Tag Archive: Work


Make Apple Watch calendar work for your wrist

The default calendar view on Apple Watch is a list of the upcoming events for the current day. If you tap on the Today link in the upper left of the screen, you can see the whole month at a… Read more ›

One of the biggest questions still surrounding the Apple Watch has been what kind of accessories will be allowed to work with the device. Several third-party companies have already started advertising their own bands and cases, but Apple has yet… Read more ›

Apple admits the Watch doesn’t work well with tattoos

Apple has issued a statement on its website confirming that rumors about a so-called “tattoogate” are accurate. Reports that the Apple Watch ran into problems when being worn by a person with dark tattoos cropped up earlier this week, when… Read more ›

Devs work in top secret Apple lab to make Watch apps

How do you make Apple Watch apps without access to the actual device? For many developers, it doesn’t get better than the simulation tools Apple provides and some cardboard cutouts. But for a select few, Apple has given the opportunity… Read more ›

Devs work in top secret Apple lab to make Watch apps

How do you make Apple Watch apps without access to the actual device? For many developers, it doesn’t get better than the simulation tools Apple provides and some cardboard cutouts. But for a select few, Apple has given the opportunity… Read more ›

Apple can be an incredibly demanding company to work for, but just getting in the door is nearly impossible. The hiring process for Apple retail is fairly lengthy, but according to UX designer Luis Abreu, landing a job at the… Read more ›

After more than a decade at BBC Radio 1, well-known DJ personality Zane Lowe has taken a job with Apple in Cupertino, California. Although the five-time Radio Academy Award winner hasn’t said what he’ll be doing at Apple, he will reportedly… Read more ›

Stephan Brusche was bored and starting to play with his food when he made a discovery that would change his life: Bananas are nice to draw on. Graphic artists are paid to think this way, and Brusche was being urged… Read more ›

Rarely, when you plug an iPhone or iPad into a particular Lightning charger cable you’ll see a pop-up or lock screen message on the device that says something to the effect of “This cable is not certified and may not work reliably”. This usually prevents the lightning cable from charging the device as well. Though … Read More

While most of us focus on the consumer, education or enterprise applications of Apple’s devices, there’s another huge market where Cupertino’s products are making waves: the medical profession. According to a new report from Reuters, 14 out of the United… Read more ›