Apple’s dedicated Support app for iOS, which launched last month in the Netherlands, is now available to users in the United States.
Apple on Tuesday released iTunes 12.5.4, an update for their media management app.
Apple Releases macOS Sierra 10.12.2 Update – Offers Fix for Graphics Issue & SIP Bug, Bring More Emoji, and More
Apple on Tuesday released macOS Sierra 10.12.2 to the general public. The update is a free update to all users running macOS Sierra on their Mac.
Apple has updated their Support website to warn consumers against the purchase and use of counterfeit and some third-party adapters, due to safety risks.
Apple has released watchOS 3.1.1, a new software update for all generations of the Apple Watch.
Apple has released the tvOS 10.1 update to the general public. Today’s release is the first major update to tvOS 10 since its release.
Apple has released the iOS 10.2 update to the general public. This is the second major update to the mobile operating system since it debuted in September.
Apple announced on Friday that it is on track to release Swift 3.1 in the spring of 2017. Swift 3.1 will be source compatible with Swift 3.0.
The wireless in-ear headphone business is proving a tough mistress for Apple, as a new report indicates their new BeatsX earphones will be significantly delayed.
Apple has taken steps to battle the recent increase in iCloud Calendar invite spam in the last month or so.
Apple’s delay in bringing their wireless AirPods earphones, originally slated to hit shelves in October, to market is said to be caused by its “efforts to chart a new path for wireless headphones.”
A trio of Danish judges have ruled Apple must replace a Danish man’s iPhone 4 with a new device, rather than a refurbished model, as per local law.
Apple on Thursday seeded the sixth macOS Sierra 10.12.2 beta to developers and public beta testers.
Apple’s new Single Sign-on feature has been available on iOS and tvOS for just one day, and it already offers support for 21 pay TV apps and 10 cable and satellite providers.
Apple is reported to be close to striking a deal with the National Hockey League that would put iPads and other Apple technologies in place on team benches and in other spots in arenas around the league.
If you’d like to try Nintendo’s highly-anticipated new game, Super Mario Run, but you don’t want to wait until December 15, visit your local Apple Store.