Everybody knows that new iPhones will be arriving later this year, what size will they be? That topic was one of the biggest (no pun intended) Apple stories this week, along with info on other new Apple hardware (a keyboard, to be exact), the latest on Apple Watch, news on Apple TV, big acclaim for Tim Cook, and an annniversary celebration of OS X. Read on for all the details!
In today's Apple Daily, Apple CEO Tim Cook expresses his opposition to Indiana's controversial new law. In other news, NBCUniversal's absence from the "known" roster of channels for Apple's rumored online streaming TV service has nothing to do with negotiations gone wrong. Also, Apple has officially announced when the three dedicated Apple Watch stores-within-stores will open.
In today's Apple Daily, we learn that Apple might be planning to release three new iPhones this September. In other news, Fortune magazine has called Apple CEO Tim Cook the "world's greatest leader," and Apple Watch apps are already starting to appear on the App Store in preparation for the device's April 24 release.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took the stage in San Francisco to talk about the company's latest retail store in China, a price reduction for Apple TV, and the new HBO Now streaming plan before moving on to updates on how the iPhone is selling.
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.
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.
In today's news, Apple might be preparing for another big media event showcasing the Apple Watch, judging by a request it recently sent a major developer. Elsewhere, Apple's stock hit yet another all-time high today, and on a more tragic note, long-running Apple blog TUAW will close as a result of recent cuts at AOL.
According to Standard and Poor's, Apple made history yesterday when it released its quarterly earnings report as all those iPhone sales resulted in the most profitable quarter in history. Elsewhere, YouTube finally gives in and goes full HTML5, and Universal Pictures releases the final cast list for the Steve Jobs biopic.
It's quarterly report day at Apple, which means it's time once again for us to drop our jaws at the record amounts of cash Apple is raking in. (And while they were at it, they dropped some info on the Apple Watch's release date!) If you're still bummed out about some lingering bugs in iOS, never fear — there's a patch for that.