In today's Apple Daily, Apple is said to be preparing to launch its music streaming service with the option of trying it for 90 days for free. Meanwhile, there's good news and bad news at the Apple Online Store: all AT&T subsidized iPhones with two-year plans have been removed, but same-day delivery is now offered for some purchases.
You win some, you lose some. On one hand, Apple confirms that the Apple TV can be used as a central hub for its new HomeKit service. On the other, a new report claims we won't see an updated Apple TV at this year's WWDC, and Apple ihas ssued a voluntary recall for one of its Beats devices.
In today's Apple Daily, Apple Confirms that it will, in fact, livestream the keynote address for the next WWDC. Just don't expect to do it on a Windows computer. In other news, the first HomeKit devices made their appearance today.
In today's Apple Daily, a new report claims that Apple's long-rumored streaming music service may be just a week away, a San Francisco Bay area woman drops off a $200,000 Apple I at a local recycling center, and Apple sends out a video to retail employees informing them to prepare for the imminent Apple Watch retail launch.
Apple spent all that money on Beats earlier this year, and they really, really want you to see what the service has to offer. And just to ensure that you have no excuse not to try it out, the company's reportedly going to start bundling it with iOS starting sometime next year. According to the Financial Times, that could happen as early as March.
Google will be countering Apple's WWDC 2014 announcements with its own annual developer conference this week in San Francisco, an event rumored to include an Android Wear smartwatch from Samsung as well as new TV and automobile products from the search giant. Google I/O kicks off Wednesday, so we'll be sure to keep an eye on the proceedings and report back here with any big developments. In the meantime, here's what you might have missed over the weekend...
Apple is a little late to the music-streaming revolution with its acquisition of Beats Music; that much is clear. According to a new Buzzfeed report, however, that tardiness has as much to do with willful ignorance on the part of Apple's executives as it does with maintaining sales on iTunes.
E-tailer Amazon is toying with the idea of raising the price of its annual Prime subscription, but will the company offer customers any additional benefits along with the price hike? A new report claims music streaming could be in the cards.
The list of musical acts who have chosen to dodge the digital music revolution entirely seems to shrink with every passing year, and this week finds another one scratched off the list for fans of 1970s rock and roll.
Christmas shoppers, are you starting to panic yet? There's officially less than two weeks before the big day, and time is running out to buy your favorite gifts online and have them delivered to the comfort of your home in time for Santa Claus to take all the credit for your good taste. Don't worry, it will all work out -- take a breath, catch up on what you missed on Wednesday, and then you can start panicking!