Apple seeded build 13E25 of OS X 10.9.4 to developers on Wednesday. Apple is asking developers to focus on Graphics Drivers, Bluetooth, Audio Drivers, Finder, App Store, and Safari.
European Union antitrust regulators will hand down a decision by July 30th on whether or not they’ll OK Apple’s $3 billion grab of Beat Electronics/Beats Music.
Tuesday saw an update from Apple for its iWork for iCloud beta. New features include the ability for all apps to recall your last used documents settings, tips on how to cut, copy and paste using keyboard shortcuts when you right-click on objects, and more.
A new report claims Apple’s manufacturing partners will begin cranking out the long-rumored 12-inch MacBook Air sometime in the third quarter.
Intel is reportedly courting Apple in an effort to get back into the iPhone supply chain, as it seeks to replace Qualcomm as baseband supplier for future models of the iPhone.
If you’d like to get some insight into the early days of the Macintosh, and the thoughts that went into the design of the icons and fonts used in the computers operating system, be sure to check out this video featuring designer Susan Kare.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company is expanding its 8-inch chip plant to increase its Touch ID sensor output for the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3. The company is planning to produce 120 million Touch ID sensors in 2014, a 233% increase since last year.
A report today says Apple is working with professional athletes from basketball, hockey, and baseball to test the iWatch’s fitness capabilities in rigorous training environments. Apple has reportedly invited several athletes to it’s Cupertino HQ to discuss the iWatch.
It appears someone at Microsoft needs to learn how to use “Find and Replace” in Microsoft Word, as the Surface Pro 3 user manual contains multiple references to an as yet unreleased “Surface Mini” competitor for Apple’s popular iPad mini.
Apple has long warned consumers to use only authorized power adapters with their iOS devices, due to the possibility of burns and electrocution. Now, a new report says those cheap third-party chargers could also be damaging one of the chips in your iPhone 5.
Apple will be launching multiple versions of its much-rumored “iWatch” in the fall, at least that’s what a new report from The Wall Street Journal claims today. The report says the device will be available in multiple screen sizes, and will use more than 10 sensors to track a user’s health and fitness information.
Apple seeded a new build of OS X 10.9.4 (build 13E19) to developers on Thursday, just a week after their seed of the second beta of 10.9.4.
While mentioned on a slide at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, “Flyover City Tours” wasn’t explored in detail at the event.
iOS 7 Activation Lock Works – Contributed to ‘Significant’ Reduction in iPhone Theft in Three Major Cities
The New York Times reports that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman says Apple’s Activation Lock feature, introduced in iOS 7, has led to a “significant” drop in iPhone-related thefts in New York, London, and San Francisco.
A report today says Apple may include a barometric pressure sensor to their upcoming iPhone 6 handset. A barometer is used to measure atmospheric pressure, which can be used to indicate current and future weather patterns, as well as altitude data.
Some MacTrast readers are reporting their device running iOS 8 Beta 2 locks up when they are editing a message in the Messages app and they switch to the Emoji keyboard.