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The hearing takes place on July 27, US time, amid calls by some activists and politicians to break up the Silicon Valley giants
The daily's exit comes as news organizations around the world struggle with declining print readership and an online environment where ad revenue is dominated by Google and Facebook
A feature for those who've gotten tired of singing 'Happy Birthday'
Apple's new watchOS 7 allows the Apple Watch to track dancing accurately, along with 3 other workout types: core training, functional strength training, and cooldown
iOS 14 turns iPhones into digital car keys, offers new Translate app, and expands 'Find My' feature for third-party devices
The new 'Apple silicon' initiative ends a longstanding partnership with chipmaker Intel and enables the computers to run the same apps as those on iPhones
Here’s a round-up of what Apple may unveil at its annual developer conference
(UPDATED) The European Commission also launches an in-depth investigation into Apple Pay, due to concerns the payment system is shutting out rivals
Reports say Apple will announce the initiative, codenamed Kalamata, at its Worldwide Developer Conference on the week of June 22
The update, iOS 13.5.1 and iPadOS 13.5.1, addresses the vulnerability that would have allowed Apple's devices to be jailbroken
Because of Bhavuk's Jain's report, Apple is able to fix the sign-in bug quickly. Apple tells him they investigated their logs and found 'no misuse or account compromise due to this vulnerability.'
The new tool from Unc0ver is said to work across all iOS versions from 11 to 13.5
The two US firms say 22 countries have asked so far to use their platform, and they expect more to come on board in the coming weeks
The move, which leaves France relatively isolated in Europe alongside Britain and Norway, reflects differences on how such apps should be structured, who has access to sensitive data, and their effectiveness
The app using the new Apple-Google API must also be made by and for the use of the country's government public health authority
Using constantly changing tracing keys and long, random numbers to track contact between phones, Apple and Google hope to keep users of the system from being personally identifiable
CEO Tim Cook says that Apple feels its supply chain rebounded well from the pandemic disruption and that it isn't planning any dramatic shift from relying on partners in China
The vulnerability has been observed from 2012's iOS 6 to the current latest iOS 13.4.1, according to US-based cybersecurity firm ZecOps. But older versions may also be vulnerable
The tool visualizes the movement of people based on the number of requests made for directions on Apple Maps since January 13
The phone will come with the A13 Bionic chip, the same one found in the iPhone 11 series. Proceeds from the PRODUCT(RED) variant will go to a COVID-19 relief fund.
Apple is widely believed to be getting ready to release a reduced-price handset
'Privacy, transparency, and consent' are top priorities in the joint initiative, say Apple and Google
The tech giant had already sourced 20 million surgical masks from around the world to help address a global shortage, chief executive Tim Cook says in a video posted to Twitter on Sunday, April 5
It's been speculated an iPhone SE announcement is coming sooner rather than later
The Nikkei Asian Review, citing sources familiar with the discussions, says a launch delay of a few months for the 5G iPhone is possible
France's competition authority says it found Apple acted to prevent independent retailers in France from competing on price and abused its economic power over them
Apple's stores gradually reopen over the past few days, and a spokeswoman for the company told AFP the remaining few would throw their doors open Friday, March 13
People in the US who owned iPhone 7 models or older will get $25 for each handset, with the amount rising or falling depending on how many people file claims and costs of getting word to them
Hong Kong police say they also arrested and charged along with Lai, veteran pro-democracy activists Lee Cheuk Yan and Yeung Sum
Ndemic Creations, the app's maker, says it is unclear if the decision is linked to the deadly new coronavirus outbreak, which began in central China in December
'We do not expect to meet the revenue guidance we provided for the March quarter,' Apple says
The bombshell announcement by the US Federal Trade Commission opens the door to fresh scrutiny of deals made by Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft and Google parent Alphabet since 2010
Apple's online store remains open, and the company says it would closely monitor the situation
In its revamped map app, Apple stresses the work it has done to protect user privacy, such as obscuring search terms, routing, and other data
Apple is ordered to pay $837 million and Broadcom must pay $270 million to the California Institute of Technology, in what is thought to be one of the largest patent verdicts ever
The results come with Apple seeking to shift its revenue mix amid a slumping smartphone market and growing competition, relying more on services like music, video streaming, and digital content
Apple and the US government are at loggerheads for the second time in 4 years over unlocking iPhones connected to a mass shooting, reviving debate over law enforcement access to encrypted devices
Tim Cook's 2019 incentive bonus, which is tied to Apple's performance, tallies at about $7.7 million compared with $12 million in 2018
The world's biggest consumer tech conference is just around the corner. Here's a preview.
The case is lodged on December 15 in the name of 14 unidentified victims, who are members of the families of children killed in tunnel collapses, as well as children maimed as they worked
The legislation, which will take effect in July 2020, is aimed at promoting Russian-made software. But it has been dubbed the 'anti-Apple' law because it would force the US tech giant to pre-install non-Apple software on its products.
'We are going to study more carefully the question of designating disputed borders in our services,' Apple says
'@Apple, please, please, stick to high-tech and entertainment. Global politics is not your strong side,' Ukrainian Foreign Minister Vadym Prystaiko says on Twitter
Apple says it agrees with the assessment of US health experts who called the spread of e-cigarette and vaping products 'a public health crisis and a youth epidemic'
Facebook, YouTube, and Snapchat are investing in original programs to stream in their platforms
'Dickinson' takes a look at the life of 19th century poet Emily Dickinson, played by 22-year-old actress Hailee Steinfeld
Apple's latest iPhones have arrived. We unbox them here!
Apple seeks to attract viewers from a massive worldwide customer base of approximately 1.4 billion active iOS device users