Earlier today, Apple announced the results for its third fiscal quarter. It was another dominant stretch of three months for the company, and, of course, its Services division. As has become the norm for these results, it's the Services division that continues to break records.
After weeks of beta testing, the day has finally arrived. The next update for iOS and iPadOS is now available to the public. Now, it's not quite the big update we're all waiting for -- iOS 15 doesn't arrive until this fall -- but it's certainly a noteworthy uptick in version number, at least.
Routine maintenance can make some sites, and services, unavailable for a set period of time. The same can be said for an outage. Unfortunately, it's the latter situation currently impacting Apple Card owners.
With today's release of iOS 14.6 (and other software updates), Apple has welcomed one of the newest features for its credit card, the Apple Card. Apple Card for the family is now here.
Apple is going to release iOS 14.6 and iPadOS 14.6 to the public very soon. Ahead of that, though, the final release candidate has been seeded to developers.
Apple announced the new family-focused features for Apple Card members at its "Spring Loaded" event in April 2021. Today, the Cupertino technology giant has shared additional information regarding Apple Card Family ahead of its probable launch later this month.
Stop us if you've heard this one: Apple's Services division had another ridiculously strong quarter. Well, sure enough, Apple's confirmed as much today with the company's latest quarterly earnings report.
It was rumored not too long ago, but Apple made it officially official today during its Spring Loaded event. Today, the Apple Card introduces family features to the mix.
Back in 2019, there was a loud clamoring that Apple Card, supplied by Goldman Sachs, had some bias in its approval process. Specifically, that the approval process was sexist, leaning in more favorable terms to males than females. However, the latest investigation reveals that isn't the case.
Things got a little interesting yesterday regarding the Apple Card. A customer of Apple's credit card raised concerns over a missed payment and, potentially, having their Apple ID essentially locked down as a result. But, it turns out that's not exactly the case.
Back at the beginning of February, Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 14.5 to developers. As is par for the course, new features were discovered soon after. That includes new multi-user account support for the Apple Card.
New evidence that Apple Card might launch in Canada one day: the country's government has officially approved the company's trademark filings for “Apple Cash” and “Apple Card”.