Apple CEO Tim Cook has hit back at several retailers who are blocking Apple Pay stating that there were plenty of other retailers in the world willing to sign-up.
Last Thursday, drug store chain Rite Aid reportedly stopped accepting payments made through the just launched Apple Pay system and now CVS Pharmacy has followed suit.
Sales from Apple’s iTunes Store have fallen significantly thus far in 2014, helping to push forward the company’s alleged plans to revamp the recently acquired Beats Music and make it part of the iTunes brand.
Owners of the popular Amazon Rewards Visa Card, which awards 3 percent back on all Amazon.com purchases, can now add their card to Passbook for the newly launched Apple Pay service.
Radio streaming service iHeartRadio has updated its official iOS app to include support for Apple’s CarPlay iOS vehicle integration feature.
Apple has submitted Apple Campus Phase 2 architectural and site refinement plans to the City of Cupertino, signalling its readiness to begin the second phase of construction on its spaceship campus as soon as first phase construction has been completed.
Sprint on Friday announced a new 12-month lease option for its “iPhone for Life” plan, which lets subscribers “rent” a new iPhone for a pre-set period instead of buying it.
On Monday, Apple Inc. will be publicly releasing their new service Apple Pay, a new payment method for which they have partnered with the likes of Radioshack and other retail businesses.