Apple's Beats-branded earbuds, the $200 Beat Pro Fit, are officially launching in Canada, Japan and European countries at the end of January.
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”.
iPhone users in the United Kingdom and Canada can now see all their health records in one place, including medications, immunizations and lab results, Apple announced this morning.
Apple fans in Canada, Australia and Japan now have the option to pay for extended AppleCare+ warranty coverage for their iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch devices on a monthly basis, should they choose to do so, rather than pay upfront for the entire period with a discount.
Apple made an announcement this morning that it's expanding its iPhone repair services to "hundreds of new locations" across the United States, while also opening the Independent Repair Provider Program to independent repair shops across Europe and Canada.
Apple Canada announced Monday that its specialized data-collection vehicles will be starting surveying the country beginning this summer.
The Apple News service will come to Canada with the forthcoming iOS 12.2 and macOS Mojave 10.14.4 software updates. Apple News launched in the United States on September 16, 2015 in iOS 9 before expanding to Australia and the United Kingdom.
Apple's mapping service on iOS and macOS has rolled out several of its most important offerings to new markets, including turn-by-turn directions in India and speed limits in Canada, as well new locations for Flyover views and indoor maps.
As originally promised, Apple's Siri-driven HomePod wireless speaker today made its official debut in France and Germany for €349, and in Canada for 499 Canadian dollars.
Ahead of HomePod's scheduled launch in Canada three days from now, Apple's Siri-driven wireless speaker can already reads the news in the 37 million people country.
When it launched the live news and live sports sections in its TV app, Apple also promised to bring additional content providers on board, and today they've made good on that promise by switching on live sports and live news content for customers in Canada.
Thanks to yesterday's software updates, Siri on HomePod now understands French, German and Canadian English languages and dialects spoken in those countries, with additional support for Canadian French coming down the pike later this year.