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While Microsoft’s Outlook app for iOS has supported the Apple Watch in previous versions, the features were limited to seeing a tiny bit of the text from incoming emails. The company’s new version of the app now allows users to see the full email, and even reply to messages from the Watch.
A study published this week indicates the number of iPhone users that are willing to try out Apple Pay has declined over the past three months. The study also notes a decline in usage rates from both casual and previously committed iPhone users.
Apple earned a court victory this week, as a U.S. District Court Judge dismissed on Tuesday a group lawsuit sought by former iPhone user Adrienne Moore that claimed Apple’s messaging system interfered with the delivery of her texts following her switch from the iPhone over to the Android platform.
Kantar Worldpanel ComTech released new data on Q2 2015 global smartphone sales this week, and it shows the iPhone increasing its marketshare in every country surveyed, excepting the United States, where its share slipped by 2.3%.
Apple on Tuesday directly denied rumors that it was planning to launch its own mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) service in the United States and Europe.
Apple updated their list of banks and credit unions that participate in their Apple Pay mobile payments service, adding 46 more financial institutions to the roster.
Telstra, Australia’s largest mobile carrier on Monday announced that it would be offering a free 12-month trial of Apple Music with a 12 or 24 month Go Mobile Plan.
A pilot thought his iPhone was a total loss when it flew out the open door of his single engine plane at 9,300 feet. But he found it relatively unscathed, and made a new four-legged friend in the process.
While you should never drop your iPhone 6 Plus into the water, a little water on its wallpaper never hurt anyone. Here’s some refreshing moisture for your device.
Photos of a new series of parts, allegedly destined for Apple’s upcoming “iPhone 6s,” show updated internal components, while indicating the outward design of the device will remain basically unchanged.
With every iPhone comes a set of fairly decent headphones called EarPods. While the EarPods are a fairly basic set of earphones, they do have some great hidden features that allow you to control your music and phone calls, and can even work with Siri.
Volkswagen on Wednesday announced that the company’s first vehicles with CarPlay support have begun arriving at dealerships. The 2016 models are equipped with the company’s next-generation MIB-II infotainment system.
Flexibits has given their popular calendar app, Fantastical 2 for iPhone, an update, bringing it up to version 2.4. The update adds a feature to allow users to create event drafts, and also added full Japanese localization.
T-Mobile announced on Tuesday that it has added Apple Music to the Music Freedom list of streaming services that Simple Choice customers can listen to without the cellular data counting against their monthly 4G data plan.
Cowen and Company analyst Timothy Arcuri sent a note to investors recently saying he can no long find any evidence that Apple is working on a much-rumored “iPhone 6c” for this fall.