19 hours ago 4By Joseph KellerApple has joined a new program from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop high-tech sensors and wearables for the military. The sensors would be designed to be worn by soldiers, but could also find their way on to ships and aircraft.
22 hours ago 6By Peter CohenA rumor surfaced this week that Apple's excising its One to One program at its retail store in favor of expanding the free group workshops program. One to One allows owners of new Macs and other devices to purchase a year's worth of weekly, personalized training with Apple specialists in Apple retail stores at a steal of a price: $99. If One to One does indeed go away, I can understand why. It's very expensive for stores to do, and many customers can get effective training other ways.
26 August 2015By Joseph KellerApple Retail Stores have started discontinuing the use of iPad-based Smart Signs in favor of a new Pricing app on display models. Additionally, Apple Stores have also started selling ElevationLab's NightStand Apple Watch dock.