Apple CEO Tim Cook says employees of the firm will not be asked to return to the office until at least October.
Among changes found in the upcoming iOS 15 operating software for mobile devices, Apple announced plans for updates to maps, weather and wallet apps as well as a new way of handling notifications on the iPhone, including ways to get summaries during the day and to focus on work or personal items.
Apple is bringing out the big gun as the company heads toward wrapping up its defense in an antitrust case brought by Epic Games.
Strong demand for Apple’s iPhone 12 and other hardware drove the tech giant to record second-quarter results, according to the company’s earnings release on Wednesday.
Apple Inc. is expected to report record revenue Wednesday for the January-to-March quarter because of surging sales of premium iPhones and pandemic-induced buying of its other products.
Apple worked with Parler to bring the conservative-friendly social network "into compliance" with its guidelines.
Earlier this year, the app had been suspended from Apple and Google's app stores and kicked off of Amazon's web-hosting service for its ties to the siege on the U.S. Capitol.
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The iPhone maker has been at loggerheads with Epic Games, the creator of the popular game Fortnite, which last year tried to avoid a 30% fee which Apple charges developers on the App Store by launching its own in-app payment system.
A coalition of more than 100 of the largest businesses in the U.S. chaired by Apple CEO Tim Cook is urging Congress to pass a pair of immigration bills backed by Democrats.
Cook took over as chief executive in 2011, roughly six weeks before Jobs died, and has been leading the company ever since.
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Judge Thomas Hixon cited the seven-hour timeframe for Cook's deposition being "the default rule for how long a witness must suffer being deposed," noting any longer would be "unjustified"
Apple CEO Tim Cook on Thursday took social media companies to tasks for neglecting the social costs of collecting data on its users while ignoring the consequences of extremism and polarization.
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Big Tech came together Wednesday to cheer President Biden's inauguration and his first executive orders as the 46th president of the United States.
Apple has temporarily closed more than two dozen stores in North Carolina, Georgia, and Texas due to COVID-19 spikes.
Apple CEO Tim Cook stood by his company's decision to remove alternative social media platform Parler from the App Store, as Big Tech companies face criticism over censorship after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
As part of its $100 million commitment unveiled this past June to combat racial equality and justice, Apple announced several new initiatives on that front on Wednesday.
In a new interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook said the people who are responsible for the riots at the Capitol last week should be held accountable.