In today's Apple Daily, photos of the recently rumored "iPhone 6c" are already making their way across the Internet. In other news, you'll apparently have to sign up for a try-on reservation if you expect to buy an Apple Watch in-store, and even then you might have to wait for it. Also, Apple announced the date of its next earnings call.
Everybody knows that new iPhones will be arriving later this year, what size will they be? That topic was one of the biggest (no pun intended) Apple stories this week, along with info on other new Apple hardware (a keyboard, to be exact), the latest on Apple Watch, news on Apple TV, big acclaim for Tim Cook, and an annniversary celebration of OS X. Read on for all the details!
In today's Apple Daily, Apple CEO Tim Cook expresses his opposition to Indiana's controversial new law. In other news, NBCUniversal's absence from the "known" roster of channels for Apple's rumored online streaming TV service has nothing to do with negotiations gone wrong. Also, Apple has officially announced when the three dedicated Apple Watch stores-within-stores will open.
In today's Apple Daily, we learn that Apple might be planning to release three new iPhones this September. In other news, Fortune magazine has called Apple CEO Tim Cook the "world's greatest leader," and Apple Watch apps are already starting to appear on the App Store in preparation for the device's April 24 release.
Apple may want us to believe that the upcoming MacBook Air won't be able to handle external 4K monitors, but it seems it's actually selling itself short. Oh, Apple — don't be so humble! In other news, there's already another channel available for Apple TV, and gold Apple Watch buyers can expect 30-minute appointments come April 10.
In today's Apple Daily, Apple adds three new channels to the already impressive lineup for Apple TV. In other news, Apple's shipping out free decals to place on your windows and cash registers if you use Apple Pay at your business.
Photos that accidentally appeared on Apple's online store this weekend suggest that the Cupertino company might be ready to unveil a significant update to its beloved wireless keyboard. In other news, a couple of cool new features were discovered lurking in the beta for iOS 8.3.
TV was the hot Apple topic this week in Apple land. Not only is Apple supposedly launching a subscription-based cable alternative later this year, but the long-awaited Apple TV update is rumored to make an appearance this June. Read on for that and lots more, including details on Nintendo heading to iOS and some Steve Jobs-related news!
After years of rumor and speculation, it appears that Apple is at last ready to reveal an update for the Apple TV at WWDC. In other news, a new video shows the fitness testing process for the Apple Watch, and an earlier version of a rival operating system is about to get the boot from Boot Camp.
Late last year, TAG Heuer chief Jean-Claude Biver made a turn-around on his dismissive comments about the Apple Watch, and today he made an announcement that shows he's taking his stated intentions to provide an luxury alternative to the Apple Watch seriously. In other news, you can buy Steve Jobs' high school yearbook if you have $13,000 to throw around.