Apple’s iOS 8 HealthKit technology is already in use at 14 of the top 23 U.S. hospitals, and is showing early promise as a way for doctors to remotely monitor patients while lowering costs.
Rumors have circulated for years that Apple will be getting into the TV business, but so far nothing has come to fruition. But now, Re/code reports that industry executives are telling them that Apple is in talks with TV programmers about content deals that would allow it to offer a pay-TV service.
Apple published new install stats for iOS 8 on Tuesday, and 72% of iOS devices that access the App Store are now running iOS 8. 25% are still running iOS 7, while 3% are running iOS 6 or later.
Apple’s iOS was still the undisputed leader in mobile ad revenue in 2014,capturing 51.67% of ad revenue, and 27.18% of traffic during the fourth quarter, closing out 2014 as the leader in dollars earned.
Apple’s iPhone took the U.S. smartphone sales crown for the fourth quarter of 2014 by the slim margin of 0.1%. This is the first time since 2012 that the iPhone took the top spot.
A number of dark, camera-equipped minivans have been spotted on the streets in the Bay Area, and at least one of the vans can be tracked back to Apple.
Citing the ever popular “trusted source,” BGR reports that Apple will be releasing iOS 8.2 to the public in March. iOS 8.2 is required for the company’s upcoming Apple Watch, due to debut in April.
While I don’t fully understand how some folks can look at a new iPhone 6 and think, “How can I torture this device?” we’re glad they do. YouTuber TechRax has taken his new iPhone 6 and put it through two torture tests that the average user might not dream of.
Apple has announced the addition of another 15 banks and credit unions to their list of financial institutions supporting Apple Pay, bringing the total number to over 60 institutions.
Principal filming of the Steve Jobs biopic is finally underway, and we now have on-set photos showing actors Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen in their roles as Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Apple looks to be making significant progress at their Campus 2 construction site, as the company is wrapping up demolition and street utilities work, and looks to have a good start on building construction.
As a part of his new budget, U.S. President Barack Obama has proposed a one-time 14 percent levy on earnings held by U.S. companies overseas.
The Mesa, Arizona facility formerly used by GT Advanced Technologies for its failed sapphire glass effort will be turned into a new green “global command” data center via a $2 billion investment from Apple. AppleInsider: The failed sapphire plant will…
Apple seeded the fifth beta of iOS 8.2 to developers on Monday, as well as a new beta of Xcode 6.2 with WatchKit. iOS 8.2 and the WatchKit tools will allow developers to create apps for the Apple Watch, due to be released in April.
Apple filed a prospectus on Monday with the Securities and Exchange Commission, reportedly hoping to sell $5 billion worth of new debt.
Apple has released a new version of its holiday iPad ad, “The Song” just in time for the Chinese New Year. The new version uses Asian actresses to tell the story of a young girl who finds a vintage record her grandmother recorded, and uses it to create a duet to give to her.