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.
As a further show of proof of how Apple can be disruptive to other companies and their products, comes the report of action camera maker GoPro seeing shares of their stock slide 12% following news of a digital camera patent being assigned to Apple.
Apple, Google, intel, and Adobe today have offered a larger settlement in an attempt to put an end to the class action anti-poaching lawsuit filed on behalf of Silicon Valley tech workers.
The 2TB Fusion Drive made a quiet return to availability for the late 2014 Mac mini during the Christmas Holidays. The 2TB option is once more available for an extra $100 over the 1TB Fusion Drive option.
It appears that Apple has given away its last freebie music track via its weekly iTunes Single of the Week promotion. The promo, which has run some 11 years, hasn’t made an appearance in the iTunes Store this week.
A majority of the 120 contract shuttle bus drivers who work for Apple, eBay, Yahoo and other Silicon Valley companies have voted to unionize.
A new report from the ever iffy source Digitimes says Apple supply partner Quanta has begun ramping up production of the new 12-inch MacBook Air, preparing for a Q1 2015 release.
Apple became the second most popular camera among Flickr users in 2014, knocking Nikon out of second place. The most popular camera used on the online photo sharing service continued to be Canon.
How do you attempt to smuggle 94 iPhones through customs in China? Well, if you’re this guy, you’ll tape all 94 of them to your body, and hope your stiff robotic moves don’t draw the interest of customs officials…
It takes on average around ten days to get a new iPhone app approved for the App Store. However, a free app that allows users to express support for the Je Suis Charlie campaign was approved in one hour, following a direct appeal to Apple CEO Tim Cook.
Apple sold half a million iPhones in India during the final quarter of 2014, this compares favorably to around 1 million handsets sold in the entire year of 2013.
Apple’s iconic Apple Store located on London’s Regent Street recently added a storefront iPad display that has observers wondering how they pulled it off.
Apple is reportedly readying a Canadian launch of its new Apple Pay mobile payments service sometime in early 2015.
We reported earlier this week that Apple’s retail stores were running short on the supplies of the iPod Shuffle, amid speculation that Apple’s tiniest music player might be discontinued. We’re happy to report today that the shortages are apparently due to changes in Apple’s component supply chain.