We've got good news for those still waiting to buy an Apple Watch, reports of Apple smacking down a major iPhone accessory maker, and word that Apple is scrambling to secure deals with indie publishers two weeks before the launch of Apple Music. Apple Daily has arrived, so dig in!
With Apple's annual Worldwide Developer Conference looming on the horizon in just over two weeks, speculation about what Cupertino will introduce with iOS 9 is at an all-time high. Our Thursday edition of Apple Daily takes a look at the latest new features rumored for the iPad and Apple Maps, as well as a peek at Apple Watch bands out in the wild for the very first time.
Raise your hand if you're excited about Apple Watch! Okay, the couple of you in the back who didn't raise your hands, stick around, because this edition of Apple Daily has some non-Watch news as well. But if you're not excited, you probably should be, because new Apple product-category launches don't happen too often! Let's dispense with the tomfoolery and jump right in.
With all eyes on Friday's launch of the Apple Watch, it's not surprising that much of this edition of the Apple Daily is focused squarely on Cupertino's first wearable. We've got updates on new product availability, developers being offered a chance to buy a Watch this week, and potentially good news for Maps fans looking forward to the return of public transit directions.
If you're thinking about turning two-factor authentication on for your Apple ID and iCloud account (a great idea, by the way!), our Tuesday Morning Report has details on a very important "gotcha" you'll want to know about before doing so. There's also some potentially good news for Bose fans, and word of another actor passing on the Steve Jobs biopic. Don't delay, click and get reading!
It's good to be the king, and when it comes to mobile payments, Apple executive Eddy Cue is the lord of the manor after spearheading Apple Pay. Our Tuesday Morning Report follows Cue around Santa Monica presumably spending corporate cash, while AT&T Mobile Share Value customers get another data bump, and Wi-Fi issues continue for OS X Yosemite users. Clickety-click, the news awaits!
Happy Halloween! There's nothing too spooky about our final Morning Report for the month of October, unless you're an Apple shareholder or Samsung — in which case our Friday edition is likely to be full of ghosts and goblins guaranteed to keep you up late tonight. Enter our haunted house of tech news, if you dare!
It's widely known that Apple co-founder Steve Jobs had a dark side, so why not go straight to The Dark Knight himself to play the iconic CEO on the big screen? Our Thursday Morning Report includes details on Sony's ambitious biopic, as well as Apple's pending retail invasion of China, plus Google's new take on email. Click and consume!
In case you haven't heard, there's another Apple media event scheduled for Thursday, and owners of the Apple TV can sit back and enjoy all the announcements courtesy of the Apple Events channel. Today's Morning Report also has additional details on when Apple Pay might launch from partner Panera Bread, as well as availability for a new smartphone-connected door lock. It's all just a click away!
The Apple Watch continues to impress fashionistas, who will see the device featured prominently on the wrist of a supermodel in the next issue of Vogue China. Our Friday Morning Report has the details on that, as well as a possible escalation in the Beats-Bose skirmish that could see the latter ejected from Apple retail stores, plus details on the latest Skype for Mac update. We've got all the news, just a click away...