Intel presentation slides leaked by FanlessTech suggest the company’s new Skylake processors could being impressive performance and power consumption improvements to future models of Apple’s Mac lineup.
Honda on Thursday announced that their 2016 Accord will be the first Honda vehicle to offer support for CarPlay, Apple’s iPhone-powered infotainment platform.
Apple confirmed in a statement to the Human Rights Campaign that it is officially placing its considerable weight behind new LGBT anti-discrimination legislation currently being proposed in the United States Congress.
Sales of Apple’s iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch now equal the annual sales of devices running Microsoft’s Windows platform.
Research firm IDC’s latest numbers for the worldwide smartphone market show Apple and Samsung continuing to grab the lion’s share of the market, with Samsung taking a 21.7% chunk of the pie, while Apple has a 14.1% piece of the action in the second calendar quarter of 2015.
Apple on Thursday debuted its 2015 Back to School promotion. The company will offer a free pair of Beats Solo2 on-ear headphones with the purchase of eligible Mac computers. Apple is also offering to upgrade the headphones to the wireless model for an extra $100.
Apple has added 35 additional banks and credit unions to its roster of financial institutions in the United States offering support for its Apple Pay contactless payments system.
Apple on Wednesday released the MacBook Pro Flash Storage Firmware Update 1.0 for mid-2015 models of the MacBook Pro. Apple says the update fixes a storage firmware issue that could cause data corruption in rare cases.
It has been over a year since Apple launched HomeKit, its software framework for controlling thermostats, light bulbs, and other connected home accessories, yet so far only a few HomeKit-approved accessories have hit the shelves.
During Tuesday’s third quarter 2015 earnings call, Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that the App Stores, (both iOS and Mac), experienced their best quarter ever, seeing a 24% growth in revenue. The number of customers spending money also grew by 19%.
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Apple has reported its fiscal Q3 2015 earnings results on Tuesday, showing revenue of of $49 billion and $10.7 billion in profit for the April to June three month period.
The Federal Trace Commission is reportedly expanding its inquiry into Apple’s 30% cut of subscription revenue earned through the App Store, as it is said to be issuing subpoenas to streaming music services that compete with Apple Music.
A number of users on Twitter are reporting issues with Apple Music, Beats 1, iTunes, and the App Store. MacTrast has confirmed the issues, as we were unable to listen to the Beats 1 radio station, receiving an error message.
The Apple and IBM MobileFirst Enterprise partnership continues to bear fruit, as the duo on Tuesday debuted 10 new enterprise apps for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.
Apple is facing a new class-action lawsuit that accuses the company of breaching contract by offering refurbished units as replacement hardware under AppleCare+ warranties.