Apple’s long-anticipated M1X-based Macs should debut at a special event next week which the firm dubs “Unleashed.”
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With its eye on Apple’s appeal of a nearly-identical case, Google this week counter-sued Epic Games for bypassing its in-app payment system.
Apple appealed the ruling in the Apple v. Epic Games case in a bid to delay having to make positive changes for app developers.
The Netherlands antitrust authority has ruled that Apple’s in-app payment system requirements must be changed.
Japan's Fair Trade Commission announced that it is investigating Apple and Google for abusing their dominance in the smartphone market.
While reviews of the new 6th-generation iPad Mini have been generally positive, most point out an awkward “jelly scroll” effect.
You don’t hear a lot about iWork---Keynote, Pages, and Numbers---these days, but Apple just announced a major update to the suite.
Apple told a show business union that its Apple TV+ service has fewer than 20 million subscribers, much less than the competition.
Despite Apple’s complaints, the EU is ready to introduce legislation that will require device makers to use USB-C as a common charging solution.
This week’s Apple event was typical in that it was big on hyperbole, but it was also atypical in that there wasn’t much big news.
Well, it’s not a leap year. Instead, Apple has announced evolutionary updates to its iPhone, Watch, and iPad product lines.
Epic is appealing the verdict because it wants Apple branded as a monopolist, which would open it up to federal antitrust regulation.
Judge Yvonne Gonzalez-Rogers has handed Epic a major legal victory in its case against Apple and its illegal App Store policies.
Germany has asked the EU to require Apple, Samsung, and other phone makers to provide updates and replacement parts for seven years.
The dominos keep falling. Thanks to a JFTC ruling, Apple will now allow so-called “reader apps” to have in-app links to the developer’s websites.
Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah are bringing state IDs and driver’s licenses to Apple Wallet.
I appreciate many Apple and Google products and services, but their stance on mobile app store fees isn’t just wrong, it’s a lie.
South Korea has a new law that will require Apple and Google to offer third-party payment methods to developers.
Apple has settled a class-action lawsuit brought against it by app developers and will now let them communicate with their own customers.
South Korea may have found a solution to one aspect of Google’s and Apple’s respective app store monopolies, and it’s a great idea.
Every year, Apple promises a bonanza of new features across its platforms at WWDC. And almost every year, at least some of them are delayed.
The world’s largest company delivered commensurate results for the quarter ending June 30, with a net income of $21.7 billion on revenues of $81.4 billion.
With its employees in open revolt about Apple requiring them to return to the office, Apple has delayed the milestone by one month.
A new report claims that Apple and Intel will be the first to use TMSC’s upcoming 3-nanometer chipset production technology next year.
Apple announced today that its previously-announced Apple Podcasts Subscriptions offering is now available worldwide.
Lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives today introduced several bipartisan bills aimed at curbing and even reversing the power of Big Tech.
Yesterday, Apple enabled spatial and lossless audio in Apple Music across its own platforms, with Android support coming soon.