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Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac Font Is Likely Going to Change

Your iPhone, iPad, and Mac Font Is Likely Going to Change

By Josh Wolford May 20, 2015

Are all the Apple users ready for a font change? Everyone loves a font change! Love it or not, a new look might be coming to your iOS and Mac OS devices. 9to5Mac‘s Mark Gurman quotes the ubiquitous sources with …

Apple Announces Partnerships For Environmental Efforts In China Apple Announces Partnerships For Environmental Efforts In China

Apple announced that it is expanding its renewable energy and environmental protection efforts in China. This includes a multi-year project with World Wildlife Fund, which the company says will “significantly increase” responsibly managed forests across the country. The two strive …

Fitbit Files $100 Million IPO Fitbit Files $100 Million IPO

Fitness tracking wearables company Fitbit has decided to go public According to Fortune, Fitbit will trade on the NYSE under the symbol FIT. The company says it plans to raise $100 million, but that number is likely to change. Fitbit’s …

These Kids Have Some Logical Reactions to the Apple Watch These Kids Have Some Logical Reactions to the Apple Watch

TheFineBros‘ YouTube series of kids reacting to stuff has a new entry – and this time they’re taking a look at the Apple Watch! Or the iWatch. Or that “small iPod nano.” While the kids can agree that it “looks …

Apple Is Working Hard to Kill Spotify’s Free Tier: Report Apple Is Working Hard to Kill Spotify’s Free Tier: Report

Apple knows it’s going to be an uphill climb when it relaunches its Beats-based music streaming service this summer – and the company may be taking some rather direct measures to cripple the competition. According to a report from The …

Your Apple Watch and Your Tattoo Don’t Get Along, Confirms Apple Your Apple Watch and Your Tattoo Don’t Get Along, Confirms Apple

Apple has confirmed that yes, your arm tattoo is probably messing with your Apple Watch. Earlier this week, some new Apple Watch owners discovered something rather troubling – their shiny new devices weren’t working quite right. Turns out, their sleeve …

Apple Pay Continues To Gain Momentum Apple Pay Continues To Gain Momentum

Apple released its financial results for its fiscal year 2015 Q2 on Monday. The company had a record quarter largely thanks to iPhone sales, as well as strong performances by Mac and the App Store. During the ensuing conference call, …

Apple: iPhone, Mac Are Cannibalizing iPad Apple: iPhone, Mac Are Cannibalizing iPad

Consumers seem to be showing less and less interest in Apple’s iPad line as time goes on, and that’s not necessarily because of the device’s competition from other tablets. In February, IDC released research finding that people bought 3 million …

iPhone, Mac & App Store Give Apple Another Big Quarter iPhone, Mac & App Store Give Apple Another Big Quarter

Apple released its financial results for its fiscal 2015 second quarter ended March 28. Thanks to strong performance by its iPhone, Mac and App Store businesses, the company posted 27% revenue growth and 40% EPS growth, setting records for the …

Apple Watch Stars in Most Satisfying ‘Will It Blend’ Yet

For about a decade, Blendtec founder Tom Dickson has satisfied his urge to destroy something beautiful by placing expensive things inside one of his blenders and pulverizing them. This exercise, which has been performed for products dating as far back …

Ben & Jerry’s Introduces Ice Cream-Filled Burrito with Apple Ad Parody

On April 20, a holiday for people who like appetite enhancers, Ben & Jerry’s is debuting an ice cream-filled burrito in its scoop shops. Sorry, I meant “BRRR-ito”, “We’re always on the hunt for new ways to eat our ice …

Apple Blames ‘Bug’ for Homophobic Russian Siri Apple Blames ‘Bug’ for Homophobic Russian Siri

According to Apple, a bug is behind some decidedly anti-gay answers expressed by the Russian version of Siri. Earlier this week, a video called “In Soviet Russia Siri questions you” went viral. In the video, a man named Alex demonstrated …

Apple’s WWDC Gets Underway June 8 Apple’s WWDC Gets Underway June 8

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference will start on June 8 this year, and run through June 12. Per usual, the event will be held in San Francisco. Apple touts that there will be more sessions streamed to developers this year …

Apple Watch Pre-orders Nearly Hit a Million on Launch Day Apple Watch Pre-orders Nearly Hit a Million on Launch Day

Hours after Apple opened up pre-orders on its new wearable device, the Apple Watch, the product sold out. Shipping times slipped from the original target of April 24 to 4-6 weeks out, and even longer in some cases. Of course, …

Apple Watch: Everything Wrong with It, According to Early Reviews Apple Watch: Everything Wrong with It, According to Early Reviews

Apple is set to kick off pre-orders and begin in-store tryouts of its new wearable tech, the Apple Watch, on Friday. It’s impossible to know whether the device will take like most Apple products of late and fly off the …

Apple: We’re Going to Run Out of Apple Watches Apple: We’re Going to Run Out of Apple Watches

According to Apple, Apple Watch demand is sky-high. Apple has confirmed reports that it’ll only accept online pre-orders for the new Apple Watch – none in-store. Apple says it expects demand will exceed supply at launch. “We are excited to …

Apple Adds New Diverse Emoji with iOS Update Apple Adds New Diverse Emoji with iOS Update

iOS 8.3 is here, and while it comes with a handful of updates, the most exciting is new emoji. Duh. When the beta of the new OS X hit developers hands back in February, we were given a preview at …