Apple had a lot to say in its big September event, but the things it didn't say are just as important.
Stories by Jason Cross
According to a report from 9to5Mac, citing sources familiar with the matter, Apple is internally testing a new display that will have an Apple SoC inside.
Apple’s built-in Safari browser may be the most popular among Mac users, but Google’s nearly ubiquitous Chrome is not far behind.
As the release of iOS 14 draws near, Apple is clarifying what developers can and can not do in their apps.
At TSMC’s annual Technology Symposium, the company revealed some of the first details of its future chip technology.
After more than 30 years at Apple, Phil Schiller is transitioning his role from senior vice president of Worldwide Marketing to Apple Fellow.
Apple has unveiled an ambitious plan to make its entire business carbon neutral by 2030.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has released an open letter to address the current unrest due to the killing of George Floyd.
Björn Ruytenberg recently detailed a series of security vulnerabilities in Thunderbolt 2 and Thunderbolt 3, collectively called 'Thunderspy'.
Over a year ago, I argued that Apple should replace Intel with AMD in its Mac lineup. Today, the choice seems even clearer.
Augmented reality is the next big thing. At least, that’s what Tim Cook believes, and he’s not alone.
Google’s report created a false impression among users that their devices were compromised, Apple says.
The billion-dollar deal provides a huge boost to Apple's wireless patent portfolio, and shifts over 2,000 Intel employees to Apple.
A transition to ARM for macOS will take years. While that’s going on, Apple should kick Intel to the curb and go all-in with AMD.
The company's stance on privacy is at odds with the way the biggest search engines operate. Maybe there's a better way.