The first clip of part two of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s interview on The Charlie Rose Show, which is set to air in full on Monday night, is now available online through the PBS show’s official YouTube channel. The video is embedded ahead for your convenience, and should be watchable through your Mac or PC and iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
On September 9, Apple used their media event to release (and essentially market) U2’s latest album, “Songs of Innocence.” They gifted the album to iTunes more than 50 million users, and now Apple has come forward to announce just how well it has been faring since release.
The Apple Watch is a smartwatch that has plenty of sensors inside of it, many of which will be used to track health information (thanks to HealthKit), and other stats as you wear it throughout any given day. That has some people up-in-arms about the potential security threat to their personal information.
Apple last week announced its foray into the finance sector with Apple Pay, an NFC-based mobile payments platform designed for iPhone and Apple Watch. PayPal, a main competitor in the space, has taken advantage of the recent massive nude celebrity photo leak, attributed to an iCloud breach, to seemingly downplay the security that Apple provides to its customers.
If you happen to be one of the over four million people that pre-ordered the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus over the weekend, you might be anxiously wondering what the current status of your order is. For that reason, we’ve put together his guide that shows how to check your iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus pre-order status. Find out if your delivery will arrive on September 19th or another date ahead.
Apple is set to launch the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on September 19th at 8:00 AM local time in Apple Stores, carriers and authorized resellers across several countries. Ahead of the highly-anticipated release, the first shipments of the two smartphone models are beginning to arrive in the United States.
When the September 9 media event came to a close, and Apple had officially unveiled their new products and service, the band U2 took the stage. Soon after, their album would become free — and present — on a lot of people’s iTunes library.