Apple’s flow of information doesn’t end with the announcement of their Q4 2014 earnings, as the Cupertino-based company continues to outline other impressive areas of growth.
Apple opened 437 new retail stores, made 20 acquisitions in 2014 and teases ‘wonderful plans’ for Beats
Hot on the heels of officially announcing their Q4 2014 quarterly earnings, Apple has shed some light on the finer details for iTunes.
Earlier this year, Apple acquired Beats Electronics and thereby added a popular brand of headphones and speakers to its product lineup. As such, especially given the recent litigation between the two companies, it is unsurprising that Apple has followed through with its plans of removing all Bose headphones and speakers from Apple Stores.
In late August, the complaints surrounding the 2011 MacBook Pro’s GPU surfaced all over again, with an assertion that a class action lawsuit was the inevitable next step. Now, the issue is still cropping up for quite a few people as the Change.org petition continues to rack up signatures.
As the clock in the top-right menu bar on my Mac approaches midnight, I am sitting here in an exhaustive state after the second Apple event in as many months ushered in a whirlwind of announcements pertaining to new iPads, new Macs, OS X Yosemite and more. It was an eventful day to say the least, no pun intended.
If you have been anticipating the release of the third-generation iPad mini with Retina display, do not get your hopes up. While the iPad mini 3 was in fact announced this afternoon at Apple’s special media event, the all-new tablet has the exact same design and hardware specifications as the last iPad mini with the exception of the Touch ID inclusion.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday announced at the company’s special media event that its brand new Apple Pay mobile payments service will officially launch in the United States on Monday as over 500 new banks agree to support the platform by next year. Apple Pay was announced last month at the company’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus event.