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Apple Watch’s Companion App interface revealed in series of images

Apple Watch’s Companion App interface revealed in series of images

The Apple Watch comes with a Companion App for iOS, which, courtesy of iOS 8.2, is now available on every iPhone equipped with the latest mobile software.

Apple developing its electric car at SixtyEight’s building in Sunnyvale

Apple developing its electric car at SixtyEight’s building in Sunnyvale

Various reports over the last couple of months have claimed that Apple seems to be working on its own vehicle under the codename Project Titan. The company has been hiring a lot of automobile experts, and even regulatory filings from its own lawyers in Switzerland seem to verify reports of the Cupertino company working on an ‘Apple Car.’

Tim Cook talks to Jim Cramer of Mad Money about Health, ResearchKit, Apple Watch and more

Tim Cook talks to Jim Cramer of Mad Money about Health, ResearchKit, Apple Watch and more

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook called CNBC’s Mad Money host Jim Cramer on Monday to congratulate him for the show completing its 10th anniversary. During the call, Cook talked about Health, ResearchKit, Apple Watch and more.  

Apple updates App Store guidelines, including health data consent, Apple Pay policies and more

Apple updates App Store guidelines, including health data consent, Apple Pay policies and more

With the Spring Forward event wrapped up, the upcoming availability of the Apple Watch, and the recent unveiling of ResearchKit, has prompted Apple to make some changes to its submission guidelines for its App Stores.

IDC expects iPad’s volume share of the market to decline in 2015, reaching levels below that of the past three years

IDC expects iPad’s volume share of the market to decline in 2015, reaching levels below that of the past three years

Research analyst firm IDC has reduced its tablet shipment growth estimates for the next five years and has called the iPad the “weakest link” of the market. 

Apple’s ResearchKit sees thousands sign up following launch

Apple’s ResearchKit sees thousands sign up following launch

On Monday, March 9, Apple unveiled its new ResearchKit, which is billed as a powerful framework to help people with health-related issues, all through an iPhone.

Best iOS 8 Tweaks [March 5 – March 11]

Best iOS 8 Tweaks [March 5 – March 11]

It’s that time a week again where we take a look at the best tweaks that were released over the past week. This week we have a few free tweaks that are definitely worth checking out. So even if you don’t want to open up your pocket book there’s something here for you to give a try.

Users getting ‘Cannot connect to iTunes Store’ error while trying to log into App Store [Update: Issue resolved]

Users getting ‘Cannot connect to iTunes Store’ error while trying to log into App Store [Update: Issue resolved]

Having trouble purchasing or updating your apps? You’re not the only one. It seems the App Store, iTunes, and other Apple services are down this morning, and Apple is yet to acknowledge that there is a problem.

Apple to donate over $50 million in diversity efforts within the tech industry

Apple to donate over $50 million in diversity efforts within the tech industry

The annual shareholders meeting at Apple is taking place now at Cupertino, and one of the major topics at hand is Apple’s goal to partner with non-profit organizations to continue to bolster diversity within the tech industry.

Snowden: CIA waged a secret campaign to defeat the security mechanisms built into Apple’s devices

Snowden: CIA waged a secret campaign to defeat the security mechanisms built into Apple’s devices

A new report from The Intercept claims that researchers from Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) have conducted sustained “multi-year” effort to cracks the security of the Apple’s iPhone, iPad and Mac devices.