Apple has filed new trademarks that could be related to its rumored mixed-reality (MR) headset, including “Reality One,” “Reality Pro” and “Reality Processor.”
As part of the $95 million settlement in the longstanding AppleCare refurbished device class action lawsuit, payments will soon start going out to eligible customers.
A trademark filing for “RealityOS” spotted ahead of WWDC has sparked speculation Apple will preview its rumored AR/VR headset in June. But will it, indeed?
It's unfortunate that the reported iPad mini jelly scrolling issue cannot be fixed because it's inspired one Colorado resident to file a class-action lawsuit against Apple.
Apple's App Store fee policy is being scrutinized by governments around the world, and now the company indicated that it could collect its commission regardless of whether developers use its own In-App Purchase mechanism or a third-party payments platform.
Apple is taking Israel's NSO Group to court because its Pegasus spyware was used extensively for surveillance and targeting of high-profile iPhone users.
A Russian watchdog is now pursuing a new antitrust investigation into Apple's App Store. It comes after the iPhone maker failed to implement anti-steering rules that would permit developers to inform users of alternative purchase options for in-app payments.
Legal sharks are circling around Apple, investigating reports of unexpected M1 MacBook screen cracks which many affected customers claim occur during normal usage.
Apple and Google are no longer allowed to force developers to exclusively use their own payment system (and consequentially be subjected to service fees), at least in South Korea.
After successfully hiring Google's search and artificial intelligence chief John Giannandrea, now Apple's Senior Vice President of Machine Learning and AI Strategy, the company has failed to lure Ben Gomes, who was Giannandrea’s top search deputy at the time.
There are many app developers out there in the wild that are more than happy to work with Apple, and work within Apple's App Store ecosystem and rules. Even some big companies. However, there are some developers who have run afoul of Apple's review process for apps in one way or another, or take umbrage with the digital storefront's rules. For Kosta Eleftheriou, it's a bit of both.
A consumer group in Europe wants some answers from Apple regarding alleged iPhone battery drain after receiving complaints that iOS 14.5 and other updates slowed down recent iPhones.