Apple was in the headlines last week for quite diverse reasons, ranging from enterprise uptake of its devices to packaging improvements. V3 has put together a round-up of the most important stories from Apple to help you keep up to speed.
Citrix revealed that it has helped Irish airline Aer Lingus to swap the bulky flight manuals used by pilots for digital copies on Apple iPads to create a paperless cabin.
The paperless approach removes the need for the heavy flight manuals that pilots are often seen lugging through airports on their way to a plane, meaning that all they need is an iPad and their aviation licence.
Security researchers have warned that the lack of a kill switch on the Apple Watch makes the device an attractive proposition for criminals looking to steal and resell them.
Apple has expanded its renewable energy initiative, claiming that it will protect one million acres of the working forests used to provide materials for iPhone, iPad and MacBook packaging in China.
The initiative will see Apple partner with the World Wide Fund for Nature in a multi-year project designed to ensure that production processes have an overall net-zero impact on the world's supply of pulp, paper and wood products.
Apple iOS devices continue to dominate the enterprise mobility sector with 72 percent of the market, although Android devices are catching up, according to enterprise mobility firm Good Technology.
Apple has acquired US-based GPS software company Coherent Navigation in a move to boost its location and mapping services. Apple is expected to update the mapping tools in its iOS 9 overhaul, expected at WWDC later this year.
Geoengineering on the sea floor near glaciers would form a new ice shelf to prevent melting
Alterations in capillary blood flow can be caused by body position change
Curiosity rover is in 'normal mode' but not transmitting scientific data back to base
NatWest outage comes a day after Barclays' IT systems shut out customers and staff