A new app, the crowdsourced Pay Finders, helps users easily find which local merchants accept Apple Pay.
Apple’s Tim Cook Tells Employees “Apple is Open” Following Australian Store’s Barring of Black Teens
Apple CEO Tim Cook has addressed all Apple employees today in reference to the unfortunate incident earlier this week at a Melbourne, Australia Apple Store that saw a group of black teens being removed from the store due to their race.
Verizon Wireless, the only one of the big four U.S. carriers to not offer Wi-Fi Calling for the iPhone. has taken a big step toward turning the feature on.
In the wake of its launch of the über-large iPad Pro, Apple is spotlighting apps and games that take advantage of the tablet’s 12.9-inch display, and capabilities.
All things must come to an end, and that goes for Beats Music too, as the music streaming service will officially shutdown its operations on November 30th.
Following months of testing, Firefox for iOS is now available for download from the App Store.
DeNA and Capcom have announced several classic characters from the popular Street Fighter series will be making their debut in DeNA’s strategic battle RPG, Blood Brothers 2.
A growing number of Mac users are reporting an issue with some apps downloaded from the Mac App Store.
Readdle, maker of such popular iOS app as Documents 5, PDF Expert 5, Printer Pro, and more, has announced the release of PDF Expert for the Mac.
Atlantia Software has come up with a new iOS and Apple TV app, moviElect. The app allows multiple users to browse through “movie cards” on their iPhone, and then swipe up to send them to the moviElect app running on a central Apple TV. Once everyone has selected their candidate, moviElect will randomly choose a winner with the click of a button.
Apple on Wednesday seeded the third beta of OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan to its public beta tester group.
Turing Limited and Papertank Limited have released Trivia Night for the Apple TV. The group claims it is the first multiplayer trivia quiz game for the new Apple TV.
The iPad Pro is available for order today, and announcements of added iPad Pro and Apple Pencil support for iPad apps are beginning to roll in. We’re updating the list as we find more apps, so be sure to check back.
During a visit to Dublin on Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the company will add 1,000 additional positions at its international operations in Cork, Ireland, bringing the total number of workers there to 6,000.
Apple announced on Tuesday that it is now allowing developers to invite up to 2,000 users to beta test iOS and tvOS apps via the TestFlight beta testing platform.
As promised earlier this week, Apple is now accepting orders for the iPad Pro through both its online store and the Apple Store app.