Apple has posted a notice on their developer website reminding app developers that starting Feb. 1, all new iOS 8 software submitted to the App Store must include 64-bit support.
A new aerial shot of the Apple Campus 2 construction project shows significant progress is being made on the main structure and surrounding areas.
Michael Devine, the class representative in a California Class action anti-poaching lawsuit against Apple and other Silicon Valley tech companies, is seeking a bigger piece of the $415 million payout for his efforts in securing a larger settlement.
Today is Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and Apple has honored the fallen civil rights leader by dedicating the homepage of their apple.com website to him.
Beijing police have arrested three men accused of tunneling into a warehouse and stealing 240 iPhone 6 units. Police said the three men broke into the facility between Dec. 12 and 13 via a 20-inch hole through the wall of the warehouse owned by a Chinese logistics firm.
Apple has been a disruptive force in the technology industry ever since its first home computer back in the 1970s. Here’s a look at how Apple has disrupted the tech market in the past, and what type of disruptive ideas we can expect from them in the future.
Apple Retail head Angela Ahrendts has told China’s Xinhua News Agency that Apple is in the midst of a major retail expansion in that country, and will be opening five retail stores there in the next five weeks.
Although there is increasing talk that Apple may be looking at using its own home-grown A-series ARM processors in place of Intel CPUs in their Mac line of computers, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says his company’s relationship with the Cupertino firm remains “strong.”
If you’ve been holding off on buying a 27-inch Retina Display iMac until Apple’s offers refurbished models, you can now exhale. Apple is now offering the 27-inch Retina Display iMac in the refurbished area of their online store.
While the unveiling of Apple’s new programming language Swift may have taken the developer community by surprise last year at WWDC 2014, it hasn’t taken them long to adapt the new method of developing for the iOS devices and the Mac.
The class-action suit brought over 2011 MacBook Pro GPU failures has now expanded to include multiple states, and also brings new complaints against Apple, alleging the company deliberately concealed the problems.
The Bank of America has released its Q4 2014 earnings report, which includes numbers for customer adoption of Apple Pay. The bank says almost 800,000 customers are currently enrolled in Apple Pay, adding approximately 1.1 million cards to the service since its launch in October 2014.
Apple chip partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company – better known as TSMC –posted record profits for Q4 2014.
Apple has seeded OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 Beta 5 to developers. The seed, (build 14C99d), comes just one week after the fourth beta seed.
Apple has filed suit against Ericsson alleging that it has not infringed on the Swedish company’s LTE wireless technology patents, and that it does not owe royalties for them.
KGI Securities Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo sees a possibility that Apple may drop Intel processors in favor of their own home-grown A-series processor for use in their Mac lineup of computers. The analyst believes this could happen as soon as 2016.