Apple could be compelled to add more diversity to its executive ranks, if an Apple investor’s resolution is voted through at an upcoming 2016 shareholders meeting.
Apple will begin hosting new in-store hands-on workshops next month that are designed to help iOS device users bring out their creative side.
Apple will pay a €318M ($347M) tax bill to the Italian government to settle an investigation by the Italian tax office.
$5M Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against Apple for iOS 9’s ‘Significantly Slowed’ Performance on iPhone 4s
A $5 million class action lawsuit filed on Tuesday claims Apple engaged in deceptive trade practices and false advertising over the iOS 9 upgrade.
While rumors of Apple switching from IPS LCD to OLED displays for its iPhones have been stewing in the rumor pot for years, a new report from Reuters adds a little more spice to the stew.
Apple, in court papers filed last Wednesday, says Samsung owes them nearly $180 million in supplemental damages and interest, stemming back to a 2012 jury verdict.
Apple devices accounted for just under 50% of all new mobile devices found under the tree on Christmas morning.
It appears Beats Radio listeners will indeed have to learn to count higher than one if they want to enjoy all of the Beats Radio stations Apple Music will have to offer.
Hyundai will offer CarPlay in its 2016 Sonata sometime in the first quarter of 2016, says a report today from the Detroit Free Press.
It’s Christmas Day, and we here at MacTrast are taking the day off to spend some time with our families and likely indulge in too much Christmas cheer. (It’s a family tradition don’t ya know!) To celebrate the day, we thought we’d share this video gem.
U.S. District Judge Lucy H. Koh has dismissed a lawsuit where the plaintiffs accused Apple of “interference” with their text messages.
If you’re the proud owner of a Mac made between early 2008 and late 2009, you’ll be glad to know it’s likely obsolete.
The UK’s Investigatory Powers Bill could force Apple to maintain a key that would allow unlocking of the data on smartphones, and apps such as iMessage and FaceTime. Apple on Monday spoke out against the bill, in a written submission to the UK house of Parliament.
The year-long patent royalties battle between Apple and Swedish networking firm Ericsson has come to an end with the announcement of a patent licensing agreement between the two firms.
A report on Sunday claims Apple is planning to offer accessibility products to disabled users via its online and physical Apple Stores.
A new report from Mac Otakara claims Apple is working to launch high-resolution audio streaming in 2016.