News and Articles About Apple
Say hello to the Apple Watch and iPhone 6. Say goodbye to the products that have been retired.
Sure, the iPhone 6 just came out. But let's be honest. It's far from perfect.
Because, you know, cell reception is probably important.
Some customers have had problems with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus bending from being kept in pockets.
Will they or won't they? Apple's grand plan for Beats Music remains under wraps.
The company broke its own sales record from last year and had twice as many opening weekend sales than it did with the iPhone 5 in 2012.
Finally you can install a third-party keyboard onto your Apple mobile device. Here are the options that are available, and how to download them.
The hoards have begun gathering ahead of the iPhone 6 release tomorrow. Here's a look.
The line of people out front of Apple's flagship store was completely ridiculous.
See the life of Apple's innovative, brilliant founder in a picture timeline.
As Apple continues to investigate its own high-profile hack, CEO Tim Cook wrote an open letter to customers assuring their private data is safe.
Smartwatches aren't new, but Apple just may have the answers to the three important questions on user adoption of these devices.
The struggling tech maker expects to post an annual net loss that's nearly five times more than initially estimated.
The tech giant delivered the goods -- that is, exciting visuals without so many words -- when it unveiled its latest version of the popular smartphone.
If you're in the green space, you have to remember that people don't buy sustainability, they buy good products.
No big screens! Well, let's re-think that, shall we?
Didnt catch this weeks launch from Apple? Weve got the headlines and the implications.
While Apple has taken security precautions, experts warn there are ways hackers can still get your data.
It has been reported that Apple is looking to give social another shot by acquiring this startup.
It's something new, but don't put it in the same league with the iPod, iPhone or iPad.
Remember when everyone said Tim Cook would change Apple after Steve Jobs? He did. For the better.
Apple broke with tradition in the naming of its two latest products, Apple Watch and Apple Pay.
Priced at $349 and available in an array of different face and band options, Apples most personal product will arrive early next year.
The restaurant chain was quick to latch onto Apple's tech glitch, creating a clever Twitter post that went viral in minutes.
If you're an Apple fan, you won't want to miss a second.