This ain’t no Apple Health dashboard. StepsApp provides a more beautiful way to view your step count activity for the last week. The iPhone, Apple Watch, and HealthKit have been an amazing combination over the last year or so, helping me shed nearly 40 pounds by counting calories and encouraging frequent activity. But the built-in ...continue reading StepsApp review: A gorgeous way to visualize Apple Health data

Apple today released the seventh beta of macOS Sierra, the newest operating system designed for the Mac, to developers and public beta testers. macOS Sierra beta 7 comes one week after the release of the sixth beta and two months after the software was first unveiled at Apple's 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference. Developers and public ...continue reading Apple Seeds Seventh Beta of macOS Sierra to Developers and Public Beta Testers

Nike today updated its popular "Nike+ Running" iOS app with a new name, "Nike+ Run Club," as well as introducing various user interface changes and features (via Fast Company). The big new addition centers around "coaching plans" that let users choose a workout and running plan, which then dynamically adapt to the specific progress made ...continue reading Nike Rebrands Running App to 'Nike+ Run Club' With Personalized Workouts

An Apple a Day is a weekly roundup of the biggest Apple news this week. To see last week’s roundup, click here. While nothing major came out of Cupertino this week, speculation continues to run rampant over what hardware Apple aapl will eventually announce, and when. All signs are pointing to an early September unveiling ...continue reading An Apple a Day: Waiting On the Big Announcements – Fortune

The latest generation of the Apple TV has a lot to offer that its predecessors don't. It's a casual gaming device, has useful apps like weather or news services and even comes with Siri baked in to help you find what you're looking for faster than thumbing through countless menus with the remote. And unlike ...continue reading 20 Apple TV tips and tricks – CNET

An Apple a Day is a weekly roundup of the biggest Apple news this week. To see last week’s roundup, click here. While nothing major came out of Cupertino this week, speculation continues to run rampant over what hardware Apple aapl will eventually announce, and when. All signs are pointing to an early September unveiling ...continue reading An Apple a Day: Waiting On the Big Announcements – Fortune – Fortune

What's This? View of an Apple Store -- or should we say, Apple -- in Chengdu City, China. Image: associated press/Imaginechina By Patrick Kulp2016-08-20 09:12:00 UTC It's called Apple, not the Apple Store. The Cupertino company has decreed that its chain of retail stores will now only be referred to thusly in what seems to ...continue reading The Apple Store is now simply 'Apple,' company says – Mashable

Apple headlines for the week ending Aug. 22, 2016 The week started with new a beta of iOS 10, and it ended with a new beta of iOS 10. The official release of iOS 10 (and macOS Sierra, watchOS 3, and tvOS 10) is just weeks away, so there are bugs to work out and ...continue reading The Week in Apple News: Rumors, rumors, and more rumors about the iPad, iPhone, and Apple Watch, plus other news

Enlarge Image Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak spoke during a roundtable Wednesday in Singapore. In this 2012 shot he's talking at a forum in Sydney. Torsten Blackwood/AFP/GettyImages When Apple CEO Steve Jobs passed away in 2011, the concern was that no one would be able to succeed him. Apple's stocks dipped following his resignation, and his ...continue reading Woz on Tim Cook's first 5 years as Apple CEO – CNET

Apple is expected to release its next iPhone in September this year. US retailer Target said falling sales of Apple products were partly to blame for its double-digit dip in electronics revenues last quarter. The retailer this week reported a rough second quarter, singling out its electronics division for causing a "significant drag", equal to ...continue reading Apple sales slump: iPhone no longer driving sales as demand drops 20 percent says Target – ZDNet