Critical bug delays watchOS 2 release

If you’ve been anxiously waiting to upgrade your Apple Watch to watchOS 2 today — well, sadly, you’re out of luck. Despite announcing last week that watchOS 2 and iOS 9 would be released today, Apple has just dropped the bombshell that Apple Watch users won’t be upgrading their operating systems quite yet, thanks to the […]

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iPhone 6s gets a reduction where it really hurts

Apple announced a slew of iPhone upgrades yesterday, but battery life sure wasn’t among them! As we had suspected ahead of time, Apple’s official iPhone 6s video shows that it boasts just 1,715 mAh capacity battery — down from the 1,810 mAh of its iPhone 6 predecessor. You’ll want to skip to 2:53 to see the […]

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Tim Cook was just awarded $58 million in Apple stock

Tim Cook is kicking butt at Apple — at least according to the tenure- and performance-based restricted stock units he recently received, with a market value of close to $58 million. The reward, noted in an SEC filing, came with stipulations that Apple’s TSR performance had to be in the top third of S&P 500 […]

Apple’s $450 million e-book settlement scores preliminary approval

U.S. District Judge Denise Cote has granted Preliminary approval to Apple’s proposed $450 million settlement for claims that it colluded with the five major U.S. publishers to increase e-book prices. The settlement fee is still pending the appeal of Judge Cote’s 2013…Read more ›



Apple prepared to pay $450 million for e-book price fixing case

One year after being found guilty of e-book price fixing, Apple has reached a conditional settlement with the U.S. State to pay $450 million for its role in the price fixing conspiracy that involved five major publishers. Apple’s settlement could…Read more ›



Amazon App Now Lets You Shop With Your iPhone’s Camera

From quadrocopter deliveries to rumors of a 3D Kindle smartphone coming in 2014, Amazon has been on the cutting edge of tech for quite some time now. The company’s latest update for its iOS app, however, might be among the…Read more ›



Evasi0n Updated to Jailbreak iOS 7.0.5 [Jailbreak]

We said it wouldn’t be too long until a jailbreak was available for iOS 7.0.5, and thankfully the good folks at Evad3rs haven’t let us down — since Evasi0n has just released its untethered iOS 7.0.5 jailbreak. U.S. iPhone users won’t…Read more ›



OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 Beta 4 Is Now Available For Developers

Apple has released the fourth beta of OS X Mavericks 10.9.2 to registered developers — suggesting that the OS update could be made public in the very near future. The update follows one week after developers received Apple’s OS X…Read more ›



China Mobile Is Receiving 60,000 iPhone Pre-Orders Per Day

According to Tim Cook there is good reason to feel excited about the possibilities offered by Apple’s deal with China Mobile. Cook — who is currently in Beijing ahead of the iPhone going on sale on the China Mobile network…Read more ›



Samsung Releases What Might Be The Worst Ad Of 2013 [Video]

Samsung may have been ordered to pay Apple $290 million in patent infringement damages, but one thing the tech company hasn’t managed to steal is Apple’s knack for good advertizing. In a holiday season in which Apple has released its…Read more ›