In a blow to giant US tech firms, the European Union has reached a provisional agreement to dramatically alter its copyright rules.
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Apple brings back the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 to Germany after being forced to use Qualcomm chips.
Apple's video streaming service said to launch in April or early May as the company looks to get HBO, and others on the platform.
Appel is reportedly planning to launch its much-awaited news subscription service on March 25.
Apple is reportedly planning to launch a new iPad Mini in the first half of the year.
Apple releases three new ads featuring Ariana Grande, Khalid, and Florida Georgia Line to promote Apple Music.
Apple releases new iOS update to fix FaceTime bug that allowed users to listen to the recipient's phone before they even picked up the call.
Apple’s products and services tend to sell better in the home market than elsewhere in the world. But the HomePod is an exception.
There are four new Animoji in iOS. All of them are very cute.
Apple's latest iOS 12.2 beta brings support for AT&T's fake 5G E network.
Apple bans Google from distributing internal iOS apps after the company violates its ToCs.
Facebook's Research app that paid teens in exchange for their data gets its internal apps banned by Apple.
It occurred to me that there might be an interesting visual way to compare how Apple and Microsoft make money.
Apple took aggressive steps to counter Facebook privacy abuses on iOS. We should collectively cheer these actions. Right?
Apple is reportedly working on a system-wide dark mode for iOS 13, as well as a new home screen for the iPad.
Apple is reportedly working on laser-powered 3D cameras for the 2020 iPhones to enable improved AR.
Apple Music subscribers will be able to stream music from the service for free over American Airlines in-flight Wi-Fi.
Apple CEO Tim Cook said last night that his firm would tackle declining iPhone sales by doing the unthinkable.
This has inadvertently turned into a big week of iPhone news and commentary. But I think this is an important topic, so what the heck.
Apple's iPhone revenues dropped by an alarming 15 percent, much worse than the overall smartphone industry.
Apple outlines stricter rules for how iOS apps present subscription options to users.
Apple disables Group FaceTime as it looks to rollout software update to fix latest privacy bug.
A major FaceTime bug lets you listen to the person you are calling even before they pick the call up.
Report suggests Apple is working on a new game subscription service to expand its Services business.
An editorial about smartphone obsession is well-intended, but it gets the history of Steve Jobs and the iPhone all wrong.
Apple teases Hey Siri integration for next-gen AirPods with new iOS 12.2 beta.
Microsoft and Apple announce the release of Office 365 on the Mac App Store.