Here’s something you might not have realized: even with an iPhone 5s that won’t power on due to a dead battery, there is a very good chance the M7 coprocessor will keep doing its job. This was the realization of one user when traveling abroad with his iPhone.
Apple senior vice president and CFO Peter Oppenheimer will retire at the end of September, the company announced Tuesday morning. Oppenheimer will be succeeded by Luca Maestri, current vice president of Finance and corporate controller.
Is the iPad’s reign as king of the tablets finally coming to an end, or is there more to the story? Gartner has released its yearly tablet sales figures.
After finding success with the exclusive sales model used last year to launch Beyonce’s latest album, iTunes is aggressively pressing labels to offer more releases in the same vein.
This is the worst: ever recorded a great landscape video only to find out that your phone thought it was in portrait mode? Sure, you can attempt to fix it in post, but why not avoid the hassle altogether? That’s where Horizon comes in.
In case you were wondering what Apple’s CarPlay will look like in action, here is Volvo’s implementation of the system in their new XC90 SUV.
Apple is adding “hundreds” of employees to their engineering and supply-chain ranks in Asia, according to a new report. The slew of new employees will be tasked with helping the company diversify production and expedite output as Apple looks to have one of their biggest years ever.
Apple’s plans to bring greater iOS integration to cars moves forward today as the company has (re)announced their CarPlay initiative. Along With more details on what we can expect, a long list of partners was also revealed, including Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, and Volvo.
The European Commission is meeting with Apple, Google, and others in order to get a handle on the sometimes controversial subject of freemium apps. The commission is seeking reforms and regulations that make clear the costs associated with “free to play” apps and games.
What seems as simple as placing your fingertip over the home button of the iPhone 5s is actually a fairly complex — and highly encrypted — process that provides a firm layer of security to the device. The intricacies of Apple’s Touch ID system are revealed in a newly released security document.