Slow down, Apple: Perfect your iOS apps before moving to Android
Android fans might appreciate using Apple apps, but they don't need the same old Apple kinks.
Apple planned ahead for the inevitable hardware slump
The App Store, iTunes and Apple Pay will help soften the blow when iPhone sales begin to fall.
Streaming music was twice as big in 2015
The number of US music streams nearly doubled last year, at the expense of downloads.
A lot of people apparently got Fitbits for Christmas
The app shot up 20 spots to the top of the "free apps" list in the App Store.
Word-puzzler 'Scribblenauts Unlimited' returns to mobile
You can't summon Mario or Zelda like you could in the Nintendo versions, though.
Apple starts offering carrier billing for iTunes in Germany
Apple starts offering carrier billing for iTunes purchases, but only in Germany for now.
Netflix now lets iPhone and iPad users sign up via its app
You'll still pay the same $9.99 per month whether you buy a Netflix subscription via the web or the iOS app.
EPIX enables mobile downloads for offline movie watching
You know, just in case you didn't like using Google Movies or iTunes or any of the other myriad of streaming services currently available.
Apple services down for some, including Beats1, iTunes and App Store
Beats 1: always on, except when it's not.