Apple has admitted to flaws in keyboard design and said that the issue made letters or characters repeat unexpectedly or do not appear and key(s) feel “sticky” or do not respond in a consistent manner.
The AirPower charger is more advanced than the current competition because it includes a custom chip running a stripped down version of iOS.
Apple wants the US patent office to cancel four Qualcomm patents, saying they don’t cover new ideas.
Apple is ramping up its content spending toward $4 billion in the next year from a current pace below $1 billion as part of an attempt to launch its own streaming entertainment service.
The suit accuses Apple of thwarting competition by approving apps only if the developer agrees to let them be distributed exclusively through the App Store.
The approach developed by Apple and RapidSOS sends location data from an iPhone to a “clearinghouse” accessible to emergency calling centers.
Apple’s long-awaited video streaming service could be cheaper than Netflix, according to a report from Recode.
iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone 8 and iPhone 7 Plus are available with zero down payment EMIs, plus get additional 5 percent cashback.
Apple is expecting its LCD iPhone models to make up majority of iPhone sales this year.
Qualcomm, Apple legal dispute begins; the San Diego chipmaker seeks ban over Intel-based iPhone imports in the US
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Apple framed its decision to tighten iPhone security even further as part of its crusade to protect the highly personal information that its customers store on their phones.
The deal hasn’t closed and could still fall apart, but the talks mark a new level of ambition for Apple’s plan to take on Netflix Inc, Google and Amazon.com Inc in the booming online video market.
Apple has announced that it will update its iOS software to block hacking tools which are used by police, law enforcement and others, to gain access to its iPhones
The company told Reuters it was aiming to protect customers in countries where police seize phones at will and all users from the risk that the attack technique will leak to spies and criminals.