In the wake of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s visit to Israel on Wednesday, The Wall Street Journal reports the company’s increasing interest in the country is connected to chip design and development.
China has reportedly removed Apple and a number of other U.S. tech firms from their approved state purchase lists, replacing them with local vendors.
Apple throws the spotlight on the upcoming romantic comedy “Focus,” starring Will Smith and Margot Robbie, providing a behind the scenes look at how Final Cut Pro X was used to produce the film.
Apple continues to gear up for the April launch of the Apple Watch, as it is featuring the device in a multi-page ad spread in the March Issue of Vogue.
Tonight’s episode of ABC’s comedy series Modern Family, entitled “Connection Lost” was filmed entirely on iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Here’s a behind the scene’s peek at how it was done.
The Arizona legislature passed a bill on Tuesday, extending renewable energy tax credits and exemptions to cover a 1.3-million-square-foot data center Apple plans to open in Mesa, AZ.
A Texas jury has ordered Apple to pay $532.9 million to patent licensing firm Smartflash LLC for using its patents without permission.
Apple will soon be making improvements to the way Genius Bar appointments are handled. The week of March 9th will see U.S. Apple Stores convert to a new program called “The New Concierge,” to replace the traditional walk-in Genius Bar appointments.
Apple CEO Tim Cook commemorated late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs’ 60th birthday via Twitter this morning. Jobs passed away in October 2011, following a lengthy battle with pancreatic cancer.
Apple and Samsung are rumored to have made a deal that would see Samsung supplying at least half of the dynamic random access memory (DRAM) used in the A9 processor for Apple’s next-generation iPhone.
Apple has reportedly acquired popular instrument and effect maker Camel Audio. Camel’s address has been updated to 100 New Bridge Street, which is Apple’s London address, while the company’s sole director is now listed as Apple’s lawyer, Heather Joy Morrison.
Apple seeded the second beta of iOS 8.3 to developers on Monday, fixing a bug found in the previous beta that could cause problems when connecting to a CarPlay-enabled vehicle infotainment console.
Apple will be dropping support for logging into the iTunes Store, the App Store, and iBooks via an AOL username and password as of March 31, 2015.
A report by The Korea Times, citing unnamed Samsung officials, says Apple is looking to hire Samsung employees with expertise in battery technology, as well as those involved in signal and visual processing management.
Although it was one of the first automakers to come on board with Apple’s CarPlay initiative, Japanese carmaker Toyota says it doesn’t have any plans to include the infotainment system in any of its vehicles for the foreseeable future.
Apple today announced plans to spend $2 billion to build two new state of the art data centers in Europe, both powered by 100 percent renewable energy.