Apple’s Maps app on iOS and macOS has been updated to include satellite imagery of the new Apple Park campus.
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Two sets of white-hat hackers competing at the annual Pwn2own conference on Wednesday uncovered two zero-day vulnerabilities in Apple’s Safari browser.
A new Apple ad promotes the iPhone 7 and the iMessages stickers feature that debuted as part of iOS 10.
Game of Thrones stars Maisie Williams and Sophie Turner revealed over the weekend that they will be shooting an episode Apple’s upcoming ‘Carpool Karaoke’ series.
Apple’s Swift continues to rise in the ranks of the most popular programming languages. Swift is ranked 10th in the latest TIOBE Index, up four places from this time last year.
Popular point-and-click puzzle-filled adventure game is the App Store Free App of the Week until next Thursday.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 25 for the Mac, the latest update to their experimental web browser.
Apple says “many” of the iOS exploits revealed in the WikiLeaks CIA dump have already been addressed in the most recent version of iOS.
Apple has seeded the fifth beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4 to developers. The new beta comes just one week following the fourth beta release.
Apple will begin accepting WWDC 2017 scholarship submissions on March 27, as is laid out on their updated scholarship website.
Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs wasn’t too hot on the idea of a Genius Bar in his Apple retail stores. His initial reaction to the idea was: “That’s so idiotic! It’ll never work!”
Amazon is now offering an iPhone 6 32GB model to its customers in India.
Apple on Friday posted two new iPad Pro ads that are a part of their “Twitter” ad campaign.
Back in October, an iPhone exploit caused devices to repeatedly dial 911, resulting in a such a large volume of calls that one 911 center was in “immediate danger” of losing service.
Apple CEO Tim Cook was on hand Thursday at a Silicon Valley screening of Apple board member Al Gore’s new film, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.”
Apple’s struggle to stay relevant in the U.S. classroom continues, as usage of the iPad and the MacBook in the classroom hit a new low in 2016.