More specific details about the devices we'll probably see at Apple's media event next week continue to roll in from alleged insider sources, which at this point means that Apple CEO Tim Cook could just walk on stage and show that the devices exist and his work would be done. Today's rumors claim that the next Apple TV will have a universal search feature and come with a black remote, and that we'll finally get to see the "iPad Pro" after months of rumors.
Apple has at last announced the date for its next big media event and, well, it's on the date we'd all been saying it was going to be for weeks now. In addition, Apple is said to be planning to bring some spiffy animated wallpapers to the "iPhone 6s" and "iPhone 6s Plus."
The Mac is usually thought of as a bastion of safety and security in the virus-crowded landscape of modern personal computing, but a new worm may have just changed all that. In addition, Apple is toying with the idea of becoming its own cellular data provider, and the Cupertino company is also said to be developing a voicemail transcription service for Siri.
Apple has heard your complaints about massive free-space requirements for new updates to iOS, and a new tool found in the latest iOS 9 beta aims to make the installation process much less painful. In addition, a software developer proves you can get a Macintosh OS from 1996 to run on an Apple Watch, and events from the weekend show why it's not a good idea to ask Siri about 9/11 or 9-1-1.
iOS 9 may not feature any jaw-dropping innovations, but it's packed with enhancements that will help us work and play smarter and faster. Read on to discover why Apple's next mobile OS will be every bit as important as iOS 7 was.
iOS 9 will be hitting iPhones, iPads, and iPods this fall, bringing with it improvements to Siri, new search options, smarter calendar reminders, and more. At WWDC, Craig Federighi again took the stage to talk about iOS, starting out with the fact that 83 percent of active iPhone users are using iOS 8. He then jumped right into the features, claiming that Apple wants to add intelligence to the user experience of iOS 9 without compromising privacy.
In today's Apple Daily, Apple once again nabs the top spot for customer satisfaction with tech support over at Consumer Reports. Additionally, some insider sources finally (and allegedly) reveal what's up with those Dodge Caravans driving around cities like San Francisco and Dallas, and Apple releases a support document that helps iOS users cope with a troublesome iMessage bug.
In today's Apple Daily, Tesla CEO Elon Musk claims he's looking forward to the day when Apple enters the automobile business. And for a bit of fun, a new video shows us what it'd be like if Siri was our mother.
As we draw ever closer to the release of Apple Watch, news continues to swirl around the long-awaited device, including reports on its associated operating system and how it will impact the Apple Store experience. In addition, the Steve Jobs movie has a release date, new details have emerged on the hotly anticipated Photos app, and Apple apparently has something in store involving automobiles. All that and more in this week's hottest Apple news!