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A firmware update for Apple’s wireless “AirPods” earbuds is reportedly being pushed to connected iPhones this morning.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, speaking during Apple’s fiscal first quarter 2017 earnings call, said the Apple Watch set all-time unit and revenue records for the quarter.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says the iPhone 7 Plus enjoyed a “higher portion of new product mix than we’ve ever seen with Plus models in the past.”
Prince’s catalog of songs is headed to Apple Music and other streaming services on February 12.
Apple is considering taking legal action against President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.
Apple reported its fiscal Q1 2017 earnings on Tuesday. The Company posted all-time record quarterly revenue of $78.4 billion and all-time record quarterly earnings per diluted share of $3.36.
Google announced on Tuesday that it is making the code for its Chrome browser for iOS open-source.
LEGO Life is a free-to-download app for iOS and Android that connects LEGO-loving kids via a child-safe community.
The Braven 705 Bluetooth Speaker offers 12 hours of playtime on a single charge, plus it stands up to water AND offers enough power to fill any room with music!
The beta of iOS 10.3 released to developers last week indicates Apple is planning to drop support for legacy 32-bit apps in a future version of iOS.
Super Mario Run now offers a new “easy mode,” which removes the timer and offers unlimited bubbles, allowing players to complete a level at their leisure.
Apple on Monday released the first beta of watchOS 3.2 for developer testing, and it includes a new Theater Mode for the Apple Watch.
Financial analysts are expecting the Cupertino firm to announce a return to revenue growth later today, following three straight quarters of falling sales.
Law students are being told to disable the Touch Bar on their new MacBook Pro laptop or leave them home entirely if they plan to use them during the 2017 Bar Examination in February.
Apple has stopped signing code for iOS 10.2. This means users can no longer downgrade to the older version of the operating system.