Apple’s former VP of Mac hardware engineering Doug Field has returned to the tech giant’s ranks after five years working at Tesla, where he oversaw production of the Model 3.
Daring Fireball writer John Gruber broke the news on Thursday after speaking to an Apple spokesperson who confirmed only that Field had returned to the company that he left in 2013.
However Gruber’s contacts within Apple informed him that Field will link up with former colleague Bob Mansfield to work on Apple’s self-driving car program, Project Titan.
Field began his career at Ford as a development engineer, before moving on to Segway and then to Apple, and [...]
Apple’s online store is down ahead of its education-themed „Let’s Take a Field Trip“ event at Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago today. The keynote, which won’t be live streamed, begins at 10:00 a.m. Central Time.
We’ve already outlined what to expect in detail, but as a refresher, the focus will likely be on a new entry-level iPad that may include Apple Pencil support. New educational software is also expected, potentially including updates to Apple’s existing Classroom app and the debut of its rumored ClassKit framework.
There has also been rumors about a lower-priced MacBook Air or MacBook, estimated to cost [...]
Apple is holding its first event of 2018 on Tuesday, March 27 at the Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago. According to invites sent out to members of the media last week, the event will focus on „creative new ideas for teachers and students.“
This is Apple’s first education-centric event since 2012, hence the unusual location. With most events, we tend to have concrete rumors on what to expect, but things are a little more up in the air with the educational event.
Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. Still, rumors have hinted at several products that could see a refresh at the event, and while some of them may [...]
Fans of the Colorado Rockies, Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, and New York Yankees are now able to use Apple Pay either for the first time or in many more places at each team’s respective stadium.
Los Angeles company Appetize today announced it has launched its modern point-of-sale solution at five Major League Baseball stadiums, including Angel Stadium in Anaheim, Comerica Park in Detroit, Coors Field in Denver, Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, and Yankee Stadium in New York City.
While some of the ballparks already accepted Apple Pay to a limited extent, Appetize’s technology extends Apple Pay widely to concession [...]