The Rock speaks Mandarin, which is cool in and of itself, but Apple wants you to notice that Siri understands him.
Apple may be an iPhone company, but now it’s openly acknowledging how important services are to its business.
AT&T is pushing DirecTV subscriptions with a new promotion where customers can buy an iPhone 7 and get a second for free, or get a 9.7-inch iPad for US$0.99.
Apple owns US$52.6 billion in U.S. Treasury securities, making Apple a powerful mover in the global economy ahead of other Silicon Valley companies.
Apple could intelligently hide the top notch, as well as introduce new forms of navigation at the bottom.
Apple’s total Apple Watch shipments since the smart watch was first introduced in 2015 have topped 30 million units, according to Strategy Analytics.
Verizon isn’t disclosing how much each reward costs, so it might take a lot of money before you can get useful rewards, at 1 credit for every US$300 you spend.
Fitbit plans to ship a new smartwatch this fall that claims to be the “best health and fitness experience.”
Each is a short-form version from the original short film released late in July, and they feature The Rock and Siri in the kitchen, taking selfies, and setting Reminders.
If you have one of these cases, stop using it immediately and call MixBin Electronics to get a full refund.
Dr. Mac has been testing a pair of products from SanDisk that offer a third option— additional storage for your iDevice accessible via the Lightning port or wirelessly.
Pro video camera maker Red must be pretty confident about the Apple Store because that’s the only place you can get the new Red Raven Camera Kit package.
A new Senate bill is calling for baseline security standards for Internet of Things devices sold to the U.S. government.
Ask Tim Cook about Donald Trump saying three Apple factories are going to be built in the United States and you’ll get an answer, but not to that question.
Walmart loves the iPad so much it’s buying 19,000 to use for employee training and administrative work. Apple CFO Luca Maestri shared that detail during the company’s third fiscal quarter earnings report Tuesday afternoon.
In the minutes before Apple’s conference call with analysts began, $AAPL was trading at US$158.15, up $8.10 (+5.40%).
Russia President Vladimir Putin signed a law this week banning virtual private networks, or VPNs, along with other tech that lets people surf the web anonymously, and it goes into effect on November 1st.
Apple reported revenues of US$45.4 billion and earnings per share (EPS) of $1.67 on Tuesday for the June quarter, the company’s 3rd fiscal quarter. [Updated with additional info and unit sales. – Bryan]
New iPhone 8 details are emerging, and they have been found within the HomePod firmware update, which also includes audio files that have been posted to YouTube.
Apple and Google just pulled 330 hundred binary option financial trading apps from their app stores after discovering they were scams.