Apple’s holiday quarter sales of 74 million iPhones at an average selling price of $687 means the company captured 93% of the smartphone profits in the quarter, says wealth management company Cannacord.
Just ahead of Sunday night’s broadcast of the 57th Annual Grammy Awards, Apple debuted a new iPad commercial entitled “Change.” The music-themed ad starred Swedish singing star Elliphant, producer Gaslamp Killer, and DJ Riton.
Apple has told users via a support document posted on Thursday that it is now requiring all OS X users to upgrade to the latest version of the Adobe Flash Media Player plug-in for the Safari browser. The update is required due to potential security vulnerabilities.
Apple’s beta of their upcoming Photos for OS X app, which was included in yesterday’s initial beta release of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3, reportedly uses a private, unreleased UXKit framework, based on the iOS UIKit framework.
It’s for certain that Apple and electric auto maker Tesla don’t have a anti-poaching agreement, as the two companies are battling it out, both trying to lure the other’s top employees into their fold. And so far, Tesla seems to have the advantage…
Apple’s iOS 8 HealthKit technology is already in use at 14 of the top 23 U.S. hospitals, and is showing early promise as a way for doctors to remotely monitor patients while lowering costs.
Rumors have circulated for years that Apple will be getting into the TV business, but so far nothing has come to fruition. But now, Re/code reports that industry executives are telling them that Apple is in talks with TV programmers about content deals that would allow it to offer a pay-TV service.
Apple published new install stats for iOS 8 on Tuesday, and 72% of iOS devices that access the App Store are now running iOS 8. 25% are still running iOS 7, while 3% are running iOS 6 or later.
Apple’s iOS was still the undisputed leader in mobile ad revenue in 2014,capturing 51.67% of ad revenue, and 27.18% of traffic during the fourth quarter, closing out 2014 as the leader in dollars earned.
Apple’s iPhone took the U.S. smartphone sales crown for the fourth quarter of 2014 by the slim margin of 0.1%. This is the first time since 2012 that the iPhone took the top spot.
A number of dark, camera-equipped minivans have been spotted on the streets in the Bay Area, and at least one of the vans can be tracked back to Apple.
Citing the ever popular “trusted source,” BGR reports that Apple will be releasing iOS 8.2 to the public in March. iOS 8.2 is required for the company’s upcoming Apple Watch, due to debut in April.
Principal filming of the Steve Jobs biopic is finally underway, and we now have on-set photos showing actors Michael Fassbender and Seth Rogen in their roles as Apple co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.
Apple looks to be making significant progress at their Campus 2 construction site, as the company is wrapping up demolition and street utilities work, and looks to have a good start on building construction.
The Mesa, Arizona facility formerly used by GT Advanced Technologies for its failed sapphire glass effort will be turned into a new green “global command” data center via a $2 billion investment from Apple. AppleInsider: The failed sapphire plant will…
Apple seeded the fifth beta of iOS 8.2 to developers on Monday, as well as a new beta of Xcode 6.2 with WatchKit. iOS 8.2 and the WatchKit tools will allow developers to create apps for the Apple Watch, due to be released in April.