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When Apple’s Greg Joswiak first introduced the EarPods on stage at the iPhone 5 event in 2012, he said they “look unlike any headphone you’ve ever seen before.” Samsung won’t be able to say the same for its new earphones,… Read more ›

Apple’s next big event coming March 9

Mark your calendars: Full details of the Apple Watch will be revealed March 9. Invites were sent to the press today for a special Apple event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco on that date.… Read more ›

Didn’t get your invite to the exclusive Apple Watch event on March 9th? Apple’s still going to let everyone in on the action with a livestream of the event from the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. Apple posted a… Read more ›

Why Apple’s new emojis aren’t racist

When you’re a company the size of Apple, sometimes you’re damned if you do, and damned if you don’t. Having recently paved the way for racially diverse emoji by adding them to both Mac and iOS, Apple is now being… Read more ›

iTunes might currently be flagging compared to rivals like Spotify, but it seems that Apple has some big ideas to bolster its music services — and unlike many companies in Silicon Valley, they’re not going to be based solely on… Read more ›

It was only a matter of time before Samsung did something to try and thwart Apple’s unconfirmed automotive aspirations. The Korean iPhone competitor has bought the battery pack division of a leading automative supplier only a couple of weeks after… Read more ›

Ahead of tonight’s Academy Awards, Apple has just released a new video celebrating how iOS devices can help filmmakers. Called “Make a film with iPad,” the video shows student directors from the Los Angeles County High School. Directors featured include… Read more ›

Jony Ive and his infamous design team aren’t simply creating the Apple products you use and love, their influence is reshaping Apple itself. On this episode, we look back at Jony’s humble start, and examine how Sir Ive and team… Read more ›

Apple is no stranger to having competitors copy its style. Samsung, HP, and Xiaomi have all been caught in the act multiple times, but the last company we expected to rip off Apple is Comcast. For its new cable remote,… Read more ›