In March, Apple agreed to pay $500 million to settle a class action lawsuit for iPhone throttling. And now it’s time to request your settlement payment.
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I’m a long-time fan of Jean-Louis Gassée, the former Apple exec and founder of Be, Inc. But his most recent missive needs to be addressed.
Apple today released the second developer betas for iOS 14, iPadOS 14, macOS 11, tvOS 14, and watchOS 7, paving the way for the public betas.
With no real hits in its game service collection, Apple is shifting its strategy for the Arcade service in an effort to retain subscribers.
Early Apple silicon benchmarks have leaked online as expected. And it’s really bad news for fans of Surface Pro X and Windows 10 on ARM.
A former Intel engineer is claiming that Apple began plotting its divorce from Intel when the chipmaker released its buggy Skylake chipset.
I’ve owned several MacBook Air laptops over the years, and I certainly understand the appeal of its iconic design.
Those hoping to see how Apple would respond to growing accusations of its App Store abuses were no doubt disappointed by the WWDC keynote.
Apple has announced that it will be switching to ARM CPUs for its upcoming hardware and here is how they hope to convince everyone else to follow them.
Apple has announced iOS 14 at WWDC and here's what the updated OS will include when it is released later this year.
Microsoft is just one of many companies complaining about Apple’s antitrust abuses, but this one is particularly interesting given the history.
In the wake of antitrust complaints, Apple this very week engaged in the same behavior that got it in trouble in the first place.
The European Commission has formally opened two separate antitrust investigations of Apple, for its App Store and electronic payment system.
As expected, Apple is now offering zero-interest financing of most of its hardware products to Apple Card holders.
Apple today said that WWDC20 will somehow be the biggest WWDC to date, despite being a virtual-only event.
According to a reliable report, Apple will begin reopening its Apple Park corporate campus on Monday, June 15.
In two weeks, Apple will host WWDC 2020, and while the rumors have been flying in recent days, I see two key areas of opportunity for the firm.
Apple has been working on its own ARM-based chips for Macs for years, and it could be getting ready to finally reveal its plans at WWDC later this year.
Apple will try to sidestep the economic impact of the pandemic by offering customers an easier way to buy its expensive products.
Ten years ago this week, I observed that the future of computing was in the cloud and that Google was outperforming Microsoft.
In a new complaint to EU antitrust regulators, Tile alleges that Apple changed iOS specifically to harm it and prop up its own tracker.
But most stores will offer curbside or storefront service only, with online order pick-up and Genius Bar appointments.
Spotify complains a lot about Apple’s closed ecosystem. But Sonos co-founder John MacFarlane says that Spotify is even worse.
Apple is introducing a new feature in macOS Catalina that will limit charging MacBook batteries to their full capacity in order to help increase the lifespan of the batteries.
New details about Apple's long-awaited premium over-ear headphones emerge, hinting at a customizable design that could allow users to swap out the earpads for different looks.
After a long wait, Apple is today revealing the next-generation of its most affordable iPhone. The company is today launching the new iPhone SE with the same processor that powers the iPhone 11.
Apple's new $299 Magic Keyboard for the iPad Pro is now available for purchase, and Apple is shipping it much earlier than expected.