Apple has remembered iconic civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. today with a full-page spread on its website.
The latest East Texas patent troll lawsuit comes from a firm who claims Apple’s Messages app infringes on a 2002 patent for a point-of-sale system.
If you’re a Safari user, you may have noticed you can no longer stream the most recently uploaded 4K YouTube videos in their native resolution via your Mac’s default browser.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit on Thursday reopened a patent lawsuit which accuses Samsung of copying the design of the iPhone six years ago.
In an updated report, Consumer Reports has reversed course and after retesting the 2016 MacBook Pro now recommends Apple’s latest notebook lineup.
A U.S. Appeals Court today revived an antitrust lawsuit filed against Apple in 2012 for allegedly monopolizing the iPhone app market with their App Store.
Apple on Thursday seeded the fourth beta of their upcoming iOS 10.2.1 update to developers and public beta testers.
Apple on Thursday seeded the fourth beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.3 to developers.
A new report by The Wall Street Journal claims Apple is working to offer original scripted shows, possibly including movies, by the end of 2017.
Q4 2016 PC shipping estimates are in from both Gartner and IDC, and both show shipments of Apple’s Mac lineup of computers holding steady, despite a continued slowing of shipments in the overall PC market.
The first Apple Campus 2 4K drone flyover footage of 2017 shows a somewhat waterlogged project that is nearing completion.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 21, the latest update to their experimental web browser.
Apple has partnered with security firm Tresorit to offer developers creating apps with Apple’s CareKit platform access to better privacy options, including end-to-end encryption.
Blogger Sonny Dickson has shared another video of early prototypes of the original iPhone. This one compare two early prototypes of the iPhone side-by-side.
For the third straight year, environmental organization Greenpeace has named Apple as the most environmentally friendly technology company in the world.
Apple to Use Former GT Advanced Mesa, AZ Sapphire Plant to Manufacture Cabinets for its Data Centers
Apple is seeking approval to use the former GT Advanced sapphire plant located in Mesa, Arizona to produce “finished server assembly cabinets” for use in its U.S. data centers.