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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.
After examining the latest HomePod firmware, 9to5Mac discovered that it is now based on tvOS, and not iOS as before.
Apple is planning to launch four new iPhones later this year with a new design that brings back the flat edges of its older iPhones, as well as a new HomePod that costs less.
Apple and Google are partnering to build a brand-new contact tracing technology into both Android and iOS, in an effort to help reduce COVID-19 spread.
Faced with antitrust scrutiny, Apple has taken its first step back from its controversial 30 percent fee on in-app purchases.
Apple is extending its Customer Assistance Program for another month to help Apple Card customers skip their payments for the month of April.
Apple has officially acquired Dark Sky, one of the most popular and powerful Weather apps on iOS. The company will shut down its Android and web apps, as well as its official API.
A Bloomberg report says that Apple will be able to ship its 5G-capable iPhones on schedule this year. But future models face delays.
Apple is launching a new screening tool as a website and an iOS app for users in the United States to help users get the latest guidance from CDC on COVID-19.
Apple is reportedly planning to launch "several" ARM-powered Mac devices, including desktop computers that could pave the way for a new generation of Mac computers.
Apple closed 458 of its retail stores worldwide earlier this month, and it may start reopening some of those stores next month on a staggered basis.
Apple releases iPadOS 13.4 with support for mouse and trackpad, along with iOS 13.4 to add new Memoji, improved iCloud Drive support.
Apple is enabling Universal App Purchases on the App Store, allowing users to pay for an app once and access it on all Apple devices without having to pay again.
Apple is bringing the App Store to 20 new countries this year as the company requests developers to prepare their developer accounts to make their apps available in these new countries.
Two prominent sources of Apple leaks agree that the electronics giant plans to bring sensor-shift image stabilization to iPhone this year.
Apple just unveiled a major upgrade to the iPad Pro, and it includes some wild new changes, including a new processor, trackpad support, and more.
Apple upgrades the MacBook Air with the new Magic Keyboard, 2x performance and storage, as well as 6K external display support for the first time ever.
Apple is releasing iPadOS 13.4 on March 24 with full support for trackpad, works with its existing mice and supports third-party mice connected over Bluetooth or USB.
Apple is updating the Mac Mini with double the storage for the same price, but it still runs the old 8th-gen Intel processors.
Apple's new entry-level iPhone could come with a larger 5.5-inch variant as the company gets ready to introduce new entry-level iPhone line for those still with the iPhone 6 or 7.