Safari users who have experienced issues getting content from Twitter’s shortened “t.com” links with an HTTPS URL to load in their browser will be glad to hear that Apple says a fix is on the way.
Apple continues to improve its Maps app, as Thursday saw thew addition of four new Flyover locales, public transit data for the Los Angeles area, more European locales with Nearby POI suggestions, and Traffic info for Hong Kong and Mexico.
California state legislators have joined New York state in considering whether to ban the sale of electronic devices that offer unbreakable encryption.
A photo on Apple Canada’s iOS 9.3 preview page suggests the operating system’s new feature, Night Shift, could be integrated into the iOS Control Center, making it easier to turn the feature on and off.
Apple announced on Thursday it will be opening its first iOS app development center in Europe at a partnering institution in Naples, Italy.
Apple on Wednesday launched an update for Garageband for iOS. Version 2.1 offers a new feature called Live Loops, and adds support for the iPad Pro, and iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus.
Apple on Wednesday debuted a new addition to its iOS app lineup, unveiling the Music Memos app, designed to “capture your song ideas, whenever inspiration strikes.”
The India Times reports that Apple has taken the first major step toward opening the first official Apple retail location in India.
ESPN’s Skipper Says Apple is Frustrated in Its Efforts to Make Content Deals for Streaming TV Service
ESPN President John Skipper says Apple is “frustrated” by it’s inability to make deals with content providers for its much-rumored streaming television package for the Apple TV.
Apple released iOS 9.2.1 to an eagerly awaiting public on Tuesday. The update is the first released for iOS 9.2 since its initial release in December 2015.
Apple on Tuesday released OS X 10.11.3 El Capitan to the public. The release marks the third update to Apple’s latest Mac operating system, which was released on September 30, 2015.
Apple is quietly supplying products and equipment to the Super Bowl 50 committee, but has flown under the radar, requesting that its logo and name not be included in any of the NFL’s marketing materials.
Apple has posted its latest EEO-1 statement, which provides a breakdown of the diversity of the company’s workforce.
Amnesty International says child labor is being used in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to mine the cobalt used in lithium-ion batteries found in a number of products from Apple, Samsung, Volkswagen, Sony, Daimler, and others.
A bomb threat against Apple’s facilities in Ireland on Monday led to the evacuation of 4,800 employees. The employees were allowed to return to the buildings after an all-clear was given by officials.
Apple has dedicated its entire homepage today to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day.