Last year, the Los Angeles school district granted teachers iPads loaded with Pearson curriculum in a controversial deal that was later voided. A new report observed most teachers weren’t using them.
But it is a whole lot more secure.
With iOS 8, developers are getting access to parts of the iPhone that were, at one point, sacred.
Who actually has 4.6GB of free space on their phone?
The bags under my eyes are Prada.
The sandwich chain announced Tuesday a deal to enable mobile payments at its stores through a partnership with Softcard. Though Apple cited Subway as accepting its new Apple Pay mobile service last week, a representative for the fast food chain said it was not yet prepared to talk about its relationship with Apple publicly, which stands in stark contrast to its other retail partners on the service.
“I play videogames to escape, and then this is making me do work.”
No one in the history of the universe has ever meant to say “ducking.”
Beware, haters: “Once the album has been removed from your account, it will no longer be available for you to redownload as a previous purchase.”
Apple reveals record-breaking preorders.
Yahoo News Digest already works on the Apple Watch.
Companies are making smartwatches and wearables that are smaller and more fashion-conscious in the hopes of targeting women. “The industry hasn’t traditionally focused on women as the foremost consumer at all.”
Songs of Innocence is, at best, a record for hardcore U2 fans. So why did they feel the need to make owning a copy mandatory for all iTunes users?
The latest original idea from Apple.
The Apple Watch is just the beginning.
At least in terms of size.
Dear Apple, please fix these before I buy the new iPhone.
Capturing the insanity of Apple’s most important event in years.
“And YOU get U2! And YOU get U2!”
I asked some friends outside of the tech world what they thought about the Apple event and the new products the company unveiled today.
A totally reasonable and accurate assessment of a serious event.
The chief financial officer of the country’s biggest credit card issuer said at a conference today that the Apple Pay product is “the future, so it’s great.”
Such a lovely shade of mauve!
Citigroup sees a $10 billion market in four years. Dumb watches keep selling too.