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 Apple apologises to users for iCloud subscription error

Apple apologises to users for iCloud subscription error

 Apple has apologised to users for iCloud subscription goof up few days back which led to false iCloud cancellation emails sent to subscribers. Apple has followed up with another note apologising for the bug and reassuring them that their plan remains in good standing.

Apple to reportedly stop supporting 32-bit apps with iOS 11

Apple to reportedly stop supporting 32-bit apps with iOS 11

In a bid to remove problem apps and to focus on quality, Apple will stop supporting 32-bit apps with the release of iOS 11 later this year, meaning that many legacy applications will no longer function at all.

Apple to rely on apps and services after disappointing sales

Apple to rely on apps and services after disappointing sales

Though Apple Inc is selling enough iPhones to keep investors happy for now, the world's most valuable publicly traded company is set increasingly to rely on its apps and services to drive growth.

Apple confirms disruption in App store services

Apple confirms disruption in App store services

Mainly the online application like iTune, iCloud and the iPhone make's photo application suffered a major crash.

Apple says all services resume after outage

Apple says all services resume after outage

Apple Inc said all its services, including the popular App Store, have resumed following an outage that started late afternoon on Thursday.

Apple loses lustre on fears that ‘wow’ days over

Many analysts say Apple is evolving from a device-making superstar racking up dizzying financial quarters to a company that can make a sizable and steady income from selling apps, digital music and more to the huge number of people using its devices.

 

Apple CEO says had "very open" privacy talks in China: Report

Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook was quoted on Friday as saying he had "very open" talks on privacy and security with a senior Chinese official, days after a web monitoring group linked the government to a hack into Apple`s iCloud service in China.

Apple says its systems not to blame for celebrity photo breach

The week before a crucial launch of its new iPhone, Apple Inc said intimate photos of celebrities including Oscar-winner Jennifer Lawrence were leaked online through the apparent hacking of individual iCloud accounts.

Apple updates iWork for iCloud, OS X with password-protected web sharing feature

According to Tech Crunch, users can now share their documents via iCloud with a user-assigned password using either Pages 2.1 on iOS or iWork for iCloud beta.

Apple launches iTunes radio app to rival Pandora

The radio app allows users to create customized music stations for streaming by choosing a song, artist and genre, similar to Pandora, but has some unique features.

Apple now ‘more secure’ with ‘two-step verification’

Tech giant Apple has added a new level of security to iCloud and Apple ID users.

Apple delays latest iTunes upgrade ‘to get it right’

Apple has announced that the latest version of its iTunes will not be released this month as planned because the firm wants to take a little more time to ‘make it right’

'People to store 33% content using cloud computing by 2016'

In 2011, seven percent of consumer content was stored in cloud, but this will grow to 36 percent in 2016, the research firm said.