Apple releases OS X 10.11 El Capitan with Safari 9, new Spotlight search, Split View, more — Apple on Wednesday released to the public the completed OS X 10.11 El Capitan, making a variety of enhancements to features like Safari and Spotlight, while simultaneously ramping up Mac performance. MacObserver tells you how to prepare, and there are articles about Mail, features that make it worth the upgrade, there’s an Everything You Need to Know, a Hands On with Safari and another for Spaces, Mission Control and Split View. Where is El Capitan? Launch the Mac App Store.
Tim Cook on Apple and Microsoft partnership: ‘It’s what customers want’ — At the BoxWorks conference, the Apple CEO explained why the former foes could gain more by collaborating than by competing.
Apple’s enterprise business made $25B in past 12 months, Tim Cook says — During an interview at the BoxWorks 2015 conference on Tuesday, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed enterprise sales generated $25 billion over the past 12 months, or roughly 14 percent of the company’s revenue for the trailing year.
Tim Cook says businesses need to step up where governments don’t — Since taking over from Steve Jobs as CEO, one of the things Tim Cook has brought to Apple is a greater push to address social problems. On Tuesday at the Boxworks conference in San Francisco, Cook said he wants other companies to do the same. [Because we all trust business people to do what’s best for everyone and not just for themselves, right? Coz I sure as hell don’t. And what’s the end result? Business running the world …]
Apple Music, iTunes Movies, iBooks now available in China — Apple Music, iTunes movies and iBooks are now available to customers in China. Launching with millions of songs in its catalog, Apple Music in China features music from artists including Eason Chan, Li Ronghao, JJ Lin and G.E.M., as well as a wide range of international artists including Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran and many more.
City of Westminster gives go-ahead to revamp ‘tired and outdated’ Regent Street Apple Store — Apple’s plans to renovate its Regent Street store in London have been given government approval, paving the way for the popular retail outlet’s facade and “tired and outdated” interior to be overhauled in a big way.