The Pixelmator Team has updated their popular Pixelmator for iOS app. Version 2.0 offer a new Dynamic Touch feature, which lets users adjust the stroke size of all of the app’s retouch tools without changing the brush settings.
Apple Pay debuted in the United Kingdom on Tuesday, and there was at least one hitch. HSBC customers found that they are unable to use the mobile payments service, despite the banks status as an official launch partner.
Apple has released an update to its iTunes media manager. iTunes 12.2.1 fixes a critical issue that caused matched music tracks in iTunes Match to be converted to Apple Music DRM-protected content.
The United States Federal Trade Commission is said to be looking into claims that Apple’s rules for in-app purchases of rival streaming music apps available in the App Store is illegal under federal antitrust law.
A U.K. man was arrested for suspicion of stealing electricity, after using an outlet on an overground train to charge his iPhone.
In the midst of the ongoing Greek financial crisis, the capital controls the Greek government has slapped on residents preventing them from making payments abroad means Greek iCloud subscribers have been unable to make payments to renew their premium storage plans.
The Internet is running out of standard 32-bit IPv4 addresses, and the switch to the 128-bit IPv6 format has been underway for awhile.
A new report from Canaccord Genuity estimates Apple grabbed 92% of the profit in the world’s smartphone market, while recording only 20% of actual smartphone sales.
Apple could have another class-action lawsuit on its hands as a group of Retina display MacBook Pro owners are up in arms over “Staingate.”
Apple on Friday released an OS X El Capitan Beta Supplemental Update that is intended to fix “an issue that may cause some 32-bit apps to quit unexpectedly.”
If you’re one of the lucky baseball fans who have tickets to this year’s MLB All-Star game in Cincinnati, Ohio on July 14th, you’ll be glad to know you can pay for your concessions and souvenirs via Apple Pay.
Samsung is planning on moving up the launch of the Galaxy Note 5 by one month, in order to avoid getting lost in the hubbub over the launch of Apple’s “iPhone 6s” in September.
Apple on Thursday debuted two new iPhone ads, carrying the tagline: “If it’s not an iPhone, it’s not an iPhone.” The ads highlight what makes the iPhone unique compared to other smartphones and platforms.
Apple released public betas of both iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan on Thursday. Apple had announced at WWDC 2015 last month that public betas of both of its operating systems would be made available sometime this month.
Microsoft has officially launched its Office 2016 for Mac productivity suite, including new versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.
T-Mobile continues to shake up the wireless industry with its new Uncarrier Amped offering, “Mobile Without Borders.” The carrier will offer its U.S. customers free telephone roaming to and from Mexico and Canada, including voice, text, and for the first time, 4G LTE data.