A press release by Apple on Friday confirms the company will offer a livestream of its fiscal year 2015 third quarter financial results conference call. As usual, the stream will be available via the Apple website. The call will take place…
Apple on Thursday debuted four new TV ads for their Apple Watch. The spots feature the device in such realistic scenarios as using its fitness, communications, and travel-based features.
A new report says Apple’s chip manufacturing partners Samsung and TSMC have begun volume production of the A9 processor destined for use in the upcoming “iPhone 6s” handsets this fall.
Apple released the first beta of OS X 10.10.5 to public beta testers on Thursday. The public beta release comes just a few days after the same beta was seeded to developers for testing.
Apple on Wednesday released Mac mini EFI Firmware Update v1.8 for late-2012 Mac mini models, designed to fix an issue that could prevent USB keyboards from being recognized when the Mac wakes from sleep.
Apple has refreshed its iPod lineup with new colors all around, and a new processor, a motion coprocessor, a better rear-facing camera, and a 128GB model for the iPod touch.
Mere hours after Iran entered into an agreement to reduce their nuclear weapons capabilities in return for the U.S. and five other world powers dropping sanctions against the Middle Eastern country, Apple and other companies are actively exploring a return to the tech-starved country.
Apple is still aiming for a fall debut for its streaming television service, and has found a way to speed things up by convincing the television networks to negotiate with their affiliates for streaming right to their local broadcasts.
Apple Pay debuted in the United Kingdom on Tuesday, and there was at least one hitch. HSBC customers found that they are unable to use the mobile payments service, despite the banks status as an official launch partner.
The United States Federal Trade Commission is said to be looking into claims that Apple’s rules for in-app purchases of rival streaming music apps available in the App Store is illegal under federal antitrust law.
In the midst of the ongoing Greek financial crisis, the capital controls the Greek government has slapped on residents preventing them from making payments abroad means Greek iCloud subscribers have been unable to make payments to renew their premium storage plans.
The Internet is running out of standard 32-bit IPv4 addresses, and the switch to the 128-bit IPv6 format has been underway for awhile.
The much-rumored 12.9-inch “iPad Pro” could see a November launch, if a report from the semi-reliable DigiTimes blog is to be believed.
A new report from Canaccord Genuity estimates Apple grabbed 92% of the profit in the world’s smartphone market, while recording only 20% of actual smartphone sales.
Apple could have another class-action lawsuit on its hands as a group of Retina display MacBook Pro owners are up in arms over “Staingate.”
Apple on Friday released an OS X El Capitan Beta Supplemental Update that is intended to fix “an issue that may cause some 32-bit apps to quit unexpectedly.”