In addition to the release of iOS 7.1.1 today, Apple also has some update goodness for OS X and Safari users. Security Update 2014-002 is recommended for all users and improves the security of OS X. This update also includes Safari 7.0.3.
Apple is running an ad to honor Earth Day in newspapers across the UK that also appears to take a gentle jab at arch-rival Samsung’s alleged copying of Apple devices.
Apple will now be accepting old products for recycling at all of its retail stores worldwide. The Associated Press reports that while the company has ran a recycling program for some time now, not all products had been accepted for recycling at the retail stores.
Earth Day is today, and in celebration, Apple has been updating the logo on some of its retail stores with green leaf accents.
Apple has seeded build 13D45a of OS X 10.9.3 to developers, just short of a week after the release of the seventh OS X beta, build 13D43.
Apple is reportedly continuing to move forward on their mobile payments push, as the company has been interviewing senior payments industry executives to aid the company in its plan to build an electronic payments business.
Almost half of Apple’s 254 retail stores in the U.S. are powered entirely by energy from renewable sources. Renewable energy powered stores include the flagship Apple Stores located in Palo Alto, Chicago, and New York, and are part of the Cupertino firm’s plans to use renewable energy sources in its operations.
Just ahead of Earth Day, Apple has redesigned its Environmental Responsibility website with all new content confirming the company’s dedication to environmental responsibility when it comes to the operation of their business.
While owners of first-generation Apple TVs are reporting issues accessing iTunes, Apple has much better news for those owning 2nd-generation and above Apple TVs, as it has added three new channels to the Apple TV lineup: A&E, The History Channel, and Lifetime.
Owners of first-generation Apple TV units are reporting they can no longer connect to iTunes. The issue appears to be affecting users around the world.
The Wall Street Journal has published a report that throws light on the increasing competition between Apple and Google as they battle to entice publishers into exclusivity deals.
Apple is due to report its Q2 2014 earnings on Wednesday, and Fortune has conducted its usual survey of Wall Street analysts. The 37 analysts who responded to Fortune expect Apple’s earnings to come in towards the high-end of Apple’s guidance.
Wallpaper Weekends is a series that brings you stunning, high quality wallpapers for your iPad, iPhone, and/or iPod Touch.
Tech workers who filed a lawsuit against Apple, Google, and other large tech firms say the companies should not be allowed to block evidence showing their participation in the anti-poaching agreements the companies had with each other.
Former Apple CEO John Sculley says he regrets his decision to force Steve Jobs out of Apple in 1985, and admits that it was a “mistake,” says a new report from the Times of India.
Analysts Predict Slight Drop in iPad Sales for Apple’s Fiscal Q2 2014, iPhone to See Slight Bump in Sales
Fortune has released analysts predictions for Apple’s fiscal second quarter of 2014, and the analysts predict that the iPad may see a light drop in sales, while the iPhone will see a slight sales bump.