Apple Files Lawsuit Against ‘Pegasus’ Spyware Creator NSO Group for Targeting iPhone Users

Apple Files Lawsuit Against ‘Pegasus’ Spyware Creator NSO Group for Targeting iPhone Users

Apple has filed a lawsuit against the Israeli firm NSO Group and its parent group for targeting and surveillance of iPhone and Mac users with its Pegasus spyware. In a bid to protect its customers from further harm, the company is seeking a permanent injunction to ban NSO Group from using any of its products and services.

TSMC to Mass Produce Apple’s 5G Modem for 2023 iPhone

TSMC to Mass Produce Apple’s 5G Modem for 2023 iPhone

A new Nikkei Asia report details that Apple is “forging a closer partnership” with TSMC to fabricate its 5G modem for 2023 iPhones. Citing four people aware of the matter, the report claims that Apple will be using TSMC’s 4nm node for mass-producing its in-house 5G modem, though it is currently trailing production on the 5nm node.

Two Months After Launch, iPhone 13 Depreciates Lesser Than Any iPhone Model Ever

Two Months After Launch, iPhone 13 Depreciates Lesser Than Any iPhone Model Ever

Research from SellCell shows that two months after its launch, the iPhone 13 range hasn’t depreciated as much as expected. The data from 45 buyback vendors indicate that the iPhone 13 has retained its value better than any other iPhone in the first two months after launch.

iPhone and iPad Shipping Times Slide in Asia Ahead of Christmas

iPhone and iPad Shipping Times Slide in Asia Ahead of Christmas

According to a new report from Nikkei Asia, Apple has been hit by the supply crunch ahead of the critical holiday season. Due to this, it will not be able to deliver new iPads to customers in key Asian markets ahead of Christmas.

Apple Reportedly Teaming Up with Third-Party for Self Service Repair Program

Apple Reportedly Teaming Up with Third-Party for Self Service Repair Program

Last week, Apple announced the Self Service Repair program which will make Apple parts, tools, and manuals available to customers. This would, in turn, help individuals complete their own repairs. Initially, the program will be available to customers in the US starting early 2022 and then expand to other countries. Now, an internal memo procured by MacRumors suggests that the iPhone maker will team up with an undisclosed third-party to operate the repair parts store.

How to Clean and Disinfect AirPods or AirPods Pro Without Damaging Them

How to Clean and Disinfect AirPods or AirPods Pro Without Damaging Them

There’s no denying the fact that the AirPods and the AirPods Pro have turned out to be a massive hit for Apple. Due to their convenience factor, the wireless earbuds have quickly become a must-have iPhone accessory for many. Just like your iPhone though, it is recommended that you clean and disinfect your AirPods or AirPods Pro from time to time to keep them clean and ensure that it is working properly.

Qualcomm’s Exclusivity Deal with Microsoft Could be the Reason Why There’s No Windows for Apple Silicon Macs

Qualcomm’s Exclusivity Deal with Microsoft Could be the Reason Why There’s No Windows for Apple Silicon Macs

According to a report by XDA Developers, Qualcomm and Microsoft might have an exclusivity deal that restricts Windows to Qualcomm ARM chips. However, that is set to expire soon. This could also be the reason why the new Apple Silicon-powered Macs do not officially support Windows. That could change in the future.

Apple and Amazon Slapped with $225M Fine by Italy’s Watchdog for Alleged Collusion

Apple and Amazon Slapped with $225M Fine by Italy’s Watchdog for Alleged Collusion

Apple and Amazon have been collectively handed a fine of over 200 million euros ($225 million) by Italy’s antitrust authority for anti-competitive cooperation related to the sale of Apple and Beats products.

iPhone 13 Delivery Times Improve Ahead of Holiday Season

iPhone 13 Delivery Times Improve Ahead of Holiday Season

According to JP Morgan, iPhone 13 customers would not need to wait as long for the delivery of their new phone, indicative of increased production. Despite this, lead times for the iPhone 13 remain longer than for the iPhone 12.

Apple Watch Continues to Lead Smartwatch Sales despite Stiff Competition from Samsung

Apple Watch Continues to Lead Smartwatch Sales despite Stiff Competition from Samsung

Counterpoint Research’s new report published today shows that the total smartwatch shipments in the third quarter of 2021 were up by 16 percent compared to last year’s third quarter. Apple retained the top spot in terms of the number of units shipped, while Samsung achieved its highest quarterly shipments, coming in second place.