The European Commission will rule against Apple’s tax dealings with Ireland, and and will push for the recovery of over $1 billion Euros in back taxes.
Apple on Monday sent select members of the media invites to its September 7th shindig, where the Cupertino firm is expected to unveil its new “iPhone 7,” and “iPhone 7 Plus” flagship handsets.
Apple on Friday seeded iOS 10 Beta Eight to developers and iOS 10 Beta Eight to public beta testers for testing. But some users are having issues downloading the new update.
Apple has named its latest free App Store App of the Week, and this week, mind mapping app MindNode goes free for the next seven days.
Apple released iOS 9.3.5 on Thursday, and update designed to plug three serious security holes, which could give bad guys access to a user’s data, and even allow a device to be remotely jailbroken.
Wednesday saw Apple stop signing iOS 9.3.2 and iOS 9.3.3 on the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Today is the fifth anniversary of when late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs stepped down as chief executive officer of Apple. That same day, Tim Cook was named CEO of the Cupertino firm.
The theft of hacking tools and exploits reportedly stolen from the National Security Agency (NSA) has helped vindicate Apple’s position in its privacy dispute with the FBI earlier this year, say a number of privacy advocates.
Apple has added banners to its U.S. website, iTunes Store, and App Store to encourage customers to make a donation to the American Red Cross to help support relief efforts for those affected by the widespread flooding in southern Louisiana.
Apple is teaming up with other tech firms – including AT&T and Google – to work with the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to form a so-called “Robocall Strike Force” in order to crack down on automated phone call solicitations.
Apple’s Taiwanese component suppliers are reportedly pushing back against Apple’s demands for lower quotes for iPhone 7 components.
Apple has added a new batch of United States banks and credit union partners to the list of financial institutions offering Apple Pay support to their customers.
Apple continues its expansion of its carrier billing option for iTunes and App Store purchases, as it has added Japan to the short, but growing list of countries where the option is available.
Apple’s head of security engineering, Ivan Krstic, spoke at the Black Hat Conference earlier this month, and Krstic’s “Behind the Scenes of iOS Security” briefing is now available in full on YouTube.
Apple on Wednesday updated the world on its ongoing efforts to make its Chinese supply chain 100% environmentally friendly.
Apple has expanded a their carrier billing options to Taiwan and Switzerland. The option allows users to charge iTunes purchases directly to their monthly wireless service bill.