Apple Pay will launch in Austria in the „coming months,“ according to well-known Austrian newspaper Der Standard. The report cites two unnamed sources and says Bank Austria could be one of the participating issuers.
Apple Pay first debuted in the United States in October 2014, and its availability has since expanded to over 20 countries and territories around the world, most recently including Norway, Poland, and the Ukraine: United States United Kingdom Australia Canada Singapore Switzerland Hong Kong France Russia China Japan New Zealand Spain Taiwan Ireland Guernsey Isle of Man Jersey Italy San Marino Vatican City [...]
As we’ve followed DirecTV Now’s ongoing offer to get an Apple TV 4K at no extra cost when paying for three months of the live streaming TV service for $105, it’s been somewhat unclear how long the deal would last. According to our affiliate, today’s the last day to take advantage of the deal, as the three month offer will expire later tonight.
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Afterwards, the deal will return back to prepaying for four months of DirecTV Now at $140 to get the Apple TV 4K at no cost, [...]
As part of an ongoing lawsuit over the „Touch Disease“ manufacturing issue affecting iPhone 6 and 6 Plus devices, Apple was required to provide the court with internal testing documents that suggest the company knew about iPhone 6 and 6 Plus design problems before the two devices launched.
The full scope of the internal documents remain under seal, but the judge presiding over the case, Lucy Koh, made some of the information public when she published an opinion on the case earlier this month, and Motherboard shared the details she offered up about the case.
Apple knew that the iPhone 6 was 3.3 times more likely to bend than the iPhone 5s, while the [...]
Subscription based music service and Apple Music competitor Tidal is months behind on its royalty payments to record labels according to a report from Norwegian news site Dagens Næringsliv that was translated by Music Business Worldwide.
Multiple sources have said that Tidal has not making timely payments to „three major international companies,“ claims confirmed by two Norway-based labels: Propellor Records and its distributor, Phonofile, a company owned by Sony.
Phonofile CEO Sveinung Rindal said that reports of delayed payments are correct, while Propeller Recordings CEO Frithjof Boye Hungnes said the company had not been paid since October. [...]