New images posted to Twitter by KCBS New’s traffic reporter Ron Cervi show construction at Apple’s new Spaceship campus is clicking right along. Cervi has been posting aerial shots of the campus to track construction progress for several months.
A report today from Reuters says Apple is likely to move production of their upcoming 14-nanometer A-Series processors away from TSMC and toward Samsung in 2015.
Apple debuted its new iTunes Pass service in Japanese Apple Store yesterday, and now the program – which allows users to buy iTunes Store credit without buying physical iTunes gift cards – is rolling out in the United States and Australia.
New photos of an alleged battery that will power the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 have been released, and they appear to show a capacity of 1,810 mAh for the power source. That would only be a modest improvement over the iPhone 5s battery, which is rated at 1,560 mAh.
Apple has agreed to $450 million to resolve U.S. state and consumer lawsuits claiming the company conspired with five major publishers to fix the prices of e-books sold in Apple’s iBookstore.
Investment firm Piper Jaffray believes that while Apple’s new partnership with IBM will strengthen its position in the corporate world, it probably won’t add up to much in terms of overall iOS device sales.
A new report says that the fourth beta version of iOS 8 will be seeded to developers on Monday, July 21. The release date would mark a two-week gap following the July 7 release of the third beta.
Today brings new photos of an alleged Touch ID fingerprint sensor said to be for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6. The photos show a unit that appears mostly similar to the current component, excepting some relocated screw holes.
Apple and IBM have just announced plans for a partnership that will team the two forces in a move to “transform enterprise mobility” with customized apps and services for iPhone and iPad.
A Tuesday report says that Apple has solved its purported construction problems for building the ultra-thin batteries destined for use in its next-generation iPhones, by bringing a new Taiwanese manufacturing partner into the fold.
Apple had previously only encrypted emails sent between iCloud users, and the company has now added that encryption to emails sent between iCloud and third-party services for me. com and mac.com email addresses.
The US Patent & Trademark Office has refused Apple’s application for a trademark for Touch ID. The decision was made back in May, but has only now been made public.
Even as the fall debut of iOS 8 is just a few months away, Apple’s iOS 7 mobile operating system continues to see a growing adoption rate. As of Sunday, 90% of all devices connected to the App Store are running iOS 7.
The latest iWatch rumor is fresh off the rumor mill in the Far East, and this one says Apple will release its wearable device in two screen sizes, 1.6 and 1.8-inches. The larger screen will also offer a sapphire glass option.
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney’s Name “Being Bandied About” for Head PR Post at Apple (UPDATED: “Nope”)
Former White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is likely one of the candidates to fill the PR Head vacancy Katie Cotton left behind when she retired earlier this year.
It looks as if Apple’s SVP of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue is taking his “cue” from the company’s CEO Tim Cook, as he is now offering a lunch date and a MacBook Air in a charity auction to benefit the National Association of Basketball Coaches Foundation.