As Apple works to rollout Apple Pay in Australia, it is reportedly facing a number of hurdles, including a reluctance by the major banks in the country to share a piece of the AU$2 billion in interchange fees they take in every year.
The Guardian reports that Apple’s is moving forward on its much-rumored “Project Titan” vehicle, and the company is said to be searching for a test track in the Bay Area, where it can test the self-driving vehicle.
Apple today has introduced a few new options for bands for their Apple Watch. New options available include a Link Bracelet Kit, new sizing options for the Apple Watch Sport Band, and an option to purchase the 38mm Modern Buckle band on a standalone basis.
Apple released updated diversity numbers earlier this week, breaking down the Cupertino firm’s workforce by gender, ethnicity, and race for 2015.
The U.S. Federal Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday rejected Samsung’s latest appeal in the ongoing patent infringement case with Apple.
Apple has added a new data restoration feature to iCloud.com, allowing users to restore deleted files, calendars, and contacts.
Bloomberg reports that Apple’s negotiations with televisions networks have stalled, making them unable to debut their much-rumored streaming television package until 2016.
Apple is reported to be working with over 40 technology companies to make the iPad more attractive to enterprise customers. The new initiative, the Mobility Partner Program (MPP), is an effort to rejuvenate flagging iPad sales.
Apple announced on Wednesday that its latest version of Boot Camp, just released as a system update for OS X Yosemite users, now supports 64-bit versions of the Windows 10 operating system.
Apple on Tuesday began contacting a small number of customers who have recently purchased a third-generation Apple TV. The company informed them that their device had shipped with an unspecified faulty part, and they would be receiving an brand-new unit in exchange for the faulty device.
Apple has officially joined the NFC Forum, a non-profit industry association that develops specifications, ensuring interoperability among devices and services, and works to educate the market about NFC technology.
A new report indicates Apple is putting the squeeze on A9 chip makers Samsung and TSMC, by pushing both companies for last-minute price concessions.
The iPad mini 4 may support split-screen applications in iOS 9. A resource file found in OS X El Capitan indicates support for a split-screen view in Safari on the iPad mini. 9to5Mac: The resource file shown above from the upcoming…
While rumors of the possibility of a 4-inch “iPhone 6c” release in the fall have continued to pop up, new data from mobile app marketing firm Fiksu’s July data logs indicate there will not be a release of a budget-priced iPhone 6 this year.
A new article posted by Quartz on Tuesday analyzed data from July for Apple Music’s Beats 1 radio station, and came up with a list of the station’s most played songs, artists, and genres for the first full month of Beats 1’s existence.
Steve Jobs: Insanely Great comes in at around 225 pages. While the page count might be small, the content means more, because it’s a graphic novel, presenting Jobs’ life in a series of black and white drawings.