Apple gains permits to move employees into five sections of Apple Park's 'Spaceship'

Parts of Apple’s ‘spaceship’ building at the Apple Park campus are now usable by employees, after the iPhone producer received temporary occupancy permits from the City of Cupertino, and it is expected permits to use the rest of the massive structure will be granted later this quarter.
Source: macinsider

Apple's iOS App Store users spent $11.5 billion in Q4, 95% more than Google Play

Google’s Android store is pushing record numbers of app downloads to its users, with growth largely coming from developing countries. Android’s ecosystem remains far less profitable than Apple’s iOS App Store, however, which again grabbed the lion’s share of customer spend on mobile apps despite handling fewer than half as many downloads.
Source: macinsider

HomePod preorders begin via Apple, smart speaker arrives Feb. 9

Apple on Friday morning began accepting preorders for HomePod, the company’s entrance into the smart speaker space with audiophile-focused premium sound. The $349 accessory will ship to users in two weeks, on Feb. 9.
Source: macinsider

AppleInsider podcast interviews Matt Hines of iZotope, talks about HomePod, DJI drones

This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Victor and Neil talk about HomeKit, HomePod, and drones. In addition, Matt Hines of iZotope joins to talk about audio digital signal processing.
Source: macinsider

Apple's watchOS 4.3 revives ability to browse an iPhone's music library from Apple Watch

With Apple’s watchOS 4.3 beta, released to developers earlier on Thursday, users can once again peruse their iPhone’s music catalog from a connected Apple Watch, a feature curiously removed from watchOS last year.
Source: macinsider

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