A new report from Mac Otakara claims to share new details about the much-rumored “iPad Pro” tablet. Development on the device has reportedly been delayed as Apple attempts to catch up with demand for the iPhone 6 Plus.
Reports that Apple has reinforced the inside of iPhone 6 Plus handsets as a response to “bendgate,” the overblown device bending hullaballoo, are not true.
MacTrast has shared some highly informative infographics with our readers over the years, but this may be the biggest and most information packed graphic we’ve ever published. (Well, definitely the biggest…)
Apple has informed its shareholders that it could be seeing changed tax rates as new international legislation comes into effect.
While Apple’s iPad lineup continued its reign at the top of the tablet market in Q3 2014 , its lead shrank again, and it fell slightly behind Amazon in J.D. Power’s semiannual customer satisfaction survey.
Research firm IDG reports the global smartphone market grew 25% in the third quarter of 2014, with Apple hanging in there in second place, Samsung losing marketshare while retaining its lead, and Chinese phone maker Xiaomi grabbing a surprising third place in the rankings.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has publicly come out as a gay man in a letter written for Bloomberg Businessweek. Cook says while it “wasn’t an easy choice,” and that his privacy remains important to him, he has come to realize that his desire for personal privacy has been holding him back from doing something more important.
GT Advanced Technologies told a bankruptcy court that a settlement with Apple is a necessity, because although it would prefer to sue the iPhone maker, going to court would be too “challenging and expensive” for the company.
A Wall Street Journal report claims that Apple is in the early stages of discussion with “Iranian distributors” to bring the iPhone to Iran.
After five and a half weeks of availability, Apple’s iOS 8 mobile operating system is now on 52% of all active iOS devices. Those numbers come from Apple’s own App Store support page for developers.
MacTrast has reported multiple times this year on reports of graphics issues experienced by owners of 2011 15-inch and 17-inch MacBook Pro models. Apple has to date ignored the issue, amid claims that it is a manufacturing defect that should be repaired by Apple at no cost.
Tim Cook made an appearance at the WSJ.D conference on Monday, and during the Q&A portion of the night, he was asked about the iPod Classic, which Apple finally laid to rest last month.
Following the decision by drugstore chains Rite Aid and CVS to disable Apple Pay support at its checkouts, Apple has finally commented on the situation, telling Business Insider they’ve received overwhelmingly positive feedback from customers and retailers who have used Apple Pay.
In its first six days of release, OS X Yosemite was installed on 12.8% of Macs in North America. That’s just slightly higher than the 12.4% installation rate that OS X Mavericks had six days after its release. Those numbers come from ad network Chitika.
Reports last week indicated that drugstore chains Rite Aid and CVS were disabling Apple Pay as a payment option in their stores. Now, a report from The New York Times reports both chains have officially disabled Apple Pay in their stores nationwide.
The WSJ reports Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus went on pre-order in South Korea on Friday, racking up pre-orders of over 100,000 units. Pre-orders for home grown Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 totaled a third of that, coming in at around 30,000 units for the same time frame when it launched pre-orders back in September.