Apple, in response to concerns that they would not be paying artists during the three-month free trial period the company will offer to Apple Music subscribers, has relented and says it will pay the artist’s during the trial period.
While there are plenty of toy vehicles, drones, and other toys that can be remotely controlled via an iPhone, this video shows off the ultimate toy, a Land Rover, being driven via an iPhone.
Apple has announced that owners of some iMacs that are equipped with a 3 terabyte hard drive may be eligible to have the hard drive replaced free of charge. Apple says the hard drives may fail “under certain conditions.”
Sprint today announced the expansion of its “Slash Your Payment in Half” promotional campaign to its Boost Mobile prepaid wireless subsidiary. Customers of the competing Cricket and MetroPCS prepaid wireless carriers can now lower their monthly payments by switching to Boost Mobile.
The Mineola, N.Y. school district has moved around 75% of its curriculum to the Apple iPad. All students in grades 3 through 9 are involved in the ambitious program.
A new Apple Watch app allows users to monitor the battery level of their iPhone right from their wrist. The new app, called Power, is available for 99 cents in the App Store.
Apple has pulled the original iPad mini from its online store. It has also removed all other references to its original smaller iPad. Refurbished models of the original mini are still available in the Apple Online Store.
Apple Music listeners who are also Taylor Swift fans will have to listen elsewhere for their “1989” album fix, as both Apple and Taylor Swift’s label Big Machine Records confirmed that “1989” will not be available on the service.
Apple on Thursday updated the way Apple Watch screenshots are displayed in the iOS App Store. Previously, Watch screenshots were normal, sharp-cornered screenshots. Now, they are displayed with rounded corners and a black border, for a much more appealing display.
Documents from the Sony data breach show that Apple requested 4K video content from Sony for the purpose of testing both digital distribution and on-demand streaming.
Pad & Quill, perhaps MacTrast’s absolute favorite maker of luxury cases for the iPhone and iPad, as well as backpacks and briefcases for the Mac, has unveiled a new line of luxury backpacks and briefcases, and we just had to share them with you!
A number of bloggers and news sites are upset over a mass email sent by Apple to introduce them to Apple News, the new app for iOS that will deliver curated news stories, which will include custom layouts, photo galleries, and other features to iPhone and iPad users.
Samsung is asking the U.S. Federal Court of Appeals to reconsider part of their recent ruling that would lead to Apple receiving $548 million in damages in their patent damages suit agains the Korean firm.
There’s a little under two weeks to go until the official launch of Apple Music, and the service is beginning to show up in iOS 8.4 and iOS 9 betas, with the latest appearance including a Radio tab in the Music app, which includes a Beats 1 demo.
Reuters reports that new data from digital commerce firm Slice Intelligence estimates Apple has sold 2.79 million units of the Apple Watch in the nearly two months since its release.
Apple has been hit with a $647,000 USD fine for requiring Taiwanese carrier to get pricing approval from the company for iPhone plans.