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.
At last, the Photos for Mac OS X app is here! Well, it's in beta, at any rate. In other news, Apple's clearly up to something in the automobile industry, judging from the hefty bonuses the company is reportedly offering engineers who work at Tesla. Alas, it's not going exactly as planned. Elsewhere, Swatch claims it'll have a smartwatch ready in the next couple of months that will directly compete with Apple Watch.
Tim Cook and friends are no doubt celebrating over the latest report from Kantar Worldpanel, which states that iPhones have taken a greater share of the U.S. smartphone market than Android phones for the first time since 2012. Elsewhere, there's a strange car leased to Apple that's prowling the streets in and around San Francisco, and Universal Pictures finally announces a release day for Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs biopic.
Remember the desolate island used by the villainous Silva in the latest James Bond epic Skyfall? Now you can visit the barren Japanese landscape that inspired the film without leaving the comfort of your own home.
Longing for the grand old days of iOS 5 when Google's Street View was baked right into the Maps app? You may not be able to go back in time, but for only 99 cents you can get Street View back with Streets 2.0.
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