Apple has updated its Apple Support app for iOS to version 1.1. The new version adds the ability to schedule repairs at participating Apple Authorized Service Providers.
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Apple CEO Tim Cook told CNBC’s Jim Cramer on Wednesday the company has created a $1 billion manufacturing fund intended to stimulate job growth in the United States.
Apple updated its website on Wednesday to reflect what it say are U.S. job creation numbers for the company in 2016.
Apple on Tuesday announced its financial results for the second quarter of fiscal 2017. The iPhone maker earned $52.9 billion in revenue.
Apple on Monday added the 2010 13-inch plastic shelled MacBook to its official list of vintage and obsolete products. Several 2009 MacBook Pro models were also added to the list.
The chairman of Apple’s main assembly partner, Foxconn, confirmed on Friday that some type of investment in the United States is planned.
Apple on Tuesday announced plans to launch dozens of new educational sessions next month in all 495 of its stores.
Apple on Tuesday updated its iWork suite of app for both the macOS and iOS platforms.
Apple has begun notifying Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC 2017) scholarship applicants of their award status for the conference scheduled for June.
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.