Vendors who have started to accept Apple Pay as a form of payment can soon advertise their support with new decal stickers that have been supplied by Apple itself. These decals have reportedly started to arrive in the mail for merchants recently. As of right now, the free packages offer two glass decals and two register decals, both of which come in... [Read More]
iOS 8 officially brought with it the ability to install third-party Notification Center widgets on iOS. This is a feature that the jailbreak community has had for ages that Apple finally opened up to the public starting in September of... [Read More]
It's a new Thursday, and that means we have a new App of the Week. Apple has crowned Tangent the new App of the Week in the iOS App Store, an application that can add geometrical shapes to your photographs to create stunning and beautiful visual effects.
Directly associated with being the App of the Week, Tangent is free until... [Read More]
Angela Ahrendts, the former Burberry CEO, chose to leave the British fashion house for Apple largely because of the opportunity to work alongside Tim Cook according to a recent interview. Ahrendts told Fortune’s Adam Lashinsky the following regarding the matter after her first meeting with Cook:
An in-depth new report from Fortune takes a good look at the leadership of Tim Cook, Apple's CEO who had some of the biggest shoes in all of technology to fill when he replaced Steve Jobs at the helm of Apple four years ago this August.
In the piece, which regards Cook as a capable and qualified leader who has achieved wondrous things for... [Read More]
When the Apple Watch is released in April, users will be able to use third-party App Store applications in sync with their Apple Watch from their iPhone, assuming the applications support the Apple Watch, of course. These applications will communicate with the iPhone over a Bluetooth connection to transfer data between each other. ... [Read More]
Just a few days after its debut in Australia, the Apple Watch has been featured in the Australian exercise magazine, Fitness First, with a two-page spread that showcases the features for the new wearable device. Under the banner of “an Apple everyday,” the magazine runs down the company’s estimation of what it considers to be the... [Read More]