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.
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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.
Today, Apple introduced new features for coming versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, but didn’t reveal any new hardware devices as hoped.
Apple CEO Tim Cook emailed employees to inform them that they are expected to return to their offices for at least three days each week starting in September.
With news of the new capabilities leaking everywhere, Apple announced today that it is bringing lossless and spatial audio to Apple Music at no additional cost.
Amazon Music already offers a lossless streaming option, and Spotify said it will add one this year. But they’re about to get some new competition.
The European Commission has formally charged Apple with antitrust violations related to its mobile app store on the iPhone and iPad.
Apple reported record quarterly earnings last night, with a net income of $23.6 billion on revenues of $89.6 billion, a gain of 54 percent YOY.
It just keeps piling up, and now the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has joined the fight against the dominant mobile app stores.
The European Commission could charge Apple with sweeping antitrust violations as soon as this week, according to a new report.
After promising to invest $350 billion in the United States over five years, Apple today upped the investment by 20 percent, to $430 billion.
Fresh off the AirTag announcement, Tile general counsel Kirsten Daru testified against Apple this week at a federal antitrust hearing.
At a virtual event today, Apple announced new M1-based iMacs and iPad Pros, a new Apple TV 4K, the long-awaited AirTag, and more.
Parallels Desktop 16.5 is now available on the Mac, offering native M1 support. That said, you still can’t run normal Windows 10 in a VM.
I’ve often said that Apple’s ecosystem is a one-way, dead-end street, and now that theory has been proven true by the company’s own executives.
Apple announced today that it is expanding its “Find My” services to third parties, starting with Belkin, Chipolo, and VanMoof next week.
Apple announced today that it is expanding the available games in Apple Arcade by adding older App Store games to the subscription.
Apple announced today that WWDC21, the coming rendition of its annual developer conference, will be all-virtual for the second year in a row.
Epic Games today announced that it has filed a complaint to the UK Competition and Markets Authority in support of its investigation into Apple’s anticompetitive behavior.
Intel is finally stepping up its campaign against Apple Silicon with a new series of ads promoting PCs that star Justin Long of “I’m a Mac” fame.
With its smartphone business crippled by its place on the U.S. Entity List, Huawei this week said that it would require royalty payments for the 5G technologies it owns.
Apple announced that it has discontinued the original HomePod and will focus its smart speaker efforts on the smaller and less expensive HomePod Mini.
Epic Games has launched lawsuits against Apple and Google for their abusive mobile app store business practices in Australia.