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One of the biggest criticisms of the upcoming Steve Jobs movie is that actor Michael Fassbender looks nothing like Jobs. In a new interview, Fassbender acknowledges the lack of resemblance, but says that making himself into a Steve lookalike was never part of the goal. “We decided that I didn’t look anything like [Jobs], and […]

Senior director of Apple Music has left the company

In a surprising move, Apple Music senior director Ian Rogers has left Apple — just two months after the new streaming service was launched. Rogers was key in shaping Apple’s online radio strategy, leading to the launch of Beats 1. Prior to joining Apple in August 2014, he worked as CEO at Beats Music. It’s […]

High quality products aside, Apple’s customer service has always been one of the company’s best assets. That asset took a tumble in Q2, however, according to a new StellaService report which suggests that Apple’s customer service has gotten worse over recent months. The major criticism involves Apple’s phone, email and chat problem resolution scores. While Apple […]

Don’t believe the critics who tell you wearables will never take off, because they’re wrong. During the second quarter of 2015 alone, the wearables market grew a staggering 223.2 percent, according to the latest figures from IDC, and Apple Watch is working its way to the top to tackle Fitbit. Android Wear, on the other […]

Apple Music brings the Latin groove with new partners

Apple has signed a deal with Latin American “cultural outlet” Remezcla to create playlists for Apple Music. The company, which began as a Latino events guide for New York, specializes in Latin America’s musical “new wave.” It regularly produces content for brands and festivals eager to reach young Latino audiences — something Apple is more […]

Colleges and universities bend over backwards to earn accreditation and good reviews. It’s good for recruiting. But what if your school earns honors from the dating app Tinder as the most “right-swiped?” A hot student body can’t hurt. Tinder crunched the numbers and released the top 25 campuses in the U.S. with the most popular […]

Take a closer look at iPhone 6s Force Touch display

The iPhone 6s keynote might be less than two week away, but we’ve already seen a bunch parts leak out of upcoming smartphone. A source provided Cult of Mac with the images above of an iPhone 6s screen assembly. The new assembly is slightly thicker than the iPhone 6 screen assembly, which is in line […]

Instagram won’t force you to be square anymore

Instagram is no longer a photo sharing service just for squares. The company today announced that it will finally support portrait and landscape photos and videos with its latest updates on Android and iOS. Since making its debut five years ago, Instagram has only ever supported square images. To upload portrait or landscape snaps, you […]

Apple just confirmed its big iPhone 6s event will take place September 9, and while the art on the invite didn’t offer any clues, Apple did give us one tip: Try asking Siri for hint. Tim Cook’s not about to let his digital assistant leak details of the big event, but we decided to give […]

New reader will let you Apple PayAnywhere this fall

The updated version of the PayAnywhere mobile credit-card reader is set to launch next month, and it will be all about Apple Pay. This new partnership will help make good on some of Apple head Tim Cook’s bold claims during the company’s most recent earnings report. PayAnywhere‘s new reader will launch exclusively for sale on […]