Apple on Monday released the first betas of OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 and iOS 8.1.1 to developers. The OS X Yosemite beta comes almost three weeks after the public release of Yosemite, while the iOS 8.1.1 seed comes two weeks after the release of iOS 8.1 to the public.
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We reported yesterday that the upcoming Apple bond sale would include a component denominated in euros. The company has today filed a prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Commission outlining its general plans.
I don’t know about you, but it irritates me just a bit whenever I connect my iOS device to my Mac and iPhoto pops up. Here’s how to prevent that.
Apple Pay will definitely make paying for merchandise and services much easier at participating merchants, but what does Apple get out of the deal? We mean besides the 0.15% of each transaction we already know about.
It appears Christian Bale will not be starring in Sony’s upcoming Steve Jobs biopic after all. The Hollywood Reporter says the actor has decided that he was “not right for the part,” of the Apple co-founder, and has decided to withdraw from the film.
If you’re looking for a job, you might check out the official Apple jobs website, where the company is looking for an “Apple Watch Evangelist.” The position will work closely with third-party developers to promote development for Apple’s upcoming wearables platform.
Following a successful pilot program at a pair of its properties, the Starwood hotel chain announced today the official launch of its SPG Keyless program that allows hotel guests to check in and even unlock their hotel room doors via their iPhones, or Android device.
Apple is expected to host a call for investors today, arranging for a new bond deal that will come, at least in part, in euros. Deutsche Bank and Goldman Sachs will also reportedly participate in the call.
The Apple Watch launch will come in the “spring,” according to a video message to employees by Apple Senior Vice President of Retail Angel Ahrendts.
It’s always interesting to see what a steady diet of potatoes and vodka will do to a brain. Russian media reports say a big mock-up of an iPhone, erected in St. Petersburg as a monument to late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, has been taken down following Apple CEO Tim Cook’s announcement that he is gay.
Here’s an exclusive chance to get the great Limited Edition Code Black Drone + HD Camera for a great pre-order price, and get delivery in time for Christmas! Yup, we said Christmas!
A new report from Mac Otakara claims to share new details about the much-rumored “iPad Pro” tablet. Development on the device has reportedly been delayed as Apple attempts to catch up with demand for the iPhone 6 Plus.
Sam’s Club warehouse club will be selling the iPhone 6 starting at $99 for a 16GB model, starting November 15th. The pricing, according to a leaked flyer posted by GottaDeal.com, also includes a 64GB model at $199, and a 128GB model for $299. All prices are with a 2 year contract.
The Philips Grooming app is a free, personal advisor, that men can use to see what various facial hair styles look like on their face, as well as get shaving tips and recommendations for their personal facial hair desires.
Even though the NFL season is half over, (not halftime, that’s something entirely different), there’s still time to set up your ultimate fan cave in time for the College bowl games, and that big game that comes at the end of the NFL season.
Hope you didn’t have any plans for the rest of the weekend… You’ve likely heard of the Internet Archive, a non-profit organization who is working toward building a library of the digital world. This weekend the organization opened a new wing of their site, the Internet Arcade — a selection of more than 900 fully playable, online arcade games from the 1970s through the 1990s.