The newest Apple Maps features, such as improved navigation, Look Around, Share ETA, richer maps and other perks, are now available to customers in Australia.
An improved Apple Maps experience is now available in Australia following recent launches of richer and enhanced mapping and navigation data in Andorra, Italy, Portugal and Spain.
An AirTag safety warning issued in Australia advises parents to keep Apple's personal item tracker away from children due to its easy-to-access battery posing a choking hazard.
Apple's irregular heart rhythm notification feature on the Apple Watch has received approval from the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods, according to official documents.
Apple's guidelines for app submissions, as well as its App Store and the fact that the company doubles as a mobile softer platform provider and a virtual store operator, are now being scrutinized by Australia's regulators, according to a new report Tuesday.
Apple fans in Canada, Australia and Japan now have the option to pay for extended AppleCare+ warranty coverage for their iPhone, iPad or Apple Watch devices on a monthly basis, should they choose to do so, rather than pay upfront for the entire period with a discount.
Apple has acknowledged that it will be reopening a bunch of company-owned brick-and-mortar locations in Australia, a 25 million people market, on Thursday, May 7, 2020.
Westpac, Australia's second-largest bank and the final of the country's "big four" bank, has officially enabled support for Apple Pay today after ANZ, the Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank implemented Apple's mobile payment system a few years ago.
Apple Music is now available on Amazon Echo and Fire TV devices and Sonos speakers sold in Australia and New Zealand, allowing customers to request a song through Alexa.
Apple Friday denied the details of yesterday's report that an Australian schoolboy broke into its servers last year, downloaded 90GB of data and accessed customer accounts.
When he was just 16 years old, a young Australian boy has managed to repeatedly break into Apple's servers and download about 90GB of “secure files”. Additionally, he reportedly accessed customer accounts and successfully obtained “authorized keys” as part of his offending.
After receiving complaints about the “Error 53” issue which bricked some iPhones and iPads repaired by a third-party, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has fined Apple $9 million for misleading Aussie customers about the issue.