Leaks relating to the iPhone 8 have become almost commonplace over the past few weeks, and the latest comes apparently via a Foxconn leak.
As we noted earlier today, Apple has discontinued its iPod nano and iPod shuffle.
Apple Music executives are no strangers to public interviews and now,
As we inch closer to iPhone season later this year,
Apple today has been ordered by a U.S. judge to pay $507 million in damages to the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s patent licensing arm for patent infringement.
While a handful of reports and analysts have indicated the iPhone 8 won’t launch as scheduled this year due to production difficulties,
Last week we reported that Apple’s spending on lobbying has risen to record highs since Trump took office.
Version 60 of Google Chrome is rolling out now to macOS with the long awaited Touch Bar support.
Predictions for a ‘strong second-half’ for Quanta computer support expectations of an Apple Watch Series 3 being launched in September.
A security researcher has discovered a piece of Mac malware that allows an attacker to activate the webcam to take photos, take screenshots and capture keystrokes.
Apple has released the third iOS 11 public beta for iPhone and iPad.
Apple has been forced to swap old MacBook Pros in need of repair with new models due to severe component shortages.
While the rumored iPhone 8 is expected to introduce a new edge-to-edge display,
Some rival smartphone manufacturers are waiting to see what features are introduced in the iPhone 8 before finalizing their own plans, according to chip suppliers.
This year’s Back to School deal,
Apple’s decision to design its own GPUs for iOS devices rather than license designs from Imagination Tech may have unexpected consequences.
Apple developing its own OLED technology to reduce dependence on Samsung supply, according to report
At this point, it is well known that the iPhone 8 (or iPhone Pro, or whatever it’s called) will feature a new (5.8-inch) OLED screen.
Apple has released iOS 11 developer beta 4 for developers on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
After launching Clips for iOS back in early April,