A report from the pseudo-reliable DigiTimes says Apple is set to move production of its iPhone batteries to an automated production line later this year.
Believe me, I checked the calendar to make sure it wasn’t already April 1st before I dropped the hammer on this one. OK, here we go… Billboard is reporting that Apple is considering the launch of an on-demand streaming service similar to Spotify, and the topper to the report? It’s also thinking about making an Android version of the iTunes app available.
Apple has added a new section to their iOS App Store highlighting games from indie developers. The new section, called “Indie Game Showcase,” highlights its first game, “Device 6″ by Simogo.
Other analysts predictions of disappointing Q2 iPhone sales could be overly pessimistic, says Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty. She’s expecting Apple to announce that it shipped 42 million iPhones in its second fiscal quarter, rather than the 38 million predicted by supply chain analysts.
Developers from around the world are reporting critical issues with iTunes Connect that is preventing them form deploying new and updated apps to the App Store. This comes just over a month after a similar issue struck the service.
China Mobile’s chief executive Li Yue confirmed on Thursday that the carrier had added one million new iPhone customers in February. The carrier launched the iPhone on its network in mid-January.
Some 37 years after it received the first batch of Apple computers to sell, FirstTech will close both of its locations in Minneapolis on March 29th.
Munster: 8GB iPhone 5c, Relaunched iPad 4 Will Have a ‘Slight Positive’ on Apple’s Q2 and Q3 Results
Analyst Gene (Oh Lily!) Munster of Piper Jaffray says Apple’s release of an 8GB iPhone 5c, and its rerelease of the iPad 4 to replace the aging iPad 2 will have only a minor effect on its bottom line.
Political activist the Reverend Jesse Jackson has launched a new campaign aimed at raising awareness of the lack of racial diversity in the executive ranks of Silicon Valley firms, including Apple.
Apple CEO Tim Cook yesterday gave his one-word review of “Haunted Empire”, the new book from former Wall Street Journal reporter Yukari Iwatani Kane: “Nonsense.” The book examines the transition Apple has experienced following the death of Steve Jobs.
Apple has just dropped the first seed of Safari 7.0.3 for Mavericks and 6.1.3 for Mountain Lion to developers. The company is asking them to focus on Push Notifications, Autofill, and more.
A report released on Tuesday named Apple as the most valuable billion-dollar brand name in the United States. The list, released by brand consulting agency Brand Finance, saw Apple topping a list of 500 companies, including such well-known brands as Coca-Cola, Google, McDonalds, and Microsoft.
Apple has seeded a new version of OS X 10.9.3 to employees, as well as a new iTunes 11.1.6 beta. The OS X 10.9.3 build is available to Apple employees, and looks to be the same as the build recently seeded to developers. The iTunes beta does, however, contain some changes that will interest a large number of users.
Apple manufacturing partner Pegatron is reportedly gearing up to start production on the new iPhone 6 in the second quarter of this year.
Today’s launch of the 8GB iPhone 5c in only a handful of countries, (the UK, France, Germany, Australia, and China), has some folks scratching their heads. Why introduce a lower storage capacity model in only a few countries?
Proving the old adage (that I just made up), “Frenemies are frenemies, but business is business,” a new rumor out of Korea says Apple is moving the manufacturing of the displays for its iPad mini tablet to frenemy Samsung.