[metaslider id=2885] Apple officially revealed its sleek new smartwatch charging dock on Wednesday, just one day after leaked images hit the Web. The new accessory will charge your device with the display facing up or at a 90 degree angle, for Nightstand mode, though it doesn’t come cheap.
Apple Music is finally available on Android, and you can grab it now on Google Play. The new app offers almost everything included in the original iOS version, including a three-month trial that should tempt even Apple’s toughest critics.
Apple’s latest iOS 9 software has already been installed on 66 percent of compatible devices less than three months after it made its public debut, the Cupertino company’s latest adoption figures reveal. Meanwhile, only a quarter of modern devices are still running iOS 8.
Apple has published a list of products that will be considered “obsolete” this December. The list includes Macs, the first-generation iPod touch, and a number of Beats devices, which will no longer be eligible for service or repair through Apple support.
Since Apple launched its new Apple News service in iOS 9 last month, it has already attracted more than 40 million users, company CEO Tim Cook has confirmed. That figure is even more impressive when you consider Apple News is currently only available in three countries.
Just days after releasing a trio of iPhone 6s ads starring Jamie Foxx and NBA star Stephen Curry, Apple is back with another, this time featuring Bill Hader of Saturday Night Live. The ad again focuses on hands-free “Hey Siri,” and it’s quite possibly the funniest iPhone ad yet.
More than 6.5 million people are paying for Apple Music, and another 8.5 million are still enjoying a free trial, Tim Cook has confirmed. Users “love the human curation” aspect that doesn’t come with rival music streaming services, the Apple CEO added.
Less than a month after making its public debut, Apple News has been disabled in China. Apple is yet to confirm the move, but users visiting mainland China report they are unable to refresh Apple News to fetch new stories.
Apple rolled out its iOS 9.0.2 update to the public on Wednesday, but one thing its release notes did not tell us is that the update fixed a major lock screen security flaw that allowed access to our devices without a passcode.
Apple’s latest iPhones aren’t officially water-resistant, but they don’t seem to mind a little soak. Both the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus came out alive and working after enduring an hour in a bowl of water for one stress test.
Apple may have eliminated “bendgate,” but does its new iPhone 6s have an overheating issue? Some users report that their handsets are getting too warm during use — so much so that the device will not allow the LED flash to activate when taking pictures.
Apple just released watchOS 2, the first huge update for the Apple Watch that was delayed a few days after Apple discovered a small bug. If you own an Apple Watch, this is an update you’ll definitely want to apply, since it adds a bunch of added functionality to the device, and opens it up […]