Credit card company Discover announced on Monday that it has an agreement in place with Apple that will finally allow Discover card members to make use of Apple Pay. Support is expected to kickoff in the fall.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts Apple’s second fiscal quarter of 2015 will show moderate gains, with strong showings from the iPhone and Mac.
Apple on Sunday enabled a feature in the iTunes Store to allow users to contribute to the American Red Cross to support relief efforts following the Nepal earthquake.
Apple on Thursday updated their beta testing service TestFlight to offer support for WatchKit apps on the Apple Watch. The update also includes stability and performance enhancements.
Although the Apple Watch won’t be in user’s hot little hands, (and wrists), until Friday, Apple will reportedly flip the switch to make the Apple Watch App Store go live later today.
A report on Thursday says Apple’s long-neglected iPod touch lineup, which hasn’t seen any significant update love since 2012, will be updated this year.
Apple on Thursday released an iMac Graphics Update to fix an issue that caused recent models of the computer to freeze up after viewing very large JPEG files.
Apple will announce their earnings for the second fiscal quarter of 2015, (1st calendar quarter of 2015), on Monday, April 27, 2015, at 2:00PM PDT/5:00PM EDT
Apple retail head Angel Ahrendts on Tuesday sent out a video to Apple Retail employees, updating them on the Apple Watch and MacBook launches, and reaffirming Apple’s decision to restrict the products to online orders only.
Apple raised its lobbying efforts to a new record in the first quarter of 2015, although the company’s spending in the nation’s capital still lags well behind other tech companies, such as Microsoft, Google, and others.
Tuesday saw Apple update a number of their iOS and OS X apps. Most apps simply received bug fixes and performance improvements, with the exception of Keynote, which gained support for the Keynote Remote Apple Watch app.
Law enforcement officials have made some outlandish claims about Apple’s iOS device encryption, but Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr. may have taken the top prize.
Apple on Monday shared its 2015 Environmental Responsibility Report, listing the strides it has made in its effort to “leave the world better than we found it.”
Apple has added Porsche to the list of car companies that are promising support for CarPlay, the iPhone-based infotainment center. The company also added a number of countries to its list of nations where CarPlay is available.
If you entered the lottery for the privilege of buying a ticket to Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference, (WWDC 2015), you should be receiving an email soon if you won.
Apple is reportedly readying a November launch for Apple Pay in Canada. The Wall Street Journal reports the Cupertino firm is in negotiations with six Canadian banks for a November launch of the service.