Apple has begun notifying Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2017) scholarship applicants of their award status for the conference scheduled for June.
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Magical puzzle game, Cut the Rope: Magic has been named as Apple free App of the Week in the iOS App Store.
Apple will be dismantling and removing the iconic glass cube entrance of its flagship Fifth Avenue Store in New York City.
To recognize Earth Day 2017 on April 22, Apple has created a special “Earth Day Challenge” in its Activity app.
Apple on Tuesday made both the iOS and Mac versions of its popular iMovie, Numbers, Keynote, Pages, and GarageBand free of charge.
Rumor: ‘Server-Grade’ iMac Model to Offer Discrete GPU and Xeon E3 Processor – Second Half 2017 Launch
A DigiTimes report claims Apple’s new lineup of iMac models will include a high-end “server-grade” model to be launched near the end of the year.
Apple may be spending several billion dollars for a “substantial stake” in Toshiba’s memory chip business. The stake Apple is seeking is said to be over 20%.
Sales of Apple’s Mac lineup saw a 4.5% increase in shipments in the first quarter of 2017, flying in the face of a slumping overall PC market.
NYU grad student Dejian Zeng spent his summer break last year working in a Pegatron factory in China, assembling iPhone 6s and iPhone 7 handsets.
Apple’s iPhone continues to do well among U.S. teens, as a new Piper Jaffray survey shows 76% of teens now own an iPhone.
Apple has ceased signing iOS 10.2.1 and iOS 10.3, following the April 3 release of iOS 10.3.1.
A weekend report claims when Apple’s iconic Fifth Avenue store reopens it will include a special Beats 1 broadcasting booth, allowing at least some of their live shows to originate from the NYC flagship store.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 27 for the Mac, the latest update to their experimental web browser.
Apple will announce its fiscal results for the second fiscal quarter (calendar 1st quarter) of 2017 on Tuesday, May 2.
Apple has notified Imagination Technologies that it plans to stop using its graphics technology in its devices within two years. Shares in the British firm fell by nearly 70% on Monday.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has denied a request by the country’s big-three banks to collectively bargain with Apple to gain access to the iPhone’s NFC technology, used by Apple Pay.