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Apple alters ‘Free’ button to ‘Get’ in App Store to potentially avoid in-app purchase disputes

Apple alters ‘Free’ button to ‘Get’ in App Store to potentially avoid in-app purchase disputes

With the rise of the “freemium” model for apps, where a free app can usually contain a plethora of paid options after the initial download, Apple has seen plenty of flak over the years for these types of apps and their marketing.

Apple’s IT provider, Infosys, fires business outsourcing unit’s CFO for ‘overbilling’ Apple as CEO resigns over ‘moral grounds’

Apple’s IT provider, Infosys, fires business outsourcing unit’s CFO for ‘overbilling’ Apple as CEO resigns over ‘moral grounds’

Apple has a big presence all over the world, so companies are needed across the globe to keep things running smoothly. One of those companies, Infosys, is causing a bit of a bumpy road at the moment, though.

Apple grabs 100% score on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index for the 13th year in a row

Apple grabs 100% score on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index for the 13th year in a row

Apple is not shy about equality and diversity within the workplace, so it should come as no surprise that the company has earned a 100% score in a major equality index report.

Apple redesigns its online store and sends out email with potential gift ideas for Black Friday

Apple redesigns its online store and sends out email with potential gift ideas for Black Friday

With just over a week left for Black Friday, Apple has redesigned its online store and sent out emails to its customers highlightings its various products as a potential gift and what their loved ones can accomplish with it. 

Adobe Lightroom 5.7 comes with a built-in Aperture and iPhoto importer tool

Adobe Lightroom 5.7 comes with a built-in Aperture and iPhoto importer tool

Adobe today updated its Lightroom image processing app for Mac to v5.7 with a new importer tool for easily importing your data from iPhoto and Aperture. The importer tool was first offered by the company as a separate plug-in to users last month. 

Apple to repurpose sapphire plant in Mesa, Arizona to preserve jobs

Apple to repurpose sapphire plant in Mesa, Arizona to preserve jobs

According to a report from Bloomberg, Apple is still committed to bringing jobs and manufacturing in Mesa, Arizona, even though its deal with GT Advanced Technologies fell through and the latter filed for bankruptcy

Apple has released WatchKit to prepare apps for the Apple Watch

Apple has released WatchKit to prepare apps for the Apple Watch

While the Apple Watch is expected to launch within the first part of 2015, developers need time to get apps ready for the smart wearable.

World record for fastest touchscreen typing set using Fleksy for iOS

World record for fastest touchscreen typing set using Fleksy for iOS

The world record to type the fastest text message ever from a touchscreen phone has been broken once again. It has been broken by the same Brazilian teenager who had initially set the record back in May this year. Last time he had used the Fleksy keyboard on his Galaxy S4, but this time around he used his iPhone 6 Plus and the iOS version of Fleksy.

Apple to pay $23.6 million to Mobile Telecommunications Technologies for infringing on six patents

Apple to pay $23.6 million to Mobile Telecommunications Technologies for infringing on six patents

Patents are a burden and a blessing, depending on how you look at them. For Apple, six pager technology patents from the mid- to late-90s are certainly looking to be more burdensome than a blessing.

Apple to allow accessory manufacturers to use Lightning ports early next year

Apple to allow accessory manufacturers to use Lightning ports early next year

Last week at its yearly briefing for accessory makers under its MFI licensing program, Apple announced new Lightning connectors and specifications for Lightning receptacles that will be available to OEMs for their accessories.