Here are all the major updates you should know about.
Pre-orders begin Friday with availability beginning Sept. 16 and Oct. 7 for the iPhone 14 Plus
The newest Apple software update mainly addresses two security vulnerabilities that could impact the device’s central operating system and browser engine that powers Safari.
The Apple vote is the latest in a growing push across the U.S. in tech, retail and service industries to organize for greater workplace protection
Officials with Major League Soccer announced on Tuesday a long-term deal to air all of its matches on Apple TV, starting next season.
In 50 cases in 8 months women received a notification that they were being tracked via Apple AirTags without their knowledge
The iOS 16 software update won’t be available for free to all users until this fall, according to Apple.
The Amber Alert came across the AirPods so loud that it ripped open the boy's ear drum, causing permanent hearing loss, the lawsuit states.
Parents from Texas are suing Apple for negligence after their son experienced permanent hearing loss allegedly caused by a loud Amber Alert notification on his AirPods.
It was a product that some say helped revive Apple's fortunes, and now, over 20 years since its launch, officials with Apple have discontinued the last product that carries the 'iPod' moniker. Here's what you should know about the once-iconic music player.
Forget passwords. A new, faster and more secure sign-in method is expected to be available across major tech platforms over the course of the coming year.
Apple’s Self Service Repair Store lets customers buy parts and tools to fix their own iPhones amid a growing "right to repair" movement.
The former Apple employee defrauded the tech giant out of more than $10 million by taking kickbacks, stealing equipment and laundering money, authorities said.
The products will be available beginning March 18.
While Apple acknowledged that incidents of AirTag misuse are "rare," the company has been working with law enforcement to track down and charge perpetrators who engage in unwanted tracking.
Police in Hermosa Beach got an emergency 911 call from an Apple Watch notifying them that the "owner of this watch has taken a hard fall." They found the man unconscious lying in the roadway, bleeding profusely from his head.
The function identifies the top portion of a user’s face in order to unlock a device, making it potentially less secure which is why Apple is allowing consumers to opt-in or out to use it.
Law enforcement officers in New Jersey are being warned about criminals possibly using Apple AirTags to track them.
An Apple Air Tag is priced at four for $100 right now. You can stick them anywhere – attaching by Bluetooth to a phone to track, whatever they’re stuck on.
Apple is letting some iPhone users fix their own phones, a sharp turnaround for a company that has long prohibited anyone except Apple-approved technicians from fiddling with its proprietary parts and software.