Los Angeles-based Appetize today announced that its Apple Pay-read point of sale system is being used throughout seven Major League Baseball parks. Apple fans at Angel Stadium in Anaheim, CA; Coors Field in Denver, CO; Dodgers Stadium in Los Angeles, CA; Fenway Park in Boston, MA; Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, MO; and Citi Field and Yankee Stadium in New York City can all use their iPhones, Touch ID-equipped iPads, and Apple Watches to pay both at concession terminals and in the seats when paying waitstaff equipped with iPad minis.Read More
I grew up listening to radio more than any other means of entertainment including television, so I developed a deep interest in radio. The iPhone lets me continue that interest with a greatly expanded world of listening possibilities.
One app I use daily for many hours is TuneIn Radio. TuneIn offers all the content I listed above, and more. You can use a free ad-supported version of the TuneIn app or an ad-free version by making a one-time in-app purchase of US$3.99.Read More
For many years, my wife and I have been members of SABR, the Society for American Baseball Research. The group is full of what we fondly call "baseball nerds," those people who can rattle off stats for teams or players, or who have a deep interest in the history of the game. Well, Siri has received an update for the start of the 2016 baseball season and it now has a very impressive grounding in baseball stats for the past and present.Read More
Take me out to the ballgame! Apple has signed a multiyear partnership deal with the Major League Baseball to supply each MLB team with 12.9-inch iPad Pro tablets and a custom app built by MLB's Advanced Media division and the Cupertino, California based company, according to The Wall Street Journal.Read More