So it turns out that when you talk about more than one iPhone, you’ve been saying it wrong this whole time if you’ve been leaning towards “iPhones.”
Apple Maps continues to add new features, and with the latest update, it’s a sweeping feature addition for a range of countries.
When it comes to Apple investors, there probably isn’t a bigger name than Carl Icahn. But those two things won’t be combined any longer.
Apple has made a pretty big reveal today, especially for developers, who wish to allow Apple Music playback in their own apps.
Following a tragic event that caused the death of one Apple employee at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino, California, a statement has been released.
Apple has updated its data for Apple Maps to add transit data for New South Wales in Australia. This will allow iOS users in the region to get the transit data for NSW TrainLink and bus stations right in Apple Maps.
An Indian government panel has approved Apple’s request to be exempted from the local sourcing norms of the country that will allow the Cupertino giant to open its single-brand retail stores in the country.
This morning, reports began to trickle in that police were investigating a dead body found within Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, California.
The latest data from research firm IDC shows that Apple lost 3 percent of the global smartphone market share in Q1, 2016. Apple announced its quarterly earnings earlier today, where it revealed that it shipped 51.2 million smartphones in the first three months of the year — down by 16.3% from the same time last year. Compared to the same time a year ago, the company had shipped 61 million iPhones.