Apple has released a new set of print ads in their ‘Shot on iPhone’ ad campaign to be displayed in 25 countries beginning today.
The latest Apple Campus 2 4K drone flyover video from Matthew Roberts shows a project that’s receiving its finishing touches before a scheduled opening later this year.
Apple has removed their Activation Lock Status checking tool from iCloud.
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Saturday told company employees the immigration executive order U.S. President Donald Trump signed Friday afternoon is “not a policy we support.”
As expected, Apple has officially been named as a founding member of the Partnership on AI research consortium.
Apple has announced that it will livestream its fiscal 2017 First Quarter financial results conference call on Tuesday, January 31, at 2:00 PM Pacific Time / 5:00 PM Eastern.
Apple has notified developers that its introductory $100 free App Store Search Ads credit has been extended until March 30.
Freelancing-centric website Upwork has named Apple’s Swift programming language as the second-fastest growing skill among freelancers in Q4 2016.
As promised, the official Apple Support app for iOS devices is now available in 22 countries and 13 languages.
Qualcomm held its quarterly conference call on Wednesday, and of course, Apple’s lawsuits against the firm was a popular point of discussion.
Release notes for watchOS 3.2 indicate that the much-rumored “Theater Mode” which was said to be on the way to the iPhone in iOS 10.3, is actually headed to the Apple Watch.
Apple on Tuesday released the first beta seed of their tvOS 10.2 update to developers.
Apple’s first beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4 offers a new Night Shift mode that automatically shifts the Mac’s display color to the warmer end of the color spectrum for evening computing.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the first beta of iOS 10.3 to developers. The new update includes a new “Find My AirPods” feature.
Five state legislatures have introduced bills that would give customers the “Right to Repair” their own electronics.
Qualcomm will continue to supply modems and other components to the Apple, despite a $1 billion lawsuit filed by the iPhone maker.