Apple’s Developer Portal has gone dark just ahead of WWDC 2015, likely to prepare for the new versions of development tools that will be required for today’s iOS, OS X, and Apple Watch development related announcements.
Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2015) kicks off later today, and Apple is expected to unveil iOS 9 and OS X 10.11, as well as their new music streaming service.
Apple is considering lowering the percentage of the action it receives as its cut of the in-app subscription fees such as video, news and periodical apps charge. Apple currently wets its beak to the tune of 30% of such fees.
While Apple continues to work to expand the number of top merchants who accept their Apple Pay mobile payments service, a number of top merchants remain skeptical of the service’s possibilities.
Apple on Thursday showed off an iron hand over content of its upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, as it has threatened legal action against alternative developers conference AltConf if it streams the WWDC 2015 keynote and other sessions to attendees at its offsite location.
With just a few days left until Apple is expected to announce a revamped and renamed version of its Beats Music streaming service, Bloomberg reports that the company is still negotiating terms with record labels.
It’s also no secret that Apple has a very specific interest in what it can do with the TV market, and with WWDC just around the corner, many are expecting a new Apple TV device, as well as a long-rumored, and long-awaited, streaming content service that can change the way we consume television content
For the second year straight, Apple has taken the number 5 spot in the Fortune 500 list. The list, which ranks corporations by revenue, is released annually by Fortune magazine.
Apple on Wednesday announced a voluntary recall of all Beats Pill XL speakers. The company says “in rare cases,” the battery in the Beats Pill XL may overheat and pose a fire safety risk.
Apple CEO Tim Cook spoke at the Information Center’s Champions of Freedom event in Washington on Monday, where he talked about privacy, guarding customer information, and the company’s view on encryption.
Apple is steadily adding financial institutions to its list of those offering support for the Apple Pay mobile payments system, as it has added 12 new banks and credit unions to the rolls.
Apple will not be debuting its much-anticipated streaming subscription television service at its Worldwide Developers Conference, which kicks off on Monday, June 8. Re/code, citing people with knowledge of the situation, says Apple has yet to finalize licensing deals.
Apple on Monday updated the Apple TV to once more include the Events Channel. The company will use the channel to broadcast the Keynote Address from the Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday, June 8, at 10AM Pacific Time.
A vulnerability in the firmware of older Mac computers (made before mid-2014) could be used to sneak hard-to-remove malware onto the computer, says a security researcher.
Apple is in talks to lure rapper Drake as a guest DJ for iTunes Radio. The rumored $19 million deal with Drake is just one of a series of talks Apple is holding with a host of artists Apple wants to sign as Guest DJs for its revamped free music streaming service.
Consumer Reports has once again named Apple as the company with the highest overall customer satisfaction for tech support in their survey of over 3,200 computer owners.