Student ID support in Apple Wallet expands to Johns Hopkins University

With iOS 12 and watchOS 5 last year, Apple introduced support for student ID cards in the Wallet app. At launch, the feature was supported by three universities. Today, however, Apple has expanded the feature to its fifth school in the United States. more… The post Student ID support in Apple Wallet expands to Johns […]

Gallery: Striking new Apple store in Seattle’s University Village features indoor garden, terrazzo porch

This morning in Seattle, Apple welcomed customers to a striking new store in the heart of University Village, an upscale shopping center near the University of Washington. 9to5Mac reader Kim Ahlberg stopped by the store and snapped some photos of the new design elements on display. more… 9to5Mac

Tim Cook talks importance of diversity & inclusion during speech at Auburn University

Tim Cook today sat down for a speech at his alma mater, Auburn University, and talked on a variety of different topics. The details of the speech, entitled “A Conversation with Tim Cook: A Personal View of Inclusion and Diversity,” were shared by student-run newspaper The Plainsman… more… Filed under: Apple 9to5Mac

Tim Cook talks legacy of Steve Jobs, Apple Pencil, and immigration at University of Glasgow [Video]

Earlier today, we covered a few of Tim Cook’s comments from his fireside chat at the University of Glasgow, but now that a full video has emerged, there are a few other quotes worth noting. During the full chat, Cook discussed topics such as the Apple Pencil, immigration, and more. more… Filed under: Apple 9to5Mac

Apple’s First iOS Developer Academy to Open in October 2016 at University of Naples

Apple and the University of Naples Federico II have jointly announced that the first-ever iOS Developer Academy will open in October 2016 at the university’s new campus in San Giovanni a Teduccio, a coastal suburb east of Naples, Italy. The news was first reported by German website Macerkopf. The free academy will provide more than […]

ResearchKit did in 24 hours what would normally take 50 medical centers a year – Stanford University

Stanford University said that 11,000 iPhone owners signed up for a heart health study using Apple’s newly-announced ResearchKit in the first 24 hours–completely unprecedented numbers. “To get 10,000 people enrolled in a medical study normally, it would take a year and 50 medical centers around the country,” said Alan Yeung, medical director of Stanford Cardiovascular Health, speaking […]