Archive for February, 2014

European Commission seeking freemium app reform

The European Commission is meeting with Apple, Google, and others in order to get a handle on the sometimes controversial subject...

Apple overviews Touch ID security in newly released document

What seems as simple as placing your fingertip over the home button of the iPhone 5s is actually a fairly complex...

26 percent of users already upgraded to iOS 7.0.6

iOS users warned of a dangerous security vulnerability are heeding the call, updating to iOS 7.0.6 at a brisk clip. Analytics...

Apple tops list of world’s most-admired companies

Fortune has released their annual list of the world’s most-admired companies, and Apple has again topped the list, scoring the number...

iTunes 11.1.5 now available for download

A new version of iTunes is rolling out to users today. Version 11.1.5 does not bring any major changes to the...

A guide to iOS 7’s shortcuts and gestures

In terms of simplicity and intuitiveness, iOS 7 is pretty darn good, but hidden beneath the gloss are a multitude of...

Apple appeals iBooks antitrust ruling

Apple has filed papers this week to appeal a ruling from last year that found the company guilty of cooperating with...

Steve Jobs statue unveiled just in time for late Apple founder’...

A new bust of Steve Jobs will soon take up residence at Apple’s Cupertino campus. The unveiling of the piece created...

Apple releases OS X 10.9.2 update with fix for SSL security bug

While a fix a nasty SSL bug arrived for mobile devices almost immediately in the form of iOS 7.0.6, Mac users...

iPad Air wins Best Mobile Tablet at Mobile World Congress without...

Apple isn’t one to participate in the big trade shows that other companies scamper to every year, instead choosing to host...

Sapphire partner’s second-half projections suggest another fall...

With big changes expect to come to the iPhone in its next iteration, speculation has focused on the possibility that Apple...