Both paid and free apps can be pre-ordered on App Store, and the feature is available across all Apple platforms including iOS, macOS, and tvOS.
Apple has acquired the music recognition app Shazam for $400 million making it the company’s one of the most expensive deals ever
Apple agreed to acquire music-identification service Shazam, taking ownership of one of the first apps to demonstrate the power of the iPhone, recognizing songs after hearing just a few bars of a tune.
Apple aims for the best deal in India, as it plans to bring iPhone manufacturer to the world’s largest smartphone market after China.
Jony Ive, Apple’s star designer, is reclaiming direct management control over the company’s product design team.
Components suppliers are already reporting dropping revenues due to declining iPhone X sales, claiming that shipments not only went down down in November, but are also expected to remain week in December.
Apple is said to go with L-shaped battery design for iPhone 6.5-inch and 5.8-inch OLED models of 2018, while the 6.1-inch LCD variant of iPhone could pack the regular rectangular battery.
Apple could pay about $400 million for Shazam and that a deal could be signed as early as next week.
Apple has revealed the most popular apps, music and movies across the App Store, Apple Music, and iTunes for 2017.
In a new rating, Consumer Reports has released, it put the Galaxy S8 ahead of the iPhone X.
According to hiring website Glassdoor, Facebook is the best company to work at, as Apple slips from last year’s 36th rank in the ‘100 Best Places to Work in the US’ list.
Some of the biggest Flipkart sale deals on mobiles include those on Apple iPhone X, Google Pixel 2, Samsung Galaxy S7, and Xiaomi Mi A1.
Along with Amazon Prime on Apple TV, there is a new Apple TV app which will stream live sports in the US
After having bowed down to pressure from China’s Great Firewall, Apple CEO Tim Cook believes that popular app titles will be restored to China’s App Store.
Ireland’s finance minister has said they have come to an agreement with Apple, where the iPhone maker is set to pay $15.4 billion in back taxes in early 2018.