The makers of Dark Sky say the app has been acquired by Apple, though there’s no info about the purchase price or details. It’s a source of hyperlocal weather info with down-to-the-minute forecasts.
The Wall Street Journal reports hundreds of contract workers were informed over the weekend by firms contracted by Apple that their jobs were suspended without pay and health-care benefits. However, that’s not the case, which should allay concerns of Teamsters Joint Council 7.
The Publix supermarket chain is rolling out support for contactless payments like Apple Pay and Google Pay, reports Appleosophy.
Nomad — best know for making accessories for Apple products such as cases and charging accessories — is attempting to reach medical professionals, first responders, and those designated as essential workers.
Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus has spent most of his career working from home, so what is new to many us is his normal.
Apple is generally perceived as doing a good job in helping others during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, not everyone agrees, it seems.
Are you thinking about doing some spring cleaning while you’re working from home? Don’t forget your Macs — they tend to accumulate all sorts of digital debris over the years. MacClean 3 ($24.99) does it all, cleaning up old files, optimizing your system, and keeping your Mac safe and secure.
Apple has been granted a patent (number 10,609,485) for a “system and method for performing panning for an arbitrary loudspeaker set-up” that's designed to make it easier to pair HomePods, as well as create an addition “virtual loudspeaker.”
Apple has been granted a patent (number 10,606,418) for “ultrasonic touch detection" in future Apple Pencils that would allow the device to detect hover events and transfer data.
Reuters reports that Japan Display has finalized a deal to raise $200 million from “an overseas customer,” which sources have said is Apple.
AppleInsider says that new legislation in Russia that will mandates all smartphones, computers and smart televisions to have Russian-made software pre-installed has been postponed, with provisions not kicking in until January 2021. he delay may be technical, but is more likely related to the COVID-19 outbreak that is complicating device production and development at the moment, the article adds.
As the coronavirus continues to spread, more and more countries opt for lockdowns of their major cities. This means many of us have been stuck at home far from friends and families. So MacGamer HQ is recommending its 15 best Mac multiplayer games.
Another day, another lawsuit. As reported by AppleInsider— go here for details — a lawsuit against Apple and Adasam, a UK-based music distribution company, accuses them of a “massive music piracy operation" to profit from re-recorded compositions.
Remember that report from all of six hours ago that said some Apple products originally slated for release later this year would be delayed? Bloomberg reports that's not the case.
BodyGuardz has released two protective glass screen protectors, along with a protective film, for the Apple’s 2020 iPad Pro Pros (both 12.5" and 11" models).
Have a little time on your hands these days? 🤔 We have just the way to use that time productively, learning how to be a DJ or songwriter with the Premium DJing and Music Production Bootcamp featuring Ableton and Logic Pro X. Get 9 courses and almost 500 lessons for $49.99.
Apple has posted a trailer for its upcoming Apple TV+ series, Trying. It will debut on May 1. Here's the summary of the series:
Today is April Fool’s Day (no, really, I’m not joking). There are a surprising number of apps on the Apple App Store revolving around this day of pranks. I won’t list all of ‘em here, but here’s a smattering to whet your appetite:
Bloomberg reports that, despite rumors otherwise, the 2020 iPhone line-up should be released on schedule. That's the good news; the article says that other products may be delayed due to production problems caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
On April 4, 2013, Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White predicted that Apple woul introduce an Apple-branded HDTV (the "iTV") with an accompanying "iRing," a ring accessory that lets you control the set by pointing their finger. It never happened, but it was an interesting idea, though I see several flaws.