Today in Apple history: iPod drives profits to new heights

The iPod was kind of a big deal in 2005. Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac January 12, 2005: Apple reports record earnings for the preceding three months — with holiday sales of the iPod and demand for the latest iBook giving Apple a four-fold increase in ... ( read original story ...)

Apple TV App Size Limit Raised to 4 GB

Apple has made an interesting policy change on tvOS, where developers can now release binaries that are up to 4 GB in size. Before, developers had to release an app binary that was 200 MB max, and then download the rest of the app's content after the app ... ( read original story ...)

Apple iPad Air 2 9.7″ IPS Apple iOS Tablet

So capable, you won’t want to put it down. So thin and light, you won’t have to. With iPad, we’ve always had a somewhat paradoxical goal: to create a device that’s immensely powerful, yet so thin and light you almost forget it’s there. A device ... ( read original story ...)

Now, Apple TV to allow app-size limit up to 4GB

NEW YORK: Apple has announced a change in App Store policy increasing the tvOS apps size limit from 200MB to 4GB. "With the increased data size, developers can include more media in their submission and provide a complete, rich user experience upon ... ( read original story ...)

Apple increases Apple TV apps size from 200MB to 4GB

Apple has announced a change in App Store policy increasing the tvOS apps size limit from 200MB to 4GB. “With the increased data size, developers can include more media in their submission and provide a complete, rich user experience upon installation ... ( read original story ...)

Apple's next hot product? Original TV shows

Apple may finally be making good on rumors that it will make its own TV shows. A report from The Wall Street Journal claims that the company will produce its own scripted shows by the end of the year. The report says that the new shows will be made ... ( read original story ...)