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  • Apple is opening an app design and development accelerator in India

    Apple is opening an app design and development accelerator in India

    Apple is increasing its focus on India after announcing plans to open its first developer center in the country. The new ‘iOS App Design and Development Accelerator’ will be located in Bangalore (also known as Bengaluru) and is scheduled to open in early 2017. Read More

  • FileMaker 15 launches with support for Apple’s latest hardware features

    FileMaker 15 launches with support for Apple’s latest hardware features

    FileMaker, a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, makes it easy for those without any programming knowledge as well as experienced programmers to build line-of-business apps for the iPhone, iPad, Windows PC and Mac. The product has been around since the 1980s (back then it was called Nutshell), but has evolved ever since. With the release of this latest version, FileMaker now supports new… Read More

  • Phil Schiller takes to Twitter to remind everyone not to pluralize Apple products

    Phil Schiller takes to Twitter to remind everyone not to pluralize Apple products

    Last night a single tweet on everyone’s favorite news platform was heard ’round the world. No, I’m not talking about the tweet that cost an NFL draft prospect $14 million dollars. Or Drake’s tweet dropping his new album, Views. I’m talking about Apple marketing boss Phil Schiller taking to Twitter to finally answer the age-old question of how to correctly refer… Read More

  • COVR Photo is perfect for stalkers and street photographers everywhere

    COVR Photo is perfect for stalkers and street photographers everywhere

    Ever wanted to grab your smartphone to grab a cheeky photo? COVR Photo has you covered with a freshly launched iPhone 6 case that includes a tiny periscope. The accessory enables you to use your phone as usual most of the time, but if you want to slip into sneaky, spying sleuth mode, slide the mirror assembly across the lens and you’ll be able to pretend to text while snapping your photos. Read More

  • Apple’s loudest activist investor just dumped his stake

    Apple’s loudest activist investor just dumped his stake

    Carl Icahn, one of Apple’s biggest activist investors, told CNBC he has exited his position in the company. He was known for basically trying to pressure Apple into bumping up its efforts to return value to investors. At the time he declared his position, Apple was in the process of a $100 billion several-year capital return program that included buybacks and dividends, but that… Read More

  • Global smartphone market shrinks, year over year

    Global smartphone market shrinks, year over year

    Worldwide sales of smartphones declined year over year, from Q1 2015 to Q1 2016, according to figures from analyst Strategy Analytics, which it says is the first time in the history of what it dubs the “modern smartphone market” that this has occurred. Read More

  • Why Apple’s stock fell off a cliff today

    Why Apple’s stock fell off a cliff today

    Apple took a more than $40 billion hit today after reporting its second-quarter earnings — and it was bleak. Shares of Apple were down more than 8 percent in extended trading at one point today. Things went about as poorly as you could expect: the company couldn’t hit revenue or earnings targets, iPhone sales fell off a cliff from the year-ago quarter and its third-quarter guidance… Read More

  • Apple iPhone sees first YOY sales dip ever

    Apple iPhone sees first YOY sales dip ever

    For the first time in its history, the iPhone is experiencing a drop in sales. In 2015 at this same time, Apple sold 61 million units of the iPhone. This year, for the period ending March, Apple only sold 51.2 million units, representing a 16 percent YOY drop. This shouldn’t come as a surprise for most folks who know that we are close to (if not already at) peak iPhone levels. There… Read More

  • Everything you need to know about Apple’s huge second-quarter miss

    Okay folks, this is the big one. Last year the company brought in revenue of $58 billion — and it showed its first decline in 13 years by posting revenue of $50.6 billion for the second quarter this year, missing analyst expectations on its revenue and guidance by quite a bit. We’re parsing through all the details right now — here’s everything you need to know… Read More

  • FBI to keep Apple guessing on San Bernardino iPhone hack

    FBI to keep Apple guessing on San Bernardino iPhone hack

    The FBI plans not to disclose to Apple the method it used to access an iPhone belonging to the San Bernardino shooting suspect, or submit it for an internal government review, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The FBI announced in March that it had purchased a hacking tool from a third party that enabled it to access data on an iPhone used by Syed Farook. Farook and his wife… Read More