Sad news in the world of Apple today, as former Intuit chairman and longtime Apple board member Bill Campbell has succumbed to a long battle with cancer.
A new report indicates Apple is exploring the idea of paid search in its App Store. The new strategy could come as a part of other changes the Cupertino firm is said to be exploring for their online app marketplace.
Earth Day is next Friday, April 22, and Apple is getting ready for the important celebration by “greening” it’s Apple retail stores around the globe.
Those who believe Apple intends to rename OS X to “MacOS” received some temporary encouragement, as Apple on Thursday posted a webpage that refers to the Mac operating system as “MacOS.” That reference has since been removed.
Apple’s ninth annual Environmental Responsibility Report reveals that its recycling program last year recovered 89 million pounds of materials. That included $40 million worth of gold!
DigiTimes reports a much-rumored new MacBook design could use hinges created with a metal injection molding process.
The Department of Homeland Security’s U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team issued an alert on Thursday, which recommends Windows users who still have Apple’s QuickTime for Windows on their machines uninstall the software, as Apple is ending support for the app, and there are new newly discovered vulnerabilities in the app that will not be patched.
Apple is rapidly finding itself more and more involved in Washington D.C. goings on, and the Cupertino-based iPhone maker has hired Washington insider Cynthia Hogan to head their presence in the nation’s capital.
Apple will be cutting off support for the iTunes Allowances feature of iTunes. The feature allowed parents to automatically place money into their child’s iTunes account on a monthly basis.
Apple’s Mac continued to grab PC marketshare from Windows-based machines during Q1 2016, even as the PC market as a whole shrank. This according to the latest data from Gartner and IDC.
Apple is said to be working with Chinese server vendor Inspur to aid it in transferring its iCloud data services in-house. The report comes from DigiTimes, who cites sources in the Chinese supply chain.
Apple refreshed developer portal went live on Thursday, bringing a revamped user interface, with a streamlined landing page, in the website equivalent of a facelift.
Apple on Thursday, in a statement to The Clarion Ledger, voiced its concern over the “religious freedom” bill signed into law by Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant.
Apple has released the first betas of iOS 9.3.2 and OS X 10.11.5 to public beta testers, just one short day after they released the same builds to developers for testing.
FBI director James Comey has confirmed that the unlocking hack used on an iPhone 5c belonging to one of the San Bernardino terrorists cannot be used to unlock devices newer than that model iPhone.
FBI Says ‘It’s Simply too Early’ to Tell if Info Found on San Bernardino Terrorist’s iPhone is Useful
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation says it’s still analyzing the information it found on San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook’s iPhone 5c to see if it is of any value.