London police are investigating an incident of cyber flashing after a woman received unrequested photos of a man’s penis via the AirDrop function of her iPhone.
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Apple is reported to be working with over 40 technology companies to make the iPad more attractive to enterprise customers. The new initiative, the Mobility Partner Program (MPP), is an effort to rejuvenate flagging iPad sales.
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Google has released an update to its iOS app. Version 7.0 of the app adds always-on “Ok Google,” access, better local search results, and the ability to copy and paste from anywhere in the app.
Apple announced on Wednesday that its latest version of Boot Camp, just released as a system update for OS X Yosemite users, now supports 64-bit versions of the Windows 10 operating system.
Apple on Tuesday began contacting a small number of customers who have recently purchased a third-generation Apple TV. The company informed them that their device had shipped with an unspecified faulty part, and they would be receiving an brand-new unit in exchange for the faulty device.
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Apple has officially joined the NFC Forum, a non-profit industry association that develops specifications, ensuring interoperability among devices and services, and works to educate the market about NFC technology.
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A new report indicates Apple is putting the squeeze on A9 chip makers Samsung and TSMC, by pushing both companies for last-minute price concessions.
The iPad mini 4 may support split-screen applications in iOS 9. A resource file found in OS X El Capitan indicates support for a split-screen view in Safari on the iPad mini. 9to5Mac: The resource file shown above from the upcoming…
While rumors of the possibility of a 4-inch “iPhone 6c” release in the fall have continued to pop up, new data from mobile app marketing firm Fiksu’s July data logs indicate there will not be a release of a budget-priced iPhone 6 this year.
A new article posted by Quartz on Tuesday analyzed data from July for Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station, and came up with a list of the station’s most played songs, artists, and genres for the first full month of Beats 1’s existence.
Apple on Tuesday added 21 new cities to its Maps app’s 3D Flyover feature. The new locales, listed on the Apple Maps Flyover webpage, include multiple areas in France, and Mexico, as well as other locations.
Much like a horror film antagonist, some rumors just refuse to die, being continually brought back to life. This time it’s the “iPhone 6c.”
Apple CEO Tim Cook is part of a group of investors who have put money into Nebia, a San Francisco-based startup whose creation is a water-efficient shower head.