Apple today announced that it is discontinuing its Thunderbolt Display. The company will continue to sell the display through its online, retail, and authorised resellers while supplies last. After that though, the company says interested consumers should have a look at some of the great third-party options available in the market.
Apple has always had at least a minor focus on fitness, but that has changed in a big way recently, especially with HealthKit and the Apple Watch.
The Press Trust of India reports that Apple will have to re-submit its application to open direct retail stores in India and explain clearly what exactly its “cutting edge” technology is that it has been unable to procure from local vendors.
Back in February of this year, it was revealed that putting unauthorized parts inside of an iPhone, like a new Home button from third-party repair shops, would result in an “Error 53” message, which essentially locked a device.
Apple has been hosting summer camps for kids for quite some time now, and the trend continues this year with three new distinct projects.
GigSky today announced that it will now support Apple SIM for the iPad in over 140 countries — up from the 90 countries it has supported until now. The new additions to the company’s destinations include The Virgin Islands, Argentina, Jamaica St. Vincent, Ecuador, and Isle of Man.
If you’ve purchased ebooks from the likes of Amazon, Apple, Barnes & Noble, and others, you’ll probably be on the receiving end of a settlement payout.
Apple has taken a slow-and-steady pace when it comes to rolling out new cities that support transit directions within its stock Maps app, but the process of adding new cities and regions continues.
The Indian government today announced some reforms for its rules on foreign direct investment (FDI) that paves the way for Apple to open its direct retail stores in the country. The latest reform from the Indian government allows any company to open its direct stores in the country without sourcing 30% of the products locally for a period of three years.