It’s already Thursday in Australia, and Apple Pay has gone live in the land down under. As in Canada, where the service went live earlier this week, the payments service is currently limited to American Express customers.
Apple on Wednesday seeded the fourth beta of iOS 9.2 to developers and public beta testers. The new seed comes just over a week after the release of the third beta seed.
In another sign of the impending apocalypse, for the first time ever, the Oxford Dictionaries Word of the Year is the ‘Face with Tears of Joy’ emoji.
Just in time for the holiday season, 128bit Technologies has updated their Free Fonts – Christmas Collection with 10 new commercial use fonts, bringing the total number of fonts to 50.
Apple’s planned new flagship store in Chicago will be located along the Chicago River, and the design will “echo” legendary architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s Prairie Style homes.
Apple has sent an email to developers explaining what happened with last week’s Mac App Store “damaged apps” issue, and tells them how to fix their affected apps.
Official Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock Now Available in Some Apple Stores (Updated: Available Online in U.S.)
Apple new official Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock is now available for purchase in some Apple Stores around the globe.
Apple has posted five new ads for their fourth-generation Apple TV. The short spots, all posted to Apple’s YouTube page, highlight a number of apps and games that are available on the new set top box.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the fourth beta of their upcoming OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan update to developers and public beta testers.
New photos, found by French site iGeneration, allegedly show packaging for Apple’s own “Magnetic Charging Dock” for the Apple Watch.
NBC new SeeSo comedy streaming service will offer limited free beta access to the public starting December 3rd. The service will be available by web browser-only during the trial period.
Apple has updated its Apple Pay participating issuers list today, adding 95 new U.S. banks, credit unions, and other financial institutions to the list of institutions supporting the mobile payments service.
Last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris have renewed the clarion call from U.S. officials who continue to push for U.S. government access to encrypted communications and other data.
T-Mobile-owned MetroPCS will be offering its own version of its parent company’s popular Music Freedom service that allows customers to listen to Apple Music and other popular music streaming services without eating into their data plan’s data allowance.
As we expected, Apple Pay is now available in Canada, but only for American Express customers. Meanwhile, in the UK, Apple Pay has added Tesco Bank and TSB to their support rolls.
Apple Music has one less competitor to worry about, although another of their foes just got a little bit stronger, as Pandora today announced its $75 million acquisition of “key assets” from Rdio.