Brazil’s Anatel has finally approved the Apple Watch, while also revealing the mysterious Watch demonstration bases.
Apple is reportedly developing a dual-app viewing mode, as well as 12-inch iPads codenamed ‘J98’ and ‘J99’.
The Transit directions service would allow iPhone users to navigate mass transit via the official Apple Maps application.
If you’re looking for new iOS games to play, Monument Valley and Alto’s Adventure are both on sale.
Canadian spy agencies have cracked into mobile app store servers with the aim of implementing spyware on mobile devices.
The CRTC is looking for 6,200 Canadians to test their home broadband Internet speeds.
The Globe and Mail has updated its iOS app with a brand new interface.
Beck Taxi has updated its iPhone app to allow for in-app payments via credit card and PayPal.
A new app has been launched by Skills Canada to assist students to help students build and identify skills for the workplace.
Did Apple accidentally leak the iPhone 6c on its own website?
Apple’s longtime assembly partner Foxconn will win up to 70% of iPhone 6s orders, says well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
Demand for Apple Watch is not down, but up 60% and rising, claims Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty.