EU opens antitrust cases against Apple
The EU's powerful antitrust authority opened a series of cases against Apple on Tuesday, including one brought by Spotify alleging the iPhone maker makes unfair use of its app store.
Apple boosts revenues, profits dip in pandemic-hit quarter
Apple on Thursday reported profit slipped as it boosted revenue from services and wearables in a pandemic-cobbled start to the year for the iPhone maker.
Apple Identifies Flaw That Might Allow Hackers Access Information
Apple is planning to fix a flaw that a security firm said may have left more than half a billion iPhones vulnerable to hackers in a report by The Mirror. The bug, which also exists on iPads, was discovered by ZecOps, a San Francisco-based mobile security forensics company, while it was investigating a sophisticated cyberattack…
What To Know About The Recently Announced iPhone SE
Apple recently announced the new iPhone SE and it has been generating a lot of buzz because of its good value. The second-generation iPhone SE was announced at $399 and boasts of the iPhone 8’s body, the iPhone 11’s processor, and the iPhone XR’s camera system with a few new capabilities. The new iPhone SE isn't…
New iPhone may be coming as locked-down consumers seek bargains
Is now the time to launch a new iPhone?
Apple And Google To Develop Applications For Coronavirus Infection Tracking
Apple and Google are joining forces in a bid to develop technology where smartphones can warn users that they may potentially be exposed to coronavirus. The rival companies are opening up their mobile operating systems so both iPhone and Android devices can run contact tracing apps. This will work by using a mobile's Bluetooth signals…
France slaps Apple with record 1.1 bn euro fine
France's competition authority slapped a record 1.1 billion euro ($1.2 billion) fine on US tech giant Apple on Monday for anti-competitive behaviour towards its independent retail distributors.
Apple closing all stores outside China until March 27 due to virus
Apple is closing all of its stores outside China until March 27 in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, CEO Tim Cook said.