Tag Archive: After


CVS and Rite Aid kicked off the Apple Pay War last week by disabling Apple’s mobile wallet solution from working at stores, even though it was supported at launch, but a team of class action lawyers are helping fanboys fight… Read more ›

The hot potato game of who will play Steve Jobs in Sony’s biopic continues. Christian Bale was attached to the role until yesterday, and before that Leonardo DiCaprio’s name was in the mix. Now it’s being reported that Michael Fassbender… Read more ›

Apple’s sapphire ambitions with GT Advanced Technology have been a complete disaster, but even though the plan to turn Mesa, Arizona into the Sapphire Capitol of the West failed, Apple executives are still looking for a way to repurpose its… Read more ›

Tim Cook called the iPhone 6 the fastest-selling smartphone in history during yesterday’s Apple event. It’s set a new high-water mark for the most first-month orders ever, and if you need any more evidence, just look at this line outside the… Read more ›

GT Advanced Technologies is apparently getting out of the sapphire production game, after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection at the start of this week. As reported by Re/code and the Wall Street Journal, the beleaguered company is asking the… Read more ›

Apple’s release of iOS 8.0.2 brought a number of bug fixes to the new operating system, but many iPhone users have reported Bluetooth connection problems with automobiles, including some of us here at Cult of Mac. Since the iOS 8.0.2… Read more ›

President Obama, sadly, does not have an iPhone 6. But he totally wants one, leading him to openly lust after Apple’s newest handset in a meeting Tuesday at the United Nations. According to a report by The New York Times,… Read more ›

  Almost half of all iOS users are using the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system, according to figures released by Apple on its App Store Distribution page. The figures show that as of September 21, 46 percent of… Read more ›

Apple’s fabulous iPhone used to be the number one reason crime was on the rise in New York City, but now that Apple’s added Activation Lock to iOS 7, thieves have given up their iLust and are targeting Samsung phones like never before.… Read more ›

Macworld is closing its doors. Parent company IDG has laid off much of its staff, including longtime employee and Editorial Director Jason Snell. First published in 1984, Macworld has played a historic role in covering Apple since its early days. The… Read more ›