Taylor Swift fans will be able to listen to her new album, “1989” on Apple Music when it debuts on June 30.
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Apple’s Calendar and Reminders web apps on the iCloud.com website are both currently down. Other iCloud web apps appear to be working properly.
Apple’s Beats 1 radio station, set to debut June 30 as a part of the new Apple Music streaming service, will feature shows hosted by a number of music celebrities.
T-Mobile has edited the text of the fine print of its 4G LTE Simple Choice plans to notify customers that there is a 21GB soft cap on their data usage, reports TmoNews.
Apple will be paying record labels 0.2 cents for each song streamed by Apple Music customers during the initial three-month free trial period.
Parents are always looking for an entertaining way to jumpstart their young offspring’s learning. In this review of Numbie, a basic math skills game for the iPhone and iPad, we take a look at the app that is designed to help your child learn and practice basic math skills with the use of entertaining puzzles and games.
The upcoming Apple Watch watchOS 2 update gives developers access to a load of new abilities, not the least of which is to use your Watch as a motion controller for gaming on your Apple TV!
Doesn’t it suck when you’re in the middle of a heavy workout, really getting into the groove, and your earbuds start shorting out from the sweat? Today’s MacTrast Deal, the VOXOA Water-Resistant Bluetooth Earbuds make those worries a thing of the past.
Apple has been in talks with a number of artists to set up exclusive content deals for their new Apple Music streaming service which launches on June 30. Now comes word that at least one of those sets of talks has bore fruit. Pharrell Williams is apparently one of the first artists to make a deal with Apple.
Apple has added 7 new Flyover cities to Apple Maps, bringing the total number of Flyover cities in Apple Maps to 148. The feature allows users to view a photorealistic flyover view of cities, including the ability to zoom in on buildings and other landmarks.
Apple has renewed the agreement giving it exclusive rights to use Liquidmetal Technologies’ unique metal alloys in its line of products. The extension, listed in a document filed on Monday with the SEC, extends the agreement until February 5, 2016.
Apple Pay is set to rollout to the United Kingdom in July, and with information being a bit sparse about the rollout, Apple has posted a FAQ on its website to explain how everything will work.
Apple’s decision to pay royalties during the three month free trial of Apple Music is paying off for the company, as Beggars Group and Merlin, which represents over 20,000 indie labels and distributors, are coming on board.
For those that want a more elegant way to charge or display their Apple Watch, there are various stands on the market. The Stand for Apple Watch by Nomad is one of the nicest available.
Apple has released the second beta of watchOS 2 to developers. The new Apple Watch operating system, which debuted during Apple’s WWDC 2015 Keynote event just over two weeks ago, saw its first beta release the day of the Keynote.
Coming just over two weeks following the release of the first beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan following its debut on stage at WWDC 2015, Apple has seeded the second beta of the Mac operating system to developers.