Apple, like other device makers, issues software updates all the time, but the latest one may be more critical than most.
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Apple has updated its software for iPhones to address a critical vulnerability that independent researchers say has been exploited by notorious surveillance software to spy on a Saudi activist.
If you thought Apple computers were expensive, you haven't seen what their manuals go for.
A new Senate bill targeting US app stores seeks to rein in the power of tech giants such as Apple and Google by banning restrictions on app developers.
In his first-ever court appearance, Tim Cook sought to defend Apple from allegations that it abuses its market power by touting it as a principled company with an obsessive focus on users.
Apple unveiled a slew of new products at its annual Spring launch on Tuesday, but waited until after the event to announce big changes coming to software for iPhones and iPads "next week."
Apple's Siri will soon stop defaulting to a female-sounding voice.
Apple removed Parler, the alternative social media platform popular with conservatives, from its app store on Saturday. "[T]here is no place on our platform for threats of violence and illegal activity," the iPhone maker said.
Apple has agreed to pay millions of dollars to 34 states over its controversial previous practice of deliberately slowing down older iPhones to extend their battery life.