Apple is reportedly talking with at least private Medicare plans about getting Apple Watches into the hands of millions of people over the age of 65. It makes a lot of sense for Apple to do that, health experts told CNBC , since it could prevent expensive doctor or hospital visits.
The Electronic Transactions Association (ETA), the the global trade association representing more than 500 payments and technology companies, says Jennifer Bailey, Apple’s vice president of internet services, will deliver the keynote address at TRANSACT , the world's largest payments technology event.
Sprint customers can now use Apple Business Chat to message an agent, learn about Sprint plans and more.
Who can’t use a few more Lightning cables? With today’s deal from TRNDLabs, you can get a 3-pack of 10-foot-long Lightning cables (USB to Lightning) for $32.99 — that’s much less than what Apple charges!
I daily use a Mac as my main computer, although I also use a Windows computer occasionally. With time, I have grown to appreciate the ease and simplicity of the Mac, which is known to excel at media production. I rarely edit a video, but I have need to record and edit audio almost daily.
Apple has filed for a patent (number 10,182,337) for “intermittent out of service recovery on an accessory device.” The goal is to reduce the amount of power used by items such as the iPhone and improve battery life.
If you dislike the pop-up windows from apps constantly asking you to leave a review in iOS 12, you put an end to it.
According to 9to5Mac, Verizon is adding Apple Music to two of its “unlimited” cell phone plans, effectively offering the $9.99 subscription for no additional cost.
In November it was announced that Apple is enlisting Oscar-winning indie studio A24 to produce a slate of films for its growing entertainment division in a “multiyear agreement” that involves multiple films. According to Variety,, the first film will be On the Rocks, which will re-team director Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray, who worked together on 2003’s Lost in Translation.
Apple has rolled out three Smart Battery Cases for the iPhone Xr, Xs, Xs Max. All are available in black or white and cost $129.
Nomad. has released new leather accessories featuring natural color leather. One is a a leather strap for the smaller 38/40mm Apple Watch; the other is a new leather AirPods case.
The folks behind DuckDuckGo have announced that map and address-related searches on the Internet search engine that doesn’t track you for mobile and desktop are now powered by Apple's MapKit JS framework for both the desktop and mobile versions.
Thanks to a reader with vision issues who asked for our site to be more accessible, we are happy to announce the addition of a new tool to the Apple World Today website. This tool, WebsiteVoice, reads any article or article excerpt with a click on the speaker icon that is visible on the left side of each story. WebsiteVoice works with both macOS and iOS browsers, so all of our friends who would like to listen to articles rather than read them can listen on many Apple devices.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has upheld a judgment worth $440 million that was won by intellectual property licensing firm VirnetX (considered by many, including me, to be a patent troll), against Apple in a patent infringement case, reports Reuters.
According to Axios Apple exec Johny Srouji is now on Intel’s shortlist for potential CEOs. The company’s search has been ongoing for about six months.
Nike has announced the Nike Adapt BB, the first shoe in its platform “that creates a truly custom fit by combining an advanced power-lacing system, an app and continually updated firmware.”
Apple has filed for another patent (number 10,180,721) that hints at “smart clothing.” This one, dubbed “fabric-based divides with force sensing,” involves a “smart glove.”
There are rumors that Apple’s long-awaited AirPower is actually coming soon. Perhaps it’s true; Apple has been granted a patent (number 10,182,282) for an “earbud case with charging system.”
Gubagoo, a provider of “conversational commerce solutions” for automotive dealerships and original equipment manufacturers, has announced that its customers are now able to use Apple Business Chat, a new way for users to communicate directly with businesses using the native Messages app on iPhone and iPad.
TD Ameritrade, which provides investing services and education to clients, has announced what it says is an industry first: the ability for individual investors to instantly fund a brokerage account with Apple Pay through Apple Business Chat in the Messages app on iPhone and iPad. Sunayna Tuteja, head of strategic partnerships and emerging technologies at TD Ameritrade says that, historically, to fund brokerage accounts, investors have had to endure a multi-day waiting period while funds were verified or manage a complicated wire transfer.