Apple continues to gobble up tech talent for its secretive autonomous automotive project. There have been new hirings inside Apple that range from technology-focused folks to those with expertise in the automotive industry. According to a recent Reuters reports, the latest bit of hiring shows that Jamie Carlson has jumped ship from Tesla Motors...
Good news for people looking at purchasing the iPhone 6s. The iPhone 6s will have a better camera than its predecessor. According to the Business Insider, Apple’s upgrade over the iPhone 6 will be equipped with a 12 megapixel camera that will have a larger sensor built in. Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Apple has required that all its third-party accessory vendors redesign the packaging for all their products so that everything looks more like an Apple product, according to an internal company document leaked to Business Insider. A report in July said the move was coming. Show More Summary
Anxious for the new iPhone? You may not have to wait long before Apple unveils it. According to “sources” speaking to Business Insider, Apple will hold an event on September 9 to announce the new iPhone. Specifically, Business Insider says it will happen the week of September 7, and its sources claim September 9 is the “most likely” date. Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Apple patented a design for earbuds that don't fall out of your ears if you try to do some exercise last year. The patent describes an earpiece with a bendy outer section that formsShow More Summary
According to a report by KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo picked up by Apple Insider, Apple is planning to release a thinner, lighter version of the iPad Mini at the end of this quarter to boost sluggish sales. According to Kuo's estimates, Apple has sold just 8.8 million iPads this quarter, 33.5% less than last year. Show More Summary
The Artists Coalition comes down on Sony, we take a look at how Apple Music measures up to its competition, and Sinead O'Connor declares the death of the music industry. This and other chatter from the week in music. Inside Apple Music's Swift Negotiations Is The Music Industry Sleepwalking Into...
Taylor Swift's now famous open letter demanding that Apple Music pay artists during their 90 day free trial period was both unexpected and perfectly timed, according to details shared by her label boss at a Fortune's Brainstorm Tech conference this week. ____________________________________ “The conversation started with myself and the executives...
Our look at the upcoming “iPhone 6S” continues today with a discussion of new internal components that are expected to be inside Apple’s latest smartphone. In addition to expected changes such as a Force Touch display, upgraded camera system, and new Qualcomm LTE chip for up to twice-as-fast data speeds, the next iPhone will likely include updated NFC hardware, […]
The first full-length trailer for the upcoming Danny Boyle film Steve Jobs about the iconic Apple co-founder was released today and may remind viewers of another film about a massive tech company and its leaders penned by Aaron Sorkin. Show More Summary
You'll be able to download apps, music, and movies much faster on the upcoming iPhone 6S compared to the iPhone 6, according to 9to5Mac's Mark Gurman. His latest report suggests that a new chip inside Apple's next iPhone will significantly boost LTE performance — even doubling that of the iPhone 6. Show More Summary
If you look on the internet for Apple’s next iPhone, you will find two variants of names: iPhone 6S or iPhone 7. We don’t know what’s happening inside Apple’s headquarters, what are they planning, because the employees are keeping their mouths shut and it’s hard to get information for a reliable source. Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Apple is going to give labels, publishers, and other music owners over 70 percent of revenues from its new music streaming service. Last week a leaked Apple Music contract suggested that the company was only going to pay out 58 percent of its revenue in licensing fees. Show More Summary
While areas of New York City's Upper East Side have been infiltrated by yuccies over the past few years, the neighborhood is still one of the city's ritziest So naturally, the new Apple Store opening there is suitably fancy. The brick-and-mortar...Show More Summary
This post originally appeared on Business Insider. Apple has just pulled the iPod from its website's main menu, giving Apple Music the old spot of the portable media player. The main menu at the top of Apple's page used to advertiseShow More Summary
London -- one of the most expensive cities in the world -- has prime exposure to Apple Watch, both in high-end boutiques and in two of Apple's own most impressive retail flagship stores, among the 38 total stores in the United Kingdom. Actually buying the new device in those stores, however, remains frustratingly difficult, at least for now.
Apple has announced seven new markets will be able to purchase the Apple Watch from June 26 – Italy, Mexico, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Switzerland and Taiwan. The Apple wearable will be made available inside Apple Stores, as well as the online store and at Apple Authorized Resellers. Show More Summary
Irish Examiner got an inside look at Apple’s EU headquarters in Cork along with some interviews with employees there. The campus holds around 4,000 Apple employees that the report points out span across support services, distribution, mapping and manufacturing. The only Apple-owned manufacturing facility in the world churns out iMacs; hundreds of workers help customers […]
When people talk about Apple’s Cork, Ireland operations it’s normally a negatively, regarding Apple’s questionable tax structure. What I was less familiar with is the fact that not only does Apple operate a 4,000-person factory in Cork which builds iMacs, but … Read more ›
Switzerland is an affluent country with lots of people who value high quality products and new technology, making it a potential hotspot for Apple Watch--at least once the new product is officially launched in the country, known for its breathtaking mountains and equally breathtaking consumer prices.