Customers in Austria, Belgium and four other European countries can now use Apple's Emergency SOS via satellite feature as long as they've updated to iOS 16.4.
In the latest service expansion, the number of countries where Apple's Emergency SOS via satellite feature is officially supported has grown to twelve.
Folks in France, Italy and Spain can now sign up for an upgraded AppleCare+ plan to ensure they get a replacement iPhone for a small fee in case of device theft or loss.
Apple's relaunched its $50 gift card promotion for Apple TV purchases in the US and expanded it to more countries, including Germany, France and the United Kingdom.
The overhauled Apple gift card that made its US debut back in June of 2010 is now available in some of Europe's biggest regions, including Germany, Italy and France.
Updating your Apple wireless speaker to software version 15.3 will let you set up HomePod multiuser with Siri voice recognition in additional countries and languages.
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.
Ahead of the grand opening tomorrow, Friday 27, at 10am local time, Apple has invited selected Italian journalists for a preview of its brand-new retail store located on Rome's Via del Corso.
The Italian watchdog has opened its third antitrust inquiry into the iPhone maker, focusing on the Cupertino company's cloud computing services.
Following partial or complete Apple store reopenings in places like China, South Korea, Australia, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and the United States, the Cupertino giant is next scheduled to reopen ten of the seventeen stores that it operates in Italy, beginning May 19, which was the hardest-hit European country in terms of the coronavirus epidemic.
"Today at Apple" sessions held by all of Apple's seventeen retail stores across Italy have been officially canceled do to the nationwide coronavirus COVID-19 crisis.
Apple will be temporarily shutting down its retail store located in the province of Bergamo in Italy. According to SetteBit, Apple is acting on orders from the Italian government which has experienced the worst spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus in Europe so far.