Remember how disappointed folks were when they realized that FaceTime Audio worked only on iOS 7? It was great to see that Apple had introduced a simple way to place calls between Apple devices, but it was a letdown that the feature was initially limited to only the iPhone and iPad. Pretty soon, we’ll be able to end that disappointment and add Mac Pros and MacBooks to the list. Read More »
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Apple lied to consumers about their rights to warranties for defective iPhones and iPads, says an Australian consumer protection group. Apple reportedly told consumers that they had only 14 days to return a product and a 12-month warranty window for faulty merchandise. That policy was not in line with Australian law, so Apple has reached an agreement to change the way it does business in the country. Read More »
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After Apple Maps launched to terrible reviews and entire websites dedicated to documenting its many mistakes, it was assumed that people would flock to Google Maps for iOS the moment that it became available. While iPhone users have embraced Google Maps, which is currently the 17th most popular free app in iTunes, new data suggest that the vast majority of iPhone owners use Apple's map application more often. Read More »
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Apple has announced financial results for the fourth fiscal quarter of 2013.
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Apple has announced that the App Store reached another milestone, passing 50 billion app downloads.
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