Apple will celebrate Force Friday II with free-to-attend Star Wars-themed sessions and workshops to be held at select Apple retail stores.
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Apple is now accepting donations via iTunes for the Red Cross relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Apple’s “App Development with Swift” curriculum will be offered in over 30 community college systems across the United States in the 2017-2018 school year.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 38, a new version of their experimental web browser, first released in March 2016.
Apple is warning customers still using older versions of Pro apps Final Cut Studio and Logic Studio about the apps’ incompatibilities with macOS High Sierra.
Chinese website GeekBar reports Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’ will be offered in three storage capacities, 64GB, 128GB, and 256GB.
A photo said to be of a 3D camera sensing module which will be used in the upcoming “iPhone 8” has been published by Slashleaks.
Digital board game “Tsuro: The Game of the Path” has been named Apple’s App Store free App of the Week.
Apple CEO Tim Cook sent a mass email on Wednesday to all Apple employees, discussing the events in Charlottesville last weekend.
Apple released the latest beta of its iOS 11 mobile operating system on Monday, and the new release brings some tweaks to some of the iPhone and iPad’s most used apps.
The colorful puzzle game, “Colorcube” has been named Apple’s free App of the Week. The highly rated puzzler is usually $0.99.
Recently released HomePod firmware suggests the upcoming “iPhone 8” will automatically mute notification sounds when a user is looking at the screen.
Apple’s share of the U.S. smartphone market rose in calendar Q2 2017, but that wasn’t good enough for first place, as Samsung took the top spot in overall sales.
Apple has added 438 new cable and satellite providers to its single sign-on streaming authentication list on iOS and Apple TV devices.
Apple has selected “Checkmate!” as their free App of the Week. The app allows users to play a game of chess over iMessages on their iOS device.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has responded to the criticism of the Cupertino firm’s removal of numerous VPN apps from the Chinese iOS App Store last weekend.