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2015

Apple Watch, HealthKit star in Louisiana hypertension treatment program

Wednesday May 06, 2015

Patients at one Louisiana healthcare provider are combining two of Apple's newest technologies, HealthKit and the pulse-sensing Apple Watch, to enhance monitoring and treatment of hypertension.

Apple VoiceOver accessibility receives award from American Foundation for the Blind

Wednesday May 06, 2015

The American Foundation for the Blind announced Apple among its four honorees to receive a Helen Keller Achievement Award later this June, recognizing the company's contribution to accessibility with VoiceOver.

In-store Apple Watch pickup 'available soon,' Apple Store iOS app says

Wednesday May 06, 2015

Apple is on the verge of offering in-store pickup for people buying the Apple Watch, although no exact timeframe is being quoted, checks of the Apple Store iOS app revealed on Wednesday.

Apple challenges Google with growing Web search program, fueled by Topsy acquisition

Wednesday May 06, 2015

Apple's rapidly-expanding internal search group --aimed at making Spotlight a legitimate Web search engine --is being led by the team acquired in 2013 with social search firm Topsy, AppleInsider has learned.

iPhone marketshare surges for Apple in Europe, China during March quarter

Wednesday May 06, 2015

Adoption of the iPhone was up globally during the March quarter, and in Europe was particularly influenced by people switching from Android devices, according to new smartphone market data published on Wednesday by Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.

Former Apple retail head Ron Johnson launches Enjoy, a sales and setup service

Wednesday May 06, 2015

Former JC Penney CEO and one-time Apple retail head Ron Johnson on Wednesday launched a new company, Enjoy Technology, that will not only sell products like smartphones, drones, notebooks, and tablets, but also offer free personal delivery and setup for orders.

Killer Deals: Save between $200-$350 on 2015 13" & 15" MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs with AppleCare

Wednesday May 06, 2015

AppleInsider this week is proud to offer the lowest prices anywhere on Apple's entire MacBook lineup with AppleCare protection. Separately, today also marks the last call for readers looking to take advantage of a week-long Apple Accessories super sale delivering the lowest prices on everything from SuperDrives and Keyboards to MacBook Power Adapters and AirPort base stations.

Pixelmator coming to iPhone as universal app, iPad version on sale for 50% off

Wednesday May 06, 2015

Popular photo editing app Pixelmator, already available on Mac and iPad, will also be coming to Apple's iPhone in the near future, the company announced on Wednesday.

Apple gearing up for sale of seven-part bond to fund share buybacks and dividends

Wednesday May 06, 2015

Apple on Wednesday notified the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that it is planning yet another bond sale, accruing debt to fund its ongoing quarterly dividend payments and share repurchase program.

Apple details new 'AppleBot' web crawler used by Siri and Spotlight

Wednesday May 06, 2015

Apple has confirmed the existence of a long-rumored web crawling service -- first noticed last November --and provided some details of its operations in a recently-updated support document.

Apple's upcoming streaming music service reportedly under FTC investigation

Tuesday May 05, 2015

It looks like Apple's efforts to revamp Beats Music is drawing the wrong kind of attention from government antitrust officials, as the company's dealings with record labels and artists -- already said to be the subject of a Department of Justice investigation -- are now under scrutiny by the Federal Trade Commission, a report said on Tuesday.

Apple Pay lands 24 new bank and credit union partnerships

Tuesday May 05, 2015

In an update to its Apple Pay support webpage on Tuesday, Apple announced a new batch of 24 participating card issuers, with credit unions accounting for a large majority of additions.

Apple working on ResearchKit-based DNA testing, sources claim

Tuesday May 05, 2015

Apple is collaborating with researchers on new ResearchKit-based iPhone apps that will allow people to undergo DNA testing, in some cases for the first time, for scientific analysis and research, according to a Tuesday report.

OpenTV sues Apple over iTunes content streaming technology

Tuesday May 05, 2015

Interactive digital television firm OpenTV on Tuesday filed suit against Apple for alleged infringement of five patents relating to storing and delivering digital content to personal electronic devices.

Home Depot announces future Apple Pay support, will become largest partner retailer

Tuesday May 05, 2015

Home Depot on Tuesday officially announced upcoming support for Apple Pay, and with more than 2,000 stores will be the largest retail chain to sign on to Apple's branded NFC-based mobile payments initiative.

EU to probe market control of Facebook, Google, other tech firms

Tuesday May 05, 2015

The European Commission is beginning a probe into how major technology companies such as Amazon, Facebook, and Google exploit their market power, a move that could potentially lead to new regulations, a report said on Tuesday.

Apple's Beats Music relaunch might hurt Spotify more than others, data suggests

Tuesday May 05, 2015

Swedish music streamer Spotify has more to lose from Apple's anticipated Beats Music revamp than its competition, according to new usage data, as iOS accounts for a majority of Spotify's active users.

Mophie launches waterproof Juice Pack H2Pro battery case for Apple's iPhone 6

Tuesday May 05, 2015

Mophie on Tuesday revealed a new battery case, the Juice Pack H2Pro, which it said will not only extend the battery life of an iPhone 6 but make it waterproof to a depth of 1.2 meters (about 4 feet) for 30 minutes.

Beats Music rebranding may not be imminent, as Apple still doesn't have necessary licenses

Tuesday May 05, 2015

Despite rumors that Apple could rebrand and relaunch Beats Music as soon as next month's Worldwide Developers Conference, a new report suggests that's unlikely, as the company apparently does not have the licensing deals finalized for such a change.

Over a week after launch, Apple Watch still draws long line of buyers at Colette in Paris

Tuesday May 05, 2015

It's been over a week since retail sales of Apple Watch began at a select few boutique stores around the world. In Paris, the exclusive location for obtaining one is still managing a line of over 70 people waiting to buy.