DigiTimes is at it again, reporting that supply chain sources are telling them that Apple is gearing up to release new MacBook models in 2014, which includes a MacBook Air with Retina Display.
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The world of emoji – the tiny icons that can be used in texts and emails to emote feelings and thoughts – has been pretty vanilla. Very few non-caucasian characters are included in the set. But now, an Apple spokeswoman says the company is working to change that.
Hot on the heels of last week’s initial seed of the next releases of Safari for OS X, comes another developers seed of Safari 7.0.3 and Safari 6.1.3 (Seed 2).
“Jobs,” the Steve Jobs biopic that stars Ashton Kutcher as the late Apple co-founder, is now available for viewing on Netflix.
The lack of trumpets is almost deafening, as Apple – who usually celebrates milestones, such as the 50 billionth App Store download, or the 30th anniversary of the Mac – has most likely sold its 500 millionth iPhone.
Customers of Amazon’s Kindle ebook store may have awakened to a nice little surprise in their inbox this morning, an email from Amazon informing them they have credit to use in the Kindle book store.
New images suggest the new Apple Store location in Hannover, Germany is nearing completion. The images show a covered facade, with a lit Apple logo shining through the cover.
Apple has hired veteran DC insider Amber Cottle as its new top lobbyist. Cottle previously served as Democratic Staff Director for the Senate Finance Committee, and also served as the committee’s Chief International Trade Counsel.
If you have ever looked at a tab, played an instrument, or tried to teach someone else how to play a song, Tabular for iPad is hands-down one of the best tools for writing anything musical, for musicians of all levels.
Apple has begun testing a new suggested search terms feature in its iOS App Store. The new feature presents users with related search terms across the top of the search results page.
Apple had to tear down all the old Hewlett-Packard buildings at the site of its new Campus 2 site before it could begin to erect its spiffy new “Spaceship” on the site.
Apple has begun reaching out to iTunes users, offering refunds to users who may have had unauthorized in-app purchases “made by a minor.” All requests need to be submitted by April 15th.
Apple has updated their iOS adoption numbers – measured by way of usage numbers from its App Store – and they show iOS 7 is now being used by 85% of iOS device users, while iOS 6 has slipped to a 12% device share.
Wendy’s is rolling out a new program at its U.S. restaurants that will allow its customers to pay for their meals via their smartphones. A similar program was unveiled by fast-food chain Burger King last week.
iTunes Radio is branching out from its music roots, as Re/Code reports today that Apple’s audio streaming service is adding National Public Radio as its first news and talk channel.
Apple – who is said to be working on a new set-top box streamer – is reportedly in talks with cable provider Comcast to give the box priority on the company’s network to bypass Internet congestion, and provide constant and reliable performance for users.