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Apple Pay is set to completely change the way we pay for things at the register, and to reward early adopters’ use of the new mobile payments system, Apple is planning to launch a new Apple Pay loyalty program in… Read more ›

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus may be Apple’s best-selling iPhones in history, racking up a massive 10 million+ sales in their first weekend alone, but how does this massive success translate into numbers going forward? Ahead of today’s Apple… Read more ›

Was Apple’s livestreamed iPad event really such a big yawn? Search Twitter for “#AppleEvent yawn” or “Apple boring” and you’ll see tweet after tweet bemoaning the boring nature of Thursday’s press conference. It got so tedious for some, there were dozens… Read more ›

Before the iPhone 6 was officially announced, developers confirmed the higher resolution of the iPhone 6 by examining the beta for iOS 8, specifically in the way apps would prefer to load a 3x image over the 2x image on… Read more ›

Things are looking far from rosy in Samsung-land. According to a Re/code report on Tuesday, the company’s third-quarter earnings are set to fall below market expectations — thanks to falling TV prices, decreased display shipments, and more competition than ever… Read more ›

6 ways Apple could make the iPhone better than big

The iPhone 6 received rave reviews when Apple unveiled it at the Flint Center last month, but not many people have been eager to talk about it’s shortcomings, until now. In today’s Cult of Mac video we breakdown the biggest… Read more ›

Apple’s 5.5-inch “phablet” iPhone 6 Plus may still be in short supply, but according to supply chain sources it’s likely to wind up accounting for a whopping 60% of total iPhone 6 family shipments. Prior to the iPhone 6 Plus’… Read more ›

Tim Cook may have laughed at Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White’s “iRing†prediction, but someone at Microsoft was clearly scratching their chin, intrigued at the idea. That’s based on a recently published patent application from Microsoft showing how the company… Read more ›

Tim Cook may have laughed at Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White’s “iRing†prediction, but someone at Microsoft was clearly scratching their chin, intrigued at the idea. That’s based on a recently published patent application from Microsoft showing how the company… Read more ›

Preliminary findings by the European Commission have slammed Apple and Ireland for a so-called “sweetheart” tax deal which allowed Apple to avoid paying taxes by building up a massive offshore cash pile of $ 137.7bn in the country. The deal dates… Read more ›