A report on Monday says Apple hardware engineer and former executive Bob Mansfield is returning to a prominent role in the company, taking the reins of the Cupertino firm’s “Project Titan” vehicle project.
Apple has confirmed that its fiscal 2016 third quarter results conference call, scheduled for Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 2:00PM PDT/5:00PM EDT, will be audio live streamed.
Apple on Friday revealed it is planning to open its first retail store on the island of Taiwan. The news comes via Apple Store employee job listings.
Minimalistic radial shooter Super Light Arc is free for the first time ever in the iOS App Store. Apple has selected the entertaining time waster as its free App of the Week.
A legal purchase via an Apple ID is said to have lead the Department of Homeland Security to the door of the man they say is the owner of KickAssTorrents.com (KAT), which is said to be the biggest pirate download website on the internet.
Apple has released two new “Shot on iPhone” videos. The ads focus on the device’s slow motion and time lapse photography abilities.
Iran’s new anti-smuggling initiative, set to kickoff later this week, could result in a ban on iPhones, unless Apple agrees to officially register to do business in the country.
Apple in Monday released iOS 9.3.3 to the public. The update is the third minor update Apple has made to the mobile operating system since iOS 9.3 launched in March of 2016.
Apple on Tuesday seeded the third betas of both watchOS 3 and tvOS 10 to developers for testing.
The Chinese-language Economic Daily News (EDN) reports that Taiwan-based chip maker Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) will be the exclusive supplier of A11 processors for Apple’s “iPhone 8.”
The U.S. Supreme Court has announced it will hear Samsung’s appeal of a patent lawsuit involving Apple on October 11.
Patent holding firm Somalis LLC filed a lawsuit on Tuesday against Apple, accusing it of infringing a 2010 patent that the company says covers the “fast charge” feature of the battery used in the iPhone 6s.
An open casting call has been announced for developers to star in Apple’s first original series, “Planet of the Apps.”
Apple is reportedly planning to open a local center for iOS device repair in Russia, in the wake of a lawsuit that charged Apple doesn’t provide sufficient support for its products in the country.
Apple is offering a hand up to China aid efforts, following mass flooding and rainfall in the region since June. The Cupertino firm has donated $1 million to relief efforts.
Apple will pay $25 million to settle a patent lawsuit covering patents related to technology used in Apple’s Cover Flow and Time Machine.