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Apple Maps Connect goes international to support more small businesses

Apple Maps Connect goes international to support more small businesses

In late October, 2014, Apple Maps Connect gained traction as a way for Maps users, and small business owners, to get information showcased in the app for people looking for those smaller businesses out there in the world.

Apple is shutting down legacy TestFlight as it focuses on iTunes Connect integration

Apple is shutting down legacy TestFlight as it focuses on iTunes Connect integration

In the early part of 2014, Apple officially purchased a company called Burstly, the development company that had constructed the app beta testing service known as TestFlight.

Apple posts video to celebrate upcoming opening of its retail store in Chongqing, China

Apple posts video to celebrate upcoming opening of its retail store in Chongqing, China

Apple has posted a video on its Chinese retail website, which shows the creation of a mural co-authored by award-winning photographer Navid Baraty and artist Yangyang Pan to celebrate the upcoming opening of Jiefangbei Apple Store in Chongqing, China.

Apple to reportedly start shipping Apple Watch and 12-inch MacBook Air in March

Apple to reportedly start shipping Apple Watch and 12-inch MacBook Air in March

A report from KGI Securities suggests that Apple will start shipping the Watch in March, 2015 and is also trying to launch its 12-inch MacBook Air within the first quarter of this year. 

Opening of largest Apple Store in Asia greeted by thousands of customers in Hangzhou, China

Opening of largest Apple Store in Asia greeted by thousands of customers in Hangzhou, China

The largest Apple store in Asia — the Westlake Apple Store in Hangzhou, China — was thrown open to customers today. 

Apple to allow Chinese government to conduct security audits on its devices

Apple to allow Chinese government to conduct security audits on its devices

According to reports from Chinese media, Apple will allow the Chinese government to run security audits on its iOS and Mac devices that it sells in China. The Cupertino company is, apparently, allowing this security audit because the Chinese government is worried that Apple might have included a backdoor in its devices and software for the U.S. government to take advantage of. 

Apple explains $73 million payout to Angela Ahrendts in SEC filing

Apple explains $73 million payout to Angela Ahrendts in SEC filing

Earlier today, Apple released a proxy statement that detailed the payouts of all its executives, including Tim Cook and SVP of Retail Head, Angela Ahrendts. 

Tim Cook earned $9.2 million in 2014 as other execs see boosts to earnings

Tim Cook earned $9.2 million in 2014 as other execs see boosts to earnings

Following the news that Apple board of director member Millard Drexler will retire, Apple released a proxy statement detailing earnings reports for several of the company’s executives.

Apple director Millard ‘Mickey’ Drexler set to retire, but a replacement hasn’t been named

Apple director Millard ‘Mickey’ Drexler set to retire, but a replacement hasn’t been named

Late in the afternoon on Thursday, January 22, it was revealed that Millard Drexler, one of the members of the eight-person Board of Directors for Apple, is set to retire.

Apple is ending iPhone and other product sales in Crimea beginning February 1

Apple is ending iPhone and other product sales in Crimea beginning February 1

Apple’s presence in Crimea is quickly being whittled down. Following reports that Apple had ceased developer relations within the area, it looks like sales of physical goods are the next to go.