It's been almost half a year since we've checked in on the progress of Apple's new "spaceship" campus, and a new video created by the folks over at AppleInsider shows that it's going up quickly. Captured with a DJI Phantom 2 Vision Plus drone, the footage reveals that most of the major buildings on the campus are already taking shape.
How's iOS 8 working out for you? Judging from Apple's own adoption numbers, users may be dragging their feet to install the update compared to iOS 7, and our Tuesday Morning Report takes a look at what could be behind that dilemma. We've also got the first official aerial photo of Apple's Campus 2, as well as all the details on the latest version of Carbon Copy Cloner for Mac users. Click and enjoy!
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.
If you want to know more about the iPhone 6 and iWatch, you're in luck — it seems that a day can't go by without more rumors about Apple's upcoming hardware. But that's not all that's been happening this week — there's also been loads of other news, including a new look at Apple HQ, info on vastly improved battery life, and some great tips to deal with spam and Time Machine.
If that 2016 opening date for Apple's new "spaceship" campus was starting to sound a little overambitious, take heart. Judging from a new photo posted to Twitter by KCBS news and traffic reporter Ron Cervi (via MacRumors), the new home base of Apple is quickly starting to take shape.
Last month we reported that L.A. Lakers basketball star Kobe Bryant had been seen hanging around Apple's offices in Cupertino, and at the time we speculated that he was in town to discuss endorsement deals regarding the rumored "iWatch." But a new report from 9to5Mac claims that he and other athletes from the NBA, NHL, and MLB have instead been visiting Tim Cook and friends to test the fitness capabilities of Apple's long-anticipated wearable tech.
If you're looking for a piece of Apple history to hang on your walls, you probably can't get much better than two of the rainbow-themed Apple logos that once adorned the company's Cupertino headquarters from 1977 through 1998. And if you happen to have a sizable chunk of change sitting around, we've got some great news — they'll be auctioned on June 4 by British auction house Bonhams.
Feeling kinda hungry? Well then, this week's got some tasty tidbits to tease your tastebuds as well as a few new games worth your time. Plus, if you wanted to get a little FaceTime in, you'd best be packing the latest iOS, and at last, Google slinks out of the shadows. All that and more, plus the latest skinny on Apple's latest worst kept secret, the iWatch.
Remember those days when environmentalists used to jump on Apple all the time for its practices? Those days seem long behind us, indeed, this morning Apple unveiled its "Better" campaign to demonstrate its contributions to making the world a better place — aside, you know, from dependable and intuitive tech. To celebrate the initiative, YouTube's "Unofficially Apple" released a video on YouTube showcasing the environmentally friendly nature of Apple's new campus.