Apple Pencil features like turning your handwriting into typed text and interactive links with data detectors are now available more broadly with support for five new languages.
A German antitrust watchdog has launched an investigation into Apple's business practices in the country, including whether the Cupertino giant has exploited its market dominance.
According to user reports, the new Apple Watch Series 6 and Apple Watch SE models may display disproportionately incorrect altitude readings in certain weather conditions, which is most probably a bug that we expect to be fixed in a future update to the watchOS 7 software.
Holders of Sparkasse's popular Giro debit card in Germany, also known as the Sparkassen-Card, cano now add there card to the Wallet app and use it for Apple Pay.
According to local reports, Apple will begin reopening all of the fifteen brick-and-mortar stores it operates in Germany, an 83 million people market, next Monday, May 11.
Apple Pay launched in Germany last December with support for a bunch of local banks and financial institutions, save Volksbank Raiffeisenbank. As of today, however, the mobile payment service officially supports Volksbank Raiffeisenbank customers in the country.
Apple Maps now offers transit directions in major cities across France, Spain, Germany and possibly a few other European countries.
Apple Pay in Germany is now available at two more banks, Sparkasse and Commerzbank.
Apple's mobile payment service is now more widely available in Europe with support from new banks and financial institutions in Austria, Germany and the Netherlands.
New Apple billboards were spotted this morning in major German cities of Hamburg and Berlin, promoting the importance of iPhone user privacy and data protection.
Apple's expectedly pulled the iPhone 7 and 8 models from sale in Germany following a legal spat with chip maker Qualcomm, which proved in court that Apple violated its hardware patent.
After China's iPhone injunction, Qualcomm has recently secured another sales ban, this one in Germany, and now the chip maker has put aside €1.34 billion, or approximately $1.5 billion, in security bonds which are required to enforce German ruling.