iOS 8 in its latest iteration continues to make news and shake things up. Why was there the glitch that released the broken update? What are some more hidden tricks, tips, and tweaks in the latest operating system. But probably the biggest newsmaker this week was Apple Pay and how some retailers are reacting (hint: not good).
According to a report by Variety, actor Seth Rogen will likely be playing Apple co-founder Steve "Woz" Wozniak in the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic starring Christian Bale. There's a touch of iffiness about the claim as TheWrap notes that Rogen doesn't have a deal in place, but most sources agree that Rogen is at least in talks for the role.
Well, iOS 8.1 seemed to have gotten off with a less glitchy start than a few other software launches lately, and Apple Pay seems to be making the news. Will you be using your iPhone 6 at the checkout counter? Not if you go to one drug store. Meanwhile, it's beginning to look a lot like October out there, and at least ten apps want to get you ready for the season.
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!
The next time you think you've paid a lot for your Apple computer, consider the buyers of a rare working Apple I motherboard who put down $905,000 for the unit at a Bonhams History of Science auction in New York. The Bonhams video accompanying the auction (below) suggested it might go for around $300,000 or $500,000, but it left the lot for about double that.
A new report claims that Christian Bale is currently in talks to star in the upcoming Aaron Sorkin-penned biopic, which has been plagued with false starts and changing team members almost since news of it first surfaced. Just last month, Leonardo DiCaprio was considering portraying the Apple co-founder, but he reportedly withdrew out of a desire for a lengthy break.
For anyone who loves Apple, this weekend was something of a somber affair as fans and company executives took the time to remember the late CEO Steve Jobs, who passed away three years ago yesterday. Our Morning Report takes a look at those tributes, as well as a glimpse into how the iPhone 6 is faring in China, and what Adobe has up its sleeve as its annual MAX conference kicks off Monday in Los Angeles. Read on for the details!
We're still in the iOS 8 and iPhone honeymoon period when everything's coming up handsets and software updates. So let's take a look at a couple stories on that, and let's see what else is going on out there. Say, who here would like 27" jumbo inches of Retina Display? Yeah, that's what we're talking about.
Sunday will mark three years since Steve Jobs lost his long battle to pancreatic cancer, but his influence on the company he co-founded is as strong as ever. Apple CEO Tim Cook reflected on that legacy in an e-mail that he sent out to all Apple employees this morning.
Judging from our Friday Morning Report, an awful lot of folks must be choosing the 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus over the smaller 4.7-inch iPhone 6, at least according to shipments leaving manufacturer Foxconn lately. We've also got the scoop on potentially cheaper Beats Music subscriptions, plus details on why Leonardo DiCaprio won't be playing Steve Jobs after all. Kick off the weekend on a good note by reading on!