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Apple has released the second version of its iOS 10.3 beta for developers, along with new watchOS 3.2 and tvOS 10.2 builds.
Apple has argued that the banking consortium requesting access to iPhone NFC technology is fundamentally about avoiding the fees charged by the iPhone maker, not about healthy competition.
Indian minister confirms Apple's plans to begin making iPhones at a new plant in Bangalore, with operations reportedly commencing as early as April.
With the addition of GPS in the Apple Watch, the potential to leave the phone behind on a run was offered. It wasn't until this latest Runkeeper update that I was able to do so and replace my GPS sports watch.
While Windows 10 Mobile continues to plummet to the bottom of the mobile market, Microsoft continues to show that software and services are the way to achieve success in the mobile market on iOS and Android smartphones.
Amazon Fire tablets fared well in the fourth quarter, but others struggled. Is the tablet market irrelevant?
In the short term it's about controlling the hardware ecosystem. In the long term it's about the survival of the Mac.
Apple's smartwatch has had its best quarter ever, but that doesn't mean these devices will take over the world.
Apple CEO Tim Cook might be bullish about the future of the iPad, but the numbers suggest that "peak iPad" was three years ago, and nothing Apple has done is changing that.
The two smartphone makers accounted for 18.2 percent of global market, spending US$61.7 billion on semiconductors last year, with Samsung leading the market as top design total available market company.
Following a recent purge of broken iOS apps, Apple may be gearing up to drop support for 32-bit apps.
Apple CEO Tim Cook is eager to assure investors that there's plenty of life left in the iPhone. And why not, given that Android users are switching to iPhone in record numbers.
Apple recaptured its lead over Samsung in the fourth quarter after the Note 7's failure, according to Strategy Analytics, while global smartphone shipments grew 3 percent over the previous year to move a record 1.49 billion units.
Apple did a lot more than smash its previous iPhone sales record. But despite the silver linings, a dark cloud is looming.
Apple sold 78.29 million iPhones in Q1, which is up 5 percent year over year.
LG's new 5K replacement for Apple's now discontinued Thunderbolt display is buggy and suffers from a number of showstopping issues.
Later today Apple will unveil its 1Q17 financial report, and while most eyes will be on iPhone sales, there are far more important metrics you should be keeping an eye on.
Your Apple Watch can soon go dark, and Siri is about to gain new capabilities.
Buyers of used iPhones can no longer check online whether a device is locked to another account before purchasing it.
For the 2016 financial year, the local arm of the Californian giant posted AU$3.7 million in profit, down from its 2015 AU$123 million total.