TV was the hot Apple topic this week in Apple land. Not only is Apple supposedly launching a subscription-based cable alternative later this year, but the long-awaited Apple TV update is rumored to make an appearance this June. Read on for that and lots more, including details on Nintendo heading to iOS and some Steve Jobs-related news!
Late last year, TAG Heuer chief Jean-Claude Biver made a turn-around on his dismissive comments about the Apple Watch, and today he made an announcement that shows he's taking his stated intentions to provide an luxury alternative to the Apple Watch seriously. In other news, you can buy Steve Jobs' high school yearbook if you have $13,000 to throw around.
If you happen to known an Android user who's been wanting to trade in his or her Apple device for an iPhone, you should tell them that they might have the chance to do so soon. In other news, Apple's not too happy about a damning new documentary about Steve Jobs.
If you're not a developer but you've always wanted to tinker with Apple's iOS betas before they go live, today's your lucky day! In other news, it turns out that the new Steve Jobs biography set for release later this month is as full of new stories and information as originally claimed.
Everybody's excited for Apple's big media event on Monday — which will presumably focus heavily on Apple Watch — but the rumor mill has already been overflowing with news and speculation about Apple's long-awaited wearable tech. In addition, a new Steve Jobs biography is in the works, there's interesting news about Apple TV, great-looking games abound on Mac and iOS, Photos goes public, Mac|Life celebrates its 100th issue, and more!
Tim Cook relayed a lot of details about the upcoming Apple Watch to employees at the main Berlin Apple Store, and most of them leaked out into the public. Let's hope Cook still has some some surprises in store for next Monday! In other news, there's a new Steve Jobs biography on the way, and if you've been itching to try out the new Photos for Mac app, you can hop in today if you have beta access.
The most exciting news this week was certainly Apple's announcment of its next big press event — and it's only a little over a week away! Lots of other cool stuff happened in the world of Apple, too, including improvements to iCloud and Apple Maps, some buzz on the next iPhone, and a good reason to reflect on Steve Jobs.
Apple fans are once again remembering the life and times of Steve Jobs today on what would have been the 60th birthday of the legendary co-founder. In our Tuesday edition of Apple Daily, we'll find out how current CEO Tim Cook acknowledged that date, along with news that Samsung may still be in the iPhone memory game, the latest Apple acquisition, and how much of the smartphone market iOS and Android have gobbled up to date.
Steve Jobs was a lot of things. CEO. Inventor. Genius. Perfectionist. Visionary. But perhaps what we'll remember him most fondly for was his words. So, on what would have been his 60th birthday, the best way we can think of to honor him is to collect 10 of our favorite quotes and relive some of his greatest moments.
Jony Ive has never been so chatty as he is in a recent New Yorker profile, which covers everything from his thoughts on Apple's various products to the particulars of his professional relationship with Steve Jobs. In other news, someone finally caught one of those teched-up Dodge Caravans Apple employees are driving on camera.