Google is celebrating the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express mail delivery system with a game doodle taking the place of the usual Google logo on their search page.
AgileBits on Tuesday announced an upcoming update to its popular iOS password management app 1Password. The updated app will include Apple Watch support.
Apple on Tuesday announced that its 26th annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held June 8 through June 12 at San Francisco’s Moscone West.
Music streaming service Pandora Radio released an updated iOS app on Monday, adding Apple Watch support ahead of the device’s April 24th release.
Talks between Apple and China’s state-owned credit and debit card processor UnionPay for a deal to launch Apple Pay services in that country have broken down
Apple on Monday seeded the first beta of iOS 8.4 to registered developers. The beta seed comes five days after iOS 8.3 was released to the public. The new beta introduces a revamped Music app.
While Apple collects 30% of any revenue from iOS apps, it reportedly only collects 15% of any revenue collected from Apple TV apps.
Just as April showers bring May flowers, the release of an Apple product is usually followed by seeing it marked up for some obscene amount on eBay, and Apple Watch pre-orders are no exception.
It’s taken less than a year for Apple’s Swift programming language to take the top spot as the “most loved” language among developers.
Apple’s iOS 8.3 security settings is preventing file manager and transfer utilities such as iFunBox, iTools, iBackupBot and others from gaining access to app directories on iOS devices.
Apple on Monday announced updates for Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor app for the Mac. The updates include new features for motion graphics and key enhancements to accelerate video editing, packaging and delivery.
Payment service provider InstaMed has announced that it is integrating Apple Pay support, making it the first application of Apple mobile payments platform in the healthcare sector.
An informal poll reveals that nearly all customers who schedule an Apple Watch try-on appointment walk away with a pre-order for the new wearable.
Friday saw the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office hand down a final decision that invalidated a so-called “podcasting patent” that had been used by holder Personal Audio, LLC to sue a number of podcasters.
It is estimated that there were nearly 1 million Apple Watch pre-orders placed in the U.S. on April 10, the first day pre-orders for Apple’s wearable were available.
MacTrast’s own Ian Fuchs visited his local Apple Store today, somewhere in the wilds of the Chicago area, and checked out the Apple Watch.