Apple’s new iPad Pro is now available, and the embargo on reviews has been lifted. We though we’d share some of the more interesting ones from around the web.
During a visit to Dublin on Wednesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced the company will add 1,000 additional positions at its international operations in Cork, Ireland, bringing the total number of workers there to 6,000.
Apple announced on Tuesday that it is now allowing developers to invite up to 2,000 users to beta test iOS and tvOS apps via the TestFlight beta testing platform.
As promised earlier this week, Apple is now accepting orders for the iPad Pro through both its online store and the Apple Store app.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has spoken out against the UK’s proposed Investigatory Powers Bill, which would force companies to retain customer data and may also require them to install backdoors in their encrypted systems.
During an appearance at Fast Company’s Innovation Festival in New York City this week, Apple’s SVP of Retail and Online Stores Angela Ahrendts discussed her relationship with Apple Retail employees, Black Friday, and the future of Apple Retail.
CNNMoney and The Independent have published interviews with Apple executives Eddy Cue and Tim Cook respectively about the upcoming iPad Pro.
A U.S. District Court dismissed a lawsuit against Apple brought by a group of retail store employees over the company’s policy of conducting required searches of personal bags after employees had clocked out for meal breaks or at the end of their day.
A new hire at Apple previously worked for Reviver, a company that makes digital license plates, leading to speculation that Apple’s much-rumored automobile could sport digital license plates, if and when it comes to market.
A new patent awarded to Apple describes using the iPhone’s Touch ID sensor in a way that would cause the device to enter a “panic mode.”
Apple on Wednesday seeded the second beta of iOS 9.2 to their public beta testers. The release comes one day after the release of the beta to developers.
If you’re like me, you have never, not even in your most bored moments, read the entire iTunes terms and conditions. We just click the “Accept” button, right? (And yes, it is possible that Apple now owns our first born child.)
Apple and its former sapphire glass supplier GT Advanced Technologies have reached an agreement to settle the $439 million in debt GT owes to Apple as a result of its failed sapphire glass operation in Mesa, Arizona.
What’s the best way to see a 5% increase in the latest version of iOS? Why tacos, burritos, unicorns, and middle fingers, of course! Apple announced in late September that iOS 9 had the fastest adoption rate of any iOS…
Well connected KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has released his latest expectations for Apple’s 2016 iPhone launches, and they includes an A9-powered 4-inch iPhone, as well as an iPhone 7 that will boast 3 GB of RAM.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the second beta of OS X 10.11.2 El Capitan to developers for testing. The second seed comes one week after the release of beta one.