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Apple's iTunes Store hit with hours-long outage affecting music, app and e-book downloads

Apple late Tuesday confirmed an unknown issue affecting its digital storefronts has barred users from purchasing, downloading or re-downloading content from the iTunes Music Store, App Store and iBookstore.

Helpful shift scheduler for Apple Store employees turning into App Store app for all

A couple of years ago, Australia-based former Apple Retail Store employee Josh Hunt realized that he (and his colleagues) had a major problem: even with Apple’s cloud technologies, viewing his Apple Store work schedule was a pain. Apple’s internal network allows Apple Store employees to view their hours each day, but this information is not […]

Apple tells developers that apps cannot store HealthKit data in iCloud

Apple has updated the privacy policy for its HealthKit service to make it clear to developers that their apps cannot store user information in iCloud. Just last week, it amended the policy guidelines to explain that health data should not be accessible to advertisers. Show More Summary

Apple publishes rules for new iOS 8 frameworks, HealthKit data cannot be stored in iCloud

After releasing a set of developer rules for HealthKit in the last iOS 8 beta, Apple on Tuesday expanded its App Store Review Guidelines to cover upcoming frameworks including app extensions, HomeKit and TestFlight.

Apple Updates App Store Guidelines, Calls Out 'Creepy' Apps for Exclusion

Apple today updated its App Store review guidelines ahead of the launch of iPhone 6 and iOS 8, adding sections for new features such as extensions, HealthKit, HomeKit and TestFlight. Additionally, Apple tweaked its introductory remark to specifically call out "creepy" apps as unwelcome in the App Store.We have over a million Apps in the App Store. Show More Summary

Nordstrom department stores are working with Apple on mobile payments (report)

The report flies in the face of other theories saying Apple prefers to work through credit card partners to recruit merchants to its platform.

Apple sets rules for developers using HealthKit, HomeKit, TestFlight, and Extensions ahead of iOS 8 launch

Today, Apple has updated its official App Store developers Review Guidelines to outline the requirements for iOS 8 applications that will make use of the new HealthKit, HomeKit, TestFlight, and Extensions services. Today’s update indicates that Apple is nearing the release of iOS 8, the next-generation mobile operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod […]

The world’s largest carrier is already taking preorders for the iPhone 6

Apple hasn’t announced the iPhone 6 yet, but that isn’t stopping the world’s largest carrier from opening up preorders. In Beijing, China Mobile has begun accepting preorders for the unreleased smartphone in both 4.7 and 5.5-inch sizes. “The program is … Read more ›

Kendall Jenner Gets to Work in the Big Apple

Taking care of a few work duties, Kendall Jenner stepped out in New York City on Tuesday afternoon (September 2). The 18-year-old model rocked a pair of knee high boots with a matching leather top as she toted around her portfolio and...Show More Summary

Eva Longoria Says Apple Employees Stole Her Information, Contacted Her

Actress Eva Longoria says there's another security issue at Apple : its star-struck employees. Read more...

China Mobile notches 33K 'iPhone 6' preorders ahead of official launch

China Mobile, the world's largest cellular carrier by subscribers, began accepting orders for Apple's unannounced next-generation iPhone on Tuesday and has subsequently racked up more than 33,000 orders since going live.

iOS App Store suffers outage as entire catalog of apps becomes “no longer available”

The iOS App Store seems to be suffering a major outage, though Apple’s system status page doesn’t yet say that there are any issues. Users took to Twitter to point out that every single application listed on the store is now returning an error stating that it is “no longer available.” Typically this error is […]

Check Out The Ways Got Much More Elegant Over Time

More than anything else, Apple is known for its meticulous focus on sleek, beautiful design. That's why it's interesting to see how the company slowly transformed its own homepage, from its ugly beginnings to its current minimalism. Thanks to The Internet Archive, we can revisit those early days and see exactly what used to look like. Show More Summary

New Apple Store in Atlanta scheduled to open this weekend, new Toledo store under construction

Apple has announced that the grand opening for its new Cumberland Mall store in Atlanta, Georgia will take place this Saturday, September 6th at 10 AM. The store will be the sixth Apple retail location in the state. It looks like construction is ready to get underway at the Franklin Park Mall location in Toledo […]

Cultured Code’s iOS 8 extension proves that Things isn’t dead

Like your favorite 90s song, Things by Cultured Code is the todo app that many remember fondly, but can’t deny its outdatedness. Once an app worthy of an Apple Design Award, Things has languished in its pre-iOS 7 state for far … Read more ›

The Gluten-Free Muffins One Supermodel Loves

3 hours agoHealth / Fitness : FitSugar

Supermodel Miranda Kerr loves to cook up nutritional recipes that taste like a treat, and these gluten-free fruit-filled muffins are proof. Plenty of natural sweetness comes from bananas, apples, and honey, so luckily, there's no need to rely on a ton of added sugar for flavor. Show More Summary

Hackers Using Law Enforcement Tools to Access iCloud Backups Unprotected by Two-Factor Authentication

Earlier today, Apple issued a press release stating that an iCloud/Find My iPhone breach had not been responsible for the leak of several private celebrity photos over the weekend, instead pointing towards a "very targeted attack onShow More Summary

We Still Don't Have Assurance From Apple That iCloud Is Safe (AAPL)

In a statement Tuesday, Apple said the hack that caused nude photos of celebrities to leak was not the result of a widespread attack on its iCloud system. Instead, the hackers targeted the accounts of individual celebrities. Here's the statement: We wanted to provide an update to our investigation into the theft of photos of certain celebrities. Show More Summary

Why Apple Should Be More Transparent About Security

4 hours agoTechnology : TechCrunch

It seems that Apple is gotten embroiled in a security scandal of one sort or another every few months. It dodged Heartbleed but was hit by the very embarrassing ‘goto fail’ bug. It was called out for not adequately documenting the uses...Show More Summary

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