Qualcomm held its quarterly conference call on Wednesday, and of course, Apple’s lawsuits against the firm was a popular point of discussion.
Apple’s first beta of macOS Sierra 10.12.4 offers a new Night Shift mode that automatically shifts the Mac’s display color to the warmer end of the color spectrum for evening computing.
Five state legislatures have introduced bills that would give customers the “Right to Repair” their own electronics.
Qualcomm will continue to supply modems and other components to the Apple, despite a $1 billion lawsuit filed by the iPhone maker.
Earlier this month, Apple sought approval for a “wireless device” featuring the same NFC and Bluetooth connectivity as a device submitted for approval in September 2016.
Apple on Monday released an update for iTunes. The update – version 12.5.5 – is available for both macOS and Windows.
iPhone modem chipmaker Qualcomm has fired back at Apple’s claims in their $1 billion lawsuit, filed last Friday.
Apple on Monday released macOS Sierra 10.12.3, the third major update to the macOS Sierra operating system.
Apple has released the much-anticipated updates of watchOS 3.1.3 and tvOS 10.1.1 to the general public.
Apple on Monday released iOS 10.2.1 to the public. The new public release follows several weeks of testing by developers and public beta testers.
Foxconn is considering the possibility of a $7 billion joint investment with Apple to build an automated display production facility, Foxconn’s chairman said on Sunday.
CNBC on Friday reported that Apple is suing chip supplier Qualcomm for around $1 billion in patent royalties.
Apple has released updated UI Design Resources for iOS app design and development.
Apple on Thursday released updates for their professional video editing apps for the Mac, the first updates since October 2016.
New iPads may be on their way from Apple, but they might not hit shelves until the second half of 2017. A 2nd-generation Apple Pencil is also said to be on its way.
Apple and Amazon-owned Audible have ended an exclusive audio books deal that Germany’s Federal Cartel Office said harmed consumers.