Apple has announced that it will discontinue its Aperture app, but it has made updates to other professional desktop apps such as Final Cut Pro, Motion, Compressor, and MainStage on OS X.
Apple has improved Maps 3D Flyover by expanding coverage to Tokyo, Japan, and Zion National Park in Utah.
Apple launched CarPlay back in March 2014 to give users a smarter, safer and more fun way to use their iPhone while in their car. As of right now there are several automotive partners that are already on board.
A video showing an alleged iPhone 6 rear shell has been published by Japanese blog Mac Otakara. The alleged rear shell shown in the video is for the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.
Apple has announced the launch of their new 16GB iPod touch via press release. The new 16GB iPod touch is now available for $199 and comes in multiple colors that include pink, yellow, blue, silver and space gray. It features a 5-megapixel iSight rear camera and A5 chip, but the loop wrist strap is not included so you will have to buy that separately.
Facebook has launched Slighshot internationally. You can shoot photos or videos and sling it to friends, but they wont be able to see it until they sling something to you first.
A new research note from KGI suggests that the new iPhone 6 models size difference won’t be the only thing that will set these the two devices apart. The larger 5.5-inch model is expected to support optical image stabilization, while the smaller 4.7-inch model won’t due to constraints in the production of VCM suppliers.
The beta version of Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iCloud have been updated with features and improvements. The applications will now have the ability to remember the last document you opened and the settings that where used such as alignment guides and the zoom setting.
Apple may be launching the new iPhone 6 on Friday, September 19 according to a Chinese website called Tencent. German carrier Deutsche Telekom expects for Apple to launch the new iPhones on the same date.
Angela Ahrendts began her new job as Apples Senior Vice President of retail and online stores in May and has been well received by her coworkers and Apple customers as well. She was the former Buberry CEO with an impressive resume. She is described as “warm and genuine,” “honest,” and “passionate.” She seems to be fitting in quite well with the Apple culture.