It's Memorial Day weekend, the time when we pay our respects to those who laid down their lives in defense of our country. This weekend also marks the unofficial beginning of summer in the U.S., with temperatures in many places beginning to get to the point that shorts, t-shirts and sandals are replacing the warmer gear. The staff here at AWT will be enjoying this three-day weekend with our friends and families, and hope that you'll do the same. We'll be back to a normal busy editorial calendar on Tuesday, May 30.Read More
Apple Orchard Road in Singapore opened Saturday to thousands of customers who queued to explore Apple’s first store in Southeast Asia. Customers were greeted by Angela Ahrendts, Apple’s senior vice president of Retail, and the store’s 237 employees when doors opened at 10 a.m. (local time).Read More
As we go into the Memorial Day weekend, enjoy these stories from around the world of Apple:
- Apple's developing a dedicated AI processor called the "Apple Neural Engine"
- Apple News gets an editor in chief, but can it get away from its liberal bias?
- An investigation into EgyptAir Flight 804's 2016 crash suggests that an iPhone 6s and iPhone mini 4 may have been plugged in incorrectly and caused a cockpit fire
- Tim Cook tweets out the latest New Yorker cover... that was drawn on an iPad
Mac experts all agree -- if you want to keep an eye on your Mac's performance, there's probably no single app that can do the job better than Drive Genius 5. We want you to get the benefit of this powerful utility app without paying full price, so our deal on this lovely spring Friday will get you a standard license for Drive Genius 5 for just $39 - 60% off of the regular $99 price tag.Read More
Occasionally an Apple patent filing pops up at that hints at an Apple NAS device/home server, something I’ve long wanted. Another one (number 20170149923) has appeared, this one for “remote access of media items.”Read More
Did you know that you can have Mail in macOS Sierra automatically selects the best email account for a new message based on who the email is addressed to and what mailbox you selected when our began composing your new email. Well, you can. Here's how:Read More
On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.Read More
A rather busy Thursday, with a number of timely Apple news stories for you:
- London Gatwick Airport installed about 2,000 Bluetooth beacons that will soon be providing precise indoor location information and AR directions around the airport
- Apple has made several small changes to its website recently, updating Events, adding a full Newsroom for PR, and publishing full profiles on the Leadership page
- Belkin revealed more of its plans to make WeMo home automation devices compatible with Apple HomeKit
- Readdle adds drag-and-drop to iOS with their Documents 6 app released today