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Apple pulls Aperture and iPhoto from Mac App Store

Apple pulls Aperture and iPhoto from Mac App Store

Nearly a couple of days after Apple released OS X 10.10.3 with Photos for OS X, the company has pulled Aperture and iPhoto from the Mac App Store.

Apple Watch sold out within six hours of pre-orders going live

Apple Watch sold out within six hours of pre-orders going live

Less than six hours after going up for pre-order, Apple has officially sold out of all the variants of the Apple Watch

Apple Watch is now available for pre-order [Update x2]

Apple Watch is now available for pre-order [Update x2]

As expected, Apple Watch, Apple’s most personal device yet is now available for pre-order on its Online Store.

Apple unveiled the Apple Watch at the media event in September 2014, along with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and outlined the final details for the launch of the Apple Watch at the Spring Forward event in March.

Apple acquired search startup Ottocat in 2013 to power the ‘Explore’ tab in App Store

Apple acquired search startup Ottocat in 2013 to power the ‘Explore’ tab in App Store

Apple had reportedly acquired a small startup called Ottocat sometime in late-2013 to power its “explore” tab in its App Store. 

Foxconn allows look inside Shenzhen factory in attempt to alter public perception

Foxconn allows look inside Shenzhen factory in attempt to alter public perception

International suppliers are the reason products like the iPhone, iPad and other gadgets exist in the first place. But, up until recently, companies like Foxconn were all but completely unknown to individuals outside of their specific regions.

Apple faces European antitrust investigation over new music streaming service

Apple faces European antitrust investigation over new music streaming service

While Apple’s new music streaming service may be months away yet, it has already caught the attention of regulators in Europe. According to multiple reports, the European Commission has already begun investigating Apple’s talks with the music industry.

Apple publishes ‘For Educators’ iBooks, App Store and iTunes educational resources

Apple publishes ‘For Educators’ iBooks, App Store and iTunes educational resources

Using Apple devices, and apps available through Apple’s App Stores, has been a common element for the devices over the years.

Apple launches iPhone and iPad trade-in program in China

Apple launches iPhone and iPad trade-in program in China

As a report from last week had suggested, Apple has launched its iPhone trade-in program in China. The information was confirmed by Apple’s spokeswoman Kitty Potter to South China Morning Post.

Apple and IBM release 8 new MobileFirst for iOS apps; Includes apps for healthcare and industrial products

Apple and IBM release 8 new MobileFirst for iOS apps; Includes apps for healthcare and industrial products

Apple and IBM today released eight new MobileFirst for iOS apps under their MobileFirst program targeted towards enterprises. The eight new apps also cover two new industries: healthcare and industrial products. 

Apple’s Lisa Jackson talks about the company’s environmental impact and running on renewable energy

Apple’s Lisa Jackson talks about the company’s environmental impact and running on renewable energy

Apple has been focused on preserving the environment, in any way that it can, for quite some time. In a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, the company’s Vice President of Environmental Initiatives, Lisa Jackson, opens up on what that means.