Tim Cook took the stage to kick-off today’s Apple Event, and he shared some interesting numbers to update everyone.
Just ahead of today’s Apple event, and the expected final unveiling of OS X Mavericks, several websites have begun supporting the new Safari Push Notifications feature.
Apple will be live-streaming today’s Apple event, indicated by the return of the Apple Events channel to Apple TV. The channel displays the theme for the event, and there’s a message suggesting that we “tune in at 10 am for the live stream.”
As is traditional, Apple’s Online Store is down ahead of today’s iPad event.
Tech journalist MG Siegler started a nice little rumor fire burning last month, when he tweeted: “I guess those excited about a software refresh in a week are gonna be *really* excited when new Apple TV hardware is unveiled next month.” Now, this weekend he has doused the flames of some of the expectations he gave life to, with a Tumblr post.
Apple debuted its first television ad for the iPhone 5s during Sunday afternoon’s NFL games. The new ad showcases the gold iPhone 5s, and depicts golden liquid metal morphing into the gold iPhone 5s.
Apple has seeded a new build of the OS X Mavericks Golden Master to developers. The new build comes just a little over two weeks after the release of the first GM seed.
Apple says that while it could read your iMessages if it really wanted to, it would take some work on its part, and they don’t really feel like it… At this point in time. Of course, if the NSA forced them to, well…
The Cupertino City Council earlier this week voted to unanimously approve Apple’s Planning application for its new “spaceship” campus. A final, rubber stamp vote is expected on November 15th.
Apple has begun decorating the Yerba Buena Center ahead of their media event set for this Tuesday. Apple is expected to announce new iPad and iPad mini models at the event.
Apple has topped the J.D. Power Wireless Smartphone Study for the tenth straight time, beating out competitors including Samsung, Nokia, and HTC.
The first print ad featuring the iPhone 5s has appeared in the back of this week’s The New Yorker, and it showcases the new handset’s Touch ID feature.
On Thursday, Judge Denise Cote assigned Apple a third-party monitor to oversee compliance with federal antitrust laws as part of the U.S. Department of Justice’s successful case against the company over e-book price fixing.
Our friends over at MBA Online have published an entertaining and informative infographic comparing, well, Apple to apples!
It’s possible that a new supplier for the accelerometer found in the iPhone 5s could be causing the incorrect compass and level measurements being reported with the device.
The Cupertino City Council voted on Tuesday night to approve Apple’s application for their new “Spaceship” campus. The proposal was first presented to council members by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs in 2011, in his last public appearance before his death.