Apple has agreed to pay up to $500 million to settle a class action lawsuit related to it silently slowing down older iPhones over time.
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Apple could be introduce a successor to the Powerbeats3 as the Powerbeats4 seems to have just passed the FCC.
Apple's iPad Pro could finally be a better alternative to a laptop as the company is apparently working on a new Smart Keyboard with a built-in trackpad, with better mouse support expected for iPadOS.
Apple CEO TIm Cook says the company is reopening factories in China as the country slowly gets coronavirus 'under control', with number of new cases slowing.
Apple has long been rumored to be working on its own ARM processors for a Mac device, and we could finally get an ARM-powered Mac in 2021.
A new Bloomberg report says that Apple is considering changing some policies in iOS to address recent antitrust concerns.
Apple's long-awaited item trackers might be finally on the way, with new report claiming that the product could be coming out in Q3 2020.
Apple makes a nice little change to Apple Music, now groups all the different versions of an album into a single item on artist pages.
Microsoft users often complain about advertising in Windows. But as a prominent Apple developer points out, iOS is even worse.
Apple continues to unify the iOS and Mac App Store: will now allow users to pay for an app once, and access it on all their devices.
Apple quietly rolled out an improved iCloud.com experience that introduces improved mobile support for users on both Android and iPhone.
A senior Netflix engineer just joined Apple's video streaming team with Apple doubling down on production of original content for Apple TV+.
Apple today announced a major new version of its iOS Maps app, but it’s available now only in the United States.
Google researchers found multiple security flaws in a privacy feature on Apple's Safari browser, which ironically left user's data exposed to hackers.
Apple had dropped plans to allow users to encrypt their iPhone backups on iCloud following complaints from the FBI.
Emboldened by the “techlash,” some smaller tech firms went public with the abuses they’ve suffered at the hands of Big Tech.
Apple today said that its Services business grew dramatically in 2019, but it offered little in the way of hard numbers.
As part of its partnership in the Connected Home over IP alliance, Apple said that it would open-source some of HomeKit.
In a long-overdue move, Amazon, Apple, Google, and others are partnering on a standard for the smart home industry.
Apple and Amazon today announced the release of Apple Podcasts on Amazon Echo, meaning you can now listen to Apple Podcasts on your Alexa-enabled device.
Apple's latest iOS update introduced a new Screen Time feature for communication limits, but it includes some severe flaws.
Apple's expensive new Pro Display XDR monitor requires a special polishing cloth to clean the display, and it's only available from Apple.
Apple isn't done fixing iOS 13 -- the company just released iOS 13.3 with a number of new features and lots of bug fixes.
Apple's expensive new Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR are now available for purchase, and can cost up to more than $50,000 for the top-end Mac Pro.
But Apple has declined to reveal when the incredibly expensive workstation-class products will ship to customers.
Just in time for the holidays, Apple is adding some fun new characters from Animoji and Memoji to Clips, along with some new stickers from Disney.
Apple is apparently planning to completely get rid of the charging port in the highest-end iPhone for 2021. The idea is pretty wild and definitely requires--as some Apple execs would say--a lot of courage.