Apple is reported to be partnering with American Express, Visa, and Master Card on its new iPhone payments system. Re/Code, citing people familiar with the talks, says American Express is just one of several partners Apple will need to bring onto the fold…
Don't expect the Apple Reversible Lightning Cable or a new USB power adapter to ship alongside the iPhone 6, says KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo says "cost concerns" and "limited improvements to overall user experience" will prevent Apple from…
Although Apple is now expected to debut its "iWatch" wearable tech device at a media event it has scheduled for September 9th, one publication says it will likely not hit store shelves until early 2015.
Google has announced the release of the first beta build of 64-bit Chrome for Mac. Earlier this month saw Google add 64-bit support to Chrome Canary for OS X, the experimental build of the Chrome web browser.
You may remember Popcorn Time, the Mac app that allows you to stream torrents to your Mac. The developers of the shadowy Mac app are soon to release a version for iOS devices. The app should be available for download in the next few days.
A new set of photos allegedly show the rear shell of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6. The photos, shared by Nowhereelse.fr (Google Translate), show what is purportedly a near-final rear shell and cover glass elements for Apple's new flagship handset.
A new report suggests that Apple will include near field communication (NFC) technology in the upcoming iPhone 6. The report, from the Financial Times, says the chip will be provided by NXP Semiconductors, a Dutch firm.
Apple's special event is set for September 9. The event is scheduled to be held at Flint Center for the Performing Arts at De Anza College in Cupertino, and Apple is reportedly building their own structure to host the event.
Apple's eternally outspoken co-founder, Steve "Woz" Wozniak has weighed in on Apple's much-rumored "iWatch", and while he says wearables are a "hard sell", he has confidence the company can make them compelling to the mass market.