Among the bevy of announcements at Apple’s Sept. 9 iPhone event, Apple Pay must be considered the most impactful. But Tim Cook and his entourage only got one thing wrong: Canada – not the U.S. – should have been where it launched. If that seems counterintuitive considering our nation’s reputation as...read more
Apple today announced that customers can start making payments with Apple Pay on Monday, October 20.read more
Apple today announced that OS X Yosemite is available as a free upgrade for Mac users from the Mac App Store.read more
Apple's new Retina iMac is the world's highest-resolution display on the market.read more
Tim Cook says Apple sold more iPhones in its first month than ever—and the difference, according to the CEO, is "a lot, not a little."read more
A couple of years ago, Canadian entrepreneur Eric Migicovsky successfully pivoted his company from a BlackBerry-based smartwatch company to one focused entirely on iOS and Android. He did so by raising more than $10 million from 66,000 backers on Kickstarter, smashing his goal of $100,000 and setting a crowdfunding record that wasn't broken for—in internet time, at least—ages.read more
Heeding demands by activist shareholder Carl Icahn, eBay is spinning off its PayPal division.read more
Supply of Apple's latest iPhone models continue to be constrained as Foxconn continues to be unable to produce enough of the white-hot product.read more
Apple today announced a record number of first day pre-orders of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, with over four million in the first 24 hours.
Demand for the new iPhones exceeded the initial pre-order supply; consequently many iPhone pre-orders are scheduled to be delivered in October.read more
Apple today announced what it calls the "biggest advancement in the history of iPhone" with the hotly anticipated unveiling of two new smartphone models, the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus.read more
Apple Pay has been introduced.
Apple Pay enables consumers to pay for goods with their iPhone using NFC and Touch ID. A credit card is securely and anonymously stored inside the phone—Apple doesn't know what you buy or how much you pay for it, and the cashier doesn't even learn your name.read more