Apple today released watchOS 2 for the Apple Watch.
Apple has publicly voiced opposition to the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act, (CISA), just days before the bill is scheduled to go up for vote in the Senate.
Apple has once more begun actively blocking outdated versions of the Flash Player plug-in for its Safari browser running on OS X.
Apple has reportedly acknowledged a problem with the anti-reflective coating on the screens of Retina MacBook and MacBook Pro models wearing off or delaminating, and has launched a quality control program to address the issues.
Apple has released a new iPhone 6s advertisement that focuses on the 3D Touch feature of the new device.
Apple on Thursday announced the launch of three new ResearchKit studies on autism, epilepsy and melanoma.
Apple on Wednesday seeded the fourth beta of OS X 10.11.1 El Capitan to developers and public beta testers. The release comes just one week following the release of the third beta seed.
Apple has posted a new support document, entitled “About Wi-Fi Assist.” The webpage attempts to clarify how the new Wi-Fi Assist feature works in iOS 9.
Apple Could Owe as Much as $862.4 Million to University of Wisconsin for Processor Patent Infringement
Apple could be liable for up to $862 million in damages, after a Madison, Wisconsin jury found the iOS device maker used technology owned by the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s licensing arm in its A7, A8, and A8X processors, without permission.
Apple has posted a new “iMac – Then and Now” page on its website, comparing the original “gumdrop” iMac to the brand-new iMacs that debuted earlier today.
Apple could be free of the e-books antitrust monitor that has been monitoring their business dealing for the last two years. The U.S Department of Justice has recommended against extending monitor Michael Bromwich’s term.
While a New York federal judge has indicated he will likely refuse a government request to require Apple to unlock a customer’s iPhone, he says he will first ask Apple why decrypting iPhones would be “unduly burdensome.”
Tesla CEO Elon Musk sat down with German newspaper Handelsblatt (via Business Insider), and shared his thoughts on Apple’s much-rumored vehicle, as well as what he thought of Apple’s hiring of former Tesla engineers.
Apple on Thursday began selling factory unlocked SIM-free iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus handsets, with no carrier contracts required.
Apple on Thursday issued a statement saying the difference in battery life in the A9 chips supplied by TSMC and Samsung for use in the iPhone 6s is a mere 2-3%.
The latest report from analytics firm comScore shows Apple is continuing to gain marketshare in the U.S. smartphone market. In the three-month period ending in August, the iPhone maker continues to pull away from second place Samsung.