Apple generously coughed up a reported $100 million to deliver the latest U2 album free to more than 500 million iTunes customers, but over the last week an increasing number of music fans have whined on social media about getting a raw deal.
Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and ApplePay could certainly be enough to call it a day, but instead he took the stage for "the next chapter of Apple's story" to introduce the long-awaited... Apple Watch?
Apple Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing Philip W. Schiller had the pleasure of detailing the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which will be available for preorder on September 12th, with in-store availability coming September 19th.
Apple CEO Tim Cook roared onto the stage at the Flint Center in Cupertino on Tuesday morning, wasting not a moment by jumping right into the announcement of the long-awaited, highly anticipated iPhone 6.
After months of speculation, September 9 is finally here, and that means Apple executives will take the stage later today to announce the latest and greatest from Cupertino. The live streamed event can be viewed on Apple TV, and we've rounded up the latest rumors of a U2 connection as well as a bombastic ABC News promo about the event for today's Morning Report.
Each year, the fervor surrounding the latest iPhone seems to increase to a fever pitch. This year, shoppers are lining up even before Apple announces a new model, not to mention the fabled iWatch, which many believe will be Cupertino's curveball. Thursday's Morning Report takes a new look at that device as well as rumors of U2's involvement in next week's festivities, so click ahead for the details...
If you weren't already excited for Apple's media event in San Francisco today, it's time to get excited: The company has announced it will be streaming the shindig live to the Mac, iOS and Apple TV devices.
Although T-Mobile US is now an official provider of the iPhone, the fourth-placed carrier still doesn't have an Apple-sanctioned iPad -- but that could change with the latest models expected at next week's media event.
Assuming Apple is holding the rumored media event next Tuesday, Oct. 22, the media should start receiving invites today, but the rumor mill is abuzz with potential release dates for the hardware expected to be unveiled there.
Sure, we all know Apple introduced two new iPhones on Tuesday along with a set of silicone cases, but did you know you can now get AppleCare+ for your iPod classic? Or that Cupertino is back in the dock accessory business?