Apple said to be ending ‘One to One’ program on September 28

Apple said to be ending ‘One to One’ program on September 28

On August 24, a report came to light that suggested Apple was making changes to its “One to One” tutoring program. Namely, that the service was coming to an end.

Apple joins Pentagon program to develop new sensors and wearable technology for the military

Apple joins Pentagon program to develop new sensors and wearable technology for the military

Apple has enlisted with a brand new Pentagon program, along with 162 other companies, universities, and other entities to bring new sensors to the military.

Leak reveals base iPhone 6s model will come with only 16GB storage space

Leak reveals base iPhone 6s model will come with only 16GB storage space

Last year, Apple received a lot of flak for releasing the base model of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with only 16GB of storage. The limited space even led to the initial adoption rate of iOS 8 being slower than previous versions of iOS.

Reasons to switch to iPhone: Regular and timely updates

Reasons to switch to iPhone: Regular and timely updates

Apple is preparing to launch iOS 9, possibly along with new iPhone hardware in the fall. With the debut of a new operating system and new phones, many smartphone owners, especially those on competing platforms, may be considering a switch to iOS and Apple’s hardware. One compelling reason to shift to the iPhone is Apple’s software update policy that pushes out new versions of iOS to a wide range of new and older devices at the same time.

Google tells developers how to disable iOS 9 security and continue serving ads

Google tells developers how to disable iOS 9 security and continue serving ads

Google has provided developers with the code they’ll need to disable iOS 9‘s new App Transport Security (ATS) feature and continue serving ads after the update rolls out to all next month.

Apple’s customer service takes rapid decline in Q2 2015, study finds

Apple’s customer service takes rapid decline in Q2 2015, study finds

Apple’s customer service performance suffered a rapid decline during the second fiscal quarter of 2015, according to a new study from market research firm StellaService. The slip is blamed on long wait times for both technical support, and shipping for devices like Apple Watch.

Apple Music and Beats 1 director Ian Rogers leaves Apple

Apple Music and Beats 1 director Ian Rogers leaves Apple

Apple Music senior director Ian Rogers, the key lead of Beats 1, has left Apple just two months after the service made its big debut. His departure, which was first reported by The Financial Times, has this morning been confirmed by Apple.

Capture the World Like You’ve Never Seen it Before with the GoPro Hero4 Session [Deals Hub]

Capture the World Like You’ve Never Seen it Before with the GoPro Hero4 Session [Deals Hub]

Seeing the world through the lens of a GoPro gives you a view that no other camera can provide. To get that perspective in your life, enter to win in the GoPro Hero4 Session Giveaway in the iPhone Hacks Deals Hub.

Apple partners with PayAnywhere to add support for Apple Pay

Apple partners with PayAnywhere to add support for Apple Pay

Apple today announced that it has partnered with PayAnywhere, a credit card reader, in the United States. The partnership will see PayAnywhere readers accept Apple Pay as a payment method, and will also see the readers going on sale across Apple’s retail stores in the US.

Daily App Deals: Save more than $50 on these iOS App Store deals (August 27)

Daily App Deals: Save more than $50 on these iOS App Store deals  (August 27)

We have some great apps for you today that are discounted for a short duration in the App Store, including Strategery, Where To Go? PRO and others. Some deals may expire quickly — even on the same day of this post. If there is a discounted app that you like, grab it while it is still on sale.