Apple on Tuesday seeded the second betas of iOS 9.3.3 and OS X 10.11.6 to their public beta testers. The new releases come one day following the release of the betas to developers.
Apple inched up two places in Fortune’s annual Fortune 500 list of the top U.S. corporations based on gross revenue. Apple’s numbers were good for third place, behind on Walmart and Exxon Mobil.
Apple updated the homepage of its website over the weekend, honoring legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, who passed away Friday, at the age of 74.
The on-again, off-again possibility of the Indian government giving the OK for Apple to open retail stores in the country could possibly be on-again.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2016 is set to kickoff on June 13, and as usual, the company has dusted off their WWDC iOS app and given it a bit of a remodel. The app, which offers live streaming support from the event, also adds a new version, designed for the fourth-generation Apple TV.
Bloomberg reported on Thursday that a trio of panel judges with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office have found that two patents Smartflash used to obtain a $532.9 million patent verdict rendered in February 2015 against Apple shouldn’t have been issued at all.
Some users may be experiencing issues with some of Apple’s cloud related services, including the iOS App Store, Mac App Store, Apple TV App Store, iCLoud Backup, iTunes in the Cloud, and more.
Apple on Thursday launched its annual “Back to School” promotion in the U.S . and Canada. This year, the promotion offers a free pair of Beats Solo2 Wireless Headphones to qualifying students, parents of students, educators, and select others that purchase an eligible Mac with education pricing.
Apple earlier this week released the first preview branch of Swift 3.0, the major update to their Swift programming language. The official release of the new version of Apple’s open source language is expected late this year.
IHS Technology analyst Kevin Wang has posted on Chinese social media that company supply chain research indicates Apple’s upcoming iPhone 7 will boast 32GB storage in its base model.
Apple and Broadcom are facing a legal complaint filed by the California Institute of Technology over alleged infringement of a number of its Wi-Fi related patents.
The Indian government on Monday held a press conference to make sure the word got out that they will not allow Apple to sell refurbished devices in India. They had already rejected a request to open Apple retail stores in the region.
CNET offers more information Apple’s rumored Amazon Echo competitor, saying it could boast a built-in camera with facial recognition capabilities, and will be “self-aware.”
Reuters reports that support for a law requiring technology companies to give law enforcement agencies a “backdoor” to a user’s encrypted communications and electronic devices – such as the iPhone – has waned, and the encryption legislation looks to be dead, at least for now.
Shares of Apple stock have gotten a very nice 9% boost in the wake of Warren Buffet’s reveal of his $1.2 billion stake in the iPhone maker on May 16.
Apple representatives spent time fielding questions from Galway, Ireland residents on Tuesday, over the locals concerns over the energy consumption of a planned data center there.