For countless years, Apple insisted that their operating system is safer than ones running competing operating systems such as Microsoft Windows or Linux. At the same time, Apple was one of easiest systems to break in (firewall disabled by default) and now, with egos wounded (and legally liable) from Flashback botnet, a change happened.
Apple may be preparing to increase its market share in China by including support for China Mobile's 3G network in their next generation of the popular iPhone.
Apple is changing its tune when it comes to the prevalence of and problems posed by malware on their Mac platforms.
One of the new features of iOS 6 revealed by Apple at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this week is Passbook, an app that stores and intelligently displays tickets and passes, and one that shows particular promise.
After two years, Apple has finally managed to patch the bug behind the famed 'JailbreakMe' exploit. This occurs less than a year after the hacker responsible for discovering the exploit, 'Comex', left jailbreaking for an internship at Apple.
Last Friday, Apple's lawyers were threatening to sic a temporary restraining order on Samsung's Galaxy S III to stop the device from going on sale on June 21, its launch date. Now that is hardly likely to happen.
Analysts have responded predominantly positively to Apple's new software and hardware lineup unveiled at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in Moscone West, San Francisco, but the lack of surprises has caused some concerns.
Apple has announced the Apple Design Award winners at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in Moscone West, San Francisco.
During its WWDC announcements yesterday, Apple made an announcement regarding iOS' voice assistant 'Siri' which, along with many other iOS features, has seen upgrades in iOS 6. According to the company, Siri voice assistance will be added to a number of cars.
Jailbreaker ‘musclenerd’ announced via Twitter that he had jailbroken his A4 iPod touch, running iOS 6 beta. The jailbreak is premature, and tethered. A release should not be expected in the near future.
After Apple's announcement that it would be ditching Google Maps in favour of its own Map app at its keynote WWDC address, TomTom has revealed that the Cupertino, California-based company has signed an agreement to use its maps.
Apple has announced iOS 6, which brings over 200 new features to its popular mobile operating system, including Apple Maps and Facebook integration.
Apple has officially announced OS X Mountain Lion, the ninth major release for its Mac operating system, with new and revamped features inspired by tablet and smartphone computing.
Apple has announced its new lineup of Mac laptop computers, with improved design and beefier specs under the hood.
Apple is to announce new software and hardware at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this week, with iOS 6 top of the agenda.
Ming-Chi Kuo, KGI Securities analyst expressed his belief in a report issued today that Apple will release a thinner, Retina-equipped Mac notebook next week. Kuo is also of the opinion that Apple will discontinue its line of 17-inch MacBook Pro's.
Apple was accused of misleading the Australian public by advertising the iPad as 4G compatible, even though it could not connect to any of the 4G LTE networks in Australia. Apple has agreed to pay about $2.2 million to make amends for it.
Apple is seeking to include Samsung's Galaxy S III smartphone, yet to be released in the U.S., in the litigation against Samsung regarding the Galaxy Nexus they co-developed with Google.
Apple is looking to open new stores in Shenzhen and Chengdu, despite a legal dispute with a Shenzhen-based company over the iPad trademark.
Market research and analysis firm IDC (International Data Research) predicts that Android will peak this year, and that Windows Phone will surpass iOS by 2016. It also forecasts that a market will remain for Blackberry devices, despite their current gloomy status.