Apple’s WebKit team announced Speedometer 2.0, the update to the “benchmark for web app responsiveness.”
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Apple on Thursday updated its iOS Security white paper (PDF) for iOS 11 to include information about Face ID, Apple Cash, and other recently added features.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 47, a new version of their experimental web browser, first released in March 2016.
Apple on Wednesday confirmed that its iCloud services serving mainland China will be handled by a Chinese firm beginning next month.
FBI Director Wray Says His Agency Will Continue to Fight for Access to Encrypted Data on Devices Like the iPhone
FBI Director Christopher Wray has indicated that his agency is ready to wade back into the battle with Apple and other tech companies over access to encrypted data on devices involved in criminal and terrorist investigations.
Ad Firms Said to be Losing ‘Hundreds of Millions of Dollars’ After Apple Restricts User Tracking in Safari Browser
Online ad firms are said to be losing out on “hundreds of millions of dollars” due to Apple’s Intelligent Tracking Prevention (ITP), which it included in Safari last year.
iPhone users hoping to make a double-tap on Apple’s $29 iPhone battery replacement program are in for a bit of disappointment.
Apple on Monday released macOS 10.13.2 and iOS 11.2.2. Both updates are free, and address the recently announced hardware-based “Spectre” security vulnerability.
Shareholders Issue Open Letter Urging Apple to Study Impact of iPhone Addiction on Children (UPDATED)
Two major Apple shareholders have issued an open letter urging the iOS device maker to study the impact of heavy usage of devices like the iPhone by teenagers and children.
One could argue that iPhone X is as good of a computer device as any iPad, or even as good as the base-line MacBook Pro. Benchmarks released late last year support that the A11 Bionic chip inside Apple’s latest flagship…
Apple App Store shoppers spent a total of nearly $1.2 billion in the store over the holiday season.
Apple confirmed on Thursday that the recently uncovered “Meltdown” security flaw does affect Macs, as well as iOS and Apple TV devices.
A developer says the serious security flaw found in Intel processors has been at least partially addressed by Apple in a recent update to macOS
A recently discovered silicon-level security flaw in Intel CPU designs will require an update to macOS kernels and other software components, which could result in performance hits of up to 30%.
We’ll Get Our First Look at iPhone X Sales When Apple Announces Fiscal Q1 2018 Earnings on February 1
Apple has announced it will share earnings results for the fiscal first quarter of 2018 on Thursday, February 1.
Might Apple use some of that $252 billion in offshore cash it could bring home under President Trump’s new corporate tax laws to buy Netflix?