So yeah, you paid over $9K for that new Mac Pro, and people keep throwing their trash into the top of it, and you have nightmares that someone is going to slip into your office and steal the damn thing. Well, we can’t help you with the first thing, but we can help you in the theft worries department…
A new video from Chinese blog iFanr gives a closer look at what appears to be a front panel from a 4.7-in iPhone 6, and gives a good comparison to the current iPhone 5s.
While analysts weren’t bullish on Apple last year, with many holding the belief that the company’s stock had seen better days, Fortune reports that Apple’s 7-for-1 stock split and stock repurchase plan is changing the way those same analysts are viewing the company’s stock.
Apple lowered the trade-in values for its iPhone Reuse and Recycling Program in the U.S. and Canada, on Tuesday, knocking as much as $45 off what they’ll pay you for older models of the iPhone.
Apple announced last week that it would be discontinuing development on its professional level Aperture photo management application to focus on the development of the new “Photos” app, expected early next year. Details on the new app were scarce at the time, however more information has now come to light.
Apple updated iMovie for Mac on Tuesday, the minor update includes a fix for the issue that saw some users experiencing an unexpected app crash.
Apple has announced on its Investor Relations webpage that it has set July 22nd as the date for its Fiscal Q3 2014 earnings call. It will be the first such event for the company’s new CFO, Luca Maestri, since he officially took over the role of CFO. The call will take place at 2:00PM Pacific / 5:00 PM Eastern time.
A new report today says Samsung Electronics and Globalfoundries are making plans to begin building 14-nanometer mobile chips in small quantities at a New York-based fabrication facility in early 2015. This could set the stage for the companies to team up to build “A9″ chips for Apple.
Apple has announced nine additional partners for its CarPlay initiative, marking the first expansion of the list since the feature’s March introduction.
Apple is making some significant changes in its AppleCare support offerings. It will be extending the purchase window for buying AppleCare+ to 60 days, and will be discontinuing the standard AppleCare offering in order to concentrate on sales of AppleCare+, which provides support for up to two incidents of accidental damage, in addition to two years of premium support.
Apple iPod fans throughout Europe, Asia, and South America now have the opportunity to grab Apple’s new 16GB iPod touch, as the revamped model has launched in a number of new countries just five short days after its debut in the United States. The new model offers feature parity with its larger touch siblings, including a 5MP iSight rear-facing camera.
AgileBits recently released an iOS 8 beta version of their popular password manager app, 1Password, that takes advantage of two new features of iOS 8′s new APIs allowing developers to use the iPhone 5s’s Touch ID fingerprint scanner, and Extensions, which allow developers to integrate their own software into share sheets with other apps.
Mid-June saw a report from The Wall Street Journal claiming that Nuance, the company behind the speech recognition technology that powers Apple’s virtual assistant Siri, was in talks to be acquired by Samsung Electronics. A new report, this time from Wired, says Apple is putting together its own in-house speech recognition team to power future versions of Siri.
Apple today launched their annual Back to School promotion, offering qualified educational purchasers a $100 Apple Store gift card with the purchase of a new Mac, or a $50 gift card with the purchase of an iPhone or iPad.
As we reported awhile back, Apple’s annual Back to School promotion will kickoff tomorrow, July 1st. Apple will be redecorating its retail stores during the overnight hours tonight and early tomorrow to reflect the promotion.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, and Internet Software and Services head Eddy Cue have once more been invited to Investment bank Allen & Co.’s annual conference in Sun Valley, Idaho.