Apple’s annual Black Friday Shopping Event is now in progress in the United States.
Apple, Microsoft, and other companies have pulled the Skype app from their Chinese app stores due to pressure from the Chinese government.
Apple on Friday announced it is delaying the release of its HomePod Siri-powered smart speaker until early 2018.
Apple is said to be “leaning heavily” toward using Intel’s 5G modems in future versions of the iPhone.
Apple Releases iOS 11.1.2 – Update Includes Fix For Unresponsive iPhone X Display in Cold Temperatures
iOS 11.1.2 fixes an issue affecting the iPhone X, which saw the device become temporarily unresponsive to touch when exposed to cold.
Apple on Wednesday to include their annual holiday gift guide to aid users in purchasing Apple products to give as gifts during the holiday gift giving season.
Apple’s annual extended holiday return policy will kickoff on November 25 in the United States.
Apple has debuted a new “This Weekend Only” feature for the “Today” section of the recently updated iOS App Store. The company says it will be offering “new ways to save” with iOS apps.
A growing number of users are reporting the display of their new iPhone X handsets becomes unresponsive in cold weather.
Apple has announced it is expanding its Everyone Can Code initiative to over 20 colleges and colleges located outside the United States.
Apple says iOS 11 is now installed on 52% of iOS devices. Apple shared those stats on Tuesday on its App Store support page for developers.
Your 2010 Mac Pro, 4th Generation Time Capsule, and 5th Generation AirPort Extreme are Officially Obsolete
Apple users who own 4th generation Time Capsules, 5th generation AirPort Extremes and Mid 2010 Mac Pro are now using “obsolete” devices.
Apple has released a new iPhone X guided tour video, designed to help new iPhone X owners become familiar with their new device’s features, gestures, and other changes.
Apple on Wednesday released Safari Technology Preview 43, a new version of their experimental web browser, first released in March 2016.
Apple is designing iPhones and iPads that do not include Qualcomm baseband chips. Instead, the devices will use chips from Intel and MediaTek.
As might be expected, Apple is encouraging developers to optimize their apps for the new iPhone X handset and its features.