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What’s in Apple’s Japanese ‘Lucky Bags’ — and how you can get one

As per Japanese tradition, Apple has started handing out its Fukubukuro (a.k.a. “Lucky Bags”) to customers at its brick-and-mortar retail stores in Japan — giving some fortunate buyers massive discounts on the latest Apple products and accessories. The bags are… Read more ›

Apple’s failed sapphire makers want to pay out millions in bonuses to senior execs

GT Advanced Technologies’ attempts to make sapphire iPhone screens for Apple may have ended in disaster, but that’s not stopping GT senior execs from asking for millions to be paid out in bonuses. Because the company filed for bankruptcy protection… Read more ›

Why Apple’s IBM partnership was the biggest tech news of 2014

2014 will go down as one of the biggest years in Apple history. The stock hit record highs. The company’s first wearable was revealed. And Apple dropped $ 3 billion on its biggest acquisition ever. But of all the huge news… Read more ›

TSMC will likely get golden ticket as Apple’s main A9 chip supplier

The iPhone 6 has barely been on the market for three months but the iPhone 6S rumor mill is starting to heat up with a battle brewing between Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co (TSMC) and Samsung to become the main supplier… Read more ›

Apple’s spaceship HQ is beaming up a 100-year-old barn

Apple’s new spaceship headquarters is poised to be one of the most futuristic corporate buildings in California once it touches down, but to help the campus stay connected to its roots, Apple is painstakingly preserving a 100 year-old barn built… Read more ›

Apple’s new trademark hints at third-party CarPlay accessories

There’s a line of thought which suggests that Apple’s CarPlay technology essentially turns your car into one giant iPhone add-on. A new trademark application, however, suggests that Apple is planning to lend its approval to some other, likely smaller third-party CarPlay accessories… Read more ›

Mac users should install Apple’s NTP security update ASAP

Apple pushed out a critical security update for Mac users today, and if your Mac is running Yosemite, Mavericks, or Mountain Lion, you’ll want to install it immediately. OS X NTP Security Update was released to users via the Mac… Read more ›

BBC shines spotlight back on Apple’s poor working conditions in Asia

In a documentary set to air tonight called Apple’s Broken Promises, BBC One went undercover at Pegatron, one of Apple’s main supply chain partners in China. The findings from inside Pegatron’s walls show that “Apple’s promises to protect workers were routinely… Read more ›

Apple’s holiday RED campaign pushes total AIDS donations past $100 million

Apple’s World AIDS week campaign has earned a big donation for Bono’s Product RED charity this month. The holiday project RED promotions that ran during two of the busiest shopping days of the year – Black Friday until Cyber Monday… Read more ›

The retro backstory behind Apple’s holiday TV ad

Apple just posted a video on its YouTube channel to explain how they made the most recent TV ad for the holidays, “The Song.” In the ad, a young woman uses GarageBand to sing a duet with her grandmother’s recording… Read more ›