Apple has made available to developers the fourth beta version of iOS 13, iPadOS 13, and tvOS 13.
We've been waiting for months, and now there could be only weeks to go, maybe even days. Apple Card is nearly with us, and if it's right for you, it's going to change everything.
Although Amazon Prime Day is in the rearview mirror, Apple deals are still going strong with savings of up to $2,500 off hardware, as well as up to 60% off top accessories. From the lowest prices ever on 2019 AirPods, to bonus in-cart savings on Apple's latest iPad Pros, these deals offer the same record breaking Prime Day savings for a limited time only.
Six years ago, an employee at Jabil, one of Apple's suppliers, stole thousands of iPhone 5c casings from a factory in China, prior to the product being announced. Since then, Apple has upped its efforts to reduce theft and leaks from the factory floors.
FaceApp has added new age-based filters to their app, bringing it back into the public eye and back on to users' phones. However, if you want to keep your photos as your own, you probably shouldn't use the app.
Apple will begin soon trial production of AirPods in Vietnam in an attempt to circumvent tariff fees imposed on Chinese-produced goods by Trump Administration.
Jack Dorsey, co-founder of both Twitter and Square, spoke to selected Apple marketing staff in a private session at Apple Park.
Quebec Superior Court has allowed a lawsuit against Apple on the grounds that batteries in the iPhone and other products are not durable for a reasonable length of time.
The iPhones launching in 2020 may feature a Time of Flight sensor, which helps determine distances between objects and the lens.
After a preview at CES 2019, Withings now has a release window for the BPM Core -- which is capable of taking an ECG and detecting AFib -- as well as an updated version of its popular classic Connect blood pressure monitor.
Long-time YouTuber Marques Brownlee has dummy models of all three 2019 iPhones, reportedly made to be sent to the manufacturers of protective cases.
The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday asked a federal appeals court to temporarily halt enforcement of an antitrust ruling against Qualcomm, citing the necessity of the company in 5G networking, and support from both the Energy Department and Defense Department.