Announced late on Monday afternoon, the Tim Cook interview will be conducted by Allan Murray, president of Fortune.
The trade group organizing the meeting includes Apple, Google, Amazon, Adobe, Ebay, Facebook, HP, Twitter, Salesforce, IBM, Microsoft, Intel, Qualcomm, Samsung, Dropbox, and many others, though it’s not clear how high up the org chart this meet-up will go.
Apple said that affected devices may have “one or more keys or the whole keyboard” replaced for free, and those who have already paid for such service may be eligible for a refund.
What would using your iPhone as your car key look like in practice? Bryan Chaffin and Jeff Gamet run through the possibilities. They also look at the on-again, off-again case where plaintiffs accuse the company with a minority share of the smartphone business of having an App Store “monopoly.”
Adam Christianson from the Maccast and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to talk about Apple’s growing stable of TV shows for its streaming video service, plus they have some thoughts on AirPower launching possibly a year after it was announced.
The employee head tax Cupertino has been considering for big companies like Apple isn’t happening this year.
Kristin Wiig won’t be starring in Apple’s You Think It, I’ll Say It TV series thanks to a scheduling conflict with her Wonder Woman 1984 shooting schedule.
Announced at WWDC for a fall release, Mojave brings iOS apps to the Mac for the first time, introduces Dark Mode, and more.
Announced during Apple’s annual World Wide Developer Conference for a fall release, iOS 12 DB2 continues the hard work of hammering out how new features will work and knocking out bugs.
Home automation is, in principle, a worthy technical development. But its adoption is slow, and there are many reasons why. This is Apple’s challenge.
Curious how many iPhones Apple sells every second? How about iPads or Macs? Or how much revenue the company brings in every second? You can see that, and a lot more about the company’s per-second activity at Every Second. The website lists those stats, along with profit, app and song downloads, iMessages sent, FaceTime calls, and more. You can check out all the numbers and watch then continue to count up at the Every Second website. It’s mesmerizing.
The appeal is on whether or not the case can proceed, and if SCOTUS allows that, it could decide if companies are allowed to maintain walled gardens for app distribution.
There are no new known features in this release cycle, as Apple has turned to development of tvOS 12.
iOS 11.4.1 is little more than a bug fix release, and no new features are known to be in this release cycle.
Each spot focuses on content creators and developers who use Macs to make things.
Apple has a new partner for original television content: Oprah. Apple says it’s a multi-year deal where Oprah Winfrey’s original cotent will air as part of its growing lineup.
Apple Maps suffered a temporary outage Friday morning, leaving many people wondering how to get where they needed to go.
There’s a new Mac campaign that just launched called “Behind the Mac” showing creative professionals using their Macs.
Oscar-nominated Cartoon Saloon is more than a year away from completing the film, and Apple is talks to purchase the rights.
Apple has five new commercials promoting iPhone photography techniques and features.