Discover, Apple Pay’s lone holdout among the major credit card issuers, announced today that it will finally bring support for the secure mobile payments service to its cardmembers this fall.
Now that the Apple Watch is finally on your wrist, here’s how much damage you can do to it and still receive warranty support from Apple.
Apple just opened the floodgates for Apple Watch apps, a day before the device’s initial launch. But with thousands of apps now ready for Apple Watch, finding the right apps for your wrist may be difficult. Here’s a few resources to help you find the best Apple Watch apps as they become available.
The iPhone 6 Plus is the first iPhone that lets you rotate the home screen when using the device in landscape mode, but the way that Apple rearranges icons in this orientation isn’t too popular with users. Here’s why sequential app reordering is a problem, and what Apple can to do fix it in a future iOS update.
Apple announced today that its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will take place this year June 8 through June 12 at its usual venue in San Francisco’s Moscone West event center. Those interested in attending must register for a ticket lottery between now and Friday, April 17. Winners will be notified via email on April 20th.
Apple has long reminded us that the company wants to “change the world,” and while many of its products have indeed had profound impacts on the way we live, work, and play, perhaps none have been as important as what Apple announced today during its “Spring Forward” event. No, I’m not talking about the Apple Watch. I’m talking about ResearchKit.
Apple today took two welcome steps to improve the company’s iOS App Store, first by increasing the maximum size of apps from 2GB to 4GB, and second by launching a new store section highlighting games that don’t involve in-app purchases.
Apple now blocks users from running Adobe Flash Player if their version is out of date or has known security vulnerabilities. While most Mac users will do well to heed Apple’s warning, those who need to run older versions of Flash and are willing to accept the risks of doing so can manually circumvent Apple’s Flash block in OS X. Here’s how to do it.
Mac users not running the latest version of OS X are shown a large banner in the Mac App Store urging them to upgrade. If you’re not ready or willing to upgrade to Yosemite, here’s how you can hide its prominent banner, keeping it out of the way until you’re ready.