Is Fido looking a little chubby? Does he seem to pant even more than usual after running up a flight of stairs? Then take him for a walk over to the Apple Store, and grab a Whistle Activity Monitor, which officially goes on sale today in Apple’s North American retail stores.
Amazon will not only be opening a retail store in Manhattan, but will also be opening “pop-up” temporary locations in San Francisco and Sacramento during the holiday shopping season.
A thread popped up on Reddit Monday, with a link to a list of Dropbox usernames and passwords allegedly obtained from a Dropbox security breach. However, the company says its servers were not breached, instead laying the blame at the feet of third-party services.
If your paws aren’t big enough to allow one-handed typing on that iPhone 6 Plus you picked up recently, a new third-party keyboard could bring one-handed typing back on your “HUGE!” iPhone.
Apple Service Providers in Greece will soon be providing after-sales service for Beats headphones and speakers, suggesting Apple could be soon supplying the same service in countries with Apple retail stores.
Apple’s new Apple Pay mobile payments system will soon be here, and will be supported by a number of retailers and restaurants, including McDonald’s, who will even accept payment from your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus at the drive-thru.
Details are beginning to come out about Apple’s supplier non-disclosure agreements as the bankruptcy proceedings of GT Advanced Technologies continue.
New images of what is said to be the logic board for the iPad Air 2, indicate the device will include an advanced A8X chip, and possibly 2GB of RAM.
Apple released the sixth beta of OS X Yosemite to its beta testers on Monday. The release comes just short of a week after the release of the fifth beta of the operating system on Tuesday of last week.
If you’re holding your breath waiting for Apple to introduce a new 12-inch Retina display MacBook Air at Thursday’s event, you might want to take a sweet sip of oxygen, because it’s not happening.
The launch of Apple Pay, Apple’s new NFC and Touch ID-based mobile payments service grows ever nearer, and the Cupertino firm is getting ready for the launch by kicking off training programs for its own retail store employees, as well as working with retailers who will participate in the service later this month.
Finland’s Prime Minister Alexander Stubb tells CNBC he knows what to blame for the recent downgrade to his country’s sovereign debt rating: Apple’s iPhone and iPad.
Apple Announces iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to Arrive in 36 More Countries and Territories by End of Oct.
Apple has announced the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be available in 36 additional countries and territories across Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Latin America and Africa by the end of October.
There are just a few days left until Apple’s October 16 event, and new photos of components said to be from an iPad Air 2 have been published. The images include a logic board, home button flex cable, front panel, and a volume control flex cable.
A leaked internal memo to employees of drugstore chain Walgreens suggests Apple’s new Apple Pay electronic payments service will go live on Saturday, October 18.
Pad & Quill, makers of beautifully crafted leather bags and cases for the iPhone, iPad, and MacBook, have introduced two gorgeous new cases, the Little Pocket Book for iPhone 6, and the Bella Fino for iPhone 6 Plus.