Bloomberg has posted an interview with Phillip Shoemaker, the former head of App Store reviews for Apple from 2009 to 2016. The extensive interview talks about why apps are rejected from the App Store and the toll the responsibility took on him.
Apple’s online store has gone ahead which likely hints at the company putting new iPads, AirPods, and AirPower for sale later today.
Apple is making another change to its executive lineup, with a potential shift in the way it handles retail coming along with it.
Apple has removed upwards of 700 apps from the Chinese App Store including some notable ones developed by Sogou — a Chinese alternative to Google — and Pinduodo, an online retailer app.
A month after the iPhone XS launch, Apple has started accepting pre-orders for iPhone XR. iPhone XR replaces the iPhone 8 in the price category but has almost all the top-of-the-line features and design elements of the iPhone XR. It’s the new default iPhone for most users. iPhone XR Pre-orders are now live. Deliveries start on October 26th.
Apple’s retail stores all across the globe are meant to be local hotspots, not just a way to buy new products, but also ways to learn how to code, or learn how to take great photos with the iPhone camera, and draw with the Apple Pencil on supported iPad models.
One of the biggest new features to come along with iOS 12 is the ability to create shortcuts that Siri can take advantage of, making a variety of tasks just a voice command away.
7 People Arrested, 9 Arrest Warrants Issued in Connection with $1 Million Apple Store Theft Ring in California
A major theft ring connected to Apple’s physical retail stores has taken a hit, as more than a dozen people have been arrested.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are all set to hit the retail stores on September 21. There might not be as much hype surrounding the devices as previous iPhones but that does not mean people are not going to line up in front of Apple Stores. To accommodate for the heavy rush, Apple will be opening its retail stores earlier than usual in the launch markets.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max might have failed to stir up interest during their pre-orders last week but that has not stopped consumers from lining up outside of Apple Stores across the world. Despite the lack of hype, queuing up outside of Apple stores during the time of a new iPhone launch has become a yearly tradition for many.