With Apple Watch less than a week away, it's no surprise that the long-awaited device has been in the news a lot this week. But that's not all. Apple's also revealed the dates for the next World Wide Developers Conference — when they're expected to announce their next exciting new tech — plus we have stories on Apple CEO Tim Cook, an article on how to maximize your use of Yosemite, and more in this week's roundup.
In today's Apple Daily, two Oklahomans stab each other while arguing about whether iOS or Android is better. In other news, Apple Pay might finally be coming to Canada in November, and Apple will start offering free "Apple Watch Basics" workshops at select Apple Stores on April 24.
In today's Apple Daily, the Apple Watch was with director J.J. Abrams as much as the Force when he took the stage at the Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, California. In other news, Apple CEO Tim Cook was named as one of TIME's "most influential people."
In today's Apple Daily, Apple announces the dates for this year's Worldwide Developers Conference. In addition, Apple just acquired a company that could revolutionize mobile photography as we know it (provided the company's tech lives up to its claims).
In today's Apple Daily, we learn that Apple seems to have sold around a million Apple Watches through preorders on the device's first day of availability alone. In addition, Apple released an update for Final Cut Pro X and its companion apps Motion and Compressor.
The folks in Cupertino have been busy this week. Mac OS X 10.10.3 (complete with the new Photos app) and iOS 8.3 were released to the public, and Apple Watch preorders went live — and promptly sold out (at least as far as launch day is concerned). Get the details on those stories plus a whole lot more in this edition of the week's hottest Apple news!
As of today, the Apple Watch is available for preorder, and we've already got a short-form review of the device ready here at Mac|Life. Word is still out as to whether you actually need one, but there's no longer any doubt at this point as to whether anyone wants one. In today's Apple Daily, we outline the highlights from the Apple Watch's first big day.
In today's Apple Daily, an iPhone repair company puts the Apple Watch's sapphire crystal display under a power drill and it comes out fine. In other news, the Apple Watch apparently isn't entirely powerless if it's not tethered to an iPhone, and some creative folks have made an Apple Watch that looks like it was designed in 1985.
It's apparently patch day at Apple, and the Cupertino company has loosed major updates for both Max OS X Yosemite and iOS 8 out into the wild. In today's Apple Daily, we go over the highlights of each.