Apple is reportedly looking for a lot of space to house its secretive electric car project. A major San Francisco real estate executive, Hudson Pacific Properties CEO Victor Hudson recently told analysts that the Cupertino company is...Show More Summary
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Apple’s CEO Tim Cook is reportedly set to head to China later this week to meet with government officials, according to The Guardian. Citing the ever-present but perpetually shy ‘sources’, the report suggests that the purpose of theShow More Summary
Starting today, students enrolled in an eligible college or university will today be able to subscribe to Apple Music at a discounted price, as Apple is offering half off the standard subscription rate for its streaming music servic...
This week on the AppleInsider podcast, we discuss Apple's stock, the 'iPhone 7' and rumors of the headphone jack reappearing, a patent for a possible 'Apple Pencil 2', smart voice assistants, Fitbit's performance, and more.
DAY TEN Home, Dinosaur Land, Biscuits and Gravy Sadly, this is the last day of our exuberant vacation. After packing our bags, we drove to Linden and the Apple House to meet the boys for breakfast. I had the biscuits and gravy and it was scrumptious. Show More Summary
Musician Drake, right, walks past Eddy Cue, Apple senior vice president of Internet Software and Services, during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, Monday, June 8, 2015. The maker of iPods and iPhones announced Apple Music, an app that combines a 24-hour, seven-day live radio station called "Beats [...]
The two tech titans are apparently seeking large swathes of land for their research into driverless cars.
Apple Music has 13 million subscribers, and the service is slated to pick up a major update later this year. In a bid to attract more subscribers, Apple is offering a 50% discount to students, making the service available for $4.99 per month. The promotion is valid in Australia, Denmark, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, U.K., and the U.S. Show More Summary
Today view widgets make all your info an utilities available at a swipe! [Notification Center](/notification-center, Apple's easy to pull down repository for all your alerts, includes a Today view that gives you day and date, next appointment, next destination, calendar list, reminders, stocks, and tomorrow's highlight all at a glance. Show More Summary
One of the largest property companies in the San Francisco Bay Area has said during an investor call that Apple is seeking around 800,000 square feet of space in the area to expand its car project. The WSJ quotes Hudson Pacific Properties...Show More Summary
Though Apple's plan to develop and release an electric car has reportedly hit a few speed bumps over the past few months, the company seemingly has no intention of slowing down its car-oriented R&D anytime soon. According to a new report...Show More Summary
Students will now get a 50 percent discount on yearly subscriptions to the streaming service.
While companies like Google and mainstream automakers make no secret of their autonomous car plans, Apple’s been a whole lot more coy about Project Titan and exactly what the company’s working on. However, according to the CEO of real-estate...Show More Summary
Reuters is reporting that Apple CEO Tim Cook will visit China later in May to meet with government officials and address current tensions between Apple and China, seen by many as the main driver of revenue growth for the company going forward. Apple has faced some significant setbacks in China in the last few weeks. Show More Summary
Apple is offering students a 50 percent discount on subscription plans for its Music streaming service, reports TechCrunch. The discounted rates will be available to students in select universities and colleges in the US, UK, Germany, Denmark, Ireland, Australia and New Zealand starting today. Show More Summary