Apple announced today that their new mobile payments solution, Apple Pay, will launch on Monday October 20, alongside the iOS 8.1 update.
Apple has announced that OS X Yosemite, the new operating system for the Mac is available for download today via the Mac App Store.
Apple finally gave some update love to their Mac mini today, bumping up the specs, while lowering the price by $100. The new Mac mini features fourth generation Intel Core processors, integrated graphics that are up to 90% faster, 802.11ac Wi-Fi and Thunderbolt 2.
At today’s Apple event, the company debuted the all new iPad Air 2. The new tablet features a über-thin 6.1mm profile, a Touch ID sensor, a faster A8X processor, improved iSight and FaceTime cameras, and a new gold color option.
Apple has posted the full video of today’s iPad Air 2/Retina iMac event on their website. The video should be available via the Apple Keynotes podcasts later today, via the iTunes Store.
Today’s big Apple event is sure to bring some upgrade goodness into the lives of Apple users everywhere. But what will be announced? Sure, we’re expecting iPad and iMac upgrades, but will there be surprises? Unexpected announcements? Pony rides?
If you’re an Apple TV owner, you may have noticed the “Apple Events” channel has returned to the main menu this morning. The channel will allow viewers to watch a live stream of today’s event.
Consider this your obligatory notice: The Apple online store is down! The Apple online store is down!
Variety reports actor Christian Bale is in talks to play the leading role in Sony’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic. Negotiations with Bale are said to have begun following Leonardo DiCaprio’s withdrawal from negotiations.
Apple is reportedly planning to pull Fitbit activity trackers from the selves in its retail stores as it prepares to launch its own Apple Watch wearable device.
Apple jumped the gun today and updated its iPad User Guide for iOS 8 with screenshots that confirm rumored details about the company’s upcoming iPad updates, due to be introduced at Thursday’s Apple event.
Cord cutters will be glad to learn that premium cable network HBO is planning to make their service without a cable subscription beginning in 2015.
Skype has announced the release of version 5.6 of its iPhone app, which sports a user interface optimized for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. An iOS8 optimized version of the app debuted in late September.
The latest in Rovio’s über popular Angry Birds series of games, “Angry Birds Transformers,” has hit the App Store worldwide today.
U2 frontman Bono would like you to know that he’s really sorry about that whole automatic iTunes album download thing that happened with their recent “Songs of Innocence” album.
Apple will soon offer its female employees a fertility benefit of up to $20,000 to put toward the costs of freezing their eggs. Advocates say Apple’s program, which will start in January, gives female employees the freedom to seek career advancement without worrying about their future plans for a family. Bravo Apple! Bravo!