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Apple and IBM release 10 new MobileFirst for iOS apps

Apple and IBM release 10 new MobileFirst for iOS apps

Apple and IBM today launched 10 new enterprise across under their MobileFirst for iOS partnership. With the addition of these 10 apps, the companies now offer 32 different apps to enterprise users across a bunch of sectors.

Google, Dell, Facebook and others file a ‘friend of the court’ briefing in the Apple v. Samsung case for reassessing damages

Google, Dell, Facebook and others file a ‘friend of the court’ briefing in the Apple v. Samsung case for reassessing damages

Dell, Facebook, Google, Newegg, SAS Institute, Hewlett-Packard and Limelight Networks have filed a “friend of the court” briefing with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit against the court’s decision in the Apple v. Samsung case.

Apple’s usage of refurbished AppleCare+ hardware replacements leads to new class-action lawsuit

Apple’s usage of refurbished AppleCare+ hardware replacements leads to new class-action lawsuit

On July 16, it was confirmed that Apple was facing a class-action lawsuit over bag searches for its Store employees in California.

Angela Ahrendts to provide more insight about Apple’s ‘Back to school’ promotion next week

Angela Ahrendts to provide more insight about Apple’s ‘Back to school’ promotion next week

Apple has usually launched its “Back to School” promotion in early July, but this year, the company has been mum about the promotion leading many to believe that it has been axed.

Apple blocking offline Apple Music storage on iPods due to piracy concerns

Apple blocking offline Apple Music storage on iPods due to piracy concerns

Apple recently refreshed its MP3 player lineup, making cosmetic changes to the iPod nano and the iPod shuffle alongside the more significant hardware improvements it made to the iPod touch. Though refreshed, the nano and shuffle are still a step behind when it comes to Apple Music. As suggested earlier this week and confirmed today by 9to5Mac, the nano and shuffle will not sync with Apple Music due to piracy concerns.

Apple faces class-action lawsuit over bag searches for store employees

Apple faces class-action lawsuit over bag searches for store employees

In 2013, two Apple Store employees filed a lawsuit against Apple due to lost wages for mandatory bag checks they had to go through while working for the company.

Apple grabbed 92% of the total smartphone market profits in Q1, 2015, while other OEMs struggle to break even

Apple grabbed 92% of the total smartphone market profits in Q1, 2015, while other OEMs struggle to break even

The smartphone market is slowing down, with major markets like the US and Europe saturating. Despite these hurdles though, Apple continues to dominate the industry and its profits continue to soar. 

Apple seeds the first OS X El Capitan beta to public testers

Apple seeds the first OS X El Capitan beta to public testers

On Wednesday, Apple released plenty of new beta software to registered developers. However, the public beta for OS X El Capitan wasn’t part of the mix.

Apple releases first iOS 9 public beta

Apple releases first iOS 9 public beta

On Wednesday, July 8, Apple officially released the third beta for iOS 9 for developers. However, for those that signed up for the public beta, the wait has been long.

iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan public betas arriving on July 9

iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan public betas arriving on July 9

On Wednesday, July 8, Apple released the latest developer betas for iOS 9 and OS X El Capitan, the third release for both platforms.