Working with the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Apple announced that the Health Records on iPhone feature will be available soon to veterans. For the first time, American veterans receiving care through the Veterans Health Administration will be able to securely view their aggregated health records directly in the Health app on their iPhone. […]
The Apps, Games, Music, Movies, TV Shows, Podcasts and More That Shaped Entertainment and Culture Around the World This Year As the year comes to a close there are so many unanswered questions: Who is Kiki, and does she love me? Should I start a podcast? Where is Donut County? Why didn’t Offred escape Gilead […]
Available today as part of a free update to watchOS 5.1.2, the ECG app1 and irregular heart rhythm notification feature2 will help users identify signs of AFib, the most common form of irregular rhythm. When left untreated, AFib is one of the leading conditions that can result in stroke, the second most common cause of […]
Apple’s App Store has now paid developers over $50 billion Apple’s CEO Tim Cook announced yesterday on Twitter (08/04) that the Apple’s App Store paid out to “developers over $50 billion”. And that “July was a record-breaker for Apple’s App Store! Highest-ever monthly billings and money paid to developers” – Tim Cook Apple […]
Apple Previews Major Update with macOS Sierra Use Siri on the Mac, Access Your Desktop from Anywhere, Copy and Paste Between Devices & Rediscover Favorite Memories in Photos Apple® today (06/13) previewed macOS Sierra™, a major update to the world’s most advanced desktop operating system, with new features that make the Mac® smarter and more […]
Back to School with a MacBook Air! Starting at $899 the 11.6” MacBook Air weighs a mere 2.38lbs. Easily fits in a backpack and light enough to carry to all of your classes. If you want bigger, the 13” weighs in under 3lbs and is only $100 more. They are both powerful enough to get […]
Tim Cook made his second appearance last night (05/29) on the D: All Things Digital stage, and while he didn’t talk about any new products, he did agree that wearable computing is a big deal, even if he thinks Google Glass is not. Click below to watch the complete interview.
Daily Show recently had fun with Apple’s Tim Cook and the U.S. Senate going over Apple’s tax practices, as Stewart calls Nano-tax. This is too funny, and must watch. Click the video below to watch.
Apple® today (01/28) updated iOS to version 6.1, adding LTE capabilities to 36 additional iPhone® carriers and 23 additional iPad® carriers around the world, so even more iPhone 5, iPad mini and iPad* with Retina® display users can experience ultrafast wireless performance** to browse, download and stream content at blazing fast speeds. To date, iOS […]