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Snapchat Owner ‘Explored Ways’ Of Violating Apple’s Privacy Rules

Snap, owner of Snapchat, admits it conducted tests into tech that could bypass Apple's privacy controls to track iPhone users

1 week ago

Apple Stock Surge Makes It World’s Most Valuable Company

Apple shares rise 10 percent on blockbuster earnings, propelling it past Saudi Aramco to become world's most valuable listed company…

8 months ago

WWDC 2020: Apple Redesigns Desktop, Mobile Software

Mac desktop gets an iPad-like look, iPhones can now unlock cars and the Apple Watch gets customiseable watch faces, amongst…

10 months ago

Lawsuit Accuses Apple Of Cover Up Over Falling iPhone Sales

Lawsuit filed by Apple shareholders allege that Tim Cook and co fraudulently concealed declining demand for iPhones, especially in China

11 months ago

FBI Criticises Apple For Failing To Help Unlock iPhones

Agency says it had to develop its own tool to access two locked iPhones used by gunman who attacked Pensacola…

11 months ago

Pandemic Drives Foxconn Profits Down Nearly 90 Percent

iPhone manufacturer Foxconn sees profits slump after shuttering China plants for weeks, but expects double-digit revenue jump as restrictions ease

11 months ago

Apple To Delay 2020 iPhone Production Ramp ‘By A Month’

Apple is reportedly putting off full-capacity manufacturing of 5G iPhones by several weeks amidst supply chain disruption and uncertain consumer…

12 months ago

Apple Email Flaw Exposed iPhones To Hacking

A flaw in Apple's Mail app found on iPhones and iPad, has left devices susceptible to sophisticated attacks for years,…

12 months ago

Apple To Settle US iPhone Slowdown Lawsuit

Each user affected by the iPhone slowdown will be paid up to $25, in proposed $500 million litigation settlement in…

1 year ago

Apple Admits Coronavirus Will Impact iPhone Supplies

Coronavirus update. Apple admits it is experiencing “slower return to normal conditions” and warns of iPhone supply shortages

1 year ago

Apple Fined For Deliberately Slowing Old iPhones

France's fraud watchdog imposes $27 million fine on Apple for deliberately slowing down older iPhone models, but also some very…

1 year ago

WhatsApp Stops Working On Millions Of Android, iOS Phones

Phones using Android 2.3.7 'Gingerbread' and earlier or iOS 8 and older are no longer able to run WhatsApp as…

1 year ago

Coronavirus Outbreak May Disrupt iPhone Production – Report

As Apple seeks to ramp up iPhone production by 10 percent in China, deadly coronavirus outbreak may derail this goal…

1 year ago

Google Allows iPhones To Be Used As 2FA Physical Security Key

Update to Google's Smart Lock app for iOS devices means that modern iPhones can be used as a physical security…

1 year ago

Apple ‘Working On Secret Satellite Data Project’

iPhone maker hiring engineers to develop satellite data tech, potentially allowing it to link iPhones direclty to satellite data services

1 year ago

Intel Says Qualcomm Forced It Out Of Smartphone Modem Market

'Brazen' licensing practices allowed Qualcomm to skew market in its own favour, Intel alleges ahead of antitrust appeal set for…

1 year ago

Apple Heads To Court Over £11bn Bill For Back Taxes

EU's General Court to hear appeal against European Commission's record 2016 fine, itself part of a broader crackdown on low…

2 years ago

Apple Hits Back At Google Over iPhone Hack Report

Fight, fight. Google security researchers overstated the level of threat to iPhone users, Apple alleges

2 years ago

Google Reveals Multiple Remote iPhone Flaws

Bugs discovered by Google's Project Zero can be exploited with no user interaction to execute malicious code - with one…

2 years ago

Apple Promises To Be ‘Upfront’ About iPhone Battery Health

Promises UK watchdog that it will be “clearer and more upfront” with iPhone users about battery health

2 years ago

Apple’s £21bn Patent Lawsuit Against Qualcomm Arrives In Court

The row focuses on Qualcomm's lucrative licensing practices for patents and its dominant smartphone modems

2 years ago

Apple Faces FaceTime Security Questions As It Releases Bug Fix

The US House of Representatives queries Apple over its initial delay in addressing the flaw, which allows users to listen…

2 years ago

Apple Rushes To Block iPhone Eavesdropping Bug

The flaw allows FaceTime callers to listen in on recipients' devices, whether the call is accepted or not

2 years ago

Apple Cuts iPhone Production – Report

Ten percent cut in production run for current iPhone handsets over next three months, due to weak demand

2 years ago

Qualcomm Sues To Broaden iPhone Sales Block In China

The smartphone chip giant is reportedly moving to include Apple's latest iPhone models, the XS, XS Max and XR, in…

2 years ago

IT Life: André Stewart, Netskope

André Stewart, head of EMEA for Californian cloud security firm Netskope, talks about using artificial intelligence to fight cybercrime, the…

3 years ago

Apple Coughs Up $600m To Acquire Parts Of Dialog’s Business

Apple pays hundreds of millions of dollars to acquire engineers, patents and offices from one of its British suppliers

3 years ago

High Court Blocks Mass Lawsuit Over Google iPhone Tracking

Judge calls Google's actions 'wrongful', but finds the Google You Owe Us group failed to prove users suffered damage

3 years ago

Qualcomm Accuses Apple Of Stealing Secret Tech

Apple allegedly shared Qualcomm technology with Intel in order to boost its rival chips so that it could ultimately drop…

3 years ago

Apple Sets September Date For Next-Generation iPhone Launch

Apple is expected to unveil the successors to last year's iPhone X, which set trends across the industry

3 years ago