The latest rumors indicated that Apple's highly-anticipated wearable tech offering, the Apple Watch, isn't promising at all when it comes to battery life.
Apple fans who want to keep up with the latest news out of Cupertino can now do so more efficiently with the official AppleInsider app, designed for both iPhone and iPad, which has been updated to address a concerns brought forth by readers.
Apple’s annual proxy statement filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission has revealed details about the compensation plans paid to the company’s senior executives in 2014. CEO Tim Cook received a total of $9.2 million last year, which included his base salary of $1.7 million in addition to other forms of compensation. Show More Summary
If you need it to last all day, get ready for some bad news.
The Beijing News is reporting today that Apple's Tim Cook has agreed to security inspections of his company's products by Chinese government officials. According to MacRumors, the inspections will concentrate on identifying back doors that would allo...
Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly consented to security inspections of the company's products by Chinese government officials, reports The Beijing News [Via ITworld]. The inspections will look for backdoors that provide third-party access...Show More Summary
Beijing News reports that Tim Cook has agreed to allow China’s State Internet Information Office to carry out security audits of Apple products sold in the country. Cook reportedly made the offer during his meeting with China’s Cyberspace Administration minister Lu Wei in December. China has long expressed suspicion over the security of Apple products, seemingly […]
Microsoft needs some loving, Kim Dotcom launches MegaChat, Apple Watches your battery die, Ello adds media embeds, Amazon becomes Transparent, and old people play GTA V. Microsoft Wants You To Love Windows 10 Microsoft desperately wants to be loved. Show More Summary
There’s an inherent flaw with battery technology at the moment, namely the fact that we have a lot of trouble shrinking large capacity batteries — meaning smaller gadgets have to have smaller batteries. Smartwatches are the perfect example of this, and it looks like the Apple Watch isn’t going to be any different. Show More Summary
Good morning! It's a freezing cold start to the day in London. Here's the tech news you need to know this Friday. 1. A new filing from Apple reveals that it's paying its retail chief Angela Ahrendts $73.4 million. CEO Tim Cook's pay is $9 million. Show More Summary
One of the biggest complaints about smartwatches is their mediocre battery life. It sounds like the Apple Watch will be no different. In other news, internet activist Barrett Brown was sent to prison for five years and Russia showed off some "combat...
Ever wonder how much one makes as the head of Apple? Good news! Since Apple is a public company, that’s public information. They updated their charts for 2014 just this morning. Read More
Sources familiar with the Apple Watch’s development have revealed details on the specific battery life targets Apple is aiming to achieve with the new wearable device, with the company aiming for 19 hours of typical usage each day, 9to5Mac reports. Show More Summary
The battery life of the Apple Watch will last through about 2.5 hours of heavy use, 3.5 hours of standard use, and between two and three days of standby or low-power use. So says a news report today, citing sources close to the development of the Apple Watch. Previously the only information we had on this was […]
Apple will apparently allow integration between HomeKit and some non-HomeKit home automation solutions, according to a new report by 9to5Mac. Citing sources that have been briefed on the new specifications, the latest MFi program information...Show More Summary
Apple has agreed to let the Chinese government conduct security inspections on its products, according to The Beijing News. The report claims that Apple CEO Tim Cook agreed the company would fully cooperate with the government during a December meeting. Show More Summary
This past weekend, Crimea made tech news when it emerged that Apple and Valve had sent out notices to developers in the region informing them their accounts would be cut off, in line with U.S. sanctions against the region. Now AppleShow More Summary
by Angela Guess Paul Sawers of Venture Beat recently wrote, “Apple has acquired U.K. media data startup Semetric, the company behind the Musicmetric music analytics platform. News of the deal emerged after the London-based company changed...Show More Summary
Photo: TouchArcade Game developer NimbleBit has announced that its upcoming iOS game Letterpad will feature Apple Watch support, TouchArcade reports. The developer previously announced that it was looking for testers for the upcoming game, which challenges users to come up with words relating to specific topics from a provided grid of nine letters. Show More Summary
Analysis: News emerged today that Apple has acquired London-based startup Semetric, a clear sign that the Cupertino company is targeting big data with the impending relaunch of Beats Music. But today's news also helps highlight a bigger trend we've seen of late, vis-à-vis E.U. companies being gobbled up by big U.S. firms.