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Apple announces TestFlight beta testing service will let developers invite up to 1000 external testers

Apple announces TestFlight beta testing service will let developers invite up to 1000 external testers

In February, Apple purchased a company named Burstly, which had created TestFlight — a service to allow developers to beta test their apps with invited individuals. Now, the fruits of that purchase are starting to shine through.

GT Advanced Technologies confirms settlement with Apple

GT Advanced Technologies confirms settlement with Apple

Confirming earlier reports that GT Advanced Technologies and Apple had agreed on terms of a settlement, the supplier has confirmed the move with an official press release.

Apple will open 25 more retail stores in China over the next two years

Apple will open 25 more retail stores in China over the next two years

It looks like Apple is looking to rapidly expand its presence in the largest smartphone market of the world — China.

In an interview with the Chinese media on Wednesday, Tim Cook said that the company is planning on opening 25 more retail stores throughout China over the next two years.

Apple begins selling iTunes gift cards in the United Arab Emirates ahead of first store opening

Apple begins selling iTunes gift cards in the United Arab Emirates ahead of first store opening

Ahead of the first store opening in the United Arab Emirates, Apple has apparently begun selling iTunes gift cards in electronics stores in the area.

Functional Apple 1 computer sells for $905,000 at auction

Functional Apple 1 computer sells for $905,000 at auction

Finding a functional Apple 1 is a hard thing to do, but when one crops up at an auction in New York, it’s not hard to imagine it will go quickly and for a high price tag.

GT Advanced Technologies and Apple will part ways, supplier will sell furnaces to repay debt

GT Advanced Technologies and Apple will part ways, supplier will sell furnaces to repay debt

After a public announcement by GT Advanced Technologies in their effort to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, events leading up to today’s decision have painted quite the intriguing picture.

Apple’s patent hints at the iPhone becoming a smart remote for your car

Apple’s patent hints at the iPhone becoming a smart remote for your car

The latest patent secured by Apple suggests that it is looking to convert the iPhone into a car remote when it is paired with a CarPlay like head unit.

Apple tells Developers that all new apps should support iOS 8 and 64-bit from February 1, 2015

Apple tells Developers that all new apps should support iOS 8 and 64-bit from February 1, 2015

In a new posting on its Developer portal, Apple has announced that it will be mandatory for all iOS apps to be built with iOS 8 SDK included in Xcode 6 or later along with 64-bit compatibility from 1st February, 2015.

Apple responds to privacy concerns over OS X Yosemite’s Spotlight Suggestions feature

Apple responds to privacy concerns over OS X Yosemite’s Spotlight Suggestions feature

Spotlight in OS X Yosemite not only comes with an all-new design but includes new features such as Spotlight Suggestions that aim to improve the search experience by pulling information from new sources like Wikipedia, news sites, Maps, iTunes, movie listings, and more.

Apple sold a record-breaking 5.5 million Macs in Q4 2014

Apple sold a record-breaking 5.5 million Macs in Q4 2014

Apple has already revealed the total number of iPhones, iPods, iPads and Macs that the company sold by the end of the fourth quarter in 2014, but during the conference call revealed more specifics about the record-breaking quarter.