Apple seems more prepared than ever to iterate fast, try new things and enhance its services as it seeks to build them up.
Once Apple’s most highly paid executive, Angela Ahrendts has followed up her surprise departure from leading Apple retail to take a director’s chair at Airbnb.
Apple is working with the Malala Fund and French social enterprise, Simplon on a huge scheme to teach coding to women and girls from some of the world’s most marginalised communities.
Samsung switches on Apple TV and AirPlay support for all 2019 televisions and many 2018 models in over a hundred countries.
A movie created on an iPhone X has just received a globally prestigious BAFTA Award and you can watch it here.
If you or a family member is using an older iPhone or iPad you may need to figure out how to install older versions of some apps on their devices, this is how it’s done through the App Store.
Now you can print books, calendars and cards from within Photos on your Mac in the U.S, Canada and Europe.
Apple’s Apple Pay chief promised that 70% of US merchants will accept the service by the end of the year, and says we’re reaching a tipping point in which card-free payments will become the norm.