Apple CEO Tim Cook says developers are showing more interest in developing for the Apple Watch than they did in developing for the iPhone and iPad at the same stage of their existence.
Apple, in response to concerns that they would not be paying artists during the three-month free trial period the company will offer to Apple Music subscribers, has relented and says it will pay the artist’s during the trial period.
Last week we gave you iPhone 6/6 Plus wallpaper for your Mac, and this week we’re going to give your iPhone 6 a bit of a retro Mac Pro feeling.
Apple has announced that owners of some iMacs that are equipped with a 3 terabyte hard drive may be eligible to have the hard drive replaced free of charge. Apple says the hard drives may fail “under certain conditions.”
The Mineola, N.Y. school district has moved around 75% of its curriculum to the Apple iPad. All students in grades 3 through 9 are involved in the ambitious program.
Apple has pulled the original iPad mini from its online store. It has also removed all other references to its original smaller iPad. Refurbished models of the original mini are still available in the Apple Online Store.
Apple Music listeners who are also Taylor Swift fans will have to listen elsewhere for their “1989” album fix, as both Apple and Taylor Swift’s label Big Machine Records confirmed that “1989” will not be available on the service.
Documents from the Sony data breach show that Apple requested 4K video content from Sony for the purpose of testing both digital distribution and on-demand streaming.
A number of bloggers and news sites are upset over a mass email sent by Apple to introduce them to Apple News, the new app for iOS that will deliver curated news stories, which will include custom layouts, photo galleries, and other features to iPhone and iPad users.
Samsung is asking the U.S. Federal Court of Appeals to reconsider part of their recent ruling that would lead to Apple receiving $548 million in damages in their patent damages suit agains the Korean firm.
There’s a little under two weeks to go until the official launch of Apple Music, and the service is beginning to show up in iOS 8.4 and iOS 9 betas, with the latest appearance including a Radio tab in the Music app, which includes a Beats 1 demo.
Apple has been hit with a $647,000 USD fine for requiring Taiwanese carrier to get pricing approval from the company for iPhone plans.
A report today discusses how Apple design chief Jony Ive is working alongside retail head Angela Ahrendts in order to take the Apple Retail Stores in a new direction. The duo are said to be focusing on bringing a “premium feel” to both the stores and Apple’s product packaging, beginning in July.
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Audio and video equipment manufacturer Monster claims that Apple has pulled the MFi certification for its accessories due to a lawsuit Monster filed against the Apple-owned Beats Electronics.
A team of six researchers has discovered three serious vulnerabilities in Apple’s iOS and OS X operating systems. The flaws have been used to successfully steal data, including passwords and secret authentication keys.