Apple continues the steady flow of new short ads promoting various features of their devices. Tuesday saw the release of an ad promoting the “Hey Siri” feature of the iPhone 6s, starring comedic actor Bill Hader.
Apple has reported its fiscal Q4 2015 earnings results on Tuesday, showing record revenue of $51.5 billion and $11.1 billion in profit for the July to September three month period.
Here’s where we’ll liveblog Apple’s fiscal Q4 2015 earnings call, as it happens. No need to refresh, the blog will auto update. Come back at 5:00PM Eastern (2:00PM Pacific) for all the action!
Apple on Tuesday released the first beta of iOS 9.2 to developers. Also released was a beta of Xcode 7.2.
Apple on Monday updated its iOS and Mac Maps apps to include Flyover locations for a number of cities, as well as “Nearby” locations listing for Australia, Canada, France, and Germany.
A federal judge has ruled in favor of a previous jury decision that orders Apple to pay the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation for infringing on a processor patent held by the foundation.
Apple continues to debut new ads focusing on the iPhone 6s/6s Plus and its updated camera features. The latest ad is a short 15-second spot, featuring the Live Photos feature.
Apple is planning to open its first Singapore retail location in late 2016, at the Knightsbridge luxury shopping mall. Pure Fitness, the current tenant in what will become the stores location will vacate the space on December 15th.
Transit directions are going live for Apple Maps users in Sydney, Australia today, adding another major city to feature, which launched as a part of iOS 9.
We should have all seen this one coming… A class-action lawsuit was filed against Apple on Friday, claiming that the company didn’t properly warn users that the new Wi-Fi Assist feature that debuted in iOS 9 would use data from their cellular plan.
Apple on Friday released iCloud for Windows 5, which includes support for iCloud Photo Library, and two-factor Apple ID authentication.
It’s the 14th anniversary of the introduction of the original iPod. The first iPod – which debuted on October 23, 2001 – weighed in at 6.5 ounces, boasted a whopping 5GB hard drive, capable of storing up to 1,000 CD-quality songs, and cost a mere $399!
A press release by Apple on Friday confirms the company will offer a livestream of its fiscal year 2015 fourth quarter financial results conference call.
Apple on Thursday released an update for their iMovie video editing app for iOS devices. The update brings 4K video support to the iPad Air 2, while also fixing a number of bugs.
If you have a new iPhone 6s, you may have noticed it doesn’t respond to “Hey Siri,” when it’s face-down on the table, or in your pocket. Turns out, that’s by design.
In the spirit of “what the hell, it’s only two months to Christmas,” we present the Best Buy “Top 15 Tech Gifts for 2015” list. The list is the result of a nationwide study conducted by the big-box electronics retailer.