Curt Clifton of the Omni Group recently gave an informative talk on Apple Watch development. While anyone interested in the Apple Watch – and the way it works – should watch, it’s a definite must see for developers.
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Long running British Apple-focused print magazine MacUser has reached the end of the line. For thirty years the publication provided readers with reviews, buying advice, news, and features.
Apple Retail head Angela Ahrendts has told China’s Xinhua News Agency that Apple is in the midst of a major retail expansion in that country, and will be opening five retail stores there in the next five weeks.
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Although there is increasing talk that Apple may be looking at using its own home-grown A-series ARM processors in place of Intel CPUs in their Mac line of computers, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says his company’s relationship with the Cupertino firm remains “strong.”
The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards – music’s biggest night of the year – will take place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on February 8, and Apple is joining in the fun by giving U.S. listeners a chance to listen to nominated artists and songs via a special GRAMMY Effect iTunes Radio station.
Tony Fadell, “Father of the iPod,” and creator of the Nest thermostat will be taking over the reins at Google’s Glass division. Google plans to spin the wearable device off into it’s own division, separating it from the Google X research lab where it originated. The unit will be led by Ivy Ross, who will report to Fadell.
If you’ve been holding off on buying a 27-inch Retina Display iMac until Apple’s offers refurbished models, you can now exhale. Apple is now offering the 27-inch Retina Display iMac in the refurbished area of their online store.
While the unveiling of Apple’s new programming language Swift may have taken the developer community by surprise last year at WWDC 2014, it hasn’t taken them long to adapt the new method of developing for the iOS devices and the Mac.
iPhone case maker Urban Armor Gear took a stock iPhone 6, encased in the company’s composite case and sent it into space via a weather balloon. The company has now shared a video of the device’s journey, and you’ll be glad to know the iPhone survived. The rest of the rig… Not so much.
Apple has added about 1 million new iBooks users per week since they made the move to preinstall the app on devices as of the release of iOS 8.
“Glimpse” from developer Arno Appenzeller, allows you to take your favorite webpages and turn them into auto-refreshing widgets for your iOS 8 Today screen.
Parallels updated their Parallels Access for iOS app to version 2.5 on Thursday, adding iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus support, a new file manager, file sharing features, and more.
The class-action suit brought over 2011 MacBook Pro GPU failures has now expanded to include multiple states, and also brings new complaints against Apple, alleging the company deliberately concealed the problems.
T-Mobile took a step today to grab a bigger chunk of the prepaid cellphone market by announcing its new Simply Prepaid plans. The new monthly prepaid plans offer unlimited data, talk, and text for as little as $40 per month.
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