Apple today said that its Services business grew dramatically in 2019, but it offered little in the way of hard numbers.
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As part of its partnership in the Connected Home over IP alliance, Apple said that it would open-source some of HomeKit.
In a long-overdue move, Amazon, Apple, Google, and others are partnering on a standard for the smart home industry.
Apple and Amazon today announced the release of Apple Podcasts on Amazon Echo, meaning you can now listen to Apple Podcasts on your Alexa-enabled device.
Apple's latest iOS update introduced a new Screen Time feature for communication limits, but it includes some severe flaws.
Apple's expensive new Pro Display XDR monitor requires a special polishing cloth to clean the display, and it's only available from Apple.
Apple isn't done fixing iOS 13 -- the company just released iOS 13.3 with a number of new features and lots of bug fixes.
Apple's expensive new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR are now available for purchase, and can cost up to more than $50,000 for the top-end Mac Pro.
But Apple has declined to reveal when the incredibly expensive workstation-class products will ship to customers.
Just in time for the holidays, Apple is adding some fun new characters from Animoji and Memoji to Clips, along with some new stickers from Disney.
Apple is apparently planning to completely get rid of the charging port in the highest-end iPhone for 2021. The idea is pretty wild and definitely requires--as some Apple execs would say--a lot of courage.
Apple confirms it tracks location data on the iPhone 11 for its new spatial awareness feature, will offer option to disable in an upcoming iOS update.
Apple reveals the best apps and games of the year on the App Store. The company held a small event to showcase the top apps and games, but mainly the developers behind these products.
If you live in London you can now pay for your TFL journeys using your iPhone or Apple Watch without needing to verify using Face ID of Touch ID.
Apple's switch to mini-LED displays could start happening as early as Q3 2020, with the company introducing a new iPad Pro and MacBook Pro with min-LED panels.
A crazy new report claims Apple is looking into bundling the $159 AirPods for free with the 2020 iPhones, but don't get your hopes up.
Apple's $9.99 a month news subscription service, Apple News+, now offering a 3-month trial period for those in the US and Canada.
Intel says the company sold its smartphone modem business to Apple at a multi-billion dollar loss because of Qualcomm's anti-competitive tactics.
Jony Ive, the iconic Apple designer, has officially departed the company. Apple has quietly updated its executive leadership page to remove Ive as the Chief Design Officer from the company, marking the end to a remarkable era.
Apple is now making 2 million units of the AirPods Pro every month after demand surpassed its original expectations.
Apple is so proud of the iPhone 11 camera, it put a dedicated camera button on its latest $129 battery case for the iPhone 11.
Apple is looking to build the next-generation of Windows media apps for its services as the company pushes to get Apple TV+ on the Xbox.
Apple is rebranding its WWDC as Apple Developer, with new functionality and the ability to get a developer account from your phone.
Apple sends out press invite for a new December event to highlight the best apps and games of the year, no new products expected.
Apple is removing all 181 vaping-related apps from the App Store, citing health concerns, after the company stopped accepting new vaping-related apps since June.
Apple's Chief of Marketing claims Chromebooks don't offer the essential learning tools to engage kids, leading to poorer results. And it is not pretty.
Apple's expensive and powerful new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR are releasing in December, starting at $5,999 and $4,999 respectively.