist royalties during its trial period after facing Taylor Swift’s public wrath.