A number of iPhone 6 Plus users are reporting an issue where the phone crashes or enters a reboot loop. Many users have been forced to take their iPhone in for service where it is usually swapped out for a new unit.
Amazon has kept its promise of enabling Apple Pay on its Rewards Visa card, as Reddit users report success adding the card to Apple Pay, and TechCrunch posted a photo showing the card loaded into the app.
On the final day of a four-day visit to China, Apple CEO Tim Cook sat down with state news agency Xinhuanet to discuss Apple Pay, The Apple Watch, and Wednesday’s meeting with with Chinese premier Ma Kai.
Both Visa and MasterCard have published lists of banks and other financial institutions that will turn on support for the Apple Pay mobile payments system in the coming months.
The dissolution of Apple’s partnership with failed sapphire glass maker GT Advanced Technologies is official.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has confirmed Apple’s plans to open 25 retail stores in China over the next two years.
iFixit, they of the teardown fetish, have gotten their hands on a new iPad Air 2 and performed that disassemble voodoo that they do so well, in order to share with us all just what is inside of our new favorite tablet.
Apple’s new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 have hit Apple retail stores with a whimper, not a bang. The new tablets are now available for in-store pickup at a limited number of Apple stores that have received shipments.
Now that the embargo has been lifted on reviews of Apple’s new iPad Air 2, the reviews are hitting the web. Here are some highlights of the (mostly) favorable reviews.
Apple may have its rumored Apple Pay loyalty rewards program ready to go for the holiday shopping season. Many had expected the program to debut as part of “Apple Pay 2.0″ in October 2015, however the report indicates Apple may have rushed the program due to merchant demand.
Apple and GT Advanced Technologies have reached a deal to dissolve their partnership. Under the terms of the deal, GT Advanced will sell more than 2,000 sapphire furnaces, with some of the proceeds going to Apple to pay off the $440 million the company loaned GT to purchase the sapphire making equipment.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is reported to have met in Beijing with a top Chinese government on Wednesday to discuss user data security.
Apple confirms that it knows about the “intermittent organized network attacks” on Chinese iCloud users, but assures users that its own servers have not been compromised.
Apple Pay, Apple’s mobile payments system, launched on Monday, and while the initial launch was United States only, it appears Apple Pay can be used internationally, using U.S.-based credit cards.
Here’s where we’ll live blog Apple’s fiscal Q4 2014 earnings call, as it happens. No need to refresh, the blog will auto update.
Apple has reported their financial results for the fiscal fourth quarter ended September 27, 2014. The company posted quarterly revenue of $42.1 billion and quarterly net profit of $8.5 billion, or $1.42 per diluted share.