This afternoon, members of congress officially introduced the Equality Act of 2015. Since that announcement, Apple has announced its support.
Apple, for its part, just unveiled its third quarter earnings, and it had yet another powerful quarter. Right on the heels of that, Fortune has revealed its yearly Global 500 rankings.
Mobile sites are designed for speed and better browsing for those tiny screens. But sometimes, navigating some of your favorite desktop sites on a mobile device is a real hassle. This issue is noticed in Safari for iOS 9. I have been using the iOS 9 beta for a few weeks now, and I’m enjoying the experience. If you haven’t signed up for the Public Beta or installed iOS 9, it’s pretty easy to do. While Safari on iOS 9 doesn’t have any major changes to address, it does make viewing “Desktop Sites” a little easier.
Apple announced its Q3 2015 earnings on Tuesday, and as always, there is lots to take away. So that you don’t have to trawl through all the reports to catch up, we’ve put together a handy list of 15 interesting facts that’ll teach you all you need to know.
The July 21 third quarter earnings report didn’t showcase any specific Apple Watch sales, and the conference call afterwards didn’t shed any firm numbers, either, but the hints were certainly there.
Apple Music, Beats 1, App Store, iTunes and other services experiencing service disruptions [Update]
Yesterday, the Beats 1 Twitter account confirmed another big exclusive deal: nominees for the upcoming Video Music Awards would be announced exclusively on the global radio station.