Consumers are becoming more aware of personal privacy
The sensor is said to be ineffective when used on darker skin tones
Apple's next iPhone SE could be in jeopardy
Cooperation should ensure fair and accurate benchmarks across Safari, Chrome, and Firefox
Apple introduces Freeform collaboration app, Apple Music karaoke, enhanced end-to-end iCloud encryption, and more
Apple prepares to comply with Europe's Digital Markets Act, allowing third-party app stores and sideloading
Only a quarter of iPhones are sold directly by Apple in the US
The other iPads fared better
The Apple tax is likely to blame
We'll definitely see a USB-C iPhone in the next 24 months
Or as little as $0.29
In context: Would you pay $10,000 for an app? Probably not, but the option for developers to charge that amount is being added by Apple. Cupertino says the change is to give devs more flexibility in how they price their apps globally, though it was actually one of the conditions of a class-action suit that Apple settled last year.
Reports say the EV will have a steering wheel, pedals, and regular seats
DIYers in the UK and parts of Europe can make a mess of their broken iPhones and Macs
Latest version of iOS features crash detection optimizations
The business model is "problematic" and " is not sustainable"
State-of-the-art Sony image sensor is reportedly destined for the next iPhone
What just happened? Apple has announced the winners of its annual App Store Awards, highlighting more than a dozen apps and games that it says inspired users to expand their imaginations and engage with friends, family and loved ones more deeply this year.
Elon Musk says free speech-hating Apple has stopped advertising on Twitter, threatened to remove app from its store
The world's richest person versus the world's most valuable company
Ideas for a name: Twittphone, The Musker, Elon's angry device
The iPhone 14 launch has been far from smooth
Regulators increasingly investigate Apple's and Google's restrictions on developers