Sonos, the wireless home audio company, announced Tuesday its next-generation software platform, Sonos S2. This platform will allow Sonos to bring new features like room groups and increased audio bandwidth, allowing for a richer Sonos experience going forward. What it won’t bring with it are older Sonos units like the original Play:5 (Gen 1), Bridge, and others. No worries, though – there’s a path to keeping those online, too.
Beats made it official: New Powerbeats 4 headphones are coming soon for US$149 with an increase in battery life and the H1 chip.
Apple Music has signed new multi-year deals with top record labels like Sony Music, Universal Music, and Warner Music.
Apple TV+ show The Morning Show will be going on a two-week hiatus as a precautionary measure against the coronavirus.
Dropbox Transfer allows users to send up to 2GB easily, even to recipients who do not have a Dropbox account.
Deezer has rolled out new functionality which allows users to Cast the lyrics of a song from their iOS device onto a TV.
Apple is partnering with Jimmy John’s for its latest Apple Pay promotion. Through March 15 you can get a special deal when you use Apple Pay.
Apple ordered a new drama series for Apple TV+ called Suspicion. It will star actress Uma Thurman (Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction).
Apple is adding a special coronavirus coverage section to bring readers the latest news about the viral outbreak.
Arturo Castro has signed on with Apple to star alongside Joseph Gordon-Levitt the comedy series Mr. Corman.
Leaked iOS 14 code includes updates for watchOS 7, suggesting future Apple Watches will get sleep tracking, kids mode, and more.
Some iPad Air users reported their screen permanently going blank, and Apple is now offering to repair affected devices for free.
iCloud services are experiencing some issues today, including iMessage, Apple Notes, iCloud Photos, iCloud Drive, and more.
Apple updated its App Store review guidelines with some new rules to restrict certain types of app behavior.
Apple premiered its film The Banker at the National Civil Rights Museum, opening in select theaters March 6 and Apple TV+ on March 20.
The Apple Watch is a Class II medical device which puts it in the same category as condoms. Here’s why you shouldn’t worry about its AFib detection.
The Apple Research app was updated on Tuesday with support for AirPods Pro in its Hearing Study, which partners with the University of Michigan.
Apple Maps Look Around is coming to three new locations: Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C., for people running iOS 13.
Apple has released the second public beta for iOS 13.4 and iPadOS 13.4. Features coming include a new Mail toolbar and iCloud folder sharing.
According to Apple, if someone searches for words like “Asian” and “teen” it must be for pornography. So discovered Charlie Stigler.