The big deal of the week was of course Apple's unveiling of the new iPad Air models, but they also dropped a gorgeous big screen iMac down for us to drool over and then slipped us Yosemite Thursday. With iOS 8.1 set to drop Monday, Apple is pretty much dominating the weekend. Those stories and more of what else happened in Apple news this week.
Apple CEO Tim Cook today revealed more information about the company's Apple Pay mobile payment service at today's media event, adding that the service will go live on Monday. "We think that it is going to be profound," Cook said. Since the service was announced last month, Cook stated, more than 500 banks have signed on to the service.
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.
There's a new Apple event on the way, or so a new report claims, and this time we won't be seeing the fanfare of surprise U2 performances and massive reveals that characterized last month's event. Apple instead has something a little more low-key in mind, and reportedly the company will content itself with the launch of the new iPads, iMacs, and OS X Yosemite.
Does anyone else have a virtual hangover from downloading so many updates yesterday? iOS 8 has officially touched down on existing devices, and with it comes a renewed focus on security and user privacy, as outlined in today's Morning Report. We've also got details on the latest updates to Apple TV and OS X Mavericks, as well as how to say goodbye to iPhoto for iOS. Click and read!
Apple generously coughed up a reported $100 million to deliver the latest U2 album free to more than 500 million iTunes customers, but over the last week an increasing number of music fans have whined on social media about getting a raw deal.
Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and ApplePay could certainly be enough to call it a day, but instead he took the stage for "the next chapter of Apple's story" to introduce the long-awaited... Apple Watch?
Apple CEO Tim Cook roared onto the stage at the Flint Center in Cupertino on Tuesday morning, wasting not a moment by jumping right into the announcement of the long-awaited, highly anticipated iPhone 6.
The first week of September is wrapping up, and that means Apple's big media event next Tuesday is only one weekend away! Our Morning Report wraps up the week by taking a look at a new security measures being added to iCloud, as well as a pair of new iPhone-connected gadgets you're sure to enjoy. Click to read more!
While many pundits and analysts proclaim it's curtains for the tablet market, one of technology's more prominent voices says it's too early to write off such devices. Today's Morning Report also takes a look at rumors of a thinner MacBook for early next year, and a cute little programmable button that works with all of your devices. Read on for the details!