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The second part of Tim Cook’s interview with Charlie Rose is scheduled to air tonight on PBS, and as a teaser for the show has released a short video of Tim Cook explaining Apple’s stance on user privacy and company transparency… Read more ›

Now that Apple has entered the watch game, even the horological old guard is starting to take notice. Just a few days after Apple unveiled the Apple Watch, Switch luxury watch maker TAG Heuer has announced that it’s planning on… Read more ›

There are a lot of Apple skeptics out there. CNBC thinks the new iPhone 6 models are nothing special, and diss the Apple Watch because it doesn’t work with Android. Watch Cult of Mac editor and publisher Leander Kahney set… Read more ›

Former Apple exec Jean-Louis Gassée has posted a new edition of his always enjoyable Monday Note blog, arguing that Apple isn’t intending to disrupt banks and credit card companies with its entry into the mobile payments world. It’s an interesting read,… Read more ›

A former Apple senior mechanical engineer has confirmed to Cult of Mac that, judging by pictures, the iWatch most likely comes with wireless charging. Earlier today a Reddit user posted schematics supposedly showing various components of the iWatch. One of these… Read more ›

Los Angeles teachers union president Alex Caputo-Pear has called for L.A. Schools chief John Deasy – the man who helped orchestrate the ill-fated $ 1.3 billion tech deal designed to give an iPad to every student – to report to “teacher jail” while the program… Read more ›

Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities has a big research report out today with his late-minute predictions for Apple’s September 9th media event. It’s a doozy of a note, mainly because it lays out not only juicy iPhone 6 and iWatch… Read more ›

In his latest column for The New York Times, Nick Bilton drops an interesting tidbit about Jony Ive and the iWatch. The mythical wearable, which is expected to finally see the light of day at next week’s Apple event, is… Read more ›

Apple flat-out denies that an iCloud security breach led to the trove of celebrity nudes that leaked over Labor Day weekend. “None of the cases we have investigated has resulted from any breach in any of Apple’s systems including iCloud or Find… Read more ›

Despite a planned October unveiling, Apple may still not release the iWatch until next year. That’s the latest from Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities, an unusually reliable Apple analyst. Re/code reported two months ago that Apple’s first “foray into wearable… Read more ›